Example sentences of "it [be] [noun] [prep] [pron] " in BNC.

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1 In it are examples of his installation work and some object sculptures , among them ‘ Bureau Couvert de Mules ’ of 1966 and another work from the Sixties which consists of a stuffed parrot in a glass case with an accompanying text and a tape-loop of sound .
2 Could it be wedding-bells for you soon ? ’
3 ‘ But it 's not right , ’ said Lydia Horton , looking around the dreary little back-street surgery in the least attractive part of Oswaldston as if it were part of her grievance .
4 Therefore I am not able to suggest to you , and have n't been able to in my evidence which district even a new settlement er ought to go in , but I have to say that if it were part of your deliberations that you should choose a particular district , er then it is not part of my submission that you should not choose a particular district , but my bottom line is that the policy wording should at least ensure that there is commitment to a new settlement and it is inescapable on behalf of the district planning authorities , the last thing that we would want is the possibility of going round the districts , and the last one to produce a district wide plan is the one that has to get the new settlement , that seems to be a gen , fairly unsatisfactory way of proceeding , and each one should have to consider that as part of their certification process .
5 At first it were good because it were incentive for her to keep going because she 'd , you know , paid so much but toward the end , she said , it were getting ridiculous .
6 Irene Daniels , who 's the programme 's researcher says ‘ if you have a clip that makes you and your family laugh , then it 's odds on it 'll make other people laugh too ’ .
7 As a Cheltenham magistrate Cranog Jones has sat in judgement of many but tonight he 's waiting for a jury to delever it 's verdict on him .
8 I thought it was Ben yesterday afternoon I dropped Lynsey 's thing in with Ben down there and it 's Jack , I like John , I like to speak to John , so I said John I think it 's Tommy for you , but then
9 I doubt whether this is done deliberately , but I think it 's part of everybody 's perception of science in schools that girls do biology and boys do chemistry and physics , and I suppose this is bound to have its affect on people 's choices , but I personally , and I think most of my colleagues would agree with me on this , see no reason to suppose that girls should be any less good at chemistry and physics than boys .
10 D : Well I do n't think you 're ever going to get it except by civil disobedience because it 's part of what a government 's all about , they have to defend the country .
11 It 's part of what 's called the local group of galaxies which contains about thirty galaxies .
12 He added : ‘ If a woman upsets you , all right — it 's part of their function in life .
13 Er , yes , well , I 'd , I 'd , er , I 'd like to make two proposals , first of all that we formally congratulate our officers for leading the team that er , put together this successful bid , erm , but I 'd also like to say something about these concerns about the boundaries because it 's Oswestry again , amongst mainly the sort of north of the county around Oswestry , which like with the rural development area , could be left out , and , of course , economic development does n't stop at a parish boundary people cross it , it 's part of their economic activity and erm , I know that some of the sort of proposed projects put together for the use of this five B money , er , around the Oswestry area , are extremely desirable projects , er , and are achievable projects , and it would be a tragedy if er , if they were , if , if we failed to achieve them because of er , a kind of a bureaucratic dotted line which say you ca n't have the money because you 're the wrong side of the line .
14 I do n't know , I do n't know , er , I , I , I 'm not really up into this , but for example , the reason that McDonald 's uses red , is because it 's part of their culture of being classed in an so if you used green .
15 Yeah but it 's part of their
16 It 's produced by Christian Aid and it 's part of its Christian Aid week 's activity .
17 It 's part of it .
18 But it 's part of it . ’
19 well it 's part of it really
20 So it 's part of you know , part of the the penalty if you like , of living in the flats .
21 The past does n't just go away , it 's with you , it 's part of you .
22 I 've seen it before , it 's part of his make-up . ’
23 It 's part of his job : he 's a headmaster .
24 It 's part of his consciousness , yes , that 's a nice idea .
25 It 's part of his British tour in May and sixty thousand fans are expected to cram in to watch him .
26 It 's part of your fun as well — if you have not picked that up , you should . ’
27 Perhaps you feel it 's part of your duty as my host . ’
28 It 's part it 's part of your pack Desmond , I gave you papers and you should have in it erm
29 And thi I mean , you do n't have to pay for the creche cos it comes in the , it 's part of your
30 It 's part of my life that is passed and there is no point in hiding it . ’
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