Prepositions after Adjectives – see what prepositions are generally used after it in English.
– It was catastrophic for the nation.
– It’s not quite as catastrophic for them.
– The outcome would be catastrophic for us all.
– The first would be catastrophic for refugees, the latter would result in riots.
– This prejudice has proven catastrophic for emerging markets in previous crises.
– This would be catastrophic for Cameron’s faltering bastard spawn of a coalition.
– The combined impact of these developments was catastrophic for the textile industry and the provisions trade.
– It would also, by the way, be simply catastrophic for NATO and be a setback from which NATO might never recover.
– Giving this level of power to the EU will be catastrophic for the UK and WILL definately terminate our Sovereignty.
– I think leaving spammy comments, particularly attaching them to a brand name could prove catastrophic for branding.
– Those are the ones that are catastrophic to an organization.
– It wasn’t personal, but it was catastrophic to many individuals.
– Using nuclear weapons against Israel would be catastrophic to Iran.
– Atta Mills? NDC politics has always been catastrophic to Ghana? s path to development.
– Decades of oil exploration have been catastrophic to fishing in the Niger Delta region.
– Anecdotal evidence only but the DWP has been catastrophic to the point of farcical for me.
– David becomes impatient, one day he dares to make a request, a request which turn to be catastrophic to their lives.
– Losing a system – whether to loss, theft, damage or malicious virus attacks – can be catastrophic to many businesses.
– Without replication, accidents would be like those of industry today: locally harmful, but not catastrophic to the biosphere.
– Given that the cost of failure would be catastrophic to Samsung and RIM, the company’s leaders need to make the right choice.
– Nor is sea level rise catastrophic in longer term records.
– These costs are exceptionally high, and catastrophic in rural Cambodia.
– The damage so produced would be almost irreversible and most catastrophic in nature.
– Over the past month, the devastating BP spill that began April 20th has become catastrophic in scale.
– Vesuvius is about 3 million, which is potentially catastrophic in the area of such an active volcano.
– The two back to back defeats were very poor but they are not catastrophic in the greater scheme of things.
– Whenever I am awake at nights, I think of all my problems and everything seems catastrophic in the dead of the night.
– While speaking at the event on Wednesday, Saeed said that the change was for real and would be catastrophic in the future.
– A scorpion sting could have been catastrophic in the isolation of the desert, but Dale risked it to get the incredible shot.
– Climate change is unlikely to be catastrophic in the near term, but it has the potential for very serious damages in the long run.
– Both are wild gambling and failure is going to be CATASTROPHIC of impact.
– However, let me ask what happens if we apply his understanding of evil as lack to one of the most catastrophic of all moral failures.
– Even given the most catastrophic of AGW predictions a tax on Australia’s CO2 emission to reduce our world contribution to GHGs of about 1.
– It was the latest and most catastrophic of a series of misjudgments by Bashar al-Assad’s regime over the decade of his rule, says Carsten Wieland.
– Moreover, the ESM will, at the very least, demonstrate to investors that the Union has provided an effective firewall against the most catastrophic of risks.
– Mitchell was thereafter catastrophic on dual attempted plunges.
– A far ambush can be less catastrophic on the squad than a near ambush, and reacting can be the same.
– Mannone kept the heart murmurs to a minimum though his one glaring error might have proved catastrophic on another day.
– The nation’s fiscal condition will become catastrophic with trillion dollar deficits continuing for years to come.
– Barring something catastrophic with that team, they are all but a lock to win the conference, and no amount of DRose will change that.
– The result was catastrophic with not only heavy casualties but morale went down the drain and by 2008 there were 4000 desertions from FC-KPK.
– Should Israel carry out its desire to attack Iran the consequences would be catastrophic with the entire Middle East totally contaminated with Uranium aerosols.
– There’s nothing immediate nor catastrophic about climate change.
– There is, of course, nothing catastrophic about the work of tides.
– And I also believe it is catastrophic as a matter of theology.
– The ending, however, was catastrophic as the Army picks Alf up and then the show is cancelled! 7.
– Research studies show that, both catastrophic as well as overuse injuries can be increased by excessive training.
– Such pico-economic engineering will be as catastrophic as the ongoing and inevitable environmental destruction by macro-economics, micro-economics, and industrial and social engineering.
– It’s looking very bad but not catastrophic at this point.
– If the acceleration continues it will become a major cause for concern, though not, I think, catastrophic at any realizable level of ice melt.
– This is not only sad from human rights point of view; it is catastrophic from a public health perspective too.
– Indeed, looking at his life – arrested three dozen times by the time he’d hit puberty and progressively catastrophic from there – one never knew whether to laugh or cry.
– In addition a lot in the party would like to cut her throat and if they can convince the back bench it will be less catastrophic without her.