Prepositions after "ravage"
ravage by, from, on, through or with?
|In 82% of cases ravage by is used|
|Another country that has been ravaged by war is Chad4.|
|Africa is a continent ravaged by conflicts and instability.|
|This year, Colorado has been ravaged by wildfires that burned an area six times the size of Manhattan.|
|He believes that without NATO intervention, Libya would be where Syria is now, ravaged by a seemingly endless civil war.|
|Africa is ravaged by so much civil war and internal strife that few people even bother to check which groups can be labeled terrorist.|
|In essence, The Last of the Mohicans is an epic adventure/romance set against the panorama of a frontier wilderness ravaged by the French and Indian War.|
|Yet such had been the earlier successes in 1914 that the Germans had surrendered before the fighting reached their borders, so their own territories were not ravaged by marching armies.|
|In 5% of cases ravage through is used|
|We were hungry for more, ravaging through the problem set trying to find something that was waiting for the bash.|
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