Prepositions used with "struggle"
of, in, without, by or for struggle?
|In 79% of cases struggle of is used|
|All in all, it was a place of struggle.|
|Allows for the transformation of struggle to joy.|
|This is the whole originality of this new cycle of struggle.|
|Gandhi's philosophy of struggle against the British was non-violent non-cooperation.|
|If we can remember this in our own lives our times of struggle won't seem so crushing.|
|People are being disappeared because of struggle against the occupation of Balochistan.|
|THE INVISIBLE HISTORY Until recently, nonviolent action has not been recognized as a legitimate method of struggle.|
|Our time of struggle is the time when our faith is tested, which in turn produces perseverance and endurance in us.|
|After nine years of struggle to stay afloat, a diminishing station lineup inevitably led to lower ratings and cancellation.|
|Based on this belief, they killed more Bangalees than perhaps Pakistani military ever did during those 9 months of struggle.|
|In 5% of cases struggle in is used|
|That is one of the foundations of their ambivalence, of their lack of commitment in struggles.|
|The people engaging in struggle in their own interests, led by a genuine revolutionary national democratic program, is the starting point if we want to.|
|In 5% of cases struggle without is used|
|Good friendships came, but not without struggles.|
|In 2% of cases struggle with is used|
|The gospel should ease and guide us, faced with struggles of life.|
|This year will be filled with struggles and challenges, successes and failures, friends and rude people and academics and extracurriculars.|
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