Example sentences of "of the [noun] of [noun pl] [prep] " in BNC.

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1 There are three N.F.P.A. Codes which specify the protection of the storage of goods in the United States of America .
2 There is then the question of the selection of topics for these courses — should teachers avoid significant historical events simply because men predominate in them ?
3 I have already discussed the more particular validation of ideas as they bear upon issues in language pedagogy in terms of the evaluation of principles in respect to transfer value .
4 The search for details of buildings now gone is as fascinating as that of the discovery of features of those that remain .
5 Amongst those concerns , the issue of the portrayal of women in the media features prominently .
6 Masahiro Dozen announced his resignation after Daiwa reported a loss of 72,000 million yen as a result of the settlement of claims against the company by five major clients .
7 A sign of the over-exposure of women in this area is the low status of family and marriage sociology : as a radical young female sociologist asked the feminist-sociologist Alice Rossi in a moment of unguarded chauvinism : ‘ how did you manage to get stuck in a low status field like marriage and the family ? ’
8 Dr Nurhan Atacey , Dean of the Faculty of Letters of Istanbul University , and a leading expert on Turkish and Persian miniature painting , Iznik pottery and Turkish textiles , is curating the exhibition and writing the catalogue .
9 Joe had written to me suggesting that there was a post for me in Japan ( available through the good offices of Stephen Spender , who had just returned from there with a commission from the Dean of the Faculty of Letters at Tohoku University ) to go and teach English , in the poet-teacher tradition for which it was famous .
10 At the National University of Singapore the small Stirling delegation was invited in by Professor Ernest Chew , Dean of the Faculty of Arts in Singapore , to address senior staff on the subject of the semester system .
11 An integral part of the removal of barriers between member states has been and remains the implementation of the fundamental principle of Community law that member states should not discriminate against one another and should assimilate the treatment they accord to nationals from other member states to the treatment they accord to their own nationals .
12 The energy price increases , which doubled the cost of home central heating and raised the price of gas by 70 per cent and electricity by 20 per cent , were the consequence of the removal of subsidies in the attempt to control Poland 's budget deficit .
13 Yet even by the standards of the day , it seems extraordinary that Joyce should have thought the British people at large would respond sympathetically to his shrill and truculent celebration of the fate of Jews in the first year of Hitler 's dictatorship .
14 One of the properties of particles of matter is that they influence each other .
15 In this respect , the study of the properties of objects in the social sciences is quite dissimilar to equivalent studies in physics or chemistry , where statements about these properties take the form of law-like propositions .
16 The main purposes of the Bureau , which was established in September 1983 , are to improve the accessibility of macroeconomic models ; to promote general understanding of the properties of models of the UK economy ; and to allow comparisons between models to be made more easily .
17 Each level in the grouping hierarchy is numbered but " For some levels I will replace these numbers with names that are mnemonic of the correspondence of groups at this level with the rhythmic medium ( e.g. " 'syllables " " or " " tone units " " ) " ( pp. 137 – 8 ) .
18 One of the signs of the eclipse of classics by English was the foundation in 1907 of the English Association which was to propound very effectively the view that the new discipline had become " our finest vehicle for a genuine humanistic education " and that " its importance in this respect was growing with the disappearance of Latin and Greek from the curricula of our schools and universities . "
19 For common igneous minerals , critical concentrations are very small ( typically 0.002–0.03wt% ) and layers of the order of centimetres to a few metres thick will result .
20 In order to appreciate this strong feminist stance that is being taken it is necessary to understand a few of the problems of women in the Developing World .
21 The Windsor whose marriage has caused more intrigue than most poked fun at the speculation with his light-hearted remarks as president of the Court of Governors of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre .
22 She was co-opted to the Glamorgan county education committee , and became a member of the court of governors of the University of Wales .
23 THE president of the Court of Governors of the University College of Wales , Aberystwyth , Sir Melvyn Rosser , has joined the board of Menter a Busnes , the agency that aims to make Welsh speakers more enterprising in business .
24 Because of the existence of PACs and of the Court of Referees for benefits under the insurance schemes , the new national scheme included an appeals system .
25 So we read in the minutes of the Court of Assistants of the Worshipful Company of Weavers , London , for Tuesday 2 January 1798 : ‘ William Chas .
26 Minutes of the Court of Assistants of the Worshipful Company of Weavers , Basinghall Street , London , 2 January , 1798 .
27 In People v. Rosario ( 1961 ) 213 N.Y.S. 2d 448 four members of the Court of Appeals of New York , adopting the view of the United States Supreme Court in Jencks v. United States ( 1957 ) 353 U.S. 657 , ruled that the entire previous statements of prosecution witnesses ought to be shown to defence counsel after the direct examination with a view to his cross-examining those witnesses and attacking their credibility , saying that counsel were best able to decide what use could be made of the statements , whereas three members of the court took a narrower view and , following the line of authority which had hitherto prevailed in New York , held that defence counsel could examine and use only those portions of a statement which , according to the view of the trial judge , contained variances from a witness 's evidence .
28 The most recent , involving the claim that his mental state might not have been adequately conveyed to the jury during his original trial , had been upheld by Judge John Noonan of the Court of Appeals of the ninth US Circuit based in San Francisco , on March 30 , 1990 .
29 On Feb. 7 , 1990 , Bush nominated Clarence Thomas , 41 , a black conservative lawyer , as judge of the Court of Appeals in Washington .
30 That survey inspired Edinburgh District Council 's Women 's Committee to organise a pioneering campaign which aimed to raise male awareness of the problem of crimes of violence against women .
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