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use "prone" in a sentence

Iran is located on seismic fault lines and is prone to earthquakes.

Sam Bradford continued to be woefully inconsistent and turnover-prone.

They tend to be more durable and less prone to expensive early repairs.

Millions more American are moving into wildfire-prone areas every decade.

Shallow ponds - less than 15 feet deep, were more prone to the winter kills.

I seem constitutionally prone to go blind while wearing rose-colored glasses.

It's also been professionally painted and rust-prone parts have been removed.

Nepal lies in a region of South Asia that's known to be prone to earthquakes.

Some people are more prone to depositing excess fat around the middle, he said.

Weller, who can be loud and prone to anger when losing, has a habit of swearing.

The fire center said human waste should be buried or removed from fire-prone areas.

He painted both the federal Liberals and Conservatives as cynical and scandal-prone.

James reiterated his view that the advertising landscape is prone to evolution.

Other great cases The Speck CandyShell offers more protection if you're prone to drops.

After all, bad apples aren't prone to recomposing themselves for the good of the barrel.

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