Example sentences of "[conj] it [adv] [verb] " in BNC.

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1 Hot air is circulated at a high velocity in the cooking cabinet where it instantly envelopes the food and seals the meat so that it remains juicy .
2 Much of the Alliance advance occurred in its traditional heartlands of the north , where it successfully exploited economic and political insecurities of the local bourgeoisie .
3 Voluntary effort is especially prominent in work with special problem groups — alcoholics and drug addicts , for example — where it both innovates and complements statutory provision .
4 Any models between the points where the ball strikes the ground and where it eventually comes to land are hit by the flying cannon ball .
5 Fearon looked temporarily nonplussed , then shrugged , tossed the towel back into the bathroom behind him where it presumably landed on the floor and growled , ‘ All right , I 'll show you around .
6 NGF is normally taken up at nerve terminals and transported along the nerve fibres to the cell body , where it presumably regulates the amount of peptide .
7 The archer fish lives in mangrove swamps in South-east Asia , where it frequently searches for food near the surface of the water .
8 Suburban Job-Link , a Chicago employment agency , runs buses from North Lawndale , the city 's poorest neighbourhood , where the unemployment rate runs above 20% , out to three western suburbs , where it barely hits 5% .
9 Once more , the critics placed his work where it honestly belonged , in the basement of B-movies , as were his next two , Back Door to Hell and Flight to Fury , both directed by Monte Hellman .
10 The east-west road has only been examined once since the 1920s , during excavations on the west gate , where it evidently comprised three separate surfaces ; the latest ( road III ) can probably be identified with Jack and Hayter 's later roadway ; the middle one ( II ) was contemporary with the mid fourth-century gate and may be a localized resurfacing ; while the lowest ( I ) must represent the east-west route in the preceding centuries .
11 The complex has been restored by a voluntary trust , and comprises two grinding mills with a wharf and crane on the Caldon Canal ; flint was delivered to the works by barge on the canal after coming all the way from south-east England where it mostly occurs .
12 Nynex Corp 's Nynex CableComms unit has bought three of the eight UK cable television companies that Pacific Telesis Group Inc 's PacTel Cable UK Ltd put on the market last June ( CI No 1,943 ) : Nynex has taken the Greater Manchester , Bolton and Derby franchises and while it did not disclose terms , says it plans to invest £1,000m over the next five to six years to provide local telecommunications networks in its British franchise areas ; the companies it acquired are in franchise areas where it already operates .
13 Part of that policy is the unlisted market group 's recent £7.2 million bid for Brabant Resources , where it already owns a 9.99 per cent stake and has irrevocable undertakings to accept its offer from holders of 11.4 per cent more .
14 Where it just pours out of your ears .
15 His black curly hair looked crisp and shiningly clean , clinging close to the classic shape of his head , longer over a high , intelligent-looking forehead , and at the nape of his neck , where it just brushed the collar of his shirt .
16 MRI has been much slower to develop than computed tomography , but its impact in those areas where it clearly has a substantial advantage has been enormous , namely the central nervous system and the musculoskeletal system .
17 Hence Jacobitism , the belief that James II and his heirs were the rightful rulers of Scotland ( and possibly England as well ) took far deeper root in Scotland than England , where it soon became the mere dream of a few impractical romantics .
18 Nevertheless , it was necessary to attempt do so : the alternative was to confess that the administration had failed where it most wanted to succeed .
19 But there is some duplication in the figures of government revenues , because in the years covered by the table about half of the gross revenues of the republics and provinces was transferred to the federation ( where it again appears as revenue ) .
20 I quickened my step to reach the quieter part of the hall , where it always seemed darker .
21 By the time we are grown we are a badly mixed solution , but if the water can resurface , where it rightly belongs , then we will be as we once were , before all those hurts arrived .
22 To add 153 public houses to AW 's tied estate , a sector in which AW is currently under-represented in the North West , where it currently has only 187 public houses .
23 I was I was wondering too , myself , as I was travelling here where where it actually came from because er I do n't remember as a child , myself , doing something like this .
24 The family in the song is the circle of friends , where it almost seemed , because we were so identical , that for anybody to make any progress in life , we 'd have to split up .
25 From here , the Westbury Brook flows on through the meadows , towards the Severn , where it once powered Severn Mill , on the river bank .
26 The presence of the black swan in the islands only emphasised for Gould its unnatural absence from the large rivers , such as the Derwent , on mainland Tasmania where it once abounded :
27 There is a lot of blood ; it looks red where it seeps into the white sheets , black where it quietly pools .
28 He slid his hand to her hip , where it gently rotated in a maddeningly sensual rhythm .
29 As a generalisation this is all too true : however there are areas where the gap is narrow or narrowing and others where it hardly exists .
30 Despite this early re-appraisal only in 1971 did the responsibility for the care of the mentally handicapped move back to the local authorities , where it now remains .
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