Example sentences of "i [vb past] [pron] at [art] " in BNC.

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1 Started with this device this is the thing I made it at the grammar school when I was working there .
2 My results were received with general disbelief when I announced them at a conference near Oxford .
3 Course , I 'ad to 'ang about a bit until I saw yer go out , and afterwards I met 'im at the Elephant an' Castle .
4 When I met her at the airport after she flew in to London from Los Angeles recently , I caught my breath when I saw her because she just looked so lovely .
5 He thrust his hands deep into his pockets , hunching his shoulders as he continued , ‘ I met her at the party I threw to celebrate taking over control of the company .
6 I met him at a Conference , in Paris . ’
7 I met him at a party .
8 I met him at a dance held in the Airmen 's Mess ( so romantic ! ) , when I 'd only been at Binbrook three weeks .
9 I met him at a dance , a nice soldier who was playing double bass in the band .
10 ‘ When he was vice-president , I met him at a stage dinner when the Reagans were in the White House and we had a dance and we talked about playing tennis .
11 Apparently I met him at a conference on the economics of multiculturalism .
12 I met him at a tennis club , and he was a very , very attractive man indeed .
13 I met him at the Labour Club .
14 ‘ My name is Lockwood , ’ I said , when I met him at the gate to his house .
15 I met them at the same time , ’ Tim recalls .
16 Self conscious in my normal clothes I seated myself at the rear of the upper stalls .
17 I got nothing at the table right .
18 I got them at a craft fair at farm .
19 " I got mine at the cut price place at the end of the Queenstown Road . "
20 Before I had really recovered , I found myself at the railway station , where I said goodbye to Dulcie and we went our separate ways , promising to keep in touch , as one does .
21 Then the talk turned to the West and I found myself at the centre of questions .
22 The scene shifted and I found myself at the head of a stairwell , aware that yet another place might be reached but only by somersaulting over the banister and walking my feet down the opposite wall as one might descend a defile in a crag .
23 ‘ I suppose I took the wrong path , ’ he said , ‘ and I found myself at the edge of a cliff . ’
24 In a short while , limping and protesting , I found myself at the local prison , pushed into a filthy stinking room with some two dozen other malefactors .
25 I was convinced that the law would back us , so I found someone at a local law centre and she confirmed it , so we went back .
26 One this girl traced my hand and I traced hers at the same time — I went very slowly , which triggered her ticklishness , and she laughed every time my pencil made it to the place between two of her fingers , but she was brave , she stayed put .
27 As I told her at the time there were several possibilities . ’
28 Erm , thought it would be nice at handicrafts afternoon and then we could throw the handicraft meeting open to anybody if I told them at the meeting before were going to have it .
29 Well I mean , I told them at the time I was against the of a sixteen month deal .
30 I told him at a funeral this afternoon that I was pulling him out of Saturday 's game .
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