Example sentences of "[conj] [verb] [pers pn] " in BNC.

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1 Processing items as soon as possible after soiling and/or submitting them to preliminary treatment .
2 ‘ Thoo should 'ave waited for me afore fastening 'im .
3 FED-UP Gordon Armstrong last night begged Sunderland : ‘ Play me or sell me . ’
4 Ember said more loudly , ‘ So now it 's either sell you or sell me .
5 This sparked immediate criticism that the MMC regulations requiring Bass to free pubs from the tie or sell them had been by-passed .
6 Once a bank purchases such bills it can hold the bills to maturity or sell them in a secondary market to any other bank(s) .
7 We succeed in operating them profitably , but the big national breweries regard such pubs as non-viable and tend to close them or sell them off , with inevitable consequences in the form of unemployment .
8 What d do you make them or sell them or what ?
9 She said I could keep any of the stuff she left behind , or sell it if I wanted , but I du n no about that .
10 ‘ It 's all right , dear , I 'm going to wash everything , and either keep it or sell it .
11 Their accountants advised them to put further capital into the business or sell it .
12 The employer may wish to engage specialist relocation and international removal firms to deal with the employee 's property ( rent it out or sell it ) and to transport household effects to the new location .
13 We endorse Republican legislation , the Pornography Victims Compensation Act , allowing victims of pornography to seek damages from those who make or sell it , especially since the Commission on Pornography , in 1986 , found a direct link between pornography and violent crimes committed against women and children …
14 This is perhaps inevitable because in such cases it is not entirely illogical to argue that if the information was already publicly known why should anyone want to publish it or sell it ?
15 I 'll either bring someone else in to manage it , or sell it .
16 It was yet another of the advantages of belonging to the working class , like always knowing someone who would send her son round to unblock the sink , lay a carpet , get the cat down from the tree , lend you a van for the evening or sell you trainers and tracksuits cheap .
17 ‘ Do not deal with people who come knocking on your door asking if they can do work or sell you goods or services , unless you are sure what you are getting into , ’ says a Gwynedd Trading Standards leaflet .
18 Yeah but they said we ca n't charge you for it he said we sell a new tube or sell you a new tyre he said we can charge you but we ca n't charge you labour .
19 I hope to show you that there are things you can do to improve your frame of mind ; and that this is a necessary preliminary to engaging with change , whether by promoting , implementing or opposing it , in an intelligent and powerful way .
20 ‘ Are you telling me or accusing me ? ’ he asked , his eyes laughing at her .
21 The importance of locational specifications in general can be gauged from the fact that there seem to be two basic ways of referring to objects — by describing or naming them on the one hand , and by locating them on the other ( Lyons , 1977a : 648 ) .
22 But it is illegal to import it , send it through the post or display it to the general public .
23 If he had known his man , and cared for what he knew , he could have battered Albany 's son and heir into surrender , instead of hauling his horse off from crushing or smothering him in the mud .
24 In fact , there is almost always someone keen to take over a neglected historic building , so when a council serves a repairs notice , or the planning committee sends a warning letter , the owners tend to realise there may be some value in the property and either sell it or repair it themselves .
25 I am in two minds whether to change the engine or repair it .
26 By writ dated 6 August 1991 the plaintiffs in the first action , Barclays Bank Plc. claimed £389,431 from the defendants , Glasgow City Council , being moneys had and received to the plaintiffs ' use as having been paid under void contracts ; or contracts for which the consideration had totally failed ; which were traceable by the plaintiffs into the hands of the defendants , the retention of which would be unconscionable ; which would cause the defendants to be unjustly enriched ; or which the defendants held upon an implied or resulting or constructive trust in favour of the plaintiffs ; or to which the plaintiffs were entitled on the grounds that the defendants had spent the money on their lawful activities or applied them towards the discharge of their liabilities .
27 They were amused by the way she consumed endless bowls of ice-cream or asked them to make her special snacks in between the normal meals .
28 I had a number of telephone conversations with him , and an interim letter dated 7 January in which he suggested , or asked me to suggest several possible dates .
29 That would certainly explain why he had n't taken her into the back close , or asked her out .
30 Mr Jordan 's advice to any woman who thinks her doctor has behaved unprofessionally or asked her to do something humiliating is to refuse straightaway and report the incident .
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