Prepositions after "hear"

"hear of", "hear from" or "hear about"?

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    In 32% of cases hear of is used
    We've heard of other incidents.
    No one ever heard of this film.
    It's always great to hear of our.
    She's got a weird-sounding name, not many people have heard of her, but she's got huge.
    Has anyone else heard of this or seen photos will be interesting once i get the photos.
    However, her cousins and her brother rushed to the site when they heard of the tragedy.
    Most probably you had never heard of SCA but you must have used some of their products, they have hundreds of brands.
    During the time in the experience, I learnt about YSA (which I hadn't heard of previously ), and am now joining them.
    All the same I'd be interested to hear of any Slow-Cycling club already existing in the south-east quarter of England.

    In 27% of cases hear about is used
    Tom, sorry to hear about Wally.
    Very sorry to hear about Wally.
    I heard about the dentist also.
    He's spearheaded a lot of different projects, including 614, which you'll hear about.
    We definitely won't hear about all the child soldiers killed in the process, however.
    Hope this debate is concluded here and we won't hear about the ' water kit ' anymore.
    Many of them apply to almost everything you do in life, but online business is what people signed up to hear about.
    The customer had heard about a need for help in Haiti and a woman, Margarette, trying to start an orphanage there.
    The embryonic stem cells used in the study were a different kind of stem cell than we are used to hearing about.
    We have all heard about people dying in wars and other countries, but it usually does not disturb our conscience,.

    In 21% of cases hear from is used
    Nice to hear from you, Jillian.
    I haven't heard from her since.
    While we waited to hear from Mr.
    You would not believe the bluffing I have heard from people I have dealt with in FAS.
    I ignored that and have never heard from them again and it's been over two years now.
    Having heard from them before I told them to e-mail me about the problem and hung up.
    I've heard from people who went to school with her that SHE was one of the mean popular girls (pretty, rich family.
    While there are opponents to such a project in Joliet, Thanas said he also has heard from people who like the idea.
    I heard from a friend that Spielberg has the largest gun collection in CA, and remember he did Saving Private Ryan.
    Except this 4-year-old was built like a military vehicle and had a voice that could be heard from a kilometer away.

    In 7% of cases hear in is used
    Owls have been heard in the area too.
    They were supposed to be heard in August.
    All I hear in post after post is sour grapes.
    These were some of the most heartfelt, moving stories I've heard in a business context.
    In the process he allowed time and space for a dissenting view rarely heard in Jamaica.
    Their appeals were supposed to have been heard in February this year, eight months ago.
    At least someone told the other side of the story we were unable to hear in loudness of BJP and Team anna's war cries.
    These people have been trying for decades to get their case heard in courts here and, finally, this has been allowed.
    Though it is today fashionable to talk about the voice of the victim being heard in court, that process must have limits.
    You, the fan, are able to let your opinion be heard in an open forum by commenting and participating in live game threads.

    In 4% of cases hear on is used
    But if you hear on Fox all of time that the.
    The hearing on the motion is today at 1:30 p.
    This message must be read in every newspaper, heard on every radio, seen on every television.
    It will still be heard on radio from the collections of other stations, notably Irie and RJR.
    I urge you then to share your experiences then if you fear not being represented or heard on TC.
    Jim is very much in demand as a session musician, and his playing can be heard on a wide range of current record releases.
    Some of the few words of opposition to be heard on polling day came from the semi-autonomous Kurdish regions in the north.
    The song became a dancehall sensation and could be heard on all local radio stations, car stereos and in dancehall sessions.
    Russell Broadwell, Scott's father, confirmed to The News that he, too, was astonished by the news he first heard on TV Friday.

    In 2% of cases hear by is used
    I first heard by a mobile call from my fiancee.
    We are told what we want to hear by these people.
    Firstly, she asked to have her confession heard by Cranmer.
    As it is, Bush's framing of the situation is the only perspective heard by most Americans.
    Many criminal cases -- and almost all civil ones -- are heard by a judge sitting without a jury.
    He talked about the government's stance in the NRO implementation case being heard by the Supreme Court.
    EVER!!!!!! When someone suggests that you should take another day off work, your reply can only be heard by the dogs.
    Here, Image Theatre is used to compare critically two related contents -- that told by the one and heard by the other.
    To avoid being heard by Anwar, Rahim Noor without making a sound, hit the corner of Anwar? s left eye with a hard punch.

    In 1% of cases hear at is used
    Infectious music can be heard at every street corner.
    You cant post stuff here that you heard at the bar or Mc donalds.
    The figures are worse than we heard at the beginning of the meeting.
    If your cases were heard at different locations, you will need a new form for each court.
    The case had been heard at Reading County Court and Ms Recorder Moulder had reserved judgment.
    This and supporting experimental evidence suggest fish do not hear at all in the ordinary sense.
    Six minutes after half-time Vincent Kompany hit a 40-yard back-pass and the groan that greeted this could be heard at Old Trafford.
    What happens when people follow what they hear at times is unpredictable and you can lose a lot of money from following what you hear.
    Songs I've heard at dawn return to make me cry in daylight, however saccharine and bloated (Kelly Clarkson's Because of You, please be kind).
    He cleverly and rhetorically spoke what miners most wanted to hear at that time, which was to continue with the strike until their demands were met.

    In 1% of cases hear before is used
    It may be fixed at the directions hearing before the arbitrator.
    The court has directed police to produce the accused on the next date of hearing before the court hearing the matter.
    Objections by the Employee The appeal came on for hearing before the Labour Court on 21st June 2012, and Ms O'Reilly raised a number of objections to the hearing proceeding on that date.
    I'd sure a lot of you have heard before that article marketing and advertising is one of the best ways to begin generating traffic to an internet site but you may possibly not recognize why.

    In 1% of cases hear for is used
    The few voices in Washington are getting heard for all the wrong reasons.
    I don't take hearing for granted! So it is no wonder that I became a musician.
    The words that you have expressed to me were the words that I have wanted to hear for many years.
    This is down to individual preference and the reasons we hear for having more than one bat are fascinating.
    The second ground was that the applicants have no right to be heard for not being members or officers of TCCIA.
    hear for yourself why generations of men, women, and children have lived for, sacrificed for, and died for that freedom.
    The assistant commandant of the US Marine Corps is due to face a Senate confirmation hearing for the role on Thursday.
    That my friends is the crap we have been hearing for so long and it's still not working but we still trot out this rubbish in the empty hope that it makes some kind of difference.
    I grew up with my father standing at the top of the quarry and barking out orders, usually accompanied by a two-fingers-in-the-mouth piercing whistle which could be heard for miles.

    In 1% of cases hear with is used
    What more we need to hear with this? Thanks God for sending bro.
    Which is why both Michelle and Ann's speeches were heard with rapt attention in September.
    In 1989 I discovered the power of my soul, I began to hear within me the wisdom that is as old as creation.
    These measures can frequently reduce the time required in the actual arbitration hearing with possible cost savings.
    Mara did not believe what she have heard with Clara and decided to follow her around to find out if Clara knew where she will be going.
    Had Eastwood said the things the media likes to hear with the same nervousness and hesitation, they would've called him wizened and seasoned.
    Music, recorded and live, is heard with increased fidelity and dimension, as though there were less distance between the source and the listener.
    If you read them several times you will perceive their deeper wisdom, with familiarity you will cease to hear with your mind and perceive with your soul.
    And as well as attending the conference, the Digital Stars will have the opportunity to have their voices heard with a series on online published blogs here on StopPress.

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