Prepositions after "swell"

swell to, of, in, with or at?

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    In 18% of cases swell to is used
    By late afternoon, the book has swelled to USD2.
    Northeast, the death toll from superstorm Sandy has swelled to 95.
    After his resignation was rejected, the number of legal water hydrants swelled to 23.
    But sources tell 41 Action News the membership ranks swelled to at least 20,000 people at its peak.
    Initially, 13 opposition members joined Roque in her protest but the number later swelled to nearly 30.
    At first it was around 5000, but around the evening, the numbers swelled to around 10 times Bernama claims to be.
    From there, as Machen later wrote, ' The snowball of rumor was set rolling until it was swollen to a monstrous size.
    Kim tore open Mancini's left ear and puffed up his left eye, and Mancini's left hand swelled to twice its normal size.
    Meanwhile, these tight-fisted banks ' investment portfolios swelled to US$84 billion in the first quarter of this year.
    I was at GW last night and learned that the current population of 160 adults and children will be swelling to 600-700 tonight.

    In 18% of cases swell of is used
    Otherwise, the swelling of the tissues can delay surgery for around five days.
    Angina with swelling of the exterior of the neck yields, with wonderful ease, to this medicine.
    Symptoms include nausea, bloating, lapses in consciousness and seizures due to swelling of the brain.
    When disruption to the lymphatic vessels occurs, it results in swelling of the affected limb called lymphoedema.
    Treatment generally involves medication to reduce blood clots, reduce swelling of the limbs and widen the blood vessels.
    People with Pulmonary Hypertension experience breathlessness, dizziness, swelling of the legs or ankles and tiredness after work or activity.
    If swelling of the tissues is present due to injury or trauma to the nose, your doctor may give you a course of antibiotics to take before surgery to reduce the risk of infection.

    In 15% of cases swell in is used
    The ranks of coyotes has swelled in recent years, with fewer people hunting and trapping the animals.
    swelling in the back of the knee is common with a Baker's cyst, but it usually goes away on its own.
    These symptoms may include fever, headache, fatigue, and swelling in the lymph nodes, particularly those in the neck and groin.
    In that shoreless ocean, at thy silently listening smile my songs would swell in melodies, free as waves, free from all bondage of words.
    It is not prone to lipid absorption or swelling in the body, and therefore may be used as a coating on the ball or disc in artificial heart valves.
    Cahalan was the 217th person in the world to be diagnosed with anti-NDMA-receptor encephalitis, a relatively treatable illness that causes swelling in the right lobe of the brain.
    An uncommon side effect is a blood clot in the vein (thrombosis) so if you experience pain or swelling in the legs or unusual or sudden shortness of breath, see your doctor immediately.
    If you have a open reduction your child will be swollen in spica immediately afterwards and newborn nappies are the best to insert inside the cast and then a size bigger to go over the cast.

    In 11% of cases swell with is used
    Did my heart swell with new-found patriotism? Not exactly.
    The river was swelling with all the recent rains and these kids were fishing.
    I think I can actually feel my head swelling with knowledge while reading this.
    As the cornea swells with additional fluid, objects may appear to have halos around them.
    The comments section of the Internet Movie Database (IMDb) swells with accusations of creative apostasy.
    Grassland, swollen with the mounds of extinct volcanoes, is grazed by cattle and roaming posses of wild horses.
    Swollen with pride, he summoned those who were in charge of the city of Thessalonica and demanded that they perform a certain public-work.
    For a while, swelled with r? jasic forces, the asura grows powerful, great and glorious, then its inherent defects begin to come out, and everything breaks and dissolves.

    In 5% of cases swell at is used
    By week 21, your lower legs and feet may be swollen at the end of the day and you may develop varicose veins.
    All have shown protective efficacy in early infancy with virtually no side effects (except occasional, temporary redness or swelling at the injection site).

    In 5% of cases swell by is used
    The naturally growing population was swelled by others from the country coming to live in the city.
    He could barely walk, his feet blackened and swollen by a merciless combination of frostbite and gangrene.
    It was claimed though never proved that on one occasion the hired Elis were swelled by one of the real thing.
    They lived in military, quasi-democratic communities and their numbers were swollen by peasants escaping from serfdom in Poland-Lithuania as well as from Russia.
    Bangladesh will be squeezed from the south by cyclones and sea level rise, and flooded from the north by the major rivers swollen by warming glaciers in the Himalayas.
    There was no resistance from the forces of the toppled republican government and the whole city, its population swollen by refugees from the fighting, was relieved that peace had come at last.

    In 5% of cases swell into is used
    From there the book seems to swell into itself.
    Critics also claim that Erdogan's confidence has swelled into the sort of authoritarianism that, if left unchecked, might transform Turkey into another Russia.

    In 4% of cases swell from is used
    When he arrived, the number of inhabitants in the area swelled from 400 to almost 3,000 because of the threat of attacks.
    Shoeless children may contract a disease called podoconiosis, which causes one's feet to swell from walking in silica-rich soil.
    Sources disclosed that Raza Academy members were stunned to see the crowd swelling from their expected 1,000-odd number to over 50,000.
    Even back when I danced in QLD, I'd often have to come home and put ice on my knees, because they would be red and swollen from classes or performances.

    In 3% of cases swell during is used
    In males it swells during courtship.
    Flat and open shoes are great since feet tend to swell during long flights.
    The Sun's initial swelling during the onset of the red giant phase will destroy our blue planet.

    In 2% of cases swell on is used
    Such include bruises, swelling on treatment areas, scar and numbness.

    In 2% of cases swell due is used
    This is an advanced stage of the illness whereby body parts such as the limbs and the genitals can become irreversibly swollen due to disturbed drainage of the lymph vessels in the skin.

    In 2% of cases swell for is used
    It was discovered that foods having a high glycemic index made the brachial arteries swell for many hours.
    Since long-time meditation and hard press, my father once hurted his feet, swollen for more than 2 months.
    The more common construction in which the property features as subject (Eyes were swollen for her) has been largely overlooked.

    In 2% of cases swell like is used
    His head is swollen like the swelling caused by dropsy.
    Beijing Duck Recipe Clean the duck, remove internal organs, pump air inside until skin and flesh are more or less separated and the whole body swollen like a balloon.

    In 1% of cases swell past is used
    It was swollen past the end of my nose.

    In 1% of cases swell above is used
    The sound rose and swelled above the blare of the orchestra.

    In 1% of cases swell over is used
    The tidal wave of great games has swelled over the years, and now I'd up to my neck in big-budget, 30+ hour epics.

    In 1% of cases swell as is used
    The symptoms result from the surface of the eye (the cornea) swelling as the pressure inside the eye increases.

    In 1% of cases swell around is used
    An excellent food for weight loss, the potassium in bananas can also help reduce fluid retention, particularly swelling around the ankles during pregnancy.

    In 1% of cases swell after is used
    An Iraq war veteran had a fractured skull and brain swelling after being allegedly hit in the head by a police projectile (The Guardian, October 26, 2011).

    In 1% of cases swell across is used
    But as protests against Chick-fil-A swelled across the country, dozens of groups and prominent individuals joined in support of the company.
    There were three raised ridges across her palm, but the fourth had given her a line of swelling across her fingers which could barely bend without inducing further pain.

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