Prepositions after "brace"
brace for, against, up or after?
|In 82% of cases brace for is used|
|We braced for back to school, unpacked, moved furniture, guided children through new routines.|
|The Pacific Northwest is the other region of the country bracing for weather troubles in the coming week.|
|Hatem Ali, the director of the series, said his team braced for controversy before the first episode was aired.|
|The All Blacks will brace for some similar dirty tactics if comments from monstrous Boks lock Andries Bekker were any gauge.|
|I would dearly like to purchase some of your lemon braces for my daughters boyfriend, who is a citrus grower in Gayndah, Queensland.|
|Kentucky In October, Kentucky braced for an active fire season based on the abundance of wildfire fuels coupled with dry conditions.|
|NATO, leading a force of 16,000 troops in Kosovo, is now braced for violence if frustrated Albanians lose patience and take matters into their own hands.|
|Houston confesses he's been braced for the inevitable backlash, which has come from refugee advocates and their many allies in the law and health professions.|
|However, since everyone is bracing for one of the most challenging elections in Malaysia's electoral history, it is unlikely that they would want to rock the boat.|
|In 8% of cases brace up is used|
|Even in the face of death, the policemen braced up to the challenge and fought like gallant men.|
|It is in this regard that one must praise the courage of President Jonathan to brace up to the challenge of proposing a comprehensive transformation of the petroleum sector.|
|In 3% of cases brace after is used|
|Make all motorists and passengers wear full face helmets and neck braces after all more drivers suffer head and neck trauma than cyclists.|
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