Example sentences of "[conj] it be [adv] [verb] that " in BNC.

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1 To assess and provide onward referral for individuals to specialist agencies , where it is reasonably considered that the individual 's personal difficulties adversely affect their functioning at work .
2 Even where it is positively established that the right person was questioned , who by being present at the time had the nominal responsibility for cleaning the surface in question , the true reason for the fault may lie elsewhere being the result of one or other of the following factors :
3 American news coverage of the 1960s riots first came under academic scrutiny in the aftermath of the Watts riot , where it was generally felt that media reporting had exacerbated the conflict .
4 The hearing was held at Horseferry Road Magistrates Court where it was eventually decided that there was a case to answer , and Bogdanov was committed for trial .
5 Glanville Jones ' ideas were based initially on studies of medieval Wales , where it was formerly assumed that a dispersed settlement pattern of pastoral farms had been the norm .
6 This was forgotten by the draftsman in British Railways Board v Elgar House Ltd ( 1969 ) 209 EG 1313 , where it was nevertheless held that for the purposes of the rent calculation parts of the demised property occupied by the headtenant should be deemed to be let at a rack rent .
7 Clashes and scores of casualties continued elsewhere in south-east Turkey , where it was now estimated that about one-third of the Turkish army , or 150,000 troops , were deployed .
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9 Although it is generally assumed that the free movement of persons within the European Community will increase the impact of ‘ international crime ’ on the internal security problems of the Member States and that more intensive and more effective law enforcement co-operation will be required , there is uncertainty about how better co-ordination can be achieved .
10 Experts continue to disagree about how to extrapolate from one to the other , although it is generally accepted that even the smallest dose carries a health risk .
11 Although it is generally accepted that the globular domain of H1 or H5 binds to the exit and entry points of nucleosomal DNA , there are currently many conflicting models for the detailed picture of how this is achieved .
12 Although it is generally supposed that the first truly mechanical escapement was of the verge-and-foliot type found in various church clocks throughout Europe , the earliest escapement of which we have definite detailed knowledge is that of the clock designed for the Abbey of St Albans c.1328 by Richard of Wallingford ( c.1292–1336 ) , the son of a blacksmith , who became Abbot in 1327 .
13 The point being made is that although it is ultimately envisaged that the EC will be similar to the USA with each member country being akin to a state and it even being billed as the ‘ United States of Europe ’ , is it a reality when one considers differences in attitude , culture , language and even religion ?
14 Although it is widely believed that the Spanish encountered an almost pristine landscape in AD 1521 ( refs 1–3 ) , some archival and palaeolimnological studies have suggested that extensive land clearance began before European contact , during the Preclassic to Postclassic periods .
15 Although it is widely agreed that successful innovations need to couple R&D , manufacturing , and marketing activities to ensure that new products can be manufactured at reasonable cost and are attractive to consumers , it is not completely obvious that this means that all three activities always need to be conducted under the same roof .
16 Although it is clearly established that Nicholl served in the Grenadier Company , the wings are laced to the pattern of a Light Company .
17 Although it is repeatedly said that at common law a man must keep his fire ‘ at his peril , ’ research shows that we can not be sure that at any period in the history of the common law a man was absolutely liable for the escape of his fire .
18 Although it is sometimes realized that the demands of public sector accountability and decision making in a political context can serve to limit the extent to which concepts of efficiency derived from the private sector can be applied uncritically in the public sector domain , there nevertheless remains a feeling that much more could be done to improve resource utilisation .
19 The rights to Presley 's ‘ Sun ’ recordings were acquired by RCA Victor together with the rights to the artist , and although it is now known that the tapes in RCA Victor 's vault are not actually the 1955 originals , they are extremely good copies , and all have been reissued on compact disc .
20 Although it is obviously hoped that these accounts will be interesting as economic history , whatever they reveal about the working and role of government may also be relevant and applicable today .
21 Although it is commonly assumed that these tests reflect compliance with the diatary treatment , this has never really been proved for ingestion of small amounts of gluten .
22 Thus although it is commonly suggested that the notion of certainty is relevant to the analysis of claims to knowledge , but not to the analysis of knowledge itself ( e.g. , in Woozley , 1953 ) , this leaves us with no method of explaining why certainty should be required before one can claim knowledge when it is not required for knowledge itself , i.e. , for the existence of what one is claiming .
23 For although it is constantly argued that the police represent and are drawn from the community they serve , the cultural style required in the body of the police officer inevitably sets him slightly apart from the ‘ civvies ’ outside the institution , especially where such symbolic use of clothing and beards or hair is the province of the youthful innovator .
24 Although it is often assumed that these were one and the same battle , there is no evidence that Clovis fought at Zülpich , and it is possible that they were separate events .
25 Although it is often claimed that exercise has a beneficial psychological effect in its own right , the evidence for this is scanty and it is always difficult to separate the specific effect of exercise from the moral support and social contact which usually goes with it .
26 Although it is often claimed that the camera does not lie , when using old photographs for historical purposes pupils need to give attention to the processes involved in choosing a subject and taking a photograph .
27 Rob Andrew went off with a bang on the nose which needed an X-ray , although it was later revealed that there was no fracture , while his replacement Stuart Barnes had 12 stitches in a head wound caused by a stray boot .
28 The final total was 606 , scored in only ten hours of excellent batsmanship , although it was widely felt that the England selectors had helped them along by omitting Foster and playing two spinners , Cook and Miller , on a pitch of low bounce .
29 The need for war , then , was fairly generally accepted , although it was widely recognized that it brought destruction and death .
30 Whether they had taken such action with the explicit authorisation of President Gorbachev remained unclear , although it was widely agreed that he had failed to respond adequately to the loss of life that had occurred .
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