Example sentences of "[coord] [pers pn] is [verb] " in BNC.

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1 But , at the end of the day , it is still down to the individual to make sure that he or she is getting the best deal possible .
2 For the advertiser who is concerned as to whether he or she is getting a good deal from an agency or media specialist , companies such as Media Audits provide a service that compares the buying performance of different advertisers and their agencies in similar markets and media .
3 you 're visiting a War or MOD Disablement Pensioner who is being treated for the disablement he or she is getting the pension for or
4 It can also help us to identify why a student is not achieving the stylistic effect he or she is seeking .
5 This will not materially affect the buyer unless he or she is seeking to continue with the unauthorised use .
6 that the candidate knows which outcomes or units are included in any assessment he or she is undertaking .
7 Usually , when a person is asked to provide a report he or she is given a brief which provides the terms of reference .
8 These assumptions will be detrimental to the black child if he or she is seen as being rescued from a life of misery .
9 Since a Prime Minister without a majority in the Commons is an impossibility , he or she is seen as in a position to make any law he or she sees as fit .
10 Other patients who have the same unconscious impulses to engage in oral sex — for example , an adult male or female who is married and dreams he or she is sucking a man 's penis and imbibing the semen — may deny the impulses .
11 If each novel a writer produces is meant to indicate the direction in which he or she is progressing , it does not provide the clear signpost that The Child In Time did .
12 Resorts to ridiculous tactics like sitting the interviewee on a small , armless chair opposite a window so that he or she is blinking in a stream of sunlight .
13 It is expensive in terms of paying the salary or the research grant of the researcher for this time , especially if he or she is engaged in no other work .
14 In terms of historical change , manual workers of both sexes work today almost as many hours each week as they did in the late 1930s and early 1940s ; this demonstrates the fact that , where available , overtime is a crucial necessity for the manual worker if he or she is to receive a wage at or above the ‘ average ’ for all manual occupations .
15 In fact , all a person would need to do in the middle of a Darkfall storm would be to remain calm , not touch anything — unless he or she is wearing gloves and wait for the effect to pass .
16 Every choreographer must have a motive if he or she is to give proper thought , impetus and significance to the movements made by the dancers whether : they are telling a story ; describing and/or expressing the thoughts behind a theme ; or interpreting music either by expressing personal feelings about the melody and rhythm or by so framing the dance that it parallels the music and reveals its structure .
17 When the honest shopper acts as I have just described , he or she is acting with the implied authority of the owner of the supermarket to take the goods from the shelf , put them in the trolley , take them to the checkpoint and there pay the correct price , at which moment the property in the goods will pass to the shopper for the first time .
18 He or she is supported by a Minister of State and two Parliamentary Under-Secretaries of State .
19 Interaction between judges is probably more significant in the United States with the stable membership on the Supreme Court , but even in Britain the phenomenon of ‘ opinion deference ’ , whereby one or more judges defers to the opinion of another because he or she is acknowledged to be an expert or to have seniority , is not unknown .
20 It is important that the viewer is physically incorporated in the work , that he or she is implicated . ’
21 Adoption can be seen as the logical answer to infertility , but as Brebner et al ( 1985 ) point out , if medical investigations/treatment for infertility fail and are performed without adequate psychological support , the subsequent depression and disappointment can cause couples to jump at adoption without recognising those aspects of parenthood which are peculiar to adoptive parenthood , which include : having to be assessed and monitored ; absence of pregnancy and birth ; becoming attached to a child born to someone else ; having to tell the child he or she is adopted .
22 Issues relating to adoption can arise early in placement or after the order and the social worker has stopped visiting , and often centre around how to tell the child he or she is adopted .
23 The skilled negotiator is far more likely to say things that reveal what he or she is thinking , intending and feeling than the less skilled , who reckon that to expose such things is naïve .
24 Similarly , a child who creates dangerous mayhem in the kitchen can not do so if he or she is taught and learns never to enter the kitchen .
25 It is the task of the Chief Commissioner to decide which decisions are to be reported and he or she is assisted by the Commissioners starring decisions they consider worthy of reporting .
26 And , of course , if the bitter-lemon drinker is insisting on one labelled ‘ low calorie ’ , he or she is consuming hardly any calories at all and is to be congratulated .
27 My mouth jams open , and she says that if I really am going , then either she comes with me or she is staying here to pack .
28 For the monocultural classroom , where students and teacher are from one culture , the situation is harder and must rely upon the teacher 's understanding of the language and culture he or she is teaching .
29 Make sure that the baby 's body is facing the breast and that he or she is taking the whole nipple to fill its mouth .
30 To get the Income Support a person must be available for full time work and show that he or she is taking reasonable steps to find a job .
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