Which preposition to use with damage

to Occurrences 205%

Thus, the transportation companies in the United States have seriously made a claim against the United States Government for damages to their roads, amounting to $750,000,000, claimed to be due to the inefficiency of labour during the period of governmental operation.

in Occurrences 74%

Acton smacked him on the back, and called him a trump; while Jack Vance presented him on the spot with a mince-pie, which had been slightly damaged in one of the donor's many tumbles, but was, as he remarked, "just as good as new for eating.

for Occurrences 38%

The amount of the damages for which reparation is due will be fixed by the Commission of Reparations, consisting of the representatives of the winning countries.

of Occurrences 35%

The Saar coal fields have been handed over to France absolutely, while the war damages of the French mines have been repaired or can be repaired in a few years.

from Occurrences 29%

Despite the damage from German guns and bombs, the cathedral retained the title of the most beautiful in all France.

by Occurrences 28%

On the other hand the pronouncement, "Réparation des dommages," included, as in fact was afterwards included, any claim for damage by land or sea.

at Occurrences 25%

And in another moment it was seen, as Leon found his feet and limped toward the others, that he had suffered only slight damage at the worst.

on Occurrences 16%

In this position they confined themselves to placing cavalry and infantry in frequent ambuscades, thus inflicting great damage on the Romans when they went to forage.

as Occurrences 12%

The reply to the asphyxiating gas of the enemy was not only the same gas, but a propaganda calculated to do more damage, and which, in fact, did do as much damage as tanks and blockade.

than Occurrences 12%

The United States now risk seeing still further reduced, if not destroyed, this purchasing capacity of their best clients; and this finally constitutes for the U.S.A. infinitely greater damage than the renouncing of all their credits.

against Occurrences 12%

He deliberately destroyed and ravaged and burnt the property of his fellow-countrymen, and mentally determined to send in the claim for damage against us.

with Occurrences 11%

A Cuckold as well as my self, Sir; and I'll sue you for Scandalum Magnatum; I shall recover swinging Damages with a City-Jury.

during Occurrences 8%

The boat had sustained some damages during the night from the surf dashing it against the rocks; but he managed to reach the wreck with it, where he quickly mended the seam started in its side.

without Occurrences 4%

It was absurd to wear a hat which could not sustain damage without showing it.

through Occurrences 4%

Damages through cruelty to and ill-treatment of prisoners of war. 5th.

beyond Occurrences 3%

He upset a plate of soup into a gentleman's lap, and damaged beyond repair one of the elegant china vegetable dishes.

due Occurrences 2%

RAZED A dispatch from Berlin by wireless March 23 stated that according to a report received there from Cracow, the damages due to the war in Poland and Galicia at that time amounted to 5,000,000,000 marks ($1,250,000,000).

under Occurrences 2%

Damages under prohibitory liquor lawParties in actions for seductionIn actions for injury to minor childMarried womenWhen husband or wife deserts familyHusband or wife as witnessCommunications between husband and wifeWomen eligible to officePolice matronsRight of suffrage CHAPTER XII.

among Occurrences 2%

During the night, the general ordered all the ships of the fleet to be towed as near as possible to the shore by means of the boats, and spread out at some distance from each other, that they might be able to reach the city with their ordnance; which, as soon as day broke, was directed to play upon the city in every direction, doing vast damage among the houses.

beside Occurrences 1%

Now, having the bottom of the boat full to his view, he made discovery that there was other damage beside that of the burst plank; for the bottom plank of all had come away from the keel, which seemed to us a very serious matter; though it did not show when the boat was upon her bilges.

about Occurrences 1%

I put up with several hundred dollars' worth of damage about the place, but this is too much.

throughout Occurrences 1%

For two or three days a violent gale had been blowing, with much damage throughout the country; on his journey Goldthorpe saw many great trees lying prostrate, beaten, as though scornfully, by the cold rain which now descended in torrents.

before Occurrences 1%

But he might do terrible damage before the end.

between Occurrences 1%

It is valuable at other points, but not indispensable, provided the vessel has numerous horizontal and vertical bulkheads to prevent too great a loss of buoyancy when the vessel is seriously damaged between wind and water.

vnto Occurrences 1%

Then passing many dayes ioumey on forward, I came vnto a certaine citie called Comum, which was an huge and mightie Citie in olde time, conteyning well nigh fiftie miles in circuite, and hath done in times past great damage vnto the Romanes.

Which preposition to use with  damage