Example sentences of "[noun pl] who have just [vb pp] [adv] " in BNC.

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1 He turned to John Scales who had just come in .
2 Most faces have turned to watch the ā gri who 's just come out of the shrine and is standing in the doorway .
3 It is typical of British tennis that Annabel Croft , who had not played a serious match for five years , should celebrate a light-hearted comeback by beating one of our brightest prospects who has just taken up the game professionally .
4 Breeze wondered why his righteous indignation did not prompt him to offer his seat to one of the women who had just got in , clutching a shopping-basket with one hand and a baby with the other .
5 A high powered Sierra was careering down a steep hill in Wotton under Edge.When the driver reached the bottom he lost control and ploughed into the women who 'd just got out of their parked cars .
6 It 'll change as you get older erm you wo n't necessarily just have that all the time we used to run these courses for students who had just come out of college and they were joining their company to work for the first first time and we used to do this and we used to find that many of the people who had just taken out the job for the first time had very very flat scores .
7 They were the weavers followed by a few tottering sailors who had just come out of another tavern .
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