Prepositions after "pave"
pave with, in, by, for or to?
|In 65% of cases pave with is used|
|The road to hell is paved with good intentions.|
|The road ahead, however, is not paved with roses.|
|But, the road to hell is paved with good intentions.|
|There they will live in a place of beauty Where streets are paved with marble and gold.|
|The walls of that house were like unto a floor paved with crystal stones and its floor was of crystal.|
|It is pushing people towards a path paved with danger, and as a result, is causing distress and hatred.|
|Every avenue he takes is paved with utmost attention to detail, which has not gone unnoticed by peers and fans alike.|
|The road to screenwriting hell may be paved with good intentions and the site's growing popularity is something of a problem.|
|The problem is governments never sit down and talk to the people and, unfortunately, the road to hell is paved with good intentions.|
|Although I know the good intentions behind the law, but as the famous saying goes " All roads to hell are paved with good intentions ".|
|In 12% of cases pave in is used|
|paving in proximity to City trees must comply with.|
|The highway from Lunenburg to Riverport was paved in 1947.|
|The road from Rose Bay to Lower Kingsburg was paved in 1956 and the river road from East LaHave to Upper LaHave was paved in 1960.|
|In 8% of cases pave by is used|
|Juuso Simpanen (FC Honka) wants to follow the path paved by Rasmus Sch ller and Jaakko Lepola.|
|In 4% of cases pave to is used|
|Parking area is to be paved to the satisfaction of the General Manager, Transportation Services.|
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