Example sentences of "[pers pn] is [adv] [conj] " in BNC.

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1 Helen will also be keeping an eye on the job market while she is away and praying that employers will see her experience in a positive light .
2 Real people : Sibylle Alexander as she is today and pictured with the Kaufmann family at Christmas 1942 .
3 She would n't be as popular as she is today if I had n't guided her career .
4 Being a notable actress , she is just as compelling when the doubts have been sown : this Elsa , after singing a glorious , apparently contended Third Act duet with Völker 's sovereign Lohengrin , becomes appropriately disturbed and hysterical .
5 And all the time this is going on she is completely and totally aware of everything that 's going on .
6 She finds she is less and less inclined to blame Tod for her unhappiness .
7 At the next session , will be chaired by Kay , and er , she will tell us what she is about as it were , erm , in a moment .
8 Think I must be blushing , and maybe she is too or is it her English rose complexion kissed , fuck , there I go , kissed ( I should be so lucky ! ) by sudden Mediterranean sunshine ?
9 She is there when she says : ‘ I love to think how Joan Didion would hate Grace Paley ’ , because Paley is the good writer , in touch with life , that the posing Didion is not .
10 She should not and can not be sexually active in her natal family and hence is regarded while she is there as both benign and pure .
11 ‘ She confirmed what she has been attempting to gloss over in her bid to become deputy leader — that she is still as left wing as ever … a unilateralist in the mould of Tony Benn himself .
12 My mother I can hardly see save as she is now while I am writing .
13 She might go on for years ; I could be as old as she is now before she finally gives up the ghost .
14 From everything she says , it 's clear this gilgul 's been on the scene for quite a while — there is no way she could have learned what she 's learned , cleaned up her act and become who she is now if the only time she 's had to do it in was the brief interval between our confrontation at the Mephistco stand and her appearance on the beach at Bournemouth .
15 Their frustrations used to be articulated by Mrs Thatcher , but she is now as likely to be a cause of them as a cure .
16 He poured his mother 's ashes in the place she is now and I am absolutely positive that he knows now she is not coming back . ’
17 ‘ The essence of the patent for you is surely that you believe the heat is there and if it can be scaled up , as you hope it can , that is something that could have manifest benefits to everybody .
18 Because any one of these two or three things that I show you is enough if it 's a surprise to them they will blow you out .
19 Dr Mahmoud al-Sharief , Jordan 's Information Minister , said the best antidote to radical Islam was to give fundamentalists some power rather than jail sentences , to make them ‘ deal with the world as it is rather than as they imagine it to be ’ .
20 It is rather that people can get to the stage of remembering some experiences , quite often the good ones , that were shared with the person who has died .
21 It is rather that he realigns fantasy and fact by using a set of ready-made and entirely artificial rules governing talking animals to explore the workings of a no less unnatural , controlled and rigidly inhuman system .
22 It is rather that the whole point of a national curriculum will be lost if it can not be assumed that children at 11 will be ready for whatever is the generally agreed content of the first year at secondary school .
23 It is not , stresses Pavitt , that the UK has abruptly ceased to invest in computer hardware and software in the current recession , it is rather that companies which invest prudently , for example , in a better accounts receivable system to improve their cash flow , are likely to outweigh the number of competitive advantage go-getters .
24 It is rather that there is a fundamental difference in the distribution of syntactic features between the two modes .
25 It is rather that the idea and ideal is always likely to function as a corrective to complacency rather than as a prop to It .
26 In fact , language , through abstraction , is a much more efficient form or communication and possesses much more control over its interpretation , and it is rather that this difference in evocation is less likely to be evident in artefactual symbolism than in linguistic symbolism .
27 It is rather that until it is recognized as a convergence , and as a problem of convergence , the usual reaction , even when sympathetic ( and this , among an older and established generation , is comparatively rare ) is to see it as little more than a loose grouping of specialist studies either of communications , in their modern specialized form as ‘ the media ’ , or of the rather differently specialized field of ‘ the arts ’ .
28 My hon. Friend the Member for Dagenham ( Mr. Gould ) corrects me : it is rather that Brian Walden will visit the Secretary of State for lunch and take the cameras with him .
29 That is , our problem is not one of vicarious liability , of finding some reason why a shareholder should share some other person 's or group 's primary responsibility ; it is rather that we can find no one else who is primarily responsible and in whose responsibility he might share .
30 It is rather as though there is a central axis , around which the gemstone of beauty is formed .
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