Example sentences of "from [noun] [adv] over the " in BNC.

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1 ‘ When our case was originally rejected we got calls from authorities all over the country saying ‘ What 's going on ? ’ . ’
2 It is the same battle , in a new form , which dates centuries back , and which finds support from peoples all over the ‘ Third World ’ who have been fighting and dying for too long for something which is so clearly their birthright .
3 Hundreds of thousands of personal pledges received from countries all over the world will be attached to the Tree of Life as a powerful visual expression of the concern of individuals for the state of the Earth and their commitment to protect it .
4 Representatives from countries all over the world met in Nairobi at the end of June to discuss the greenhouse effect .
5 Offers of help for the Bosnian evacuees have been received from countries all over the world including Britain .
6 Over forty-five gigantic works of Social Realism have been dismantled from sites all over the city and hauled to a 1.5 hectare sculpture park on the southern outskirts of the Hungarian capital .
7 Wine is exported from areas all over the world .
8 The original was discovered as one of 115,000 samples taken from plants all over the world .
9 Not only is she busy sending out subscription forms to the existing 220 members , she is also coping with the dozens of enquiries from amateurs all over the world looking to turn professional .
10 The small tools have come from yards all over the country .
11 Gone was the flattened-out effect ; a more contoured look was possible with these sticks that could be bought from chemists all over the country .
12 Our advisory services answer thousands of queries from people all over the country .
13 FIVE FUNKY FEMALES between 17 and 18 years into soul/hip hop/house- Enjoy warehouse parties , would seriously love to hear from people all over the place , especially males who would like to show us some good places .
14 The Pope 's 450-page draft text has been drawn up with the help of 24,000 suggestions from bishops all over the world .
15 Erlich had seen nothing like it in CI-3 , in Washington Field Office , where each room had photos of wives stuck onto cork boards , of kids , postcards from vacations all over the world , cartoons , clippings of headlines and a huge blow-up of a quote from an English thriller writer : ‘ The most suspicious , unbelieving , unreasonable , petty , inhuman , sadistic , double-crossing set of bastards in any language [ are ] the people who run counter-espionage departments . ’
16 Due to the obsession of most comparative sociologists with problems of measurement , all sight of a global system was lost in the mists of dubious generalization about a host of discrete variables from societies all over the world .
17 Half the visitors were from societies all over the North but the other half were people who came out of interest and curiosity . ’
18 The period from the building of the first cotton mills up to a restrictive parliamentary act of 1816 was the era of the factory apprentices — pauper children brought from workhouses all over the country to be indentured to misery .
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