Prepositions used with "moment"

of, in, at, by or to moment?

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In 26% of cases moment of is used

He was exempt for the tiniest of moments.

Keep that placement for a number of moments.

It is weird how a couple of moments can change things a lot.

And there were all sorts of moments when our supporters lost hope, and it looked like we weren't going to win.

I don't regret it at all -- after all, life is all about savouring these types of moments and finding the balance.

Your ukulele teacher will demonstrate this a couple of moments in your case, and you'll stick to your teacher's lead.

At the time they got into an argument in that restaurant, looked angry after a couple of moments, left both of them in separate cars.

Even in the most stressful of moments, she made time for her students -- including me who needed that pep talk to get through it all.

However, the entirely germ-free playing and lack of moments that take the energy/danger-meter completely in the red is somewhat wearisome.

In 15% of cases moment in is used

I always have his back in moments like that because I know who he really is.

But we can prepare ourselves so we respond well in moments of adversity and defeat.

To think other-wise, he says in moments of anger, is to misunderstand him entirely.

Now, there is certainly a role for a regional or national leader in moments of crisis.

A wide spectrum of beautiful land and space, that will soar from horrid to absolutely heaven in moments.

I am not a huge fan of Mr Leung but the urge to make comforting noises in moments of tragedy is a nice urge.

I found this very moving because it recognised in moments of triumph the hours of toil that makes the triumph possible.

State-sponsored demolitions and forced evictions are a daily threat, and deadly shack fires can destroy all a family has in moments.

As aesthetic presentation, Yeats's oral techniques create highly defined fictional speakers, often depicted in moments of contemplation or intense emotion.

Even in moments that would have a normal girl absolutely spitting venom in jealousy, Yeo-chi displays a surprising amount of tact and never takes it out on anyone.

In 13% of cases moment at is used

At moments of anguish prayer becomes a cry.

But I'd not even thinking about them at moment.

We turn to these writers at moments of crisis.

His mother just shines through him at moments like that.

At moments, it looked like they were keen to clobber one another.

And they've done so in the midst of war and depression; at moments of great strife and great struggle.

I have been wondering and wondering and then some more about WHY I have felt (and at moments even now feel) awful and hurt.

Unlike rangefinder system, visual effect of a telephoto lens for reflex SLR camera can be easily checked even at moment before tripping the shutter release button.

Their interpretations are full of magical, delicate, sensitive touches -- exquisite lingerings, tenderly stressed notes, imperceptible and gentle applications of the brakes at moments of pathos.

In 11% of cases moment by is used

We stay in the moment by moment flowing of our higher self, creating actions which reflect love and allowingness.

In each story, anarchic comedy is arrested by moments of pathos, only to descend into anarchy and hilarity once more.

It is about living in the moment, moment by moment, each moment for what it is, and accepting the present as the way things actually currently are.

It's a lesson punctuated by moments of silent shyness and then raucous singing; the words bounce off the walls and empty into the wide spaces of the deep sky.

It was a wrenching decision, fraught with remorse and heartache, imperiled by moments of genuine terror, and it had almost invariably been postponed for years.

I learned that to experience a full and meaningful life, I needed to yield the control of my life to God (I had never done that ), then I could experience His love and power moment by moment.

In 10% of cases moment to is used

Now he was being evaluated moment to moment.

The lyrics here refer to moments of weakness for great kings in the bible.

I also don't know many who don't admit to moments of alcohol fueled stupidity.

That is, time would emerge as the relative position of all mater changes from moment to moment in space.

When reading the energy going to the future of people on earth one must keep in mind that this energy changes from moment to moment.

No effort is involved, it is just a moment to moment sense of being in the rightness of your own flow -- flow that is in harmony with the flow of life.

You spoke of ethics in relation to Osho, when he himself said that his behaviour was not ruled by any kind of ethics, but whatever he felt like doing, moment to moment.

In 8% of cases moment Within is used

Within moments of the game starting, the first event had appeared on the map, and it was a race to the start.

Within moments of seeing the video, Melissa grabbed my arm, looked in my eyes and said,? I know just the person you need.

Anyway, within moments Flo was up, she wanted milk, food, to sleep with us, to pee, etc etc etc and soon there was total chaos.

Such is the power of the land that within moments of encountering Africa, you are at home, and practically forget what life was like before you got there.

We had just crested a gentle saddle a few minutes ' walk from the Diavolezza cable car terminal, and within moments my two companions had been rendered into microdots by the vastness around us.

In 6% of cases moment with is used

Rather, the cellular transformation happens in sudden surges that are punctuated with moments of stillness.

Abbott's portrayal of the prim and upright Barbara showed she had both a spirit of determination but with moments of vulnerability.

It took until the 64th minute for Arsenal to score again when Giroud, not long on the pitch after replacing Emmanuel Frimpong, headed home, before Koscielny did likewise with moments remaining.

In 5% of cases moment for is used

A mammal/invertebrate aquatic oneness for moments fleeting, felt then passed.

I was waiting for moment when you can smell the ocean; it happens much further away than one would think.

This style can be used in short bursts for moments of contemplation or even in the middle of violent action, to slow things down a bit.

In 4% of cases moment from is used

That is, time would emerge as the relative position of all mater changes from moment to moment in space.

When reading the energy going to the future of people on earth one must keep in mind that this energy changes from moment to moment.

In 3% of cases moment on is used

This time it was team scoring leader Frazao with the set up for Lim, who had just subbed on moments earlier.

I mentioned earlier that for a fact-finding tribunal it is especially helpful to focus on moments when a witness's mask slips.

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