Example sentences of "[noun] [subord] of [noun pl] over " in BNC.

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1 On March 26 the US State Department confirmed that it had in July 1991 denied a visa to Narong because of suspicions over his role in heroin trading .
2 There are problems in assessing these claims , in part because of disputes over the starting date — 1979 , when Mrs Thatcher came to office , or 1981 , the low point of the recession — and whether comparison is made with the 1970s or 1960s .
3 The Liberal Democratic Congress and the Confederation for an Independent Poland had pulled out of talks with Olszewski on the formation of a government because of differences over economic policy .
4 District authorities in Devon banned the jump in the county because of fears over the type of crane to be used , said Mr Collier , who has been blind for 22 years .
5 District authorities in Devon banned the jump in the county because of fears over the type of crane to be used , said Mr Collier , who has been blind for 22 years .
6 But the event at Langbaurgh motor sports park near Redcar has had to be switched to Lincolnshire because of worries over excessive noise on a Sunday .
7 Ministers from six European countries , including Britain , have agreed to set up a high speed network by 1998 although there are doubts that Britaincan meet the timetable because of delays over the Channel tunnel .
8 Several republics had objected to the size of contributions being sought from them and to the division of tax revenues , while the USSR Supreme Soviet had run out of discussion time because of arguments over defence spending .
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