Prepositions after "surge"

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In 22% of cases surge to is used

World production surged to about 2.

The number of depositors surged! Bank deposits surged to N5.

During 2011Q2, this index surged to a net balance of 54 points.

The benchmark contract for platinum surged to a 3-month high of1603.

In the morning the international spot price of silver surged to $ 34.

The poll, conducted Friday, Saturday and Sunday, says Barack Obama has surged to a 4-point lead over Mitt Romney.

As a consequence, the latest results show its operating profit margin has surged to 17%, from negative territory in 2008.

Global growth expectations were the most optimistic since February 2011 and the outlook for China's economy surged to a three-year high.

They surged to the top of the conference and held off Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and New Jersey in a tough division race to finish with the second-most points in the NHL.

A Decisive Victory First, we must recognize that President Barack Obama won a decisive and clear victory, surging to over 300 votes in the Electoral College before midnight.

In 22% of cases surge in is used

The crime rate surged in many cities and regions in the United States.

In 2012, Mitt Romney was surging in the polls a week before the election.

Mitt Romney surged in the polls after recentering his candidacy in the first debate.

Model trains have recently surged in popularity due to Thomas and Friends train sets.

In the first ten months TCL's LED TV Sales Surge in Sep Oct 11, 2012 10:49 AM GMT+0800 TCL Corp.

Hence, as support for separatism surged in 1917, it was to Sinn Fin that many looked as the party to organise this new sense of militancy.

Four years ago the man who defeated Peres then, Benjamin Netanyahu, was staging a comeback after a few years out of office, and surging in the polls.

But looting in the Asia-Pacific region has surged in the past decade -- especially for prehistoric material -- robbing countries of their cultural legacy.

Can't wait! The cultural presence and popularity of social media has surged in the last few years and just about everyone and everything has a Facebook page.

In 7% of cases surge into is used

Much like the one that surged into Port Alberni quite a ways back or the big one in Alaska.

Reading surged into a four-goal lead, yet soon found themselves largely overrun for the best part of an hour.

Malone surged into the area and Bryson, back helping his defence, stepped in and appeared to have the situation under control.

As soon as he finished speaking, people surged into the streets in Cairo in defiance of a night-time curfew and again demanded he step down.

In 7% of cases surge from is used

Total debt to GDP has surged from 155% in 1971 to 350% today.

But the percentage of upper-income Americans surged from 14% to 20% of the population.

But over the 12 years from 1997, the proportion of households with low food security surged from 1.

With the two economies being mutually complementary to a great extent, the two-way trade volume in 2010 has surged from 5.

In 6% of cases surge by is used

During the same period, visitor arrivals surged by 11.

On the other hand, the rate of suicide attacks surged by one third to 87 bombings that killed 1,300 people and injured 3,600.

In 5% of cases surge past is used

As donations surged past the $250,000 mark -- five times Strike Debt's stated goal for the evening -- the soire took on the bubbly energy of a victory rally.

But as donations surged past the $250,000 mark -- five times Strike Debt's stated goal for the evening -- the soire took on the bubbly energy of a victory rally.

In 5% of cases surge on is used

But Facebook (FB) shares surged on heavy volume: 170 million shares had changed hands by mid-afternoon.

Now the Dutch Socialist party, too, has turned Eurosceptic, and is surging on the back of its promise of a referendum on the fiscal union treaty.

Many of us have been waiting for a valve that's easy to adjust, sounds great and works 100% which has no surging on the turbo compressor of mass air flow Subaru.

European central banks began buying euro zone government bonds under a global emergency rescue package agreed today, sending the euro and European stocks and bonds surging on relieved markets.

In 2% of cases surge with is used

Surging with adrenaline, I somehow managed to use these skills, and with incredible might and magic bashed the reptilian gentleman's head in.

In 1% of cases surge like is used

Panic selling followed and, within weeks of the crash on Wall Street, economic disaster surged like a tsunami over the nation's financial markets.

In 1% of cases surge beyond is used

Each verses overlaps into the cascading choruses surging beyond the constraints of western arrangements.

In 1% of cases surge over is used

As you will see while the BLS employment reports have surged over the last three months the composite employment index has been on the decline from its peak of 24.

In 1% of cases surge because is used

What's certain is that government borrowing has surged because of the bailouts and the recession.

In 1% of cases surge at is used

Due to the silt bottom and surge at the top the viz is pretty bad (down to about 5 m in some places) but a lot of marine life, mostly shoaling fish and diverse coral life.

In 1% of cases surge throughout is used

Not the first flood The New York metropolitan area has, of course, suffered damaging storm surges throughout its history, although most were not as severe.

In 1% of cases surge toward is used

Suddenly the ring of voices, the sound of running footsteps surged toward them.

In 1% of cases surge after is used

Greek bank stocks surged after the cabinet deal, which is likely to restore political stability for the time being and ensure a successful confidence vote.

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