Example sentences of "go [adv] far as to say that " in BNC.Next page
|I would wager that he goes so far as to say that I broke down in his room , stuttering out the words of my so-called confession between chokes and tears , unable to speak properly .
|But , as Mr Nearn points out , it is a driver 's car , and motoring journalists have heaped it with praise for many years , one even going so far as to say that your smile ‘ will need surgically removing ’ after driving one .
|‘ For now , it seems , the prince has revealed to Sir Thomas the depth of his regard for you — even going so far as to say that if in due course he may not marry yourself , he will remain unwed .
|Some of the delayed motorists were distinctly lacking in respect , one going as far as to say that if he were going to get buried he 'd have a bit more consideration for other road users .
|And Monachesi ( 1960 , p.49 ) goes as far as to say that ‘ The reader will find proposed in his essay practically all of the important reforms in the administration of criminal justice and in penology which have been achieved in the civilised world since 1764 ’ .
|We go so far as to say that in choice of partner it is a wise unconscious that falls in love with and marries its own unrecognized problem and then in marriage recreates the problematic situation .
|SSL is claimed to be very difficult for ( hearing ) adults to learn ; some go so far as to say that it is impossible .
|But he never went so far as to say that his intention was to qualify for legal aid , the court said .
|Peter Robinson went so far as to say that until late 1974 ‘ there was no party ’ .
|Indeed , he went so far as to say that he was almost dreading stepping on to the golf course , full of grim forebodings on the practice ground and no better on the practice green .
|Maslow went so far as to say that ill people who treat their fellow men with kindness are forces for mental health and those who disdain or belittle other men are forces for mental illness .
|He even went so far as to say that he would n't do the picture without her .
|Indeed , some Keynesians went so far as to say that money is unimport-ant since it only exerts an influence on economic activity via interest rates , and then without much success .
|Those extreme inductivists , the logical positivists , went so far as to say that theories only have meaning insofar as they can be verified by direct observation .
|One writer went so far as to say that this construction ‘ flies in the face of the settled interpretation of this provision . ’
|Talking to Andre Malraux years later , Picasso went so far as to say that it was on this occasion that he all of a sudden received the revelation of why he was a painter at all and that ‘ I realized what painting was all about ’ .
|They tell me that Mr. Stavanger has a magnificent record , and is very highly thought of in shipping circles — indeed , they went so far as to say that they 'd recommend the bank 's board to support him through thick and thin .
|In fact , one adherent of the New Cambridge School , Lord Kaldor ( 1980 ) , went so far as to say that there is no empirical support for a high PSBR leading either to substantial growth in money supply or to high rates of interest .
|Again perceptions of the value of these interviews differed , but one teacher went so far as to say that if it needed an appraisal to bring these advisers into the school then it was worth it .
|Tolstoy went so far as to say that " He who was not alive in the Russia of 1856 does not know what life is " .
|Indeed , he went so far as to say that Britain 's justice system had been badly bruised by the Government 's failure in this respect .
|Because of his Cartesianism , Malebranche could not go so far as to say that material objects were not really extended or in motion , but Pierre Bayle had argued that such restraint was unjustifiable .
|Indeed , I would go so far as to say that a doctor who continued treatment past this point would be behaving at least unethically , if not unlawfully .
|Tape Worm : I 'm normally very polite and hardly swear , but I 'd go so far as to say that Tape Worm is one ugly ( Censored ! — Ed ) .
|In fact , I would go so far as to say that there is almost a feeling of relief here that Clause 28 is associated with someone so widely discredited .
|Some of us might go so far as to say that the Genesis account of creation is not literal history but myth in Lewis 's sense .
|Bill : I do n't know if anybody feels they have , but this is a thing which I felt was central to the gay movement of the seventies and I think I would go so far as to say that I assume that most of my close friends feel , like Mark , that it 's fine to have special relationships but it is n't fine to have ones where you are n't allowed to have anything else and also that there 's nothing more deadly to a relationship when you are trying desperately not to have it off with anybody else because you feel guilty about it .
|But must we go so far as to say that the USSR will not resort to force unless she is certain to get away with it ?
|We might almost go so far as to say that Lyly has embroidered an elaborate garment round the simple idea " Euphues was a young coxcomb " .
|Indeed , one might even go so far as to say that , were it not for the ‘ discovery ’ of Siberia 's seemingly inexhaustible resources of ‘ soft gold ’ , that is , an abundance of fur-bearing mammals — in particular the highly-prized sable — the Muscovite government would have been without the economic foundation for the growth of its political power .