Example sentences of "[prep] two years [unc] time " in BNC.

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1 That 's a look we 'll see emerging from the dull , old chrysalis that was Renault design in the '70s and '80s , when it takes the wraps off its first really new-age car in two years ' time .
2 Le Moignan has talked about retiring in two years ' time , but that could be hastened if there were another loss to Opie , who has made a determined comeback after defeats in the world and British opens .
3 With the opening of the company 's fourth North American assembly plant in two years ' time , Toyota will also have the capacity to produce almost 1m vehicles a year in America .
4 The new appointment runs until the next European championships , in two years ' time .
5 The dealer works out the car 's value in two years ' time ( the MGFV , or Minimum Guaranteed Future Value ) and subtracts it from the price , minus your deposit .
6 We 'll meet here , on the same day , in two years ' time , at seven o'clock , and we 'll have exactly the same things to eat , and tell each other quite frankly in what ways we 've changed .
7 Jasper Carrott and Hale and Pace did impromptu performances — and everyone there pledged to come back in two years ' time .
8 LINFORD Christie will quit athletics in two years ' time — aiming to bow out as the undisputed No 1 sprinter in the world .
9 LINFORD Christie will quit athletics in two years ' time — aiming to bow out as the undisputed No 1 sprinter in the world , writes David Harrison .
10 International availability of lines is increasingly widespread , and in two years ' time ISDN will become the standard business line offering from BT .
11 A review of compliance should be carried out in two years ' time .
12 He reckons that with inflation running at 19 per cent a year it will cost £141.61 in two years ' time .
13 In two years ' time I would be doing
14 The plaintiff , wishing to have monies now and not in two years ' time , prudently accepted the settlement figure .
15 Wraith Grant , who spent £26,000 to win £18,000 before losing his tour status in 1991 , summed it up : ‘ If someone said you could be a millionaire in two years ' time , what would you do ?
16 THAT her divorce from Prince Andrew will be finalised in two years ' time .
17 IMAX , the large screen format used by THE ROLLING STONES for their At the Max live concert film will open a 500 seater venue on London 's South Bank in two years ' time .
18 I said tentatively , ‘ Suppose in two years ' time the situation was different ? ’
19 The primary demand on him will be to restore Wanderers to the national league 's first division in time for the club 's 125th anniversary in two years ' time .
20 According to Mark Doran , Unix International 's technical project manager , Application Linking wo n't be a full object-oriented specification and is intended only as a stop-gap definition until the Object Group delivers object linking and embedding guidelines in two years ' time .
21 The next international meeting on endothelins will be held in London in two years ' time .
22 To be meaningful the vision must be a detailed one , a vision of what will actually be happening in his area at 9.00 a.m. on Monday morning in two years ' time to achieve success .
23 The Profitboss , in developing his contacts , never forgets that the friendly Steven Cook he met at the conference last month might just be the head of purchasing for a major customer in two years ' time .
24 But I usually arrange with a client over what 's seen in two years ' time or one year 's time , whatever .
25 To this end a comprehensive review of the training and examination syllabus has been undertaken and we are now embarking on a period of consultation with a view to implementing a more up-to-date system in two years ' time .
26 " The greens as yet are slow but in two years ' time they will be difficult but a very good test of touch and eye .
27 In two years ' time it 's planned it 'll be completely car-free .
28 They then agree with the dealer how much it will be worth in two years ' time , which is the optional final purchase payment .
29 But councillors are urging officials to get on with spending because the authority could go out of business in two years ' time if local government is reorganised .
30 Mr Hewitt is a member of Bishop Auckland Rotary Club and is north regional president of the YMCA , which is planning to open a residential centre in Darlington in two years ' time .
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