Prepositions after "compel"
"compel by" or "compel to"?
|In 44% of cases compel by is used|
|For most vegans they feel compelled by a mixture of all of these reasons.|
|Any mateship they shared was compelled by criminality and hallmarked by a distinct lack of trust.|
|Choose which you will: whether it was compelled by necessity to love darkness, or seduced by free will.|
|People in some districts were compelled by the Spanish authorities to grow coffee and tobacco for the colonial government.|
|If most people are compelled by law to be only neutral bystanders in a war between themselves and barbarism, barbarism wins.|
|After the death of the 3rd Caliph Osman, Husain? s father Ali(AS) was compelled by the people of Madinah overwhelmingly to take the reigns of power.|
|Take away the demos and you are left only with the ' kratos ' - a state that must compel by force of law what it can not ask in the name of patriotism.|
|You feel compelled by something inside, something that grows a little more with every article, debate, comment, campaign ad or reference to something Scottish.|
|The bookseller's self-censorship, compelled by the State, would be a censorship affecting the whole public, hardly less virulent for being privately administered.|
|In practical terms, however, US foreign policies in the region are compelled by the Middle East's own dynamics and the US ' own political climate, economic woes, or ambitions.|
|In 30% of cases compel to is used|
|Right to compel to any act of duty 61.|
|It's a tough choice but nevertheless one does what he/she wants to do and not what he/she is compelled to.|
|You should be careful with that -- values can be as fallacious and misleading as they are compelling to whoever holds them.|
|I think the Rose and Amy arcs are in that latter category - you can read them as Hero's Journey stories, but you're hardly compelled to.|
|Her kings are never compelled to war, that we can hear of, by public principles, by national glory, still less by the love of their people.|
|The stories of these ' superhumans ', as dubbed by channel 4, tugs on your heart strings and you can't help but feel drawn and compelled to them.|
|In 6% of cases compel in is used|
|It also reviews the illustrious career of one of the pioneers in sleep research, compelling in its own right.|
|It's a stripped down collection of songs that are raw and to the point, and the last two tracks of the five are compelling in my view,.|
|In 4% of cases compel for is used|
|They want to make sure that their attractions remain compelling for visitors, ' added Mr Iswaran, who is also Second Minister for Home Affairs and Second Minister for Trade and Industry.|
|In 4% of cases compel with is used|
|It manages to be genuinely disturbing and compelling with none of the sensationalism you might expect from an adaptation of a.|
|In 2% of cases compel as is used|
|Because chances are they wo n't, unless you make your instructions as clear and compelling as a drill sergeant's marching orders.|
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