Example sentences of "[noun] of [noun] over [art] " in BNC.

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1 CCG HAS started a new contract to provide school meals for the London Borough of Wandesworth over the next four years .
2 One of the dominant social characteristics of Britain over the past fifty years has been the degree of upward social mobility of those whose parents held traditional working-class jobs .
3 Instead of staying with me as he 'd planned , he rents this ancient pile , miles from anywhere , just so he can keep an eye on this stupid female who seems to have got herself into all sorts of trouble over a piece of land — ’
4 Interactive Systems Corp — now SunSoft Inc — began by marketing the product strongly , but later faced a barrage of complaints and problems over speed and stability , and reportedly lost a great deal of money over the venture .
5 People had been staging revolutions without a great deal of success over the years and it was seventy percent of the people who were disadvantaged was n't it ?
6 Black Holes are fascinating , and have caused a great deal of excitement over the past 20 years .
7 To someone accustomed by the existing advanced accounting courses , with no involvement in the National Certificate , the proposals seemed somewhat revolutionary and the document generated a good deal of discussion over the following few weeks on the relative merits of the B1 and B2 models etc .
8 There is a good deal of confusion over the use of concepts to analyse the institutions and processes of policy-making .
9 Interim reporting has been attracting a great deal of attention over the past year .
10 Other polls have been published in the newspapers , however , and the issue has gained a good deal of attention over the past few weeks .
11 I could hardly blame him here — at least his feelings ; but even if , with an earlier and exact diagnosis he could have been spared a great deal of pain over a considerable period of time , I realize that nothing could have saved him .
12 Constanze was to spend a good deal of time over the next two years at Baden , where her husband often visited her .
13 The Bank of England has a great deal of power over the financial markets because of its role as lender of last resort .
14 The programmers in the company initially had a good deal of control over the computer installation , which provoked management to cut down their influence .
15 In conclusion , we believe that our study avoided the methodological and analytical problems of previous reports , which have given rise to a great deal of controversy over the efficacy of EFA supplementation in AD .
16 El Segundo , California-based systems integrator , Computer Sciences Corp , and Sun Microsystems Inc are teaming to offer client/server solutions to aeroplane builders — the two expect to win $80m of business over the next 18 months : CSC won the $3bn , 10-year outsourcing contract with General Dynamics in 1991 .
17 Then he slides his saucepan of milk over the flame .
18 Witness the attempt to use the impeachment process against Lincoln 's successor , Andrew Johnson ; the defeat of Wilson over the Treaty of Versailles and the routing of his party in the 1920 election .
19 Seen from the outside the nature , and above all , the neck-breaking speed of achievements over the past two months may seem remarkable .
20 The official peace negotiations in Rome had been blocked by a succession of differences over a wide range of political and constitutional issues .
21 They have trained-in a succession of concepts over the years : decision making , then situational leadership , and then contingency theory .
22 Their performance against Rangers was inexplicable and one can not believe that the extraordinary general meeting of shareholders , which lasted eight hours on the day before the match , with bickerings between cabals of directors over the club 's future , had no effect on the players .
23 It peaked in the election years of 1983 and 1987 and even the collapse of optimism over the period 1978–80 was halted and temporarily reversed at the 1979 election ( The Economist , 1990 , p. 34 ) .
24 Study in Midlothian had shown a 33% loss , East Lothian a 23% loss and Bedfordshire in England had shown a remarkable 82% loss of ponds over the last century .
25 Codes of practice were supposed to protect the customer , by dangling the threat of expulsion and consequent loss of income over the practitioners .
26 The family 's loss of control over the youth is crucial to his development in sport , for , if there was a more balanced social management within the West Indian community , it is likely that the vibrance and energy expended in sport could be directed into more orthodox areas .
27 The decline of pre-marital pregnancy during the late nineteenth century was probably therefore less the product of adoption of middle-class values than the consequence of the felt loss of control over the consequence of heterosexual relations .
28 But the price of obtaining the destruction of working-class power and organization was a loss of control over the state by the bourgeoisie and nobility .
29 Er w which in turn is is intended to minimize the loss of staff over the next two years .
30 Scientist Tom Clarkson said that there was a 50-60 percent loss of ozone over the Antarctic during the southern spring ( from September to November ) .
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