Which preposition to use with manned

of Occurrences 18626%

It appeared that he had got into conversation with an ancient man of the village, who, probably, knew morethough it was little enoughof the strange house, than any other person living.

in Occurrences 10460%

Was ever a man in such straits?

with Occurrences 4007%

There were three or four old men with grey hair sitting in the first row of stalls (most uncomfortable seats) who followed every note of the music, turning around and frowning at any unfortunate person in a box who dropped a fan or an opera-glass.

on Occurrences 2004%

The artists were drawn up in two rows, the women on one side, the men on the other, all eyes of course fixed upon madame la ministresse.

to Occurrences 1839%

However, she was finally prevailed upon to abandon the paternal support, and then Wesdehlen installed her in a small salon where Mollard, Introducteur des Ambassadeurs, took charge of her and introduced a great many men to her.

from Occurrences 1820%

Sometimes, at the end of the day, some of my own friends or some of the young men from the chancery would come in, and that would cheer me up a little.

at Occurrences 1749%

It comes over the heart of many a man at times, Here am I, running my little office, shop, factory, fire-engine, or professional circuit, with no influence that I can see, beyond my borough or my barn-yard.

for Occurrences 1642%

" All on a sudden who should turn up but Caligula, and claims the man for a slave: brings witnesses, who said they had seen him being flogged, caned, fisticuffed by him.

as Occurrences 1345%

"Thus," he continued, "we have been regarded by one class of theorists as an hydraulic engine, composed of various tubes fitted with their several fluids, the laws and functions of which have been deduced from calculations of velocities, altitudes, diameters, friction, &c. Another class considered man as a mere chemical engine, and his stomach as an alembic.

like Occurrences 1056%

He reassured them, told them Grevy was essentially a man of peace, and, as long as moderate men like W., Leon Say, and their friends remained in office, things would go quietly.

by Occurrences 795%

What is this hidden difference in men by which one remains in the by-eddies of life, and another sweeps out on the crest of the rising tide of history?

than Occurrences 635%

They were called by our boatmen, "meat hawks," and have less fear of man than any wild birds that I have ever seen.

into Occurrences 447%

One reason why it is so hard to get business men into the Church, or to interest them religiously in any way, is that ministers, in general, do not understand or appreciate business men.

without Occurrences 427%

He who had so thoroughly dominated the entire ship, eagerly accepted advice of mea man without experience.

under Occurrences 361%

Out of the 2000 men under Havelock's command 1400 only were British soldiers.

among Occurrences 344%

But there was one man among them who could not believe God would leave them to perish, and spurred on by this thought he gathered rock moss in sufficient quantities to preserve their lives; and, hope springing up again, they made a light raft on which they passed over to the other side.

about Occurrences 276%

These are the features of this beautiful sheet of water, which none see but to admire, none visit but to praise; and it lies here all alone, surrounded by the old hills and forests, bold bluffs, and rocky shores, all as God made them, with no mark of the hand of man about it, save in a single spot on a secluded bay, where lives a solitary family in a log house, surrounded by an acre or two, from which the forest has been cleared away.

out Occurrences 261%

In the academic world, we do not cast a man out of his mathematical chair because he can also work in astro-physics or in psycho-physics.

against Occurrences 221%

It may be said that an illusive fervor of mind has hurried men, in all periods of the world, into singular and wild exertions, which excite the wonder of the passing hour, and are afterwards either deservedly forgotten, or only recalled to notice by Reason and Philosophy, to caution the restless and impetuous spirit of man against all similar excesses.

before Occurrences 216%

Claudius, seeing a mighty man before him, saw things looked serious and understood that here he had not quite the same pre-eminence as at Rome, where no one was his equal: the Gallic cock was worth most on his own dunghill.

behind Occurrences 204%

It was now quite dark, and I purposely dropped one of the sage-hens, and asked the man behind me to pick it up.

after Occurrences 160%

We found our baggage, and it was a pleasant thing to change our long beards for shaved faces, and our forest costume for the garniture of the outer man after the fashion of civilization.

over Occurrences 108%

They had three or four shindies and killed one man over the proper way to divide the loot after they had got it.

through Occurrences 106%

Though there was not a great deal of fighting to do, there were great losses of men through disease; and Havelock himself was ere long so ill that he was told a voyage to England was the only thing to save his life.

beside Occurrences 90%

So also, we call a lunatic a man beside himself, which most distinctly expresses the two distinct bodies his mind now animates.

Which preposition to use with  manned