Example sentences of "[conj] [pron] [vb past] [pron] " in BNC.

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1 Ever since she gave up full-time employment where everyone touched their cap to her , she 's found the loss of identity difficult to cope with .
2 With respect to the embalming [ of ] Bodies , the methods that were commonly practised could , I know , have no effect ; at that time I read a good many Books upon ‘ Balsamation ’ but got very little instruction from reading these : according to my own Idea the best way would be to preserve the Body for some time that putrefaction should hardly be able to take place , & that it should gradually get rid of its moisture , & that , when it dried , it should have such imbalming juices in it , that it should resist putrefaction , & the insects at the same time be either kept off or destroyed : I set out with this Opinion & thought that something must be thrown thro' the whole Body : the when the Body was preserved , my Idea of getting rid of moisture was , to place the Body in some strong absorbent substance , & that substance which proved best I thought was Paris Plaister & I thought I could lay in a common Coffin such a quantity of Paris Plaister as would take out all the moisture & then I thought the Body should be rather in a wooden case than a leaden one because the Wood would assist the Absorption .
3 ‘ Either the seeds blew in — or someone planted them as a joke , ’ said a senior officer .
4 And a call came over the radio that there was a problem with one of the pumps downstairs , so seeing I had nothing better to do at that time I went downstairs to give them a hand .
5 It 's there where I met him .
6 The dancer , on her way back to the United States , took Dana in her VW to Lisbon , Porto and Bilbao , where I met them , then we drove all the way to Paris .
7 A couple of blocks away is John Smiths , where I met my old friend Robert Clow , in company with his number two , Willie Anderson , current treasurer of the BA .
8 She was still sitting where I left her ; that was a good sign .
9 There it is sitting out on the garden path where I left it .
10 I finished my list of demands and took it to the Branch Office , where I received something of a hero 's welcome .
11 The granny table where I ate my toast was now a cocktail cabinet , with studded plastic , three high stools , a Manhattan skyline of siphons and shakers .
12 I read everything I could find about France ( since France was my dream country , where I felt I 'd been meant to be born and grow up … ) and developed a particular passion for the French Revolution , reading all the Scarlet Pimpernel books , the story of the first Madame Tussaud , forced to model the guillotined heads , and everything that I could find that would bring it all to life .
13 You have n't even enquired about my holiday or where I spent it . ’
14 Bozo stares up and down the road and wonders what to do before he finally fixes his bleary gaze where I hoped he would , and trudges away towards the phonebox .
15 When I saw buildings coming up , I drove the Felder off the track behind an outcrop of rock , where I hoped it was both safe and unobtrusive for the night .
16 At 5pm that day I went along to Anouska Hempel 's very individual and attractive showroom at 2 Pond Place , Chelsea , where I saw her really lovely couture collection , for which she derived the inspiration from Eastern Europe .
17 Without waiting for my assent , he pulled writing materials from his cloak , where I saw he had several notebooks .
18 I lay there in the Bomb Circle where I killed her other son , and I hoped that she was dead , too .
19 I dried off the needle and dropped it into the metal box where I carried my suture materials , scalpels and blades .
20 Where I made my mistake was in not checking back with his number in Freiburg at the edge of the Black Forest .
21 Cantona being the more obvious example , but I cant remember one sale where I thought we got a decent price .
22 I decided to rent a room for him in a house near ours , where I thought he would be safe for the moment .
23 ‘ For six years you have dogged me wherever I went and now you have turned up here , where I thought I had found a safe haven . ’
24 And I do n't where I got I gave him quite a good sermon which I thought was y know quite erm to try and help the situation and he said I 'd give them er my conditions .
25 South bank as well 'cause that 's where I started , where I got my first board ever .
26 I felt up from thigh to hip , and leaned close where I judged his face to be , but never a breath or a sign of life .
27 My flower — the one that I remember best out of many — was gathered where I said it had been .
28 Where I had nothing , she had everything .
29 Leaving the main building at bedtime , I walked back through the old walled garden , the churchyard , and down the grassy lane to the cottage annexe where I had my room .
30 I watch the familiar shops and houses go by ; Mum 's old gift shop ( now a video shop ) ; the Arms , where I had my first pint ; Dad 's old garage , still doing business .
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