Example sentences of "with [noun] [prep] all " in BNC.

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1 They describe themselves as ‘ emigres from the South East ’ and truly delight in sharing their lovely home with visitors from all over the world .
2 The company says that the proposals for the incinerator , which would have dealt with waste from all over Ireland , are not longer viable in the current competitive investment climate .
3 Like the ornithologist who has to reach an impossibly remote island by a certain day in the rainy season only to find it overflowing with ornithologists from all over the world choking the woodland tracks with cameras and tripods , trying to catch a fleeting glimpse of a small bird as it hops about in the dripping undergrowth .
4 Her most valuable contribution lay in the relationships she built up with delegates from all round the world .
5 Internal to Digital there is a roaring football conference conducted over VAXnotes with people from all over the world noting every day .
6 No , I 've got her a box of things , I did a little box up with bits in all some for fifty p and a pound , doing that up and hair bands for her , giving her , given a little box with all little bits and pieces in it
7 So , suddenly , the local police station is swamped with detectives from all over the region .
8 Do carry on the good work , in September with encouragement to all new people in your class , and in January with the renewal of your own membership .
9 Edward of England had ordered an advance headquarters to be set up at Bamborough in Northumberland , with levies from all over the North of England to assemble there ; he himself was expected to arrive there in late March or early April , to lead his assault on Scotland in person .
10 On Eastbourne promenade we have created a tropical paradise with flowers from all over the world , and into this setting , flying around in the natural habitat are 100 's of LIVE butterflies .
11 What now of the claims that other primates can communicate with systems in all important respects as complicated as ours ?
12 The habit had given his room — it was hardly an office , packed as it was with artefacts from all over the world — a curious olfactory patina , as though the whole place had been dipped in aromatic tobacco and then hung out to dry .
13 I spent the rest of the weekend in small discussion groups with women from all over the country with a wide variety of ideas and opinions .
14 The bride and groom knelt before the altar , and behind them the benches were packed with nobility from all over Portugal .
15 Fabrication work being carried out with parts from all over the world was on tight timing and penalties .
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