Prepositions used with "incident"

"of incident" or "without incident"?

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    In 52% of cases incident of is used
    A problem is an underlying cause of incidents.
    Keep a record of the dates and times of incidents.
    Fuller's film is essentially a series of incidents.
    But, the commission said, the actual number of incidents was likely to be much higher.
    I want to bring first line of incident reporting live for millions of people in Pakistan.
    His time in Afghanistan also has been marked by a spate of incidents that have enraged Afghans.
    However, within another three weeks, after a series of incidents, the manager was emailing all of her tasking requests.
    Equipment breakage and injuries occurring on the job site are some of the examples of incidents covered by this scheme.
    The National Aeronautics and Space Administration collects reports from pilots of incidents related to electronic devices.
    At half-time, such an outcome was hardly plausible, as Tipperary led by a point after a sensational first half full of incident.

    In 22% of cases incident without is used
    That show went off without incident.
    Most tourists return without incident, he said.
    SIXTH ANNUAL TED-FEST PASSES OF WITHOUT incident Careful now.
    We made it all the way there and back but not without incident.
    Let me add that i walked around town after dark without incident.
    In one of the datacenters, the transfer completed without incident.
    We all made it to the waterfall without incident and enjoyed a swim.
    Their first mission on November 11, 1944 over Koblenz passed without incident.
    In other parts of the East Coast, nuclear plants were weathering the storm without incident.

    In 4% of cases incident for is used
    Maybe players should be given longer bans for incidents like the ones involving John Terry and Luis Suarez.
    Aspect: Child labour HR6 (Core) Operations identified as having significant risk for incidents of child labour, and measures taken to contribute to the elimination of child labour.

    In 3% of cases incident about is used
    Be very careful with this information when writing about incidents involving crime.
    Let's talk about incidents in the strictest sense of the word: dealing with things going wrong.
    There is a huge body of knowledge out there about incidents and Requests, which you can investigate further as you need to.
    CCTVs assist police and other law enforcement in responding to and gathering information about incidents (Gill and Spriggs, 2005).

    In 3% of cases incident from is used
    However, you can still be at a high risk of facing lawsuits from incidents which take place on site or resulting from regulatory compliance issues.

    In 3% of cases incident with is used
    It is filled with incident and side-tellings -- for example, why former Ulster king Fergus was on Maeve's side against Ulster.
    With the premature birth of her son, Arcangelo in 2009 and, shortly after, the death of her mother, you could say Wainwright's recent years have been somewhat crowded with incident.
    No state in America has been affected as much by the financial meltdown as Nevada, with incidents of personal bankruptcy and home foreclosure here amongst the highest in the nation.

    In 2% of cases incident in is used
    You are apparently looking at head injury without considering limb and torso injuries, which are more prevalent in incidents with vehicles, especially HGVs, in urban situations.

    In 2% of cases incident on is used
    Basing all decisions only on incidents in the past does not take into account new information and the trends that can dictate the buying patterns of the marketplace.

    In 2% of cases incident per is used
    Such fees are typically $US 500 per incident but may be more depending on the nature of the incident.
    Sentencing Crown prosecution sentencing guidelines for perversion of justice recommend minimum sentences of four months and maximum sentences of one to two years per incident.
    The Statewide Reform builds on this medical malpractice reform by reducing the cap on noneconomic damages for Medicaid patients to $200,000 for individuals and $300,000 per incident.

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