Example sentences of "[pers pn] [vb mod] [adv] [vb infin] [art] [noun sg] " in BNC.

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31 I must not remember the story I set out to tell .
32 ‘ He said I must cheerfully accept the sacrifice ?
33 I must now examine the case that has been pleaded against the third , fourth and fifth defendants in the light of the analysis of section 6(2) and section 61(1) that I have attempted .
34 I must now draw a distinction between two types of ferreting .
35 I must now mention a point which I hope will not give rise to difficulties .
36 I must frankly admit the fact , ’ he remarked , ‘ that to the people of Northern Ireland it does not seem that the battle against terrorism is being won fast enough . ’
37 It was to some extent a class conflict and , although I am glad to have had what is commonly regarded as a ‘ good education ’ , I must seriously doubt the wisdom of the County Council 's charitable and well-intentioned scheme .
38 The only complaint — and she was not really complaining against her uncle , perhaps I should rather say the cause for depression — was that from time to time she was very homesick and longed to see her mother and girls of her own age . ’
39 Yeah but I should probably get a bit of today there , no problem .
40 ‘ Yes , ’ I began , ‘ I should just like a practice … ’
41 Perhaps I should just say a word about that that operation since you 've raised it , because it is one type of job that we do , that is taking part in a rather large group , in this case sponsored by the Commonwealth Secretariat at the request of the government of Uganda after the fall of erm of Amin , to assess the rehabilitation needs of the country and to suggest what policies should be priority policies for their point of view and what contribution could be made by other countries through aid and erm other ways of technical assistance and fellowships for training and so forth , to help in this rehabilitation .
42 I should also mention the mess left near the bridge on Gubberford Lane Scorton after work done recently to clean up the sides of the bridge .
43 For the sake of completeness , I should also mention the development of the fuel cycle from the mine to reprocessing , which France and Great Britain have mastered .
44 His letters closes with : ‘ I should also welcome the opportunity to discuss the publication of the board 's advice . ’
45 I should not like the responsibility of destroying such a rare plant . ’
46 He exclaimed , " Woe is me , if I only had my two darling nephews I should not lack a champion . "
47 Mom said I should n't miss the dawn at sea , she said it 's kind of beautiful . ’
48 I should n't change a hair .
49 Oh at Handsworth , I 'm meant to go there this evening to speak to the domestic bursar the residents ' officer and someone else , God knows , from the university to put my case forward for why I had to leave Handsworth and that , why I should n't pay the money .
50 However , she did it well , and I should n't think the butcher ever quite forgot the lady with the red hair .
51 Yeah the week after that week I should n't have a day off
52 I should n't use the word at my age but , hell , that 's what it was . ’
53 ‘ Are you sure I should n't get a doctor ? ’ she asked .
54 I should n't get the blame for something I did n't do . ’
55 I 'll admit from the start that my own attempt to arpeggiate the Gambale way sounds more like Sooty than Sweep picking , but I console myself by thinking that I should n't let a signature model impose another player 's personality on my own style !
56 Some of them turned out to be not as indifferent to my plight as I 'd feared they all would be , and a few murmured that if I did really feel strongly about the way I had been treated , I should indeed take the matter up with the Senate .
57 That I should ever see the day … ’
58 Perhaps I should always take the case for his solution as being 20% stronger than it would otherwise appear to me to be .
59 He told me I should never use a leash .
60 Without proof I should really lay the idea to rest .
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