Example sentences of "[adv] [conj] [pron] [verb] [pron] the " in BNC.

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1 Although I 've no doubt you know better than we do what the opposition are
2 Information can be given to each child separately ( either verbally or in writing ) , so that no-one knows what the others ' information is .
3 Try a recording in which the camera looks at the class the whole time so that it gives you the teacher's-eye view .
4 Erm ha having gone through that you moved on er and gave out your business card fi first and then the buyer 's guide erm do n't know whether you 're happy doing it that way or whether it 's better round the other way , I I , you , you tend to think if you give somebody the buyer 's guide first when they start to look at it you give them your business card and take it away , perhaps if you do it the other way round they might s start reading the buyer 's guide
5 Only if you understand what the clause is supposed to do , can you assess whether or not it is terribly important to your side and negotiate accordingly .
6 So if you lost something the ninety would increase accordingly ?
7 As I believe that you both did , when you were my age — if you can remember so far back — but I knew you would prevent me from doing so if I told you the truth . ’
8 A Goblin Big Boss has the advantage of being cheap and he will do almost as good a job , especially if you give him the Crown of Command to raise his leadership to 10 .
9 Especially if it gave me the credibility to help a friend in need .
10 So you add them together and you give it the same sign .
11 Well , I tried to turn it into a joke — not a very good one , I admit — but I said something about that party game called consequences , you know where everyone writes down innocent things that get strung together because nobody knows what the others have written and it gets all mixed up so you get a silly story with a stupid ending .
12 I suspect that he is doing so because he believed what the Home Secretary said when he intervened .
13 I wait patiently whilst he gives me the once-over .
14 One , stating that ‘ the great task imposed on us in the struggle against Bolshevism resides in the annihilation of eternal Jewry ’ , went on : ‘ Only when you see what the Jew has brought about here in Russia , can you really understand why the Führer began the struggle against Jewry .
15 They put fluorescent material on that stuff you know , so when you wash it the
16 So when you compare what the politicians are saying in this election , ask yourself these questions .
17 Erm , but bear in mind you know , this works best if you work it the way that you want to work it .
18 " Strictly speaking , you 're going to be dead very soon unless you give me the right instructions . "
19 She seems to think that , just because she fancies me the feeling should be mutual ! ’
20 Er medically , as best as I understand what the doctors tell me , er I 'm er fine to carry the responsibilities and strain of er the cabinet job that I had .
21 just as I did it the bloody filter light came on
22 Now if we were looking at these the other way up right if somebody gave you the triangle
23 She 'd already made a bit of a name for herself , only locally but you know what the Germans are about music , and the district party bosses liked romantic pieces so she became the star turn at their more respectable booze-ups .
24 He was the goalkeeper for Manchester United and I joked later that I threw him the bag of money and he dropped it !
25 S three , probably if you give me the class first it 's probably easier Pete , Peter
26 ‘ My main thought was if I offer him my car how will I get to work tomorrow , and also if I give him the car will I be able to collect the insurance ?
27 I think it would have been a disaster and a recipe for disaster because practically if you know what the situation is in the Moat Centre and the Highfields youth and community centre then people would have never resisted to that change .
28 On the other hand , what are the ethical problems involved in deceiving volunteers , as did Milgram , or hospital doctors , as did Rosenhan , just for the sake of avoiding the problem of their behaving differently because they knew what the experiment was about ?
29 ‘ Mrs Shakespeare , ’ said the interviewer , ‘ now that we know what the terrorists are asking in return for your son 's life , has your view of the situation changed ? ’
30 now that we know what the problem is , we get , we 're on top of it .
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