Example sentences of "you have [adv] [verb] [adv] from " in BNC.

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1 ‘ Then you 'd better keep away from the disco , ’ said Willis .
2 Erm , you 'd better keep away from Papa .
3 What about Timo Metsola 's electronics outfit in Finland — where you 've just flown back from ?
4 You 've just got back from Rhodes , we hear . ’
5 Sometimes , you 've just come home from work and your feet are sore and your head aches , but then the music starts playing and away you go .
6 You know you th either come back and they 're embracing each other and cuddling and there 're a few tears and everything and er everything 's hunkydory and you start traipsing back in with all the bloody stuff you 've just brought out from beforehand you see .
7 ‘ Maybe you have not advanced much from that portrait after all .
8 Forgive others for what they may have done to you in the past ; and forgive yourself as well — you have probably learned much from your mistakes .
9 Imagine that you have just come home from your hard day being an Environmental Health Officer , and your neighbour , who happens to be a builder or bookmaker or something , invites you down to the pub , and over a pint he says , ‘ I heard something on the radio about some story .
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