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

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1 And of course you are right that this must be about happiness . ’
2 Gaston and Mound are right that in taxonomy , as in science in general , the drive comes from individuals .
3 If Roll and Ross ( 1984 ) are right that there are only four basic economic forces , and that these are the four forces listed in chapter 1 , then estimation of an SBU 's required yield could be attempted by examining the likely sensitivity of the projected SBU returns with just these factors ( inflation , aggregate production , risk premia and the term structure of interest rates ) .
4 The astrologer had been right to warn her off , had been right that his heart was tied up elsewhere .
5 As I say , I would like you to be in fairly close proximity to where I am so that you can see what I 'm doing and hear what I 'm saying .
6 It 's unfair for another reason : most of the walkers , climbers and cavers that come to the Dales , the Lakes and the mountains come because they love them , because they respect them and care for them and want to keep them the way they are so that the people of the future can enjoy the wildness and the greatness of the earth .
7 And , as always , telling us where you are so that we can keep sending you our mailings and the next edition of The Birmingham Magazine .
8 Now why I mean do you think it matters that these things are so that these things are so , that these things which we thought were in , you know private to you , and not available to other people so easily , why do you think it matters that they actually are apparently in return for mo payment , are available to anyone ?
9 I did , you 'll have to forgive me , I mean I think for the sake of those who were not at the meeting erm what we should really say is that actually said that he wanted to hear what kind of a parish we are so that he could attempt to match the , the incoming priest with you know the need of the parish .
10 What I would like is for all the Councillors to look at this , to advise me which other seats they think are indeed the responsibility of and then I 'll go back and go to battle but er I 'd like everybody 's views on which ones they believe they are so that I can do it firmly .
11 ‘ They should stay where they are so that Ulster people can continue to enjoy the excellent facilities and services available . ’
12 had been so that
13 The basic requirements of the rule of law , therefore , are merely that a system of law , understood as lex , exists as a result of the establishment of legislative , executive and judicial offices .
14 In past decades the roof void in most houses has been just that : a black , dusty hole in which to dump unused goods out of sight .
15 In that moment , she almost broke down and told him she loved him desperately , for she could see , finally , that all her pretences in Thailand of his capacity for emotion had been just that : pretences .
16 In the UK , the institutional mechanics are broadly that a government 's intended expenditure plans for the coming four years are drawn up in the autumn of each year , with the upcoming year being the dominant period for consideration .
17 Federal budget requests are just that : requests .
18 Whilst surely representing the pinnacle of guitar mass-production ( 500,000 per year sometimes ) you 're right that only a small percentage seem to have survived in the UK .
19 And although you 're right that they 've been selling flowers for a long time , they underwent a massive re-fit recently .
20 But it 's a compliment it 's a compliment from the company saying we 've got a looking people that we 're quite that people can you know .
21 It was so scary coming you know all them years staying at home you lose all your confidence and it 's a very very good way and I recommend all women to do that who are like me children and have been home that long .
22 Teachers in today 's schools and colleges have to concern themselves with a bewildering multiplicity of factors ; some of them were hinted at in preceding chapters and there are more that were ignored because they were not directly relevant to our theme .
23 The motives for seeking office are partly that the life of a backbench MP soon becomes unsatisfactory and offers so little scope for achievement , for registering even the smallest impact on a restricted area of.public life , that the average MP looks with envy on any minister who has a positive job to perform , however limited the field .
24 It may have been now that Ermold was returned to his beloved Aquitaine , and favour at Pippin 's court .
25 The fears are now that the outgoing government of the Christian Democrats , Socialists , Liberals and Social Democrats will no longer be able to command a majority , leaving a plethora of parties from which it will be impossible to form a working coalition .
26 ‘ She was a dream I held dear , but ‘ t is the woman you are now that I love — sweet and true and courageous . ’
27 But now I wanted to be somewhere that had a future and no past to carry .
28 ‘ The nature garden has given everyone a lift and will be somewhere that the children can enjoy . ’
29 As soon as I can I will tell you when this might be so that we can fix up a time .
30 He concluded : ‘ It seems to me that the only purpose the FBI has in proposing such a law would be so that it can make telephone taps without the cooperation of the telephone company … in other words , what they are asking for is the ability to make warrant-less taps . ’
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