Prepositions after "deter"
"deter by" or "deter from"?
|In 52% of cases deter by is used|
|Tour buses are deterred by the gradient.|
|Nor are they deterred by the complexity of what they set out to achieve.|
|Manchester City wouldn't be deterred by a relative bargain at 60 million.|
|I am sure the Prophet is not and will never be deterred by these misguided Nigerians.|
|But this is about innovating and establishing new companies (which is not deterred by outsourcing).|
|It is still desirable but to a different group of thieving criminals who I hope will be deterred by the bike's security.|
|Such criticism can not, in my opinion, be muzzled or deterred by the courts at the instance of public officials under the label of libel.|
|Nevertheless, I am not going to be deterred by this small setbacks especially when we (me and my family) could see the balloons right here in the car.|
|That said, the band didn't seem to be deterred by the smaller turnout, putting on a performance that was even better than their initial foray into the T-Dot.|
|Huma Yusuf But with Ramadan approaching, and users increasingly willing to dole out for religious content, SMS spammers are unlikely to be deterred by the P.|
|In 33% of cases deter from is used|
|Others would be deterred from following the way of Christ.|
|Most of the construction is at a halt but it deters from what was intended.|
|Particularly, in agriculture, small farmers are deterred from adopting new cultivation practices on account of this reason.|
|There are many babies joining the ranks but we must learn to designate, so we are not deterred from the calling of His heart.|
|Will not be deterred from utilizing an internet hosting Robert Griffin III Jersey services that uses customer service agencies in an overseas land.|
|LARIAH research in particular found that users expect very high standards of resource content and interfaces, and are easily deterred from using digital resources.|
|I don't think it's the be all and end all, people don't get deterred from setting up a mutual because of the tax treatment, it's much more cultural and behavioural.|
|In 3% of cases deter as is used|
|Concerning atomic showdown and moreover would not be deterred as a result of associated risk psoriasis.|
|In 2% of cases deter away is used|
|The only other focus that will deter away from them will be the situation Avram Grant and his side are facing at West Ham at the moment.|
|In 2% of cases deter near is used|
|There is no doubt that this field is greatly talented, but the weather at these Olympics will likely deter near world record times.|
|In 2% of cases deter through is used|
|It is less successful against criminal groups or extremists who can not be readily traced, let alone deterred through sanctions or military action.|
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