Prepositions after "weigh"

"weigh on", "weigh in" or "weigh against"?

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    In 28% of cases weigh on is used
    Strong dollar overseas too weighed on the rupee.
    That's a tall order and is surely weighing on her and Bill at this stage.
    Even if it doesn't happen to you, it weighs on the collective consciousness.
    My V-card was beginning to weigh on me like wearing a down-coat during a Manhattan summer.
    But as beautiful as it was, when it was weighed on the scale it was found wanting and it fell.
    There comes a moment each day when we must simply drop what weighs on us and hand it over to God.
    The death still weighs on his conscience, as do the murders of other journalists he inspired, who then died reporting.
    What do you weigh on the balance of the Almighty? A man had a vision which revolutionized and revised his spiritual life.
    The lack of confidence over the Greek debt crisis continues to weigh on the Euro, in addition to increasing risk aversion.
    This injustice within an injustice heavily weighs on him and he has given his life to campaigning on behalf of his comrades.

    In 17% of cases weigh against is used
    The benefits of fossil fuels must be weighed against the costs of global warming.
    The revelation is likely to weigh against Boakye who has been fighting this case since last year.
    All of these doubts are being weighed against the potential positives of using biometrics for security purposes.
    And it seems like the harder you fight, the more heavily the negativity weighs against your soul, dragging you down.
    Each time you have a problem, you will invariably also have many factors that need to be weighed against each other.
    Despite being leading Bolsheviks this may have weighed against them, perhaps why they welcomed Stalin's brief patronage.
    However, the enthusiasm of potential partners must be weighed against several factors before a relationship is considered.
    The Chris Paul incident may not have been his best moment, but weighed against his other work, it looks like a bump in the road.
    But it happened just once and, weighed against all the pleasure I get in all the other matches, I have no regrets about continuing.
    We do no such thing, because we recognise that the costs of high-speed cars must be weighed against the benefits of a mobile society.

    In 16% of cases weigh in is used
    I feel like weighing in myself.
    I weighed in my bags with the right weights.
    On weighing instrument relocation it has not been calibrated.
    Who was he gon na call? ' But Joe weighs in late with: ' My mother-in-law is a little.
    The procedure requires calibration of a weighing instrument with external weight on location.
    Such procedure can also refer to weighing instruments class III, if it is recognized as necessary.
    Hence the basic practical aspect -- the possibility of weighing in every place in the world regardless of changes in ' g '.
    Thus, such weighing instrument, if relocated, have to be recalibrated, which is mostly the same as verification performed for the second time.
    Resting on a walnut base which also houses the lights, Kim weighs in at an impressive 200 pounds -- way more than she weighs in real life I imagine.

    In 9% of cases weigh between is used
    He is five-foot-seven to five-foot-11 and weighs between 170 and 190 pounds.
    It can grow to over 1m in carapace length and weighs between 135kg and 170kg.
    Typically weighing between 1,600 to 3,500 kg, it is the fourth largest land animal.
    How much do giant pandas usually weigh? Adult pandas usually weigh between 80 and 150 kg.
    He is described as a black man, about 6 feet tall and weighing between 200-215 pounds.
    It can be up to a metre long and weigh between 2 and 15kg, though some specimens may reach 40kg or more.
    This was done with a dose of 5 milligrams per kilogram of body weight (a typical adult axolotl weighs between 150 and 300 grams).

    In 6% of cases weigh about is used
    I weighed about 200 lbs at the time.
    The Roman gladius itself weighed about 2.
    It weighed about three hundred forty kilograms, including the pilot.
    He was known for his estimation; he would hold up a watermelon and say this weighs about 3.
    weighing about a tonne, it would have loomed large over its modern relatives -- diminutive rodents such as mice and rats.

    In 3% of cases weigh upon is used
    But those events continue to weigh upon the bank today.

    In 3% of cases weigh by is used
    Soybean prices have been under pressure since mid-September, weighed by seasonal harvest pressure and the expectation that rains in late August have led to a pickup in yields.

    In 2% of cases weigh from is used
    Each one weighs from 20 to 30 kilograms so it was exhausting work.
    Geese can range in size from 22 to 48 inches from beak to feet and can weigh from three to 24 pounds.

    In 2% of cases weigh with is used
    At the same time, the opinion or ruling determined by a scholar is not to be swallowed wholly unless after being carefully weighed with an academic scale.
    In this regard it is stated in the Holy Qur'an: And give full measure when you measure, and weigh with a right balance; that is best and most commendable in the end.

    In 2% of cases weigh into is used
    weigh into the debate when it comes to the detail of the scheme, don't try to destabilise the entire thing.

    In 2% of cases weigh for is used
    This would help them to compare the two internships and weigh for themselves which one made them a more aware person in terms of their capabilities.

    In 2% of cases weigh before is used
    Yes today remuneration alone must not be the criteria and factors like job profile, job content, job satisfaction, amount of creativity etc need to be carefully weighed before joining the sector.

    In 2% of cases weigh at is used
    It must have had an exceptionally rich food source and been weighed at its seasonal peak.

    In 1% of cases weigh during is used
    Ms Adeboyejo further argued that the credibility of the prosecution witnesses could not be weighed during the confirmation hearings.

    In 1% of cases weigh over is used
    In fact, I weighed over 300 pounds! At first, I thought it was normal, since so many people around me were also overweight.

    In 1% of cases weigh to is used
    This theory says that a person has 4 good and 4 bad locations but did not give weigh to which good or bad location is more important ' as each are equally good or bad.

    In 1% of cases weigh towards is used
    If you compare the loss difference between Palestinian and Israel then you would see the huge gap as loss is maximum weighed towards Palestine side in all ways.

    In 1% of cases weigh up is used
    One such instance was when we were trekking across its mountainous range and we engaged porters to carry our bags; each roughly weighing up to 20kgs.

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