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

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1 The risks involved are thus extremely high , and it is generally recognised that close management control of these companies by the venture capital funds in necessary , as compared with the more remote approach of investors on the Stock Exchange .
2 The celebrated Wasp Pendant ( Figure 28 ) came from a rich burial at Mallia , and it is generally believed that at least some of the Aigina Treasure — found at Aigina , but of unknown provenance — came from Mallia too .
3 Although some NMR studies have shown that it is possible to bind two actinomycin molecules to the tetranucleotide GCGC [ 29 ] , binding of the second molecule is highly anticooperative and it is generally believed that the exclusion site size for actinomycin , under normal conditions , is at least 4 base pairs [ 1 ] .
4 Rape is only held to have been committed in English law where the sexual intercourse is ‘ unlawful ’ , and it is generally assumed that the function of that term is to remove non-consensual intercourse between a man and his wife from the ambit of rape .
5 On the other hand the EEC Nine produces only 64% of its consumption of sheep meat and it is generally assumed that the UK with approximately 25% of the EEC sheep flock and as the leading producer of 50% of Community production is well placed to reap some advantage which could be of benefit to the hills and upland areas .
6 Lampreys and hagfishes lack a differentiated stomach , and it is generally assumed that all agnathans were similarly microphagous with no need for a stomach .
7 Myths abound in the heroin community as to the meaning of ‘ notification ’ and ‘ registration ’ and it is generally assumed that all ‘ official ’ agencies are in league with one another .
8 Most experts think normal cells probably have to undergo several mutations in order to become cancerous ; and it is generally suspected that the mouse cells — a laboratory line known as NIH 3T3 cells — have already undergone numerous mutations and are hovering on the brink of becoming cancerous .
9 Most young people in Britain grow up in families , and it is generally acknowledged that the family plays an important part in the development of the future adult .
10 In 1912 Edison introduced the compatible ‘ Blue Amberol ’ records made of an even tougher plastic ; and it is generally accepted that Blue Amberols had a better , higher fidelity performance than any other medium before the First World War .
11 Consumer public relations depends on using to the full this part of the media and it is generally accepted that any consultant working in this field will have contacts within the appropriate media .
12 And it is generally felt that traffic will get heavier when the new A3 Petersfield bypass opens .
13 For many , this would be the natural choice anyway with or without government policy , and it is generally agreed that the ideals behind community care are good ones .
14 The ‘ broken ’ colours of the Blenheim and tricolour seem to be more popular , and it is generally held that the ‘ whole colours ’ are the more active of the breed .
15 The significance of migrating larvae of S. vulgaris in natural cases of colic is difficult to assess , but it is generally recognised that where strongyle infections of horses are efficiently controlled the incidence of colic is markedly decreased .
16 There are no rules defining the distinction between runners and strips , but it is generally accepted that a runner is relatively large ( halfway or corridor size ) , whereas a strip is rarely more than .
17 Many diverse schools still come from Okinawa , but it is generally accepted that the mainstay of much of the karate that is practised in the world today is the original shotokan style , brought from Okinawa to Japan by karate 's modern-day founder and innovator , Gichin Funakoshi .
18 A clear waiver of subrogation rights issued by the insurers is obviously preferred , but it is generally accepted that the noting of interests will have the same effect , although there is no guarantee of this .
19 There is no express disqualification from voting in the case of mental patients other than the general reference to ‘ any legal incapacity to vote ’ in s.1(l) ( b ) ( i ) of the 1983 Act but it is generally considered that any person who , at the moment of voting , lacked capacity to understand what he was immediately about to do , whether by reason of mental illness or drunkenness , etc. , could be denied the right to vote by the presiding officer at the poll .
20 The effect of the Sicilian experience on Yeats is disputed by Yeats scholars , but it is generally agreed that some effect there was .
21 This was an effective method of recognition , but it is generally agreed that the method works only for highly constrained tasks .
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