Example sentences of "[conj] it [adv] [verb] " in BNC.

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31 The visioncare business , which Pilkington has been nurturing for three years and where it now ranks in the world 's top three , increased its operating profits by £4.4 million to £18.8 million .
32 The visioncare business , which Pilkington has been nurturing for three years and where it now ranks in the world 's top three , increased its operating profits by £4.4 million to £18.8 million .
33 In 1977 it reformed as a more practical campaigning organization and moved to Mexico City where it now works with low-income women .
34 The Community 's authority would be extended to many areas , like health and education , where it now has no legal remit ; majority voting in the Council of Ministers would be reinforced ; the European Parliament would be given extra power to block laws it does not like ; and a small step might be taken towards a common EC defence policy .
35 It will maintain a sales and support network in the 150 countries where it now has a presence , but there may be cuts in both Wang employee numbers and the type of facilities it will operate .
36 This moved , long since , up to the campus , where it now has premises on one side of the main gateway .
37 I , personally , do not think it a very good idea to have carpet in the dining room where it only picks up smells and gets dirtier more quickly than in most places since people do , without fail , drop things .
38 The charge is then transferred onto a sheet of paper where it then attracts ( or repels ) particles of finely ground black plastic and so creates the black and white areas of the finished page .
39 With an oath the Weasel hurled the time-teller far out into the heather , where it possibly hit a stone .
40 That night , when he awoke in the full certainty that someone else was in the room , he reached for it , where it usually lay by his headrest ; but he had barely moved before he felt its point at his throat .
41 Did it come down in remote forest land where it still lay , gradually decaying ?
42 But instead of looking at her , he was staring down at her hand where it still lay on his arm .
43 Nor is Zurich neglecting its home base , where it still earns nearly a quarter of its premiums and does nearly half of its life insurance business .
44 Nonetheless , the right of journalists and broadcasters to demand trial by jury , in those areas of criminal law where it still exists , is an important security against interference with media freedoms — for reasons explained in 1885 by Dicey , the leading writer on our unwritten constitution : " Freedom of discussion is , then , in England little else than the right to write or say anything which a jury , consisting of 12 shopkeepers , think it expedient should be said or written …
45 The business was set up in one upstairs room in premises on High Row and moved to Priestgate in the early 1900s where it still practises , on a much larger scale , with a staff of more than 50 .
46 In its capacity as spokesman the BDDA was particularly active in the educational field , where it never ceased to act as a pressure group in favour of the combined system .
47 Dredge tried to hog the credit , but it 's clear to me where it really belongs .
48 Mike is always the first man on the drive , where it really hurts , and he can stay on his feet .
49 ‘ But you 're still not hitting him where it really hurts . ’
50 But where it really takes off is in the central performances by De Niro and Williams .
51 Bureaucracies , for example , are almost invariably forced to embrace a de minimis rule in order to be able to achieve their tasks where it really matters .
52 FitzAlan tossed the gown carelessly on to the stool , where it promptly slithered to the floor .
53 When all else failed , or it simply appealed to her a woman could always turn to the ranks for employment .
54 Erm so whether you think of it as the point is now whizzing round infinitely quickly , or it just stopped ,
55 Or it certainly has been for me .
56 Either it gets through completely or it totally fails to do so , the whole hog or nothing .
57 HERE IN THE STORE is where you should feel a little scared , except it still seems like a game , and the hardware lining the walls , to the uninitiated , still like toys .
58 But although it clearly had dramatic effects on the nerves of Conservative Central Office there is no evidence of any major shift in voting intentions at that time .
59 Although it clearly plumps for quality , not bulk , the draft 's shopping-list of wants soon smothers this principle .
60 Although it clearly superseded the Five Compilations ( all previous collections now being declared null and void ) it obviously included much of the law found there .
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