Example sentences of "as [pron] [verb] [pron] [prep] the " in BNC.

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1 The friar turned as someone tapped him on the shoulder .
2 He gave me a self-conscious grin and then yelped as someone thumped him in the back .
3 As I disentangled myself from the green wool , I had been linked not only to these women beside me , but to those in Canaan and all the other women through the centuries who have wept over the death of the gods of life , of love , and of hope , whom they tried to revive with their tears .
4 And so on , as I get her to the bedroom and changed again and into bed .
5 I felt like a jaded casting director as I banished him to the wastepaper bin .
6 It is worlds apart from school as I knew it in the 1960s .
7 The following is a typical example of the character of the RAF as I saw it for the first time about a couple of months after I got to Baghdad .
8 I was acting out the role of the good , courageous patient as I saw it at the time , while Mr Lennox was no doubt pleased to find me co-operative , free from despair and above all , unemotional .
9 I knew as soon as I saw it in the garden sale catalogue , it was unmistakeable . ’
10 So down at squadron level we had this very much in our minds when in time the orders came down through Group , through station , right to the people who had to do the carting and the bombing , I feel I should explain right at the outset that I can only view at the later stages of the war the state of morale as I saw it in the entire Pathfinder Force .
11 Too quickly , for my mother looked at me as I put them on the table .
12 It 's alright in that light as soon as I put it on the line it looks peculiar !
13 As I put it in the course of the argument , and as I sincerely believe , ‘ good parenting involves giving minors as much rope as they can handle without an unacceptable risk that they will hang themselves . ’
14 As I questioned her during the session , Maxine described to me a life as Martha , a fisherman 's wife in a small seaport in the late eighteenth century .
15 As I followed him through the doorway the porter whispered , " Get your braces undone , sir , do n't keep him waiting . "
16 As I followed him across the road , he roared off-straight through green traffic lights and into the distance .
17 As I followed him into the little building I smiled to myself .
18 She seemed more beautiful than ever , and her manner to me was very pleasant , as I took her to the house in London where Miss Havisham had arranged for her to stay .
19 For example , I might decide the angle of light on my desk is not as I require it on the basis of assessing the illumination and the lamp which is the source of it .
20 I felt exhausted : as I dragged myself up the stairs I can remember thinking that now I knew what people meant when they said they were ‘ tired to death ’ .
21 As soon as I told her about the things that had happened , she knew .
22 As I told her at the time there were several possibilities . ’
23 He felt her slim shoulder move under the thick fabric of the tartan shirt , " as much as I know anything at the moment , that 's what I think I 'll be doing .
24 As I follow her into the front room someone whispers to Rufus : ‘ She got him under her thumb , I think . ’
25 Erm the point that you put to me I think two or three questions ago wa was related as I understood it to the the alignment and the network of the lanes .
26 The clock on the mantelpiece chimed the half-hour , seven thirty , as I walked her to the door .
27 I experienced the joy and excitement of the subject as I discovered something for the first time .
28 We wotchered each other as I led him across the road .
29 Aye , the , the , as I tell you about the .
30 Councillor I I had to admit that I 'm slightly lost in that one A now ends as I understand it with the roman numeral three that was proposed in the labour amendment .
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