Example sentences of "[pron] have just [vb pp] [adv prt] from " in BNC.

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1 The big one looked down at me as if I 'd just crawled out from under .
2 Well I c I I 've seen so many things over the year I just do n't believe it until I actually see it and th literally four weeks ago , I 'd just got back from Germany , went on a meeting the following morning and it 's that gentleman there , Steve , and h he 's got some pictures in his pocket which will prove exactly what we 're talking about .
3 That was er I 'd just got back from work .
4 The duvet , I 'd just taken back from the dry cleaners !
5 I had just got up from my chair when the crash happened .
6 In fact , I 've just flown back from the States today , and you 'll be glad to hear that the doctors assured me that Liz and Owen are on the road to a full recovery . ’
7 I 've just come back from France .
8 ‘ Dear Loretta , ’ she read , ‘ I 've just come back from an official trip to Italy , and I squeezed in a visit to a peace camp while I was there .
9 I 've just come back from the Thomas Garlands ’ place , sir . ’
10 I 'm not being rude now , I 've just come back from the Gambia and I have n't stopped
11 I 've just driven down from Manchester and I 'm slightly knackered .
12 I have just come back from lecturing in New York and I am off to lecture in Hong Kong .
13 I have just come back from talking to Alfred and I telephoned Maurice . ’
14 May I remind him that the London Arts Board , which has just taken over from Greater London Arts , is settling down well to the work of funding arts associations throughout London .
15 Don Mini turned to one of the robins which had just come back from a practice flight with a child Minpin on its back .
16 What about Timo Metsola 's electronics outfit in Finland — where you 've just flown back from ?
17 You 've just got back from Rhodes , we hear . ’
18 You know you th either come back and they 're embracing each other and cuddling and there 're a few tears and everything and er everything 's hunkydory and you start traipsing back in with all the bloody stuff you 've just brought out from beforehand you see .
19 Agnes had taken a smaller one ; she had just got back from her service 's registry .
20 It was quite soon after the terrible motor accident that had crippled him for life , and she had just come in from the garden with a bunch of flowers for him .
21 She opened the door before Massingham had time to ring , her handsome shield-shaped face composed under the light brown fringe , and looking in her shirt , slacks and leather jerkin as elegantly informal as if she had just come in from a country walk .
22 Kathleen looked over at the square cardboard box she had just brought back from Dorothea .
23 It was a programme about the ( then ) proposed orbital cities , and even boasted an interview with a very youthful Ewan Famber , who had just passed out from the Tech-Green High College weighed down with honours and acclamations .
24 And then she saw to her amazement that the man who had just climbed down from the cab was knocking on her door .
25 ONLY a dealer who had just come back from a weekend in the Kalahari desert would have been surprised to hear of yesterday 's agreed £337.6m bid by MB Group for Caradon , the Twyfords and Everest building products group , so comprehensive has been the pre-match publicity .
26 At last week-end 's ICA conference , the film generated a single comment , from a producer on Channel 4 's Out series , Claire Beavan , who had just come back from America where she was making a programme about Hollywood homophobia .
27 In 1911 he returned to railway service as personal assistant to ( Sir ) H. Nigel Gresley [ q.v. ] , who had just taken over from Ivatt on the Great Northern railway .
28 She 's just moved up from Kent and has come with packing cases full of cups and medals : a winning record which was topped this week with the Champion of Champions trophy and an ambition to become the world 's number one .
29 They 'll probably be in all night and she 's just walked up from the bingo and toddle in there .
30 ‘ There y'ar , Sergeant Joe , ’ beamed Mrs Beavis , ‘ this young lady 's our new lodger , she 's just took the front room , she 's just come over from France .
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