Example sentences of "[coord] it [be] [verb] that " in BNC.

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1 discretion or it is hoped that pupils would be afforded the opportunity to make their own , if
2 If they are placed in secondary roles , or it is assumed that women 's identity is to be found in mothering , then the fact of their presence reinforces a certain understanding of the feminine .
3 A strict auction is appropriate if there are a considerable number of interested parties or it is known that there are several parties determined to acquire the business .
4 In the eighteenth century the scales of justice could be tilted in favour of a relative or friend , or it was feared that this was the case , unless strong interest was made in behalf of a litigant in order to ensure equity .
5 The words of the Fourth Commandment are uncompromising and it 's assumed that so also are those who believe in keeping the Sabbath .
6 Willis was blamed for costly delays that plagued filming throughout , and it 's said that he antagonized his co-stars by constantly ad-libbing during takes , leaving the other actors speechless .
7 There 's been nothing very dramatic since the secretive and highly confidential opening , when the teacher started with : " I 've been told about the wreck of a Roman Galley , which is buried in mud off the coast near Pompeii ; and it 's said that when it sank it was carrying great chests of treasure from Egypt . "
8 ‘ There are two children to each room and it 's planned that anyone who has difficulty speaking is put with a child who can communicate well .
9 The line at this point runs through Rushden Woods , and it 's hoped that the bombers may have left behind vital clues .
10 The top grades of the new qualifications are worth two conventional A-Levels , and it 's hoped that as many as half of all sixth formers will soon be studying for them .
11 Dogs ca n't go in eating areas , and it 's preferred that they do n't climb all over furniture in sitting rooms , but there 's a good acre or 27 of space for romping and rambling .
12 Now , with unemployment set to reach two million by Christmas , they are no longer welcome and it 's estimated that over 60 per cent are unemployed .
13 The version of Presentations we 've been looking at is a Beta 2 release , which means that it is very close to being the final code , and it 's expected that only bug-fixes and minor cosmetic changes will take place from this point forward .
14 Booth says there is ‘ real interest ’ in the team 's work from established staff and it 's expected that the programme will prove useful to many people within the business .
15 ‘ That is not to say I am not looking around and it 's reassuring that there 's money available if necessary .
16 The warning light came on , and it 's thought that was the point at which the pilot radioed for help .
17 The warning light came on , and it 's thought that was the point at which the pilot radioed for help .
18 The extent to which these problems will be tolerated , and the measures adopted for dealing with them , will vary from school to school , and it is accepted that it would be impossible to lay down precise rules about the steps to be taken .
19 Library use is never evenly distributed throughout the stock , and it is accepted that some stock categories will only be used by a small number of readers .
20 The outlook is not entirely bleak and it is reckoned that of those who enrol at a clinic , for whatever reason , about 40 per cent will be drug-free within ten years , although within that time , too , 15 per cent of opiate addicts may well be dead .
21 Once a Bill or a proposed measure requiring parliamentary approval enters the lists and it is realised that an environmental impact assessment must be produced , and once it is decided to commission an environmental impact assessment it becomes public property .
22 The plan will be implemented regionally and it is realised that the regional priorities may vary from the national .
23 Because of ethical considerations no placebo group was established and it is conceded that this inevitably limits the strength of overall conclusions made .
24 These are usually agreed jointly by the Countryside Commission and local authorities , and it is intended that strict development control should be applied within them .
25 Specially trained BT staff will also be on hand to advise those who are suffering from nuisance calls , and it is intended that self-help groups will be set up by people who have been victims themselves .
26 Feedback from those attending was positive and it is intended that , after some refining , the workshops will be made available to all colleges .
27 Two officers whose term of secondment came to an end in the course of the year were replaced by promotions from within the Library 's staff , and it is intended that this pattern should continue when the remaining officer returns to the Scottish Office in due course .
28 Your Board is confident that the plan for restructuring the Group will result in a more streamlined , flexible and dynamic organisation and it is intended that it be carried through as fast as possible .
29 When the new system is introduced the caretaking staff will not be amongst those identified as operators and it is intended that these revised hours will assist caretaking staff by freeing them for more appropriate duties .
30 Although it is recognised that performance review must be tailored to local circumstances , generalisations can be made and it is intended that a good practice guide be drawn up based on experience to date .
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