Example sentences of "have [adv] [adv prt] [prep] " in BNC.

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1 And we know that through that period , there has been a steady increase in the number of police officers the county have got , and this county has always up to now , willingly funded those police officers .
2 I reckon he 'd better off with the music to be honest , I mean
3 ‘ The Mirror has taken it from the limited audience it has had right out into the open .
4 ‘ If present trends continue , ’ Labour Party spokesman Robin Cook said , ‘ we will have fewer people at work making things than we will have really out of work and making nothing . ’
5 I registered every dog we had right up to 1969 .
6 The outcome by 1800 was that around a fifth of manufacturing output was exported compared with a third in 1700 , and that whereas manufactured goods had then up to a third of imports , by 1815 they hardly figured at all .
7 Comments I had earlier on in our relationship had n't , he did n't seem very keen did he ?
8 " Why , as a matter of interest , " said Martin , calmly , as though the discussion up to this point had been quite unreliable , " did you have so many children , Candida ? " and Mrs Denham , strangely , took off her glasses , and frowned , and began to speak as though she had indeed up to this point been talking nonsense .
9 The increased numbers of people were housed by splitting up existing houses so that even modest cottages had sometimes up to twenty people living in them .
10 All these problems are exactly comparable with those we have farther back down the stratigraphical column .
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