Prepositions after "desist"
desist from, in or at?
|In 89% of cases desist from is used|
|I shall desist from calling coffeetalk a troll going forward.|
|This is the only way to make him desist from so bold, not to say rash, an undertaking.|
|Al-Ghazali believed that an oppressive Khalifa must be told to desist from his crimes.|
|I am proclaiming a Fatwa here to all the Muslims to desist from the Kashmiri militancy.|
|You should therefore desist from this immediately and make tawbah (repent) for what has past.|
|It is impossible for us to desist from working for the noble cause to which philosophy awakens us.|
|I strongly recommend that we desist from our own knowledge and join in with the company of scholars.|
|We appeal to campaigning parties to desist from utilizing deceptive tactics in order to secure voter.|
|Luo Council of Elders chairman Willis Otondi urged community elders to desist from fanning ethnic tensions.|
|A timely word of caution is useful: There is no guarantee of success that desisting from questioning the.|
|In 7% of cases desist in is used|
|Sema says SAMWU has received an undertaking from the South African Local Government Association to desist in local government's use of labour brokers and sub-contractors.|
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