Example sentences of "a long way to go before [pers pn] " in BNC.Next page
|A Union of Democratic Forces spokesman , Mr Georgi Spassov , said : ‘ This demonstrates that we have a long way to go before we have true democracy in Bulgaria . ’
|Sadly one has to conclude , if the illustrations of lessons reported in the published text are anything to go by ( and one can hardly conceive that the team held back good lessons ) then we still have a long way to go before we can claim with confidence that drama on the curriculum guarantees good education .
|So it is clear we have a long way to go before we can store up all the experiences of humankind .
|‘ We have a long way to go before we are able to record and translate accurately such imprints of ourselves left behind in the void of time .
|‘ There is a long way to go before we break down the ‘ them up at Salisbury ’ attitude . ’
|‘ There 's a long way to go before we break down the ‘ them up at Salisbury attitude ’
|Only in the last few years have real efforts been made to equalize provision for different groups of the disabled and there is still a long way to go before we can claim to have adequate social security in this area .
|This leads me to believe that the questions surrounding male/female relationships are not simple , and we have a long way to go before we can simply pursue the ‘ if only men would ’ formula .
|In spite of very real gains in knowledge , there is a long way to go before we can fully understand why one person is more likely to become mentally ill than another .
|Det Insp Gordon Williams added : ‘ We still have a long way to go before we reach our target .
|In an ideal world we would be recycling and re-using everything , but this is n't possible and we have a long way to go before we can turn all our waste into a resource .
|But markets provide useful competition with local banks , which have a long way to go before they learn to allocate capital efficiently .
|Unfortunately , as this book points out , some of the alternatives may look good on paper but they have a long way to go before they can match the tokamak .
|The Welsh lads have a long way to go before they match that sort of consistency , but it only needs one to become a permanent fixture for everything to change .
|Others , focusing on issues such as the inequality in the wages paid to men and women or the violence that women receive at men 's hands , argue that women still have a long way to go before they are fully liberated .
|At present , we are the only party prepared to grasp the nettle and to recognise that consumers ' interests require both effective competition in the marketplace — the Government have a long way to go before they create that — and effective regulation where the market can not produce a solution .
|And no matter how fresh the lads might get they 'll have a long way to go before they reach your handling , wo n't they , Andrew ? ’
|Actors explain that although ’ Family Pride ’ sets a good precedent , there is still a long way to go before they get more mainstream parts .
|‘ I 've got a long way to go before I 'm thirty , ’ she 'd say .
|But he 's a long way to go before I 'd consider him a success .
|Er and that is , that is one of the problems within the flats , that having got , once got into the complex you might have quite a long way to go before you actually find where you 're going .
|You 've got a long way to go before you can set up on your own .
|The Oxenhope Straw Race has a long way to go before it reaches its centenary , but the aims of the people who organise it and take part are the same as those who in the nineteenth century began the hospital sings at Holmfirth and Mapplewell .
|The DTI still has a long way to go before it can seriously contest the Treasury 's hegemony over matters economic .
|There 's a long way to go before it sounds natural . ’
|A great deal of the plant is now under computerised control although there is still a long way to go before it is as automated as other maltings in the group .
|Romania has a long way to go before it can even begin to climb out of its paralysis .
|Such difficult transition demands time and balance and Romania has a long way to go before it is comfortable with its new identity .
|The manner of Biggs 's defeat was to say the least surprising and on this evidence Mason has still a long way to go before he can think of himself as a genuine contender for the world championship .
|The day left Anselm in possession of the pastoral staff , but there was still a long way to go before he was a fully consecrated archbishop .