Prepositions after "clamor"
clamor for, at, by or over?
|In 84% of cases clamor for is used|
|The people, especially the merchant class, clamored for a say in the government.|
|I hear people clamoring for width every week, but as usual, the vast majority of Chelsea's attack was beginning out wide.|
|Still, protests have emerged against King Abdullah II's rule, as some Jordanians clamor for a more representative political system.|
|Yet here in Washington, the concept of the user fee is consistently weakened by special interest groups clamoring for more diversion.|
|For years, as others clamored for scalps after the global financial crisis, Preet resisted the temptation of a sloppy kill and instead waited for the facts.|
|You often see the same argument in regard to the Third World, where populations are supposedly clamoring for the exact model of development favored by the U.|
|It is probably nothing more than this: Big, powerful industrial stakeholders clamored for NASA's dollars and won out over a nerdy group of planetary scientists.|
|If those rumors turn out to be groundless, it likely won't be long before China is producing carriers on its own as Chinese shipbuilders are already clamoring for the chance.|
|Fortunately for Leo, his adventure in Congo happened to coincide with the advent of the automobile, which meant that manufacturers were clamoring for Congo's plentiful supply of rubber.|
|In 8% of cases clamor at is used|
|When walkers clamor at the stairwell door, he snaps out of his daze and resumes his task: Using his belt to try to reel in a hacksaw lying just out of reach.|
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