Example sentences of "go a long way to [v-ing] " in BNC.Next page
|Whether it 's a long-term or short-term problem you will find gentle exercise and relaxation through yoga will be beneficial to you mentally and physically , and we always find that a good massage goes a long way to easing tension and making you feel better .
|Little was known about the products of many of these areas , and much research still needs to be done but Collecting Lustreware goes a long way to redressing the balance .
|The actual construction of a carpet goes a long way to determining how long it will keep its original appearance .
|The Law Society have now introduced the Client Care Scheme , which goes a long way to bonding this relationship at the outset .
|The WYSIWYG add-in goes a long way to helping you see how your masterpiece will eventually print out — but only approximately ( it 's pretty much like Windows 1-2-3 in that respect ! ) .
|In this way , the learner will gain confidence , and this goes a long way to promoting safe practice if at a later time adequate guidance and support are lacking .
|In Fox 's case , practice obviously goes a long way to making perfect .
|Huntington 's argument goes a long way to making clear the disappointment a reader experiences if he approaches the Wellsian SF novels in chronological order .
|Bourdieu goes a long way to remedying this defect in his treatment of actual practices in his structure ( fields ) .
|This is a real advantage when using the A2 live and also goes a long way to keeping the engineer happy in the studio , without taking precious minutes to reprogram .
|After all , that is the first thing about us that others see and a well-groomed , well-dressed image reflected back at us from the mirror goes a long way to bolstering our private and public confidence .
|People do n't usually hit out unless they are upset or angry , so showing you understand their feelings goes a long way to preventing them from expressing that anger towards you .
|The incident goes a long way to explaining Chapman 's later enthusiasm for floodlit football .
|Health Secretary Virginia Bottomley is a regular , and the restaurant also goes a long way to explaining Home Secretary Kenneth Clarke 's well-rounded appearance .
|That undoubtedly goes a long way to explaining the inspectors ' report .
|At last there was room for a central bureau of information , which went a long way to reducing the confusion caused by overlapping responsibilities .
|Those who question Taylor 's future were left to swallow a performance that went a long way to answering the questions against the England manager .
|Reluctant as he was to part with evidence that went a long way to exonerating Colin , he knew surrendering it voluntarily was vastly preferable to having it seized .
|The figures for applications heard by a single Lord Justice and two and three Lords Justices went a long way to explaining why , despite the facts that the rate at which appeals were begun had shown little change over the years , there had been some small increase in judge-power and that major improvements had been made in the court 's procedures , the number of appeals outstanding at the end of each year and the lead times for hearing appeals showed no real improvement .
|While the press , led by The Hindu , has gone a long way to proving that Bofors handed out millions of dollars to Indian middlemen , the identity of the ultimate recipients of the money remains a mystery .
|Fortunately , our neutering scheme has gone a long way to alleviating this problem . ’
|He is still extremely grateful to the SMH , though his results on behalf of the paper since have gone a long way to repaying any debt of gratitude .
|The availability of rebates has , however , gone a long way to meeting this objection .
|Cuba has gone a long way to reducing gender inequalities , though power relations still clearly favour men , a fact of which all Cubans , including their leaders , are very aware .
|The computerised exchange — known as Direct Dialling In ( DDI ) — has already gone a long way to reducing delays for the thousands of callers daily using the Essex Rivers Healthcare Trust switchboards .
|Even broken sets can fetch large sums , and a complete bound run is likely to cost the buyer anything up to £4,000 , which would have gone a long way to paying Ackermann 's army of workmen .
|In terms of the Midlands ' representation in the Premier League the game was wasted as Notts County 's victory is unlikely to save them while the three points would have gone a long way to ensuring Coventry 's place .
|You may not end up with an athlete 's heart through aerobic walking , but you will have gone a long way to improving its strength and efficiency , thus ensuring a longer and healthier life .
|So if we could use , insist on issuing licences , that would go a long way to sorting some of these of these problems out .
|This election could go a long way to sorting that out .