Example sentences of "[noun sg] of [noun] [adv] over the " in BNC.

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1 The raids were followed by a military action on the ground , and neutral Cambodia was drawn into the conflict , with appalling loss of life there over the next few years .
2 What a growing part of agriculture all over the world had in common was subjection to the industrial world economy .
3 For ears treated surgically there was no significant advantage of adenoidectomy alone over the baseline category of tube insertion alone .
4 These source rocks are the peridotites , and since geophysics tells us that the mantle consists of the same kind of material all over the world , it 's clear that melting part of the mantle beneath Hawaii should produce the same kind of rocks as those produced by melting part of the mantle beneath Iceland .
5 BT has provided £75,000 in support of Teesside Tomorrow over the past three years .
6 Algal , lichen and moss communities grow wherever there is a hint of moisture , in a variety of habitats all over the continent .
7 To some extent , little or much , the Created God has been in course of production all over the world for all time .
8 In the sultry haze of late August , the only noises were the cicadas , the splash of the children in the pool and the rumble of thunder away over the Gorges du Verdon .
9 And with the help of breeders all over the world , they 've made a dramatic comeback .
10 You keep meeting the same people in a sector of industry all over the world . ’
11 A tiny creature which cuts a tracery of lines all over the surface of floating foliage .
12 So , there are these sort of centres all over the country , er but this is the first time that there has been one that has arts and science under the same room .
13 If you ask me , it looks like a load of picture of heads all over the bloody place !
14 The significance of the birth of Christ is not the sudden appearance of angels all over the place , but the fact that such an important person was born in the most humble surroundings — in a poor and lowly stable .
15 Not only can we use the considerable buying power of Guinness to get the best prices , but we can use our knowledge of suppliers all over the world to ensure the highest quality product .
16 the surface of light just over the border .
17 There is going to be a serious shortage of food all over the world during the next year .
18 Particularly in the streets that have undergone a great deal of change since the war , like the street where I live myself , which is another thing that prompted me to , to go into the research in the first place , which is erm a house of small Victorian erm I believe the estate agents call them artisans ' cottages , and this kind of area which , there 's a great deal of this sort of property in Brighton , has undergone enormous changes since the war from being multi-occupied before the war , with one family on each floor , were regarded immediately after the war as slums and were scheduled for demolition , but they 've been a great lease of life all over the country , this sort of property , and been subjected to a process which has come to be known as gentrification , which has meant that when the middle class could n't afford to , to buy semi-detached in suburbs they took to buying this kind of smaller property in town centres , thereby introducing a whole new element into streets that had never seen these , this kind of things done to houses before .
19 I 'm interested in the role of women all over the world , particularly in terms of what effect development strategies have had on women 's position , not merely in India but in other parts of the world as well , because I feel that there are a lot of common experiences which impinge on the problem as it relates to India .
20 This Easter we have seen the groundswell of demand all over the world that the arms race be brought to a standstill .
21 From the pattern of ocean floor magnetic anomalies it is possible to trace the movement of India northwards over the past 80 Ma or so ( Fig. 3.23 ) .
22 Once the plants are laid in the trench , turn the next spit of earth loosely over the roots .
23 Does my hon. Friend agree that many leaders of local industry are giving their time and experience to ensure the great success of TECs all over the United Kingdom and that it is imperative that we , the Government , ensure that they are properly funded ?
24 Much of the syllabus has become part of the training of dancers all over the world .
25 After I had left her she had spilt her cup of tea all over the bedclothes , which had soon become not only wet but cold and wet .
26 They have built up a list of people all over the world who have been sending them football songs and now send Beatles covers as well .
27 The South West Region plays host to a vast number of divers all over the country .
28 Just as the field in sunspots suppresses the flow of radiation locally , so the spread-out field inhibits the general upflow of radiation all over the sun .
29 ‘ We have lost a lot of ponds all over the country , so the ones we do have are even more important as wildlife habitats . ’
30 Paul took this message about life and the mystery of humanity all over the Mediterranean world .
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