Example sentences of "there is [adv] a long way " in BNC.

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1 Eventually , as the generalizations are built up ( and in this field of research there is still a long way to go ) a ‘ theory ’ of social aspects of theatre can be built which will be based on social empirical foundations rather than shaky speculation or sweeping generalizations .
2 But that does not mean Britain can rest on its laurels — there is still a long way to go .
3 ‘ But there is still a long way to go and we will keep on striving to end injustices against consumers .
4 But Smith said bluntly : ‘ The League race is only at the half-way stage and there is still a long way to go . ’
5 With two matches against Brugge , then the important trip to Marseille and the last game against the Russians , there is still a long way to go .
6 The dt route suddenly appeared to be promising , though there is still a long way to go as it takes 20 to 40 times this to make a muon in a particle accelerator .
7 Although he realises there is still a long way to go , he does believe that the UK 's second year results indicate a sustainable turnaround , adding that last year 's performance was very close to budget .
8 There is still a long way to go , however , before the disease receives the attention and share of resources which it deserves , whereby an effective screening programme can be established to identify those most at risk .
9 Only in the last few years have real efforts been made to equalize provision for different groups of the disabled and there is still a long way to go before we can claim to have adequate social security in this area .
10 This policy is currently in question because of the high incidence of cross addiction to these substances but there is still a long way to go before Treatment Centres generally recommend abstinence from all these substances from the first day of recovery .
11 But he says there is still a long way to go in ridding the educational system of what he labels ‘ institutional racism ’ .
12 As the man who has to do most of the negotiating on single market measures , I know that there is still a long way to go .
13 The approach to management is not quite so lackadaisical as it once was , but there is still a long way to go , particularly in employment policies within the companies .
14 However there is still a long way to go and I would like to ask all Assay readers to keep the fund raising ideas and , most importantly , the money coming in !
15 After all we are only half way through this year 's Charity of the Year programme and there is still a long way to go if we are to raise enough to fully fund the training of a Macmillan Nurse .
16 A great deal of the plant is now under computerised control although there is still a long way to go before it is as automated as other maltings in the group .
17 Actors explain that although ’ Family Pride ’ sets a good precedent , there is still a long way to go before they get more mainstream parts .
18 There is still a long way to go , though , and nobody at this club forgets that , two seasons ago , Aberdeen made up a ten-point deficit and took Rangers to the last day of the season before they ( Rangers ) won the title . ’
19 But there is still a long way to go and the political timebomb is still ticking .
20 Tim Holton said : ‘ We have achieved a great deal in a short time but there is still a long way to go .
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