Prepositions after "hijack"
hijack by, for, in, as or at?
|In 80% of cases hijack by is used|
|Chris Tope, Sydney Democracy has been hijacked by so called freedom.|
|We need to ensure any rules aren't hijacked by obsessive single-issue pressure groups.|
|Secondly, this article seems to be hijacked by a very pro-violence against women lobby.|
|Spare us the sanctimony: ' Liberal intervention ' is always going to be hijacked by the jackals.|
|It goes prove the media has been completely hijacked by the left for carrying this BS for over a week with out question.|
|HopeyChangey And I'd saying the Dem Party has been hijacked by absurd racial theories and conspiracies by the academic and political black Left.|
|And it's too bad such an important story's thread has been 90% hijacked by the BigDummies and Paterriblow trolls and the who is/isn't socrates thing.|
|The panel's secular and Christian members have withdrawn from the panel over recent weeks, claiming that the process has been hijacked by the Islamists.|
|The not-funny thing is we have pursued more and more libertarian pollies and freedoms for 30 years and watched these de-regulations get hijacked by the greedy.|
|Years ago, some of the same anchors had confidently claimed that Kathmandu-Delhi Indian Airlines Flight 814 (IC814) had been hijacked by RAW to malign Pakistan.|
|In 6% of cases hijack for is used|
|A few posters carried it to extremes, maybe on both sides of the equation, but the forum was basically hijacked for a good part of the season because of it.|
|In 2% of cases hijack as is used|
|It is the prime vehicle to hijack as a foreign intelligence agency.|
|In 2% of cases hijack at is used|
|Angie Lombart and her mother were hijacked at their home in Silverton last Friday.|
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