Prepositions after "punctuate"
punctuate by, with or for?
|In 86% of cases punctuate by is used|
|Like Lagaan, Naya daur is punctuated by a number of excellent songs.|
|Presentations are punctuated by morning tea and lunch, concluding mid-afternoon.|
|This is punctuated by a history of the band from its inception to its fractured split.|
|Every road has at least four lanes; Dubai feels like a motorway punctuated by shopping centres.|
|His manner was agitated, excitable - his conversation punctuated by a hacking, tuberculoid cough.|
|They more often are punctuated by periodic successes or new challenges than by victory and defeat.|
|I like the gentleness of the greys and browns of his outfit punctuated by the pair of black trainers.|
|But Naser grew uneasy when the street demonstrations were punctuated by armed attacks on Syrian forces.|
|So A History of Mapmaking becomes a series of tantalising previews, punctuated by breaks for emergency rewiring.|
|In the photographic rendering, the white barn is a soft gray, punctuated by knots in the wood and shadows cast by the uneven boards.|
|In 12% of cases punctuate with is used|
|Narcolepsy is an overwhelming daytime drowsiness punctuated with sudden bouts of sleep.|
|Rather, the cellular transformation happens in sudden surges that are punctuated with moments of stillness.|
|The readings have been tremendous fun and are punctuated with delighted ' ooh 's! ' horrified ' yucks! ' from the children as they sit incredulous, wide eyed and gaping mouthed.|
|Tracks borrow a corner or two from their real-life inspirations, but mostly take the form of smooth, broad, colourful rollercoasters punctuated with short cuts, hazards and spectacular jumps.|
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