Blow in: visit unexpectedly.
e.g. What a surprise! What blows you in?
Blow over: end without causing harm.
e.g. The Mayor expected the riot would blow over in a day or two.
Blow up: become very angry.
e.g. As soon as he heard the bad news, he blew up and started shouting and screaming.
Noise about: gossip.
e.g. Please don’t noise about my being fired by my boss.
Appeal against: ask a court to cancel something.
e.g. The lawyer appealed against the court’s decision.
Appeal for: demand as a right.
e.g. I think we should appeal for justice.
e.g. They are appealing for our help.
Appeal to: attract or please someone.
e.g. The proposal appealed to many of us.
e.g. Her personality appeals to everybody around her.
e.g. Does this food appeal to your taste?
Include among: choose or classify.
e.g. He included himself among the top writers of science fiction.
Include in: invite.
e.g. I think we’ll include him in the party.
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