Prepositions after "inhabit"
inhabit by, in, for, as or with?
|In 81% of cases inhabit by is used|
|The park is inhabited by wild macaque monkeys.|
|It was an attractive planet, inhabited by nice people.|
|One chap told us that it was inhabited by anti-conscriptionists.|
|When I was little people pointed at suburbs inhabited by Italians, Greeks and Asians.|
|Until seven years ago, it was a wasteland inhabited by bootleggers and auto mechanics.|
|Many, I was delighted to discover, are inhabited by sacred fish, invariably salmon or trout.|
|Ogden is equally a colonial issue That region is inhabited by ethnic Somali but within the Ethiopian sovereignty.|
|Fahan Street was worse again with 164 dwellings inhabited by 244 families, again with around about 7 members each.|
|Similarly, the inhabitants of another island exclusively inhabited by males would identify human beings with males.|
|It also led to the area being inhabited by an incredible diversity of wildlife, supported by the contrast in habitats.|
|In 7% of cases inhabit in is used|
|Our cities must be made more liveable -- places we inhabit in greater harmony with nature.|
|About Tamil Nadu Native residents of the state are called Tamilians and have inhabited in the state since 500 BC.|
|The area around Cork harbour was inhabited in prehistoric times and some artefacts, including axeheads, have been discovered from that period in the environs of the city.|
|Pocked with natural cave shelters and rock overhangs -- supplemented over the centuries by numerous hand-hewn additions and modifications -- the rock may have been inhabited in prehistoric times.|
|In 5% of cases inhabit for is used|
|Wales as an area of land has been inhabited for around 28,000 years.|
|The space of the third gender is not a space that is easy to inhabit for the ones who are there, and not easy to imagine for the ones who are not there.|
|In 2% of cases inhabit as is used|
|I lived and worked in France from 1978-1981 and my recollections seem make it a very different city to the one Denis McShane inhabited as a journo.|
|In 2% of cases inhabit with is used|
|Near adjoining to the Bawne he hath built a town consisting of 26 houses, and a good water mill, all which is inhabited with British tenants.|
|I have pledged on behalf of my 12 year old son, to give him his on start in a possible future career, or if not a doorway into a world inhabited with like minded supportive people.|
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