Prepositions after "designate"

"designate by" or "designate as"?

Word Frequency
In Top 1000 words

    In 41% of cases designate by is used
    This theme is designated by the learners.
    The Somali group, which was designated by the U.
    The work of this period is the reason that Catania's historic center was designated by UNESCO.
    In addition, you must be examined by the physician designated by your employer, if so requested.
    Requests to have peace officers designated by the Minister should be made by the Chief of the police service.
    Rural areas are designated by census as those areas that do not lie inside an urbanized area or urban cluster.
    Find the list of doctors in your country that have been designated by Citizenship and Immigration Canada, and are.
    He used the same holy places designated by the Druids of Ireland to establish his Christian churches and holy places.
    In either case, the youngster must be accompanied by a parent, guardian or other adult designated by the parent or guardian.
    A corporation may maintain a branch securities register at any place designated by the directors, whether in Manitoba or not.

    In 27% of cases designate as is used
    Links purchased for advertising should be designated as such.
    For mailing purposes, one person must be designated as the primary contact.
    In 2012 he was designated as the holder of the UNESCO Chair in Comparative Education.
    In Sanskrit these four functions are designated as Manas, Buddhi, Ahamkara and Chitta.
    Figure 4-6 shows, schematically, the spawning and merging of a Subjob, designated as P.
    His papers were kept in the Library of Congress, with Kissinger designated as the gatekeeper.
    It is a world-renowned archaeological site and was designated as a World Heritage Site in 1979.
    Each span-reference-area has one or more reference-area children, designated as **27;12022;TOOLONG.
    In almost every school, there is an office conspicuously designated as the office of moral education.
    In January it was reported that March and April had been designated as the time for an attack on South Korea.

    In 17% of cases designate for is used
    That doesn't mind if you outgrow the space that it's designated for you.
    Make a schedule for yourself and work during the time you designate for work.
    Banks are not designated for import of wheat which is directly handled by the Ministry of Food.
    The bulk of the rest, according to church officials, is designated for the church's building fund.
    When on the road, bikes are vehicles, and a lane designated for them is, therefore, a vehicle travel lane.
    Thus the edges designated for the content-rectangle may not correspond to the same-named edges on the padding-, border-, and allocation-rectangles.
    Of course if it is possible to lie to people and use taxes designated for Social Security for other purposes, then there can be more money for Samuelson's agenda.
    Since A uses minInclusive and maxInclusive, the value designated for the Unit Price element is 3500 or greater and 4500 or less, which does not meet the required conditions.
    The research reveals that annual funding designated for this group has been rising steadily, from $10 million in 2003 to $29 million in 2010 and that education is a top funding priority.
    Answer B uses minExclusive and maxExclusive, which means that the value designated for the Unit Price element is greater than 3500 and less than 4500, contrary to the requirements defined.

    In 6% of cases designate in is used
    Persons designated in writing for the purposes of section 185 C.
    Whatever their merits or otherwise, they can not reasonably be designated in this way.
    Request the taxi deliver you to the hotel designated in your placement details/pre-departure information.
    A model group (what designates the order of occurrence for the child element) is designated in the child element.
    The insured shall have the right to change the beneficiary he designated in the policy, unless he has expressly waived this right in said policy.
    It had originally been designated as a wildlife sanctuary in 1900, and, along with Wilpattu it was one of the first two national parks in Sri Lanka, having been designated in 1938.

    In 3% of cases designate to is used
    There are thirty eight (38) computers in both libraries and these are designated to library use only.

    In 1% of cases designate plus is used
    TIP: You could need them to go do the things that you have designated plus they need to make little videos of it.

    In 1% of cases designate pursuant is used
    The notification shall also include an identification of the responsible employee designated pursuant to 104.

    In 1% of cases designate with is used
    Later that year they released one of their only albums not designated with a Roman numeral and called it Hot Streets.
    PS may, but is not obligated to, review any Code to determine whether such Code is designated with the correct license, and GROU.

Use Linguix everywhere you write

Be productive and efficient, no matter where and what you write!

Linguix Apps

Get audience-specific corrections, access statistics, and view readability scores.

Browser Extensions

Get your writing checked on millions of websites, including Gmail, Facebook, and Google Docs.

Linguix Keyboard

Make your content read and look better on mobile.

MS Office add-ins

Download Linguix for Microsoft Word and Microsoft Outlook to check grammar, punctuation, and style instantly right in your documents.

This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy