Example sentences of "be [adv] beginning [to-vb] " in BNC.

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1 For those who have survived the recession intact there has been too much self-interest , need and greed , stab and grab , call it what you will , and companies I believe are suddenly beginning to realise that integrity , ethics and pragmatism may have a ‘ bottom line ’ value in the years to come that the accountant 's profit culture attitude may change a little .
2 I think we are perhaps beginning to find the conventional notions of convenience and comfort , of enjoyment and entertainment , inadequate .
3 We are only beginning to realize the significance of stone .
4 The larger organisations are only beginning to wake up .
5 I have to re-affirm the confidence they are only beginning to find in themselves . ’
6 We are only beginning to come to terms with it .
7 We are only beginning to work out these implications and our chapters of research can only be a base for others to examine in greater detail how our theories work .
8 Having cruelly ignored the band for two years as they dragged their own equipment between some of London 's less than prestigious live dives , people are finally beginning to wake up to the idea of Suede .
9 McGrath admitted that his long-term knee problems , which have resulted in eight operations , are finally beginning to catch up with him .
10 I think you will destroy them ; you are a ruthless woman ; how ruthless I am yet to know and am just beginning to discern .
11 I have gone much further than I intended when I set out on this report and am already beginning to regret the substantial breach in normal departmental procedures which this has involved .
12 Yields in the Swiss capital market for Japanese firms ' bonds are already beginning to reflect the range of issuers ' credit ratings .
13 Sales are already beginning to kindle .
14 They are already beginning to affect the pattern of organisation in the classroom .
15 In more sheltered woods , though , you may find that real spring plants are already beginning to move .
16 Several hotel and leisure groups are already beginning to diversify into this field : they are aiming at the top and more lucrative end of the market , charging fees well above the DSS limits .
17 ‘ A number of different viewpoints are already beginning to emerge .
18 But it is coming , and certainly some of the medium-sized shops , perhaps with a couple of two or three outlets but under the same management , where it 's not quite so easy to see when you 're running out of baked beans , are already beginning to take advantage of some of these retailing computers .
19 People are already beginning to think of pre- and post-AIDS periods just as we in the seventies grew accustomed to thinking of pre- and post-gay liberation periods .
20 Secondly data structures are already beginning to come apart from use structures and GIS plays a central role in this .
21 However , now that it has been decided that a Sunday game of 50 overs per side is a better idea ‘ for cricket ’ , many are already beginning to rue the demise of the 40-overs game .
22 Actually , the frets are already beginning to show marks left by the wound strings , an indication that a fairly soft wire has been used .
23 In Committee we shall draw attention to the many anomalies that are already beginning to pile up .
24 Systems for compliance with the rule are part and parcel of the quality management systems that are already beginning to dominate legal practice .
25 Some enlightened and forward-thinking employers are already beginning to recognise this potential manpower re-source for both full and part-time staff .
26 A rather strange collection of men and women , thought Rupert with an anthropologist 's detachment , none of whom really know each other but between whom waves and currents of feeling are already beginning to pass .
27 Given the Community 's capacity to help other European countries — not only the successful ones who now wish to join , and are already beginning to apply , but the east European countries , with all their problems — it is extraordinary and perverse to suggest that there should be greater disunity in the Community at the very moment when greater aid and support is called for .
28 The bands are just beginning to drift through , but Relief is still on stage .
29 Perhaps we are just beginning to see how the brain works , but we have a long way to go .
30 Combines are just beginning to move in the midlands , with harvest start dates well adrift of last year 's .
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