Which preposition to use with expansions

of Occurrences 361%

He urged the early development of the social consciousness as well as insisting on expansion of individuality, but it is always difficult to combine the two, and most Kindergarten teachers will benefit by learning from Dr. Montessori to apply the method of individual learning to a greater extent.

in Occurrences 30%

She admired herself too much and too openly, but succeeded in affirming her magnificent expansion in a greatness and prosperity without rival.

to Occurrences 21%

Austria-Hungary, who had only remained inactive because she had taken a Turkish victory for granted, now intervened, and by the creation of an artificial Albanian State vetoed Serbia's expansion to the Adriatic.

by Occurrences 8%

Either Marcion's Gospel is an abridgment of our present St. Luke, or else our present St. Luke is an expansion by interpolation of Marcion's Gospel, or of a document co-extensive with it.

on Occurrences 7%

SEE Fages, Pedro. Japanese expansion on the Asiatic continent.

at Occurrences 7%

The horse's tongue may be readily distinguished by a spoon-like expansion at its end.

into Occurrences 5%

Their expansion into Europe began in the middle of the fourteenth century, when, as mercenaries, they fought against the Serbs, and fifty years later they had a firm hold over Bulgaria as well.

from Occurrences 5%

If expansion from the point of view of Junker ambition had been desirable before, the same from the point of view of the financial and trading classes was doubly so now.

towards Occurrences 4%

Yet we may say that Mohammed's successors in the guidance of his community, by continuing their expansion towards the north, after the suppression of the apostasy that followed his death, remained in Mohammed's line of action.

Over Occurrences 4%

Oh, my son, my son, Horrour it selfe upon the wings of Death, Stretcht to the uttermost expansion Over the wounded body of an Army, Could never carry an aspect like this, This murthering spectacle, this field of paper Stucke all with Basiliskes eyes.

without Occurrences 2%

With a short stroke and a large diameter of steam cylinder we are able to get steam economy or early cut-off and expansion without the complications of compounding.

as Occurrences 2%

His other possessions were an ebony walking stick with a gold head and what he referred to in moments of expansion as his "library."

due Occurrences 2%

By throttling the steam, therefore, in the manner here indicated, the amount of expansion due to the lap may be doubled, so that an engine with lap enough upon the valve to cut off the steam at two-thirds of the stroke, may, by the aid of wire drawing, be virtually rendered capable of cutting off the steam at one-third of the stroke.

through Occurrences 2%

Yet the expansion of Servia to the south over the Macedonian territory she had wrested from Turkey, as legalized in the Treaty of Bukarest, nullified the Austro-Hungarian dream of expansion through Novi Bazar and Macedonia to the Aegean and the development from Saloniki as a base of a great and profitable commerce with all the Near and Middle East.

throughout Occurrences 2%

And this was the exodus, human expansion throughout the world, mankind upon the march towards the Infinite. England.

within Occurrences 1%

On the contrary, it is believed that the greater the expansion within practicable limitsand it is not easy to say what are not sothe greater the advantage which the States individually will derive from it.

among Occurrences 1%

The whole future of the world would have been changed had the period of trans-oceanic expansion among the nations of Europe begun at a time when the Scandinavians or Germans were foremost in sea-trade and sea-war; if it had begun when the fleets of the Norsemen at the threatened all coasts, or when the Hanseatic league was in its prime.

during Occurrences 1%

One of the most spectacular aspects of European expansion during modern times has been the growth of production and trade; the rapid increase in "foreign" investment; and governmental efforts to tie together geographically and ethnically remote places and peoples into neat bundles tagged Spanish Empire, British Empire, French Empire, Russian Empire.

beyond Occurrences 1%

The only nations that profited by the expansion beyond the seas, and that built up in alien continents vast commonwealths with the law, the language, the creed, and the culture, no less than the blood, of the parent stocks, were those that during the centuries of expansion, possessed power on the ocean,Spain, Portugal, France, Holland, and, above all, England.

under Occurrences 1%

This résumé affords a fair idea of Cuba's trade expansion under the conditions established through the change in government.

outside Occurrences 1%

Without striving after expansion outside Arabia, they firmly refuse to give up their own Khalifate and to acknowledge the sovereignty of any non-Alid ruler; the efforts of the Turks to subdue them or to make a compromise with them have had no lasting results.

inside Occurrences 1%

Expansion inside Europe, with its tight frontier defenses, meant war with aggressive rivals.

Which preposition to use with  expansions