Example sentences of "[vb pp] [noun] from all over the " in BNC.

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1 The novelty of these services meant that the area , as a pioneer development centre , soon attracted visitors from all over the country .
2 Keith Hayes , treasurer of Middlesbrough and District Philatelic Society , which hosted this year 's convention , said it had attracted dealers from all over the North from the Tweed to the Humber .
3 ‘ Even if we celebrated in a small way we would have attracted tourists from all over the world .
4 The auction has attracted enquiries from all over the world .
5 The auction 's attracted interest from all over the world , and Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger may be among the bidders .
6 ‘ We have had calls from all over the place .
7 The Mnarja festival had drawn crowds from all over the island .
8 They 've got beers from all over the world in Budgens , Mexican , goodness knows what
9 Oh , and I forgot to tell you yes , there 's quite a lot of visual art as well , and one of the really exciting things is our mail art exhibition , and that 's M A I L , where we 've invited people from all over the world , and within the community , to send in art on the theme of the rainforest .
10 The start of a reunion which has brought ex-servicemen from all over the country to Oxford .
11 Adderbury in Oxfordshire may not be the home of international tennis , but it 's poached professionals from all over the globe for the Everest National Club league campaign .
12 Throughout the house , the Basses have used a traditional country style , but also taken inspiration from all over the world .
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