Prepositions after "swallow"

"swallow by" or "swallow for"?

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    In 47% of cases swallow by is used
    Bite-sized pieces of plastic to be swallowed by little sea creatures.
    Instead of drowning, Jonah was swallowed by a great fish, which God provided.
    About 40% of the 47% swallowed by the Finance Ministry is for debt servicing.
    After all, he didn't come to this park to be licked, bitten or swallowed by a python.
    Near me, Kathleen Lvesque, duty, wrote tweets that are immediately swallowed by the networks.
    My former office, swallowed by the Junk and Laundry Monster since the birth of our 4th child, was an obvious choice.
    It is an encouraging sign of the times that the debate is now between whether to freeze or cut the amount swallowed by Brussels.
    I kept having nightmares of my laptop, safely buried inside my backpack, sizzingly to its death inside the brown water and then being swallowed by a crocodile.

    In 16% of cases swallow for is used
    That's going to be very hard swallow for Nike.
    Yes, the culture will have to shift -- shipping what amounts to the minimum desirable product can be a tough pill to swallow for those used to big-bang releases.

    In 7% of cases swallow in is used
    A short walk away is McNair Pond, where you could look for ducks, woodpeckers and swallows in the early morning or evening.
    It hops again, this time misjudged, rubs its face in pain and tries to hop again, lands on its back and is swallowed in a rippling mass of dark red bodies.

    In 7% of cases swallow with is used
    It's like trying to swallow with your teeth apart (try it )! Leave it to a dentist to figure that one out.

    In 4% of cases swallow without is used
    Knowing how to pinch off a piece of steaming ugali, scoop up the sauce/greens/pili pili and pop that in your mouth, chew, swallow without burning your tongue is part of the experience.

    In 2% of cases swallow from is used
    However, it is difficult to swallow from other writers.

    In 2% of cases swallow on is used
    Jonathan and Mary Ann took Jack home blind, deaf and unable to swallow on his own.

    In 2% of cases swallow Worth is used
    Even swallow Worth whole, if you like.

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