Which preposition to use with fluctuation

of Occurrences 113%

I speak not of the fluctuations of fortune, but of normal and expected changes.

in Occurrences 70%

The arable mark belonged to the community, and was temporarily divided into as many fields as there were households, though the division was probably not into equal parts: more likely, as in Russia to-day, the number of labourers in each household was taken into the account; and at irregular intervals, as fluctuations in population seemed to require it, a thorough-going redivision was effected.

for Occurrences 2%

Some estates had suffered for a short time; there was a pretty general fluctuation for a month or two, the people leaving one estate and going to another.

as Occurrences 2%

If the several States shall be induced gradually to reform their banking systems and prohibit the issue of all small notes, we shall in a few years have a currency as sound and as little liable to fluctuations as any other commercial country.

from Occurrences 1%

Unemployment, broadly speaking, is a function not of the magnitude of the normal demand for labor (which affects rather the wage-level), but of fluctuations in the demand for labor; fluctuations from one day to another as at the docks, from one season to another as in the building trades, above all from one period of years to another as in the cycles of general trade boom and depression.

through Occurrences 1%

During all the anxiety of those days and the many fluctuations through which Guy passed, Burke came and went as an outsider, scarcely seeming to be interested in what passed, never interfering.

to Occurrences 1%

Fluctuations in the value of currency are always injurious, and to reduce these fluctuations to the lowest possible point will always be a leading purpose in wise legislation.

at Occurrences 1%

Barbara's bee-havior, however, had its own queer fluctuations at this time, it must be confessed.

behind Occurrences 1%

Their wings were as green as the leaves in spring; and they wore garments equally green, which the fanning of the wings kept in a state of streaming fluctuation behind them as they came.

between Occurrences 1%

In him the fluctuations between the deepest depression and the highest elation were accompanied by such slight variations of look and tone that they escaped almost every one but Adelaide herself.

Which preposition to use with  fluctuation