Prepositions after "encroach"
"encroach on" or "encroach upon"?
|In 50% of cases encroach on is used|
|They encroach on the rights of others.|
|The Poachers happily take down tresspassing Hunters if they encroach on their territory.|
|In the spirit of free speech, James Delingpole lists the ways in which PC has encroached on our lives.|
|This practice according to him encroaches on a citizen's right to express his or her own opinion and should be put to a stop.|
|This totally encroaches on the civil liberties; pursuit of happiness, and right to earn a living for all the senior residents.|
|The assertion by animal protectionists that these conflicts are our fault because we encroached on wildlife habitat is only half the story.|
|But this does require that I ink far to near, so I can erase the end of a line without encroaching on another line that should come in front.|
|His stewards have given us positive directions not to encroach on his property, and we have no alternative but this old ditch; here is where we bury our paupers.|
|Religion has no special place of privilege and, therefore, is not permitted to encroach on secular spaces or on the rights of others under the of freedom of religion.|
|We watched some videos that showed how black bears in Canada have been found in restaurants and garbage dumps, because humans have been encroaching on their habitat.|
|In 31% of cases encroach upon is used|
|And now Garzon encroached upon Henry Kissinger.|
|We ought to love our friends, but without encroaching upon the love of God, which must always be first.|
|Atlas Shrugged depicts a dystopian United States in which the government encroaches upon personal freedoms.|
|But there are those who believe that celebrities can still live a normal life without being encroached upon.|
|Those who believe in free speech would do well to remember this, as increasingly subtle forms of regulation encroach upon the internet.|
|In 13% of cases encroach into is used|
|You should not also implement and you know, ensure the laws of the land encroach into private.|
|Other than that, I say, all over the world Muslims use the country's law to encroach into Others ' area.|
|That's why the Valve began to encroach into the realm of open source and pulled out his game for Linux Gamers.|
|You must always use hikmah, so yes, I will say here, we have limitation, but certainly it should not be encroached into public space.|
|Town Belt How will these proposed improvements affect the Town Belt? To accommodate the widening of Ruahine Street the road will need to encroach into the Town Belt.|
|We are proposing to encroach into the Town Belt because the alternative would be to remove a large number of residential properties on the eastern side of Ruahine Street.|
|In 2% of cases encroach from is used|
|Riaboy's thoughts raced, incoherent, as panic encroached from the fringes of his mind.|
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