Prepositions after "surpass"
surpass by, in, after, at or before?
|In 63% of cases surpass by is used|
|Essien is not a natural DM, neither is Mikel but has now been surpassed by him.|
|Its strict dress code is surpassed by the highfalutin ' LeBua -- not even knapsacks allowed.|
|Not to mention the country has been surpassed by many countries, is in trillions of dollars of debt, and is pretty much owned by China.|
|Pakistan has 5 million children out of school, a number only surpassed by Nigeria, the UN cultural agency said in a report published this week.|
|When the pastor took to the stage the congregation burst into hymn with a gusto only surpassed by the rocking, whispered prayers that came after.|
|And the actual taste of a Sussex Pond Pudding is surpassed by the fact that you'd no more be offered it in Scotland than you'd find a Scottish Ecclefechan tart down south.|
|Although that distinction has since been surpassed by younger chefs, White retains a certain level of fame even as his disciples Gordon Ramsay and Curtis Stone take up most of the spotlight.|
|In 11% of cases surpass in is used|
|This is unsurprising, and in fact it's the goal set by the government, a goal the STM has surpassed in its review of PASTEC.|
|In 4% of cases surpass until is used|
|This was not surpassed until 1975 when American Don Martinez achieved three and a half somersaults.|
|In 4% of cases surpass with is used|
|It is often surpassed with the use of telephone conferencing services.|
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