Prepositions after "underscore"
underscore by, in, with, between or during?
|In 73% of cases underscore by is used|
|The importance of the trial was underscored by the presence of the U.|
|The ensemble's uniqueness is also underscored by many prizes won by the young quartet.|
|This statement is underscored by the significant growth in the breadth and intensity of U.|
|Much of the disc is underscored by excellent field recordings that Brand uses judiciously.|
|But it's a methodology that works, underscored by the huge uptake of the recently released Humble Frozenbyte Bundle.|
|Starting off with a powerful drum beat, the song progresses into an anthemic chorus underscored by woozy feedback electric guitars.|
|His mark as a distinctive administrator was soon underscored by the clearing of Oshodi in the early part of his first time in office.|
|The pressure on Spain was underscored by new figures which revealed almost one in four Spaniards are jobless, with half of the country's young people out of work.|
|Going through it reveals wave after soft wave of liquorice, clove, cafe crme, milk chocolate, toast and florentine notes, underscored by Barola Chinato medicinal dried herb notes.|
|In Hebrew thought, the historicity of an account is often underscored by its poetic nature, and historical accounts are pregnant with theology, which builds upon their historicity.|
|In 9% of cases underscore in is used|
|The risks of using Good Lab Practice standards as the defining mark of good science were underscored in the government evaluation of BPA, a review by 100Reporters has found.|
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