Prepositions after "trawl"
"trawl through" or "trawl for"?
|In 73% of cases trawl through is used|
|trawling through the lists proved tedious but fruitful.|
|Luckily, I have trawled through the records so that I can set them straight.|
|I have trawled through numerous text books and searched the web but to no avail.|
|We used to go trawling through Disney's archives and those guys are great at helping us find stuff that we think is cool and meets our requirements.|
|We always used to trawl through sounds and samples to find something exciting that we could use to make a good bassline or some interesting element to a track.|
|Please help if you can, it may not even be a sea slug but heaving trawled through this forum it seemed to me that if anyone can identify this mystery its you guys.|
|I clicked on ' here ' and ' South Africa ' but after spending ages trawling through all the gumpf (who writes this stuff?) I couldn't find anything about a number.|
|I have no doubt there are SNP researchers at this moment trawling through the Official Report looking for examples where oppositon MSPs have said things which were not accurate.|
|I trawled through my old blog posts to dig this old gem of a screenshot out: Side note: Saw this screenshot again and realized that it was just the day before that Najib added me on Facebook.|
|In 17% of cases trawl for is used|
|The MSM only ever trawl for the bad Catholic experiences to suit their own agenda.|
|But that doesn't address the situation facing political activists, where police may trawl for interesting information and feed it into their various ' intelligence ' data bases.|
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