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

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1 There s now hope that after three years in jail , Poole and Mills will once again get a chance to defend themselves , in court .
2 It seems that public concern is mostly raised when the pollutant is easily observed and can be shown to be due to some organisation flouting the law .
3 Simply put , during waking consciousness there is a demand by the alert cortex for perceptual information from the senses , and the senses provide an abundance , which is mostly disregarded as only topically relevant information is attended to .
4 It is mostly used when A is a " sparse " matrix , with elements dominated by the diagonal ; B-1 is then a reasonable approximation to R. If this is not the case , the method may not converge , or do so very slowly .
5 If the cause or matter is properly characterised as criminal , it can not lose that character simply because at one stage it is carried forward by techniques which closely resemble those employed in civil matters , or which lead to relief often granted in civil matters , or which are available in civil or criminal matters alike ; any more than , having gained this new character by the employment of such techniques , it would revert to its former status when the deployment of the techniques came to an end .
6 Any document which is to be served by post is properly served If sent by ordinary prepaid post .
7 However , I have asked her to take the time necessary to ensure all photographic material is properly packed and sent by recorded delivery , even if this means a day or two 's delay .
8 Blueprint for an effective audit committee Only an audit committee which is properly constituted and which has the board 's wholehearted backing will realise its full potential
9 There can be no empowerment , no control , unless the situation of non-empowerment and lack of control is properly understood and confronted .
10 It represents a tremendous opportunity and challenge , but these will only be obtained if the development of organisational change and information systems is properly integrated and managed .
11 It is essential that the United Nations operation there is properly supported and that everything is done fairly .
12 We will ensure that every pupil has a National Record of Achievement so that progress is properly documented and shared between parents and schools .
13 The strongest ecological difference is that between those who can accept whaling in principle so long as it is properly regulated and those who do not accept whaling in principle at all .
14 We could learn from the American experience of using the National Guard not only to help with civil disasters but also with drug enforcement , which are both areas in which we can not have too much help , provided that it is properly directed and properly trained .
15 In both cases it 's a good story and photo ; but in both cases make sure your candidate is properly equipped and safely escorted .
16 Achievements are made by people working together as a team which is properly managed and led .
17 But while ( 57 ) is certainly ungrammatical , this is much less clearly true , if at all , of cases where happy is properly marked as non-restrictive : ( 58 ) Stephen , happy , seemed to have recovered all his lost energy
18 On this analysis the medical-legal dilemma is properly identified as being one of determining whether , and if so , for how much longer , further treatment should be continued .
19 A period of adjustment will be required as the role of support workers is properly identified and established .
20 With plastic guttering , check that the joint is properly assembled and that the rubber seal is in place .
21 The Project Manager will be responsible for calling regular meetings of both committees and ensuring that their business is properly minuted and that the information and decisions contained in such minutes are disseminated in ways considered appropriate by the Project Committee .
22 None of these uses of the political process will secure that the grievance is properly considered and a remedy given where appropriate .
23 It is widely assumed that Elders will not bother to hold on to any Scottish shares and its 23.7 per cent stake will be acquired and used as the springboard for a bid .
24 Because the economy is in recession , it is widely assumed that the government will and should cut interest rates .
25 It is widely assumed that the general , who has been doing his best to fan the speculation , will try to become prime minister after he leaves the army .
26 These days , it is widely assumed that monitoring of firms by close , caring banks is a better way to run things than the arms-length institutional ownership of America and Britain .
27 It is widely assumed that ‘ real ’ country people are in favour of development as a source of new jobs and housing while the rich commuter is only concerned to protect his equity and a style of living which has never been available to the locals .
28 It is widely assumed that the more efficiently a stock market functions the better off everyone is .
29 This attitude to non-verbal communication has been encouraged by the popularisation of right-brain left-brain studies and amongst those who sponsor the soft primitivism that I have just referred to it is widely assumed that the verbal capabilities of the left cerebral hemisphere have been over-developed by a culture which puts too much emphasis on linguistic finesse and that the expressive repertoire of the supposedly holistic right hemisphere has been dangerously neglected as a consequence .
30 It is widely assumed that restoration of intestinal continuity inevitably results in a better quality of life for the patient , but that is not necessarily the case .
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