Example sentences of "a long way to [v-ing] " in BNC.

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1 The priority for those of us who live along and use the north Kent line is that line itself , and the £1 billion saved on the project would go a devil of a long way to sorting out the line .
2 So if we could use , insist on issuing licences , that would go a long way to sorting some of these of these problems out .
3 This election could go a long way to sorting that out .
4 In this way , the learner will gain confidence , and this goes a long way to promoting safe practice if at a later time adequate guidance and support are lacking .
5 Smith observed : ‘ I think tomorrow will go a long way to clarifying the picture .
6 While the press , led by The Hindu , has gone a long way to proving that Bofors handed out millions of dollars to Indian middlemen , the identity of the ultimate recipients of the money remains a mystery .
7 In the meantime this recording should go a long way to helping his cause .
8 The WYSIWYG add-in goes a long way to helping you see how your masterpiece will eventually print out — but only approximately ( it 's pretty much like Windows 1-2-3 in that respect ! ) .
9 What it does is it means that there is a proper look each year at the finances of each individual firm er and er if there are things which are wrong , they are reported straight away and that really I think is the lesser of all of this with B C C I , er that er where things are not all they should be that they are dealt with and they are reported quickly and these orders , Madam Deputy Speaker , go a long way to helping to ensure that and for that reason I believe the house should warmly welcome them .
10 Three books on Clive Sinclair 's £125 colour computer , the ZX Spectrum , go a long way to dispelling both impressions .
11 He is still extremely grateful to the SMH , though his results on behalf of the paper since have gone a long way to repaying any debt of gratitude .
12 Fortunately , our neutering scheme has gone a long way to alleviating this problem . ’
13 The head of the Exchange 's advertising department Boris Goldman believes that the opening of the exchange will go a long way to breaking the mafia art market in which Western and Russian intermediaries often knock down prices on Russian works of art .
14 Little was known about the products of many of these areas , and much research still needs to be done but Collecting Lustreware goes a long way to redressing the balance .
15 Quite clearly , a small percentage reduction in wastage would go a long way to easing the manpower problems .
16 Whether it 's a long-term or short-term problem you will find gentle exercise and relaxation through yoga will be beneficial to you mentally and physically , and we always find that a good massage goes a long way to easing tension and making you feel better .
17 The cup triumph will go a long way to easing the memory of their loss to Waringstown in the final of the Touche Ross Senior Cup last month and caps a solid season for the Comber side .
18 The Law Society have now introduced the Client Care Scheme , which goes a long way to bonding this relationship at the outset .
19 The actual construction of a carpet goes a long way to determining how long it will keep its original appearance .
20 Together with thick carpet and underfelt , it should go a long way to pleasing the occupants of the flat below .
21 If objectives from the higher categories of Bloom 's taxonomy are included , where students are asked to make judgements , to criticise and evaluate ; and if students are given a range of objectives from which they may make their own choices and even , at the later stages of training , are encouraged to write their own , then this will go a long way to meeting this criticism .
22 Satisfactory tenants would at least keep the house warm and protected , as well as producing an income that would go a long way to meeting your expenses .
23 A large microcomputer system with an extensive range of hardware devices and large block of extra machine-code routines is very flexible and powerful , and would go a long way to meeting the requirements of the program designer , but in realistic terms such a system would be too expensive for most schools at present .
24 The availability of rebates has , however , gone a long way to meeting this objection .
25 THE picture above shows the ideal set-up for the modern work station , and the new EC regulations go a long way to achieving this .
26 We need an improved education system , and the Bill will go a long way to achieving that for the benefit of our children .
27 Captain George Sutherland , director of marine operations for Shetland Island Council , said : ‘ The proposals for traffic separation should go a long way to providing protection for the adjacent coastline and we are content with the measures . ’
28 In Fox 's case , practice obviously goes a long way to making perfect .
29 Now , diver deployment systems are accepted as normal offshore practise , and go a long way to making commercial diving safer .
30 Huntington 's argument goes a long way to making clear the disappointment a reader experiences if he approaches the Wellsian SF novels in chronological order .
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