Prepositions after "choke"

"choke on" or "choke with"?

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In 43% of cases choke on is used

I hope he chokes on the money the industry is stuffing in his pockets.

Some fell victim to scorpion bites; choked on fruit, or drank poisonous beverages.

Voting has already begun in some states, yet the airwaves are choking on political ads.

Uncle promptly chokes on the fish cutlet that your mum had so painstakingly made in his honour.

No peanuts, please! Even if they like them (which I don't know ), they could easily aspirate or choke on them.

They come to me like a breath of fresh air just when I'd beginning to choke on the hectic confusion of the day.

But when I pull the JSFIDDLE code out and put that css/html5 in a separate file, again, IE browsers choke on it.

What you probably will do is sit there silently hoping cousin Melissa chokes on her half-price Easter chocolate.

Don't u urself get choke on it? And talking abt success my dear I will never count you among top 50 successful celebs.

Similarly, Gwei Lun-mei, 28, was clearly surprised by her win and choked on her tears while giving her acceptance speech.

In 19% of cases choke with is used

The streets hitherto choked with military traffic were deserted.

The very narrow area was railed over, and almost choked with rubbish.

For many persons, including children, the biliary tubing is choked with gallstones.

I about choked with laughter of the insanity of the total lack of understanding of earth systems.

Without effective rapid transit this city would grind to a halt as the road system would be completely choked with traffic.

Mary Blue's Burn itself served as a cess-pit in this manner and was soon choked with human effulent, household rubbish and dead animals.

This core of CicLAvia saw the streets become choked with bicycle gridlock, but riders seemed less frustrated than drivers in similar predicaments.

The Walbrook, flowing through the heart of the City of London, was mostly paved over in the 1460s; it was considered a filthy nuisance choked with refuse.

In 8% of cases choke by is used

But, like the proverbial cure for cancer hidden in the rain forest, the next great idea could be cut down tomorrow, choked by the tyranny of using only what we know.

Could the President have died from the porridge he had that morning? Or was he choked by the neck brace that was bought for him when he complained about neck pains? Last but not least, Mr.

In 8% of cases choke to is used

Dangling from her throat, literally choking to death in front of me.

He woke up at 3 in an explosion of coughing, convinced he was choking to death.

Maybe the last two dinosaurs on earth ate Steve and Helen and choked to death and that's how they really became extinct.

In 5% of cases choke in is used

Danny is choked in The Shining, maybe, as his father Jack suggests, by himself.

Blake Fielder-Civil (30) was found choking in bed by partner Sarah Aspin last Friday before being rushed to hospital with multiple organ failure.

And the unclean spirits went out, and entered into the swine: and the herd ran violently down a steep place into the sea, (they were about two thousand;) and were choked in the sea.

In 5% of cases choke off is used

See, it seems that almost everybody - and I really mean %70+ are in favor of choking off power.

In 4% of cases choke at is used

Their footballers have consistently failed to deliver on the world stage, choking at important moments.

In 1% of cases choke under is used

Will he continue to breath fire, or choke under the pressure? I think there's good reason to expect Goran to be a dragon instead of a hatchling.

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