Example sentences of "[verb] [not/n't] go " in BNC.

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31 It did not go of its own accord .
32 She did not go to the post office the next evening or the next .
33 Outwardly it had been the easiest and quietest of times that the house had ever known but the unease did not go away .
34 Even the otherwise haughty Surrey committee was moved to complain about this lack of common courtesy , though naturally they did not go so far as to suggest meals should be taken in common .
35 All did not go against the Key Company , however ; prisoners were taken at some of the incidents , some carrying vital information .
36 The life of the University both did and did not go on .
37 The girls admitted they did not go to discos , but said they had friends .
38 Describing the American feature film , The Last Temptation of Christ , to which he awarded a certificate , as a challenging religious film he said that acontroversial scene : ‘ It indicated that Christ had sex , but it did not go on for 14 minutes . ’
39 However , Mrs Thatcher did not go into any detail about how the suggested British scheme for allowing different currencies to compete freely throughout the Community would necessarily produce the kind of central bank and co-ordinated monetary and economic policies which the others believe is essential .
40 Some dubbed it a cosmetic exercise which did not go far enough and said too many concessions had already been made to industry .
41 Proposals to curb litter and waste did not go far enough and would land local authorities with extra bills but no additional resources .
42 This did not go down well .
43 The boy , unlike the dog , knew that the mud did not go on for ever ; beyond the bridge , the disused railway embankment along which they were walking became built up , so that water ran off it .
44 Many people felt that the Thorneycroft/Mountbatten reorganization did not go far enough , and that Service Departments should have been abolished and a completely functional organization adopted .
45 Things did not go according to Mr Takeshita 's plan .
46 America 's first hostile bids did not go over the heads of the managers , but that did not make them friendly .
47 Unlike Mr Milken , though , Morgan did not go to jail .
48 We did not go in search of miracles , we invited them to come to us .
49 Particularly in their polemical passages they have a freshness and directness , such assurance that the world is now their oyster , that it is easy to forget that they did not go uncriticized .
50 The next upset came when he was chosen for the 1948–9 tour of India but asked , as a professional , to be paid £250 ; the WICBC refused , Worrell declined to back down , and he did not go .
51 Worrell did not go on that tour , but when West Indies went to England in 1957 under Goddard he was annoyed that the vice-captaincy went to Clyde Walcott ; Worrell and Walcott , while friends , were never all that close , in fact , whereas Worrell and Weekes were .
52 So they did not go anywhere near the doctor .
53 They did not go out giving intellectual addresses saying : ‘ Come to our seminar and we 'll discuss the epistemological significance of the empty tomb .
54 If something did not go right , such as missing a train — even if it was her own fault — she flew into a rage .
55 He and Pam had taken off on the very day the fair ended — a fact that did not go unnoticed by the locals .
56 ’ , ‘ Gently , gently , the floor … ’ ) , seeing that all was well I did not go right in or disturb the piles of old magazines , wormy furniture , books , and china lying there ; after all , they belonged to the house .
57 Fortunately , it usually happened that the rejected lover did not go away , and when at last the heroine was free , there he was , waiting still .
58 But , from the start , the event did not go according to plan .
59 At a meeting in the Ulster Hall , he insisted that if the RUC did not go in and remove the offensive flag , then he would do it himself .
60 This remark did not go down well with Alcuin , who thought he was being criticized , but we can see what it meant to the late ninth-century writer who reported it .
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