Example sentences of "have [adv] [vb pp] back [prep] " in BNC.

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1 The mitre template has since come back onto the market , but at prices like £18-£20 and considering the relatively small amount of work in which it is employed , some readers will no doubt feel that they could spend that money more profitably , so will want to make their own .
2 Lucker has obviously come back for me once , as there is a fresh note on the bed .
3 Thomson 's free kick Pearce gets it clear and then won back by Hill but has only gone back to the Forest skipper .
4 Using the hypothetical examples above , for instance , this is how it might work out : skilled employment ( 4 ) the top possible score : employment duration — she has just gone back to work ( 1 ) ; housing — she has had to move to a smaller flat(l) so has n't been there long ( 0 ) ; she does have a bank account ( 4 ) ; but is separated ( 0 ) ; and quite young ( 2 ) .
5 One British firm has just come back from France with almost £1m for its contribution towards landscaping .
6 ‘ He has just come back from Canada and he will go back to Canada . ’
7 A film editor friend has just come back from a couple of weeks of yoga , a music producer I know goes to St James , Piccadilly , where they have spiritual talks on a Monday evening , while a designer friend does Chi-Kung , a Chinese movement like Tai-Chi , where you have to ‘ stand like a tree ’ .
8 Pierre Berton , who wrote the books , has just got back from Vancouver .
9 ( In good humour he has already turned back to the mime : the two SPIES awaiting execution at the hands of the PLAYER ) Audiences know what to expect , and that is all that they are prepared to believe in .
10 The hardest hit Americans included Ed Ruscha , Donald Sultan and Frank Stella though Anthony Grant at Sotheby 's stresses that demand has already bounced back for top works by Julian Schnabel and others badly mauled in 1991 .
11 One of the men has already come back to Britain voluntarily , the older one is fighting extradition
12 That machine has now gone back to being called the Model 54 and will appear as a 45MHz TAB-packaged four-way , as it was meant to at one time .
13 That machine has now gone back to being called the Model 54 and will appear as a 45MHz TAB-packaged four-way , as had already been intended at one time .
14 he has now gone back to Little , Brown lock , stock and backlist , and LB is mighty pleased .
15 ‘ Major has now gone back to the animal refuge .
16 The sexual pendulum has now swung back to a more central position , and that 's good news !
17 Mia has now flown back to America with the one-year-old dog , which she has named Tip because it came from Co Tipperary .
18 IBM Corp has now fallen back on the reliable method of pre-announcement for its OS/2 promotion campaign .
19 It has now reverted back to a quiet village , disturbed only at weekends by visitors from surrounding areas who come to fish , walk the frontage and watch the departure or arrival of passenger ferries and other shipping .
20 He has even gone back to old techniques .
21 Since the 1900s , despite the increasing numbers of the elderly , the proportion has again fallen back by more than a third .
22 Now effectively shy of two of those founders , it has essentially retracted back to a die-hard core of some two dozen companies from a highly publicised swell of some 250 industry lights .
23 Right yeah erm so that can be , that can be a bit awkward but still some of the older stuff can give you a bit of a grounding in , in , in , in , in , in what it 's about if you can find anything relevant and sometimes you 've just got to sort of wander round the library and pick things up off the shelves like at random and see , see if you can find something in the index or find something in the contents pages that sort of vaguely coincides with what the you know what 's been talked about in the class that week erm sometimes if you keep looking you might actually be dead lucky and find one of the recommended books has actually come back in erm you may find that you 've got to be a bit flexible about that because , you know , if a topic 's dealt with in November you may not get a chance to see the book until you know kind of , I do n't know , February or something , you know I mean so it , it sometimes does mean you 've got to do the reading like a bit displaced from the from the classes
24 Er then he made the I 'd better cut back to the business card because you jumped into the statement of purpose erm you assum er there was an assumed er was okay erm I put superb and I ca n't remember what that actually was there .
25 ‘ You 'd better come back in the house and dry your shoes and socks , ’ said Betty .
26 But I think they 'd just gone back for the money creed and once you get that well erm they do n't realize that they could be falling into the trap unless we blokes stand firm now to maintain this standard of living .
27 Well I c I I 've seen so many things over the year I just do n't believe it until I actually see it and th literally four weeks ago , I 'd just got back from Germany , went on a meeting the following morning and it 's that gentleman there , Steve , and h he 's got some pictures in his pocket which will prove exactly what we 're talking about .
28 That was er I 'd just got back from work .
29 The duvet , I 'd just taken back from the dry cleaners !
30 ‘ I did n't know , ’ he went on , ‘ that you 'd already gone back to England .
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