Prepositions after "bolster"
bolster by, in, after, at or from?
|In 82% of cases bolster by is used|
|The campaign would be seriously bolstered by your support.|
|This prime role is bolstered by the televising of Parliamentary proceedings which began in November 1989.|
|The complexity and prevalence of security threats continue to grow, bolstered by consumer IT and mobility.|
|My feeling about all of this is really based in my New Testament reading, bolstered by other LDS resources.|
|British PM Anthony Eden, bolstered by his Tory backwoodsmen, hankered to restore the fortunes of the British empire.|
|Since that catastrophe, the city's levee system has been bolstered by $14 billion in federal repairs and improvements.|
|It was bolstered by the government bussing people in, but yes I'd agree that Gaddafi still maintains some support in the country.|
|This is bolstered by a 55 percent waste diversion rate on campus, as well as a flawless 100 percent composting rate for landscaping waste.|
|The medium-term prospects of the left in Scandinavia, France and Germany are bolstered by socialist organisations -- the ones the Britain currently lacks.|
|Of their nearest rivals, Meath are bolstered by All-Ireland tradition but undermined by myriad problems and once again they're searching for the next Sean Boylan.|
|In 3% of cases bolster at is used|
|Numbers were bolstered at the last minute after several National MPs offered initial support so it can now be considered by a select committee which will hear from the public.|
|In 3% of cases bolster from is used|
|For Glossop, however, too many passes were going astray, and the midfield needed to be bolstered from the bench.|
|In 3% of cases bolster with is used|
|It is not a neat, theological investigation which we can bolster with Christian arguments; it is a deep and painful personal reality that required the tearing of one? s skin and flesh.|
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