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

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1 The ‘ pruning saw ’ normally sold for such work has teeth on two edges and , used in tight positions where it is invariably needed , great care and patience is essential to avoid the back edge causing damage to stems and growth that should not be harmed .
2 ON the edge of limestone country , Ease Gill is classic limestone : at its lower end it is a dry " alley with an impressive cavernous " kirk " , and further upstream it has the waterfall at Cow Dub where the beck leaves a pure white flowstone bed to drop twenty feet through a collapsed cavern into a deep pool where it is again cupped in limestone .
3 Their labour is taken from their own homes , where it is desperately needed , to serve in houses where people already have everything . ’
4 This facility for selective attention increases the processing power of our brains enormously by enabling us to direct our limited processing capacity where it is most needed .
5 This will mean that funding will go where it is most needed locally rather than according to a set of priorities determined in Whitehall .
6 The support available from IDB represents a carefully structured package which provides assistance in those areas where it is most needed .
7 Can we stabilise production where it is most needed , in the developing countries , or will their local political struggles always frustrate the establishment of a reliable and sustainable agricultural and natural resource-dependent plan ?
8 If so , they can be used to boost the lighting by aiming it where it is most needed .
9 If fairness is to be the test , the discount is neither an efficient nor effective way of targeting help where it is most needed .
10 The pipe is simply pushed home into the fitting , where it is instantly secured , without the need for tools or a blow torch , therefore there is also no risk of fire damage to furniture .
11 To assess and provide onward referral for individuals to specialist agencies , where it is reasonably considered that the individual 's personal difficulties adversely affect their functioning at work .
12 The currency of a provisional grant where it is not declared final is to be a period of one year ( subs .
13 Even where it is not stated explicitly , it is often implied that the tenets of rationalism or humanism are indubitable and self-evident .
14 Similarly , where an agreement specifies the time for doing three things ( eg , taking procedural steps towards a rent review ) and two of the three are stated to have a time limit which is of the essence of the contract and the other one does not , then it follows that , in all probability , where it is not stated to be of the essence , it is not intended to be of the essence .
15 Where it is not supported , the reason is often , as suggested by Rundquist ( 1980 , 1983 ) , because the spending patterns are already set by the geography of demands ( one would not expect large spending on subsidies for cotton farmers in New Hampshire , for example ) and the goal of the pork barrellers is rather to get plenty of money for the programme than to direct it to certain areas rather than others .
16 Wherever possible , jobs could be created at localities of most need , but a greater worker mobility than has been displayed in the past should be expected , and where it is not obtained , financial restrictions should be exerted to encourage fit , able but reluctant people to move from the old , worked-out pockets of industry to new opportunities elsewhere .
17 Where it is not done , sale of the asset after some time has elapsed can generate substantial revenue at the cost of a relatively small disposal of asset value .
18 Where it is not done , sale of the asset after some time has elapsed can generate substantial revenue at the cost of a relatively small disposal of asset value .
19 Bernier constantly contrasts Mughal India and seventeenth-century France : the Jumna compares favourably with the Loire , he thinks ; adultery is easier in Paris than it is in Delhi : ‘ in France it only excites merriment , but in this part of the world there are few instances where it is not followed by some dreadful and tragical catastrophe . ’
20 Comparison is also used to explain a current phenomenon by comparing the past experience of the group where it is occurring with that of a group where it is not occurring .
21 General guidance on the firm 's role ( where it is not lead advisor ) in respect of City Code transactions is given in Chapter 9 of the CFM .
22 Until now , foreign aid agencies have chosen to ignore the opium growing around them , or chosen to operate in areas where it is not cultivated .
23 Having been nurtured in this way and observed adult males receiving the same treatment , boys may expect similar preferential treatment and where it is not offered automatically , demand it as a right .
24 States that ‘ the process of environmental assessment should not be imposed where it is not required by the Directive ’ and gives guidance on the circumstances in which it should be used .
25 Where it is not forced there could be a competitive advantage in making a decision that is so difficult that other people would not be prepared to make it .
26 Sometimes it is omitted where it is historically expected to be present , and sometimes it is added where it is not expected .
27 Even where it is positively established that the right person was questioned , who by being present at the time had the nominal responsibility for cleaning the surface in question , the true reason for the fault may lie elsewhere being the result of one or other of the following factors :
28 The Congress had been elected in March 1990 [ see p. 37322 , where it is misleadingly referred to as the republican Supreme Soviet , this being in fact the name of the standing legislature elected from the Congress ] .
29 This ‘ technology transfer ’ is a process of innovation , but it involves spreading existing technology from sectors where it is conventionally used throughout industry so as to provide added value and competitive advantage .
30 Sometimes it is omitted where it is historically expected to be present , and sometimes it is added where it is not expected .
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