Prepositions after "insulate"
insulate from, with, for, in or to?
|In 56% of cases insulate from is used|
|They're more insulated from reality than the Michelin man.|
|It makes little sense to give up some of the option to insulate from these shocks.|
|Most of them tied to top civil service salary scales, they too are insulated from all the cuts.|
|Thoroughly insulated from the doctor's inner group I was one of the safest sounding boards in all of Japan.|
|Since Justices do not have to run or campaign for re-election, they are thought to be insulated from political pressure when deciding cases.|
|Catering to growing demand by developing its consumer services sector will ensure that the economy is even more insulated from future shocks.|
|Value-neutral truth Although the aim of standard empiricism is value-neutral truth, that does not imply that science is insulated from outside factors.|
|These are general guidelines and one should not mechanically perform them and feel complacent that he/she is insulated from the suffering of sakaraat-ul-mawt.|
|This man has sold Dubai to the world as the city of One Thousand and One Arabian Lights, a Shangri-La in the Middle East insulated from the dust-storms blasting across the region.|
|In 12% of cases insulate with is used|
|The increased balance of houses insulated with spray foam technology makes the usage of spray foam a.|
|The electrodes are insulated with silicone or polyurethane rubber, except for the tips, which are embedded into the cardiac wall.|
|In 6% of cases insulate for is used|
|Almost 9km of longrun was required for the roofing and cladding, which is also insulated for the comfort of technical crew working on the planes at night.|
|In 6% of cases insulate in is used|
|The 3962 houses insulated in the region include 2894 low-income homes, and 808 families living in rental accommodation.|
|Somehow I get the impression that the poor wee MPs are so insulated in their Wellington bubble that they think dealing with a symptom will cause the party's irritation with them to disappear.|
|In 3% of cases insulate against is used|
|The reused glass bottles create an air pocket in the concrete which helps keep the concrete floor insulated against the underlying cold sub base and is surprisingly strong in structure.|
|In 3% of cases insulate by is used|
|insulated by a thick cover of rock debris over its slow-moving lower reaches, it has responded to shifts in climate with changes in thickness rather than in the position of its terminus (front edge).|
|In 3% of cases insulate on is used|
|insulation - if the wall areas not behind the glass are insulated on the outside it avoids heat loss at night, improving the longevity of heat gain after dark.|
|In 3% of cases insulate through is used|
|This building has been insulated through indigenous planting on the roof of the commercial area.|
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