Example sentences of "have [adv] [vb pp] [adv prt] from [noun prp] " in BNC.

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1 The madman has just flown in from Rome on a whim , to spend a few days with me here .
2 One British firm has just come back from France with almost £1m for its contribution towards landscaping .
3 ‘ He has just come back from Canada and he will go back to Canada . ’
4 Pierre Berton , who wrote the books , has just got back from Vancouver .
5 May I remind him that the London Arts Board , which has just taken over from Greater London Arts , is settling down well to the work of funding arts associations throughout London .
6 There is a considerable shake-up at the Northern Ireland Office , where Sir Patrick Mayhew has already taken over from Mr Peter Brooke as Secretary of State .
7 No changes … a new skipper though Shaun Taylor has officially taken over from Ross Maclaren …
8 Well I c I I 've seen so many things over the year I just do n't believe it until I actually see it and th literally four weeks ago , I 'd just got back from Germany , went on a meeting the following morning and it 's that gentleman there , Steve , and h he 's got some pictures in his pocket which will prove exactly what we 're talking about .
9 But anyway , talking about engineering as a whole , quite obviously it 's interesting to go back a bit because I 'm always interested in the way the institutions actually started because er there 's a lovely story about er , the Stephenson brothers and tho , ju , having just come down from Scarborough on a mini-holiday we stopped at York and I went over a great big museum there , and quite obviously seeing the marvellous locomotives you realise that George Stevenson had er , a lot to do with that .
10 Apart from that , though , the whole crew might have just come in from Ellis Island Caduta herself was clearly the queen bee here .
11 Among those I met or saw were the Begum Aga Khan , who was with her very attractive daughter Princess Zahra Aga Khan ; the Director General of the British Equestrian Foundation Major Malcolm Wallace , two of our top Event riders Miss Karen Straker and Mrs Jane Thelwall ; and Mr Andrew Dixon , who had all come over from England with the Hermès party ; Mr Peter Laing , the Hon.
12 ( Jiang Zemin , CCP general secretary , was elected to succeed him , as the only candidate , on April 4 : Jiang had already taken over from Deng , in November 1989 , the chairmanship of the party CMC . )
13 I 've just driven down from Manchester and I 'm slightly knackered .
14 We 've just come back from Chile , where chemical pollution , factory fishing , and poverty are the everyday reality facing fishermen , slowly destroying their ability to make a living and support their families .
15 I 've just come back from France .
16 Oh Well we 've just come back from America we 've been in America for three years .
17 And camping We 've just come back from Cornwall and it was very wet .
18 ‘ You 've just got back from Rhodes , we hear . ’
19 ‘ We 've just got back from Southampton , ’ said my mother , as though this circumstance presented a total barrier to further movement .
20 ‘ I 'd finally won custody of my daughter Eva and we had just moved down from Scotland to Leeds with my boyfriend Glynn .
21 Kathleen looked over at the square cardboard box she had just brought back from Dorothea .
22 In 1911 he returned to railway service as personal assistant to ( Sir ) H. Nigel Gresley [ q.v. ] , who had just taken over from Ivatt on the Great Northern railway .
23 At last week-end 's ICA conference , the film generated a single comment , from a producer on Channel 4 's Out series , Claire Beavan , who had just come back from America where she was making a programme about Hollywood homophobia .
24 Tremayne made more than his usual fuss over Fiona , sensing some sort of turmoil , telling her comfortably that Mackie had just come back from Ascot races where he 'd sent a runner for the apprentice race which had proved a total waste of time .
25 His stage set , along with the thumping music , flashing lights , and dry-ice clouds that go with it , had just come in from Scotland , and was due to head south as soon as we television camp-followers had done our reports in front of it .
26 When I told him we had recently come up from Southampton he said , " Gee , I would n't go to sea in that little tub for double my wages . "
27 He used to be the crier , but had recently taken over from Fred Harrison who had proclaimed the fair annually for the last thirty years .
28 Crossman Block have wholly taken over from Lloyd & Co. and are now the sole solicitors instructed by the interim government .
29 A sentence such as John and his friend have just come back from New York can be used to illustrate an insertion task .
30 John and his friend have just come back from New York , you know .
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