Prepositions after "underpin"
underpin by, for, with, of or other?
|In 88% of cases underpin by is used|
|The 200m cost to the insurance industry will be underpinned by the government.|
|All their work is underpinned by an absolute commitment to Fair Trade principles.|
|Consider Mixed Martial Arts, underpinned by the UFC promotion, which has come to dominate combat sport.|
|Do ensure that your estimates are underpinned by living within your means and saving whatever surplus there is.|
|The growth will be underpinned by sustained expansion of domestic demand by both private and public expenditure.|
|Again, my work is underpinned by his thinking, this time I am studying consciousness within the scope of mindfulness psychology.|
|Call him an auteur (he's undoubtedly a filmmaker whose body of work is underpinned by his creative influences) and he might deny it.|
|The federal EcoEnergy home retrofit program, underpinned by nearly $200 million in subsidies, only tapped into 6 per cent of Canada's housing stock.|
|On the other hand, the relationship between India and Russia continues to remain strong, largely underpinned by enduring military sales to New Delhi.|
|In 4% of cases underpin with is used|
|They need to be underpinned with extensive safety training -- and students need to come to terms with a high risk environment.|
|In 2% of cases underpin to is used|
|They fear a non-statutory system is unstable, and there has to be statutory underpinning to prevent backsliding in the future.|
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