Example sentences of "go some way to [v-ing] " in BNC.

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31 The examination is a collection of questions and individually a question goes some way to satisfying the requirements of the examination .
32 Sterling 's suspension from the Exchange Rate Mechanism restored freedom of manoeuvre to the Chancellor , who then celebrated this by going some way to dismantling the interest rates whose exaggerated level was needed to keep sterling in touch with the DM within the ERM .
33 But through sensitive playing and a warm humorous script by Bennett , the play went some way to portraying the normality of life with a daughter who is ‘ not quite right ’ .
34 It would have been impossible to predict the way events developed after October 1917 , and the policy of the Party seemed on numerous grounds to be the most sensible , the only one which went some way to reconciling the need for large economic units ( which , rightly or wrongly , was assumed to be decisive for material progress ) and for democracy , understood as the right of peoples to choose their own State .
35 The whole anthem affair has been dealt with and the minute 's silence at Newlands went some way to repairing the damage of Ellis Park .
36 It went some way to repairing their damaged pride after their defeat by Swindon Town at the weekend , Mickey Inotta was there ; Mickey it must have cheered you up a bit .
37 the philosophy and objectives of the 1981 Education Act , which went some way to implementing the Warnock recommendations , are not much in evidence in the latest legislation .
38 The draft went some way to meeting ANC demands for curbs on political parties and the security forces .
39 This last-minute addition went some way to satisfying the psychiatric lobby who had pressed for continuing health authority control .
40 Europe , not the States , was still the mecca , and many shopping trips by eager Scousers willing to supply the demand in their home city went some way to doing this .
41 The leaders of Mali , Niger , Libya and Algeria , at a summit hosted by the Algerians in the town of Djanet on Sept. 8-9 , agreed that a joint ministerial committee would address " the resettlement of the concerned peoples and their integration " , and went some way to defusing the tension over Malian accusations that Libya was arming and training the Tuaregs .
42 These experiments do not support the notion that poor readers are unlikely to use context when reading , and go some way to suggesting that it is the poor readers who rely on context to aid their weak word-recognition skills .
43 New observations go some way to patching up that discrepancy but also bring difficulties of their own .
44 I hope these observations go some way to addressing your concerns .
45 Although we accept the Government 's recent concessions go some way to meeting the concerns expressed at second reading , we believe an additional amendment is crucial .
46 These , taken together with inferences drawn from what the rebels did , go some way to explaining why the revolt took place .
47 But the electrophysiological examples I have described go some way to countering Wittgenstein 's negative assertion : ‘ No supposition seems to me more natural than that there is no process in the brain correlated with associating or with thinking ; so that it would be impossible to read off thought-processes from brain-processes ’ ( Zettel , paragraph 608 , Anscombe 's translation , 1967 ) .
48 Coun Bill Dixon ( Lab ) , chairman of the committee , said he was delighted to be involved in a scheme which will go some way to easing the town 's critical housing shortage .
49 He also argues his idea would go some way to helping save the rainforest , part of which is used to make charcoal .
50 Does my right hon. Friend envisage the creation of a Territorial Army element in the Household Division , which would go some way to alleviating the greatly increased overstretch that the 40 per cent .
51 The Boards ' lines of defence against this — replacement costs were hypothetical and difficult to estimate , tax complications might follow — read like a weary defence of the status quo , but the Ministry did in the end accept that their creation of special ad hoc depreciation reserves did go some way to meeting the point .
52 Salt has the effect of reducing the excretion of urine and as a bonus , it will go some way to controlling some of the parasites that your fish may have .
53 Hopefully this brief article will go some way to redressing this .
54 The paper accepted at the November Council on ‘ Suggested Changes to Branch Recruitment ’ will go some way to addressing these problems .
55 While the Environment Protection Act will go some way to addressing the situation it does not seem to take into account those owners who will not care if their dog is impounded and destroyed and certainly will not pay to save it .
56 However , there are some excellent ‘ repair' products around that will go some way to making your hair visibly smoother , glossier and much easier to comb .
57 He would go some way to doing so if he told the House tonight that he intends to monitor carefully what is happening and to initiate independent research into the strengths and weaknesses of the new system in its initial stages .
58 Audit regulation , changes to the disciplinary arrangements and the continuing development of accounting and auditing standards may go some way to increasing public confidence in the profession ; and various other proposed regulations and changes to the law , such as preventing directors of public companies from exercising any influence over the appointment and removal of auditors , might have more effect than any of the steps which have been taken so far .
59 These recommendations , if they can be fully implemented , should go some way to increasing the globalisation of securities markets by smoothing out problems in world clearance and settlement systems .
60 In this volume we have tried to bring together a collection that will go some way to answering these questions without losing sight of either city experience in a welter of academic abstraction or powerful analysis in a stream of political rhetoric .
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