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

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1 Either it is raining or it is not raining .
2 Production has been increasingly globalized , with processes located where it is most advantageous in terms of profit maximization .
3 Sometimes it is omitted where it is historically expected to be present , and sometimes it is added where it is not expected .
4 If we are of a lazier disposition , the solution is simple and usually quite acceptable : if the same note will occur in two or more parts it can be omitted where it is least necessary and retained only in the principal part ( thus in Example 140 we would keep the E♭ only in the upper voice , to retain the melodic shape ) .
5 Sometimes it is omitted where it is historically expected to be present , and sometimes it is added where it is not expected .
6 Her glance flew to the Jaguar , parked where it was always parked these days , and a hint of a smile warmed her mouth .
7 Ages seemed to pass although it was only moments , until a pollen-laden grass flower tickled his nose and he sneezed himself back to life again .
8 Friedman and Rosenman ( 1974 ) suggest that it is not a question of getting rid of Type-A behaviour , rather that we should learn to manage it .
9 In fact , however , international comparisons strongly suggest that it is not the most downtrodden and deprived who provide the most militant source of protest .
10 This growth in women 's propensity to take paid work probably has both economic and social origins , but our analyses of fertility suggest that it is not an important explanatory factor in the ‘ baby bust ’ .
11 ‘ I suggest that it is not a matter which a man wishes his employer to know about . ’
12 Summala ( 1984 ) , however , suggest that it is not the detection of signs but memory for them which is likely to be faulty .
13 Most typically , the apparent reality of the object is an effect of its being treated like a painting ; the text frames its object and then refers to it in terms that suggest that it is already represented on a canvas .
14 The first is more intense , with the buck putting up a spirited resistance ; in the second its lolling tongue and gentler stance suggest that it is about to succumb .
15 Newson and Newson ( 1.3 ) suggest that it is only in this century that questions about how to bring up children have been widely discussed ; hitherto the niceties of different child-rearing philosophies were set aside in the face of a more fundamental dilemma , whether children would survive at all beyond the first few years .
16 However that may be , we suggest that it is more important to have committed members than representative ones , and in this regard our evaluation of the Coordinating Team is very positive .
17 Some suggest that it is more important to be able to bring political pressure to bear , so that the elected representatives of whatever sex will pass legislation of benefit to women .
18 If the affidavits suggest that it is more likely than not that the defendant would succeed in establishing a statutory immunity that is a weighty factor in favour of refusing to grant an injunction .
19 The 1377 poll-tax returns suggest that it was over three times the size of the largest provincial centres , Bristol and York , almost five times that of Coventry and six times that of Norwich ( 104 , p.1 ) .
20 It 's possible that some other minor eruptions occurred between 1681 and 1883 , but if they did , there is no record of them , and all of the reports and descriptions made by ships passing Krakatoa suggest that it was quite dormant .
21 He adds that it is not in the traders ' interests for the elephants to die out .
22 The company adds that it is already benefiting from increased efficiency and expects a large return on its financial investment in Weldon .
23 Tom adds that it is very important for young horses to have their teeth checked before they are bitted and broken ; racehorses usually have their first session at two years-old .
24 In reality , the only difference between the two media is that the public knows how newspapers get their stories — though they do n't know that it 's exactly the same way as people in television get them .
25 But do you know that it 's actually saved you from losing any of these employees .
26 I do n't know that it 's terribly clean .
27 Caspar , genuinely appalled , said , ‘ But do n't you know that it 's almost the most dangerous place in the whole of Ireland ? ’
28 You do n't know that it 's there but I do .
29 erm I think I do n't know that it 's so much class , I think it 's just this image of girls do this and or women do that and men do the other .
30 When you if if you think about a country of song you might think of Wales , but anybody visiting Ireland will know that it 's really Ireland 's got to be a country of song because if you go there you 've got to sing .
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