Prepositions after "radiate"

radiate from, into, around, to or with?

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In 46% of cases radiate from is used

They will appear to radiate from the constellation Leo the Lion.

The laser beam radiated from the laser cavity is thus not arbitrary.

It's not blind optimism but intelligent pragmatism that radiates from Obama.

He is a most sincere artist filling the world with beautiful music that radiates from his heart.

Stoke-on-Trent, or the Potteries, is unlike other major cities which have a central hub with main roads radiating from it.

The narrow streets which had helped the fire's progress are replaced on his plan by monumental avenues radiating from piazzas.

On a cold winter day, the heat radiating from the roaster warms fresh-from-the-cold hands and occasionally dries soggy mittens.

I am always amazed at the energy and enthusiasm radiating from all the franchisees, vendors, corporate staff -- well, from everyone.

This law concerns the ability of one to channel energy (prana -- chi -- holy spirit) which radiates from the Source we call God/dess.

In 12% of cases radiate into is used

Once in the atmosphere most heat is radiated into deep space by CO2 and H2O.

In 8% of cases radiate around is used

By 12,000 years ago the Nostratic language super-family could be found radiating around this Caucasian homeland.

Because we all have social circles that radiate around us, be it workmates or family, who can be close or far away.

The most striking feature is a series of grooves radiating around the curved tip, but you need to look beyond these at the outer edge of the bill.

In 8% of cases radiate with is used

No-one may ignore typically the beauty radiating with Dean jerrod Louboutin Shoes or boots.

In 6% of cases radiate in is used

CO2 and the other greenhouse gases then radiate in all directions.

And if it is any consolation I have heartburn that is radiating in my knee caps and I haven't taken a dump since like Wednesday.

An extra benefit is that the heat is radiated in the infra red, which is more penetrating and pleasant than the traditional convective forced air heating systems.

In 2% of cases radiate among is used

That quaint intimacy of The Rovers Return and a bubbly pint of bitter radiates among all of those doing their ' level best ' to alleviate the depressing despondency of the ' the vulnerable '.

In 2% of cases radiate at is used

Certainly, you may radiate at the beginning but it will rapidly disappear and you will come across as pretty dull again.

In 2% of cases radiate away is used

I have also seen maps with the continent of Antarctica in the middle and the other continents radiating away from it.

In 2% of cases radiate by is used

What you feel is infra-red photons radiated by the flame.

In 2% of cases radiate off is used

Your rage fairly radiates off the page/screen, Plankton.

In 2% of cases radiate through is used

People say all the time that it radiates through the screen.

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