Prepositions after "propel"
propel by, into, through, from or on?
|In 65% of cases propel by is used|
|propelled by jetplane-like engines, they don't drift -- they fly.|
|When you are propelled by pain, you will never reach true fulfillment.|
|The planes are run on two metal rods, propelled by a cable drag chain.|
|Taumualuas are propelled by paddles and can be steered from either end.|
|She will be propelled by twin 2 metre diameter, 5 bladed composite propellers.|
|According to City of Toronto bike lane bylaws, bicycles must be propelled by muscular power.|
|The Yanks jumped out to a 7-0 lead propelled by A-Rod's 300th career homerun in Yankees pinstripes.|
|Understand your Mind Mind functions on different levels; thoughts are propelled by mind due to certain conditions.|
|In a very short order I realized how incredible a sailboat is as we slipped through the water without a sound propelled by free energy.|
|The device was propelled by pushing your feet against the ground, thus rolling yourself and the device forward in a sort of gliding walk.|
|In 11% of cases propel into is used|
|Soon the Maid of the Mist was propelled into the Whirlpool.|
|See how four young lads from Liverpool were propelled into the dizzy heights of worldwide fame and fortune to become the greatest band of all time.|
|In 7% of cases propel through is used|
|As the boat was propelled through the rapids, it quickly filled with water.|
|In 4% of cases propel towards is used|
|She pushed it back, but found that it was being propelled towards the door by an invisible force.|
|In 2% of cases propel along is used|
|In to the car park came the late Mr Hotblack Desiato, propelled along the moving catwalk by his bodyguard.|
|In 2% of cases propel at is used|
|The nature of the game of cricket is that a hard ball is propelled at high speed toward the batsman who swings the bat in the attempt of hitting the ball.|
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