Example sentences of "[v-ing] [conj] [pron] [is] [adv] " in BNC.

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1 Either it is raining or it is not raining .
2 How ancient this thought is we can see by noticing that it is just the figure Plato used in The Republic to supply his political myth justifying political inequality ( Bk .
3 I think also you would expect children who are really quite young , well before the first year , to be showing social interest in other adults around , and if they 're not it might be worth checking that there is n't some problem with the child .
4 I think also you would expect children who are really quite young , well before the first year , to be showing social interest in other adults around , and if they 're not it might be worth checking that there is n't some problem with the child .
5 The procedure continues for weeks with the man unable to tell the girl that he still buys the ticket even though he no longer has a car , and the girl not wanting to hurt his feelings by revealing that she is just taking a short cut , walking through the car park on her way to W. H. Smith .
6 Right you have to come I think the basis of this evening was to get people to come along and put there points of view and to say what 's happening and what is n't happening and I think we can take that take that away and considerate it yes I mean I I think the board or the management committee will be happy to meet with people to discuss the use of the theatre er what it 's used for what might what the unhappiness is if there is unhappiness and the positive and the positive as well as the negative points yes .
7 Yet this is exactly what is happening and it is also happening with the schools in a reactive stance .
8 Well , I think we should tell national office that this is , you know , this is happening and it 's not on !
9 Mr Brown 's girlfriend is dying and he 's really cut up about it .
10 And they 'll check that out for you and we 'll see what 's happening but it 's just in case there 's any arthritis or anything like that that 's
11 The expansion of forestry by means of a policy of attrition and isolation of farms is occurring but it is not necessarily a process which in the long term will lead to a reasonable balance of land use .
12 But Phillip Chubb is in our group And he wants to be Robin Hood And Ann Boot is sulking because she 's not with her friend And I do n't see why I should be wood .
13 I carry on walking till it 's really dark and all the cars have got their lights on .
14 September is one of my favourite months for walking as it 's invariably cooler — and wetter , it 's true ! — yet the days are still long and it 's easier to avoid the crowds .
15 And as if one needed reminding that there 's more to this year 's contest than Karaoke , four of the 11 acts competing were to provide their own original accompaniment .
16 Village life is therefore not as close knit as it once was , which is common in many villages today , but nevertheless local functions held in nearby Harpham village hall are always well attended proving that there is still a sense of community in the area .
17 ‘ Jason was here when I came , proving that it 's not what a player costs but what he does that counts . ’
18 However , his distressed natural fabrics are an eerily beautiful choice for the contemporary aesthete , proving that it 's not always necessary for fashion designers to be timelords too .
19 Basses by Bernie Goodfellow Proving that it 's extremely difficult to keep a good bassmaker down , here are the latest offerings from the hands of Bernie Goodfellow …
20 ‘ An Aching And A Longing ’ , Martyn 's previous album on his own label , has to date sold over 30,000 copies in the UK , proving that it is still possible to achieve success via the traditional workaholic route .
21 Although saturation kinetics for glucose absorption from human jejunum have been shown suggesting that there is only active glucose transport , there is other evidence suggesting the participation of passibe glucose absorption as well .
22 Saxton Bampfylde represents a more recent example of a breakaway this time from John Stork — suggesting that there is still scope for start-ups in headhunting .
23 The delight at the judgment which was ascribed to John Hegarty in the July issue of ACCOUNTANCY perhaps goes too far in suggesting that there is now mutual recognition of firms within the EC .
24 Contrary to some of the conclusions drawn from social scientific research suggesting that it is primarily home or family backgrounds that determines the level of educational performance , Edmonds proceeds to identify those characteristics of effective schools delivering marked improvements in children 's educational achievements .
25 One response to this has been to challenge the position of the majority in the province by suggesting that it is not the population of the province who should decide the issues at stake but the population of the whole of Ireland .
26 Will he give at least gentle guidance to LEAs suggesting that it is not reasonable for students to be excluded from discretionary grants merely because their parents have moved home ?
27 This difference does not interact with junction , F(9,50)=1.01 , suggesting that it is largely a general improvement rather than one related to aspects of individual junctions .
28 As for Egypt , I do not think that the hon. and learned Gentleman is seriously suggesting that it is about to launch an attack on Israel , or is to be feared in that connection .
29 They argued against what they termed Hall 's ‘ ideologism ’ , suggesting that it is too elastic , descriptive and lacking in explanatory content .
30 Deletions and point mutations of this gene were detected in eight unrelated XLA patients , strongly suggesting that it is directly involved in the disease and , therefore , in the process of B-cell development .
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