Example sentences of "that i [pers pn] " in BNC.

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31 Now advertising strikes me as an area that I I feel I can put make some input into .
32 and it 's something that I I I like the idea of
33 to confirm that I I 've heard it somewhere I mean
34 The other thing that 's been done , erm , and has been ongoing now for some months without too much success , but things seem to be moving a little bit , at least we 're told they are , is that I I pressed for , not really a presentation but a technical meeting , I wanted to get there there product engineers
35 The the question mark I 've got is tha is that I I certainly accept that , it 's the it 's the question of the work being done at the appropriate level and the erm , the the fact that two sub teams are working without a complaint examiner , and , but I
36 The er the only figure that I I can find for commuting erm supplied by the County Council is in er table five of N Y six I think it is , N Y six , where the County Council give er at the bottom of that erm on the bottom line of that table , a figure for Richmondshire of er three point five percent .
37 Unlike Mr I have always found fox hunting distasteful , I have never participated in it , I have never followed it and I do n't think that I I ever want to and er , I have I am not convinced by either economic or the put forward in its favour .
38 The press release that I I put erm to the internationally known bearings company .
39 Yeah I mean this is this is erm more the sort of thing that I I had in mind .
40 Only , to say that I I I would be opposed because I believe you should delegate to committees to run their affairs and their resources in the way they want to .
41 Order , or or or order , order , the honourable lady would not expect me to comment on something that has been on television , er in something that I I have no er I I did n't even see last night , it 's up to the minister whether he wishes to come and make a statement it is really not at all a point of order for me .
42 Now I would be the first to admit that I I 'm not a judge as accountant , I 'm an insurance broker er and erm I do n't understand er and I 'm not aware of all of the rules and regulations that affect accountants er and affect the way audits are carried out , b but I must say I was a bit surprised t to hear during the debate , er that that was really what the problem was , the problem with B C C I was this conflict of interest , that fraud was known and it was not declared er and er I think that these er these regulations should now make that considerably er more clear .
43 Now , generally speaking wi I I I 've act what I 've done for the re-sit paper is that I I pooled a load of questions , some of which went to the first paper and some of which went to the ne and some of which went to the re-sit paper so I do n't know which topics are coming up erm on the re-sit paper .
44 I feel really angry I mean I 'm you might say because of my job that I I ought to be law abiding but I am a law abiding person and i like to think that I would go along with all all the laws because they are they are brought in for the benefit of all .
45 Anyway , I just said , well , summat about about what I said , I says , yeah , nice to get away from it all , ai n't it , to be by yourself , and that 's all I said , and I think he knew that I I did n't want
46 Now I 've started to think that I I am capable of it .
47 But I did n't look , I did n't stop , it was raining so bad Thursday morning and windy that I I went to the market , I cut straight through and went up and Di went to get the paper then he went .
48 They said a , a normal person living on their own is only entitled to thirty nine pound sixty a week and that 's what I 've got in that book , but I do n't think they realise that I I 'm on me own and I 've got a gas , electricity and everything else to pay out of that
49 you know if there 's nothing immediately behind me , then he knows that I I ai n't gon na touch his precious parked car !
50 Well that I I us I got a better rate of exchange out in S A than I did here .
51 Yeah , it 's just that I I 'm .
52 Er , one of the things that I I I do wish hand-book writers would er , do , is to erm , write whenever practical , to seek out the strength of the group , at the beginning , so , that for example , how mu if there are those of us who 've been magistrates or been before the court , or involved in legal processes .
53 But you were saying about er Australia and that I I think at that particular time more so than now whatever was happening in the British pop scene seemed to just happen all over the world you know .
54 The scale of development that 's in Professor Lock 's contemplation is plainly not one that I I think that would directly er affect Richmondshire and so to some extent er I 'm speaking from that perspective .
55 Having said which er I I 've already pointed out that I I see no great potential for fifty hectares in in our area .
56 That was quite funny because it was our first Christmas down there and I was saying to the housekeeper that I I would n't mind having people come and stay and not a problem because we 've got a lovely cooker and we 're going to bring our microwave down from .
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