Prepositions after "proclaim"

"proclaim to", "proclaim by" or "proclaim in"?

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In 27% of cases proclaim to is used

Sopocko who proclaimed to the world for the first time, the message of Divine Mercy.

But if you are a true son, drop the shame and proclaim to this sinful world that Jesus is the only way, the truth and the life.

The proud American will go down into his slavery without a fight, beating his chest, and proclaiming to the world, how free he really is.

Epilogue It was her destiny to proclaim to the world the sacrifices made by Imam Husayn and the other members of the family of the Holy Prophet s.

For this reason, the Church, which finds in the Eucharist the very centre of her life, is constantly concerned to proclaim to all, ' opportune importune ' (cf.

If you're make it possible for newly purchased gaming on the internet any person by using their problems, they will certainly pay for you and also proclaim to individual.

Is it denied that Lord Ellenborough has proclaimed to all the world his intention to make a present to a heathen temple? The Home Government says, Do not decorate heathen temples.

Speak tenderly to Jerusalem, and proclaim to her that her hard service has been completed, that her sin has been paid for, that she has received from the LORD's hand double for all her sins.

Is it denied that Lord Ellenborough has proclaimed to all the world his intention to decorate a heathen temple? The Home Government says, Do not send troops to do honour to heathen temples.

In 17% of cases proclaim in is used

On a positive note, at least five new protected areas were proclaimed in 2002.

This is certainly God's protection of people, and a miracle proclaimed in the Qur'an.

This is the plain message of the Gospel that is being proclaimed in the Acts narrative.

Catechesis is based in Scripture and proclaimed in the midst of the worshiping community.

The Protectorate of Northern Nigeria, proclaimed in 1900, was also just a sphere of influence claimed by the British.

The General Conference of the UNESCO, recognising the role of soft power in human development as early as its fourteenth session in 1966, proclaimed in Article I that: 1.

In 14% of cases proclaim by is used

The Barrowlands Ballroom as proclaimed by the spectacular neon sign remains an important Glasgow icon 45 years on.

In 9% of cases proclaim as is used

This place was proclaimed as a site for pilgrimage in 1963 by the Pope 6th Paul.

Susan Rice proclaims as the credibility of State Department and Obama administration officials plummets.

And Egypt and Libya were the countries that Barkha Dutt and others proclaimed as the new liberal democracies rising from the Arab Spring.

In 6% of cases proclaim from is used

Of course, when Britain set out to abolish slavery it could not proclaim from the roof-tops that it was abolishing it to compete against French industrialists.

In 3% of cases proclaim among is used

And essential to this confession of Jesus is that he is proclaimed among the nations.

In 2% of cases proclaim throughout is used

Go, therefore, and proclaim throughout the Land that he who proceeded me is evil, that he has defiled the nation, And that all he has built must be destroyed.

In 2% of cases proclaim for is used

The ruffians style themselves United Irishmen and proclaim for their object, a reform in Parliament.

In 1% of cases proclaim at is used

The German states were formed into a united German Empire which was proclaimed at Versailles, and France was forced to sign a humiliating peace treaty which handed Alsace and Lorraine to Germany.

In 1% of cases proclaim against is used

A general war has been proclaimed against terrorism.

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