Prepositions after "cull"
cull from, in, by, through or on?
|In 62% of cases cull from is used|
|culled from a soon to be released book, The Lost Manuals.|
|FBI leads were then culled from that case file, sources said.|
|This article is culled from daily press coverage from around the world.|
|He deploys information culled from an FOI request to Oxford and Cambridge.|
|In all I gathered over two thousand shots culled from all kinds of programmes.|
|The pursuing is culled from his 2003 induction in to the Texas Tennis Hall of Fame.|
|Email culled from that period would doubtless have painted him in a very dark light.|
|I once read an advice column in a local magazine (not Summit! ), and all the answers were culled from various websites.|
|Included are rare performances and outtakes (culled from the Columbia Records archives ), footage, and interviews with him.|
|The text was culled from more than 50 conversations with men and was mixed with a soundtrack by Jocelyn Pook (long-standing composer-collaborator with DV8).|
|In 12% of cases cull in is used|
|Australia, Canada, China, S Africa, Turkey and USA had been overrepresented, and were culled in specific events.|
|In 9% of cases cull by is used|
|I fear your negativity would have marked you as a herd straggler and you your genes would have been culled by natural/economic selection.|
|In 6% of cases cull through is used|
|We've culled through hundreds (fun job) and these are our favorites.|
|Andy, as an Infocom fan to this day, I can say I am appreciative of the work it must have taken to cull through the Infocom Drive to pull this material together.|
|In 3% of cases cull on is used|
|Following Monday's decision to cull more than 33,000 birds (chicken, duck and emu) at the unit, 19,154 chickens were culled on Tuesday.|
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