Prepositions after "impart"
"impart to", "impart in" or "impart by"?
|In 55% of cases impart to is used|
|This predictability is, in turn, imparted to the non-oil economy.|
|Their superiority has consisted in imparting to others their characteristics;.|
|Davids imparts to those who bother to visit this often overlooked corner of Wales.|
|It is a spiritual thing by which the spirit of Christ Himself is imparted to the individual.|
|And now let's consider what Olivier Blanchard's Macroeconomics textbook imparts to his students.|
|Therefore, etymologically jurisprudence is that science which imparts to us knowledge about ' law '.|
|Don't discuss your friend behind their back and don't spread rumors about the confidences they've imparted to you.|
|While most of my friends are those older than I am, I do not fail to move with people I can impart to or impact on too.|
|The reason is to attenuate the energies in a collision so that sever kinetic energies imparted to the brain become less injurious.|
|I'd not going to share to you the specific details of the reflections, resolutions and affections that were imparted to me in my 3-day silent retreat.|
|In 13% of cases impart by is used|
|The contribution imparted by this sector is a little bit worth to be maintained.|
|The skills imparted by Bres, however, serve the same function of completing the functions needed in settled society.|
|In this particular campaign, they appear to have run out of steam at the crucial moment, not surprising considering the additional strain imparted by their failed League Cup run.|
|In 12% of cases impart in is used|
|Clinical legal education is imparted in two ways: live-client model and simulated.|
|No wonder, there are reports of students admitted to Form I while they can't read nor write! We need to impart in our youth the desire to acquire knowledge for its own sake: exams should come second.|
|In 3% of cases impart at is used|
|In short, Europe has a lot of knowledge to impart at a time when Asia is keen to learn.|
|The following seems to imply that the soul is imparted at the moment of conception, but it really is difficult to follow.|
|In 3% of cases impart into is used|
|I must say that most of the times I simply switch off and can not absorb what the teacher are trying to impart into me.|
|I have become a master in life by reason of the knowledge you have imparted into me through different ministry materials and teachings.|
|In 3% of cases impart upon is used|
|I can recall the many evenings i would sit her office &; listen to her smooth voice as we would share revelations that the Lord would impart upon us.|
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