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

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1 Cos you will throw them at the back of the box instead of lining them up .
2 Do n't throw them at the windows .
3 ‘ You 've got chilblains ! ’ their mother said when she came to see them at the beginning of December .
4 ‘ I 've to see them at the bank shortly — there 's that Buttering to be fixed , and no money for it wi'out they 'll give me a loan . ’
5 ‘ It will please the Colonel to see them at the breakfast-table in the morning , ’ I-said .
6 I was still more surprised when some of their parents arrived in motor cars to see them at the weekend
7 The public would still pay to see them at the cinema .
8 to see them at the Dinosaurs Alive and then they went to the museum .
9 I could tell Gillian and Stuart were n't thrilled to see me at the airport .
10 So er I thought a alright then , so I I went off like and I just heard erm and said , I went up to see her mother like and , I told her mother about it , like and that and erm her mother says different now , that she came round to see me at the time to tell , to give me a telling off like over her friend .
11 The Padre , consulted as to the propriety of firing them at the enemy , had given his opinion that they could perfectly well be fired and that they , or any other such popish or Tractarian objects , would very likely wreak terrible havoc .
12 ‘ I shall be seeing them at the weekend . ’
13 ‘ Hopefully your bloodhounds will be able to run the truants down before Sunday , in which case I 'd appreciate your contacting me at the hotel . ’
14 Then he took the stones from their pouch and laid them at the bottom of the Bowl .
15 And er I remembering Dad , once he bought a cherry tree , and went up to get all these here cherries off the trees , and when we got them we used to wipe them and put them in a bag , and sell them at the fairs .
16 If you if you need to do something about it , then er in order to secure that order for a hundred , then sell them at the old price .
17 It 's given everyone at the club a lift . ’
18 ‘ He met me at the station … ’
19 I had supposed that Aunt Louise would be in bed , but she met me at the door ; opened it , in fact , and held it ready for me to come in , because there was something she was bursting to tell me : ‘ I 'm not staying in this cold place a day longer . ’
20 Rich and Syb met me at the station .
21 My faithful driver , Murphy , met me at the gate , taking my bags and walking me past the vagrants and money changers to his car , an old American model that had become something of a collector 's item .
22 On the appointed Saturday in October , Micky met me at the railway station and drove me ( in a fairly elderly Morris Oxford with a canvas hood ) right down the High as far as the University Church , and there he parked ( no problem then ) .
23 Ken met me at the entrance and guided me into a side room .
24 He met them at the gate and was smiling .
25 In short , the consumer called the tune and the operators who prospered were those who best identified the needs of the consumers and met them at the right price .
26 He met them at the gates of the airfield ( still a debris of contractors ' equipment surrounded by barbed wire ) and informed them gravely that if they entered — no difficult matter — they would be breaking the law .
27 Although the other judges would not look at the assessors ' lists , Burn met them at the hall and compared his list of preferences to theirs .
28 ‘ I met them at the same time , ’ Tim recalls .
29 His Lordship Monboddo , wearing a little round hat and a farmer 's suit , met them at the gate .
30 And er also many engineers when they were out their time , they went to Glasgow and for a few years , he , everybody who went from Galashiels , word got through to him and he met them at the station and got them settled in their digs in Glasgow .
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