Which preposition to use with linking

to Occurrences 557%

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in Occurrences 241%

The central link in each case is in the child, with his special store of experiences derived from his own particular surroundings; he brings to new experiences his store of present experiences, his interests not always satisfied, his powers variously used, he interprets the new by these, and seeks for more in the line of the old.

of Occurrences 187%

" "One who is well acquaint with Borrowstoneness and the links of Forth," said I. I spoke in the accent of his own country-side, and it must have woke some dim chord in his memory, I made haste to strike while the iron was hot.

between Occurrences 186%

The coureurs de bois and other fur traders formed an important link between the savage and the civilized life of the country.

with Occurrences 150%

He lived to become a wonderful link with the past.

by Occurrences 19%

I have worked the whole affair out, link by link, till the evening when the husband and wife parted.

for Occurrences 9%

Yet he hung about the links for a long time, and finally ended by entering the house, and taking up his stand beneath the long, narrow window of the closet overlooking the golf-links.

of Occurrences 7%

What a linking of language with life you discover when you learn the original signification of presently, of idiot, of rival, of sandwich, of pocket handkerchief!

at Occurrences 7%

" Norgate told him, as briefly as possible, of his meeting with Selingman, their conversation, and the subsequent happenings, including the interview which he had overheard on the golf links at Knocke.

from Occurrences 7%

Mr. Heatherbloom regarded the boata link from Arcadia to the mundane world.

on Occurrences 6%

There are often no more chances of standing still in Staithes than may be enjoyed on a popular golf-links on a fine Saturday afternoon.

into Occurrences 5%

At Ninth Street Miss Lola Hassiebrock loosed her arm where Miss Beemis had linked into it.

through Occurrences 4%

For a moment she stood, passing the golden links through her white fingers like a young novice with a rosary.

after Occurrences 3%

Bit by bit things were coming out, he said to himself as he strolled away towards the hotel; link after link the chain was being forged.

out Occurrences 3%

I never realised how I felt about our country till I found the terror of losing, a link out of that little golden chain that encircles my sweetest joys, was a kindred suffering.

unto Occurrences 3%

That tall white shape I looked upon With a mysterious dread, Linking unto the senseless stone The image of the dead The father I never had seen; I remember on dark nights of storm, When our parlor was bright and warm, I would turn away from its glowing light, And look far out in the churchyard dim, And with infinite pity think of him Shut out alone in the dismal night.

like Occurrences 3%

Which of them first sought the contact neither of them knew but they sat linked like that, tingling, breathless during the lines: "...

as Occurrences 3%

She experienced an emotion between being pleased and offended at his conduct, though we suspect the former eventually predominated, for the next day she was upon the Links as usual, and there also was the young seaman, and again he followed her to within sight of her master's house.

around Occurrences 3%

The chain of Slavery which fetters every slave south of Mason and Dixon's Line, is as closely linked around the master as the slave.

behind Occurrences 1%

Ah, for some seer, to say what links behind To read the mystic writing on the wall!

about Occurrences 1%

Among the wedding presents to the bride was the locket and chain which she herself had taken from her neck years previous, when drowning in the North River, and linked about the button on the coat of her rescuer.

among Occurrences 1%

Freedom will become a friendly link among nations.

along Occurrences 1%

It has a brave sound, West Inch, but it is not a fine estate with a braw house upon it, but only a great hard-bitten, wind-swept sheep run, fringing off into links along the sea-shore, where a frugal man might with hard work just pay his rent and have butter instead of treacle on Sundays.

therewith Occurrences 1%

It is not tact which enables the person behind the counter to induce customers to buy what they did not intend to buy, and which bought, gives them no satisfaction, though it is linked therewith for the effort to be successful.

togetherfor Occurrences 1%

What a strange world it is, where the happiest and saddest events are so often linked togetherfor instance, the marriage and absence of those one would wish to have always by one.

Which preposition to use with  linking