Example sentences of "[noun] [prep] [noun] all [prep] the " in BNC.

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1 The former King Rat now spends his days raising funds for kids all over the world .
2 There is still a great deal of Greece all through the Tartarin and Daumier part of this queer country , where the good folks have the accent you know ; there is a Venus of Arles just as there is a Venus of Lesbos and one still feels the youth of it , in spite of all …
3 Went to the Royal Academy when I was doing my 'O' Levels , it was a Jackson follow up it was about , ambulance was about twelve foot by twelve foot , it was literally splodges of paint all over the fucking place , it was horrible , you can actually buy them at the Royal Academy , you ca n't buy them at , but he was asking a hundred thousand pounds for it , I could n't believe it , a trained monkey could of fucking painted that
4 Mrs Jones was attacked at her home in the village of Hodson near Swindon all for the sake of sixty pounds .
5 Maggie remembers one dress : it was plum velvet with lace all round the neck and cuffs , clutch bag to match .
6 Due to the obsession of most comparative sociologists with problems of measurement , all sight of a global system was lost in the mists of dubious generalization about a host of discrete variables from societies all over the world .
7 Its headlights came on full beam , and it accelerated away with a rising roar which brought heads to windows all along the street .
8 The Met office has just agreed a prestigious deal with the International Civil Aviation Organisation to provide weather data to airlines all over the world .
9 Stephen was still in bed but sitting up and there were books on Vangmoor all over the quilt .
10 Many can forage above ground at night but they laboriously shield themselves from predators by constructing covered run-ways , and thin crusts of mud all over the vegetation they are plundering .
11 What a growing part of agriculture all over the world had in common was subjection to the industrial world economy .
12 I mean I think there are groups of women all over the country very interested in feminism and doing lots of good work and providing support for women who do want some sort of change , and so if that 's what you mean by the women 's liberation movement I think it 's a very good thing .
13 These source rocks are the peridotites , and since geophysics tells us that the mantle consists of the same kind of material all over the world , it 's clear that melting part of the mantle beneath Hawaii should produce the same kind of rocks as those produced by melting part of the mantle beneath Iceland .
14 Algal , lichen and moss communities grow wherever there is a hint of moisture , in a variety of habitats all over the continent .
15 To some extent , little or much , the Created God has been in course of production all over the world for all time .
16 Our task today is to increase the international pressure on behalf of the thousands of prisoners of conscience all over the world , to make tomorrow the day their freedom is restored .
17 The event was held in the school library and messages of hope were written to prisoners of conscience all over the world .
18 There is going to be all forms of Jihad all over the world because there is a sacred element , there is an element erm of er which is the presence of a foreign non-Muslim force in the Holy Land ; this is a very explosive element .
19 And with the help of breeders all over the world , they 've made a dramatic comeback .
20 You keep meeting the same people in a sector of industry all over the world . ’
21 To me there are prototypes of Alf all over the country : far too many of them in fact .
22 A tiny creature which cuts a tracery of lines all over the surface of floating foliage .
23 Our future lies in further developing the appeal of our outstanding portfolio of brands with consumers all over the world .
24 This game is based on the Simon game that was a hit with kids all over the U.K. a number of years ago .
25 It struck him that it seemed weird that Leeds rejected continuous bids from Blackburn all through the season and then suddenly , out of the blue , accepted one .
26 Erlich had seen nothing like it in CI-3 , in Washington Field Office , where each room had photos of wives stuck onto cork boards , of kids , postcards from vacations all over the world , cartoons , clippings of headlines and a huge blow-up of a quote from an English thriller writer : ‘ The most suspicious , unbelieving , unreasonable , petty , inhuman , sadistic , double-crossing set of bastards in any language [ are ] the people who run counter-espionage departments . ’
27 Apparently they had road blocks and patrols on roads all over the area , and they searched the grounds of the house .
28 Mr Richardson said : ‘ He caused havoc at universities all round the world , so the computer systems were inaccessible to anyone but him .
29 So , there are these sort of centres all over the country , er but this is the first time that there has been one that has arts and science under the same room .
30 Suddenly , as we were about fifty yards from that lovely smell of coffee , there was an almighty roar as the barn blew up , scattering burning straw and all kinds of debris all over the farm area .
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