Example sentences of "it 's [verb] [conj] " in BNC.

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1 ‘ No , I think it 's flattering that somebody would take the time .
2 ‘ Jesus , you talk as if it 's booby-trapped or something .
3 Either it 's argued that British life does n't show up well in front of a film camera , or that British filmmakers are n't capable of using that camera to probe behind the surface of things .
4 It 's argued that psychoanalysts are motivated by the need to influence and control .
5 It 's argued that metering offers consumers an incentive to save water , allowing you to limit your bill by using less .
6 It 's rising and rising fast , ’ Bryce muttered .
7 Oh it 's wobbling and wobbling and wobbling
8 It 's accepted that the towing tractor will stand idle for some of the time , but at least you are n't taking tankers into the field , ’ he adds .
9 It 's accepted that doctors do n't look after their own families .
10 And if it 's discovered that I spent most of my childhood in care , then reporters could make enquiries and turn it into a big thing . ’
11 That is , it lives from the time it 's conceived and created , for some fifty or sixty years , it varies , and then the work dies .
12 It 's to participate and support anything that encourages charities to strive for the highest standards .
13 So it 's it 's getting but you 're coming along very well are n't you .
14 I 've got , I feel as if it 's getting and I do n't know if it 's erm to be
15 And the rest of the times it 's you know , it 's taking If we could keep going for
16 It dries surprisingly quickly , and providing it 's laundered as directed on the label it 's relatively crease resistant .
17 Even today , when the tottering of a Goldcrest or TESE is taken as a sign that the film industry is going under , it 's assumed that big companies are the key to surviving in the film business , because that 's the way they do things in LA .
18 The words of the Fourth Commandment are uncompromising and it 's assumed that so also are those who believe in keeping the Sabbath .
19 It 's puzzling that the British public seems to share this feeling of worship for Russian dancers , yet does n't extend anything like the same respect to its own .
20 With such a carefully organised operation it 's puzzling that Langan 's should be so unwelcoming .
21 It 's isolated and little used , but conveniently near to allied headquarters .
22 It 's proven that being surrounded by like-minded people is itself inspirational .
23 It 's understood that he has now been twice to complain to the Prime Minister that ministers are trying to make his staff do things he finds improper .
24 It 's understood that officers in an unmarked car followed
25 It 's understood that allegations of indecency were made by a 17 year old trainee monk in Brixton .
26 Retired university lecturer Ray Morgan was not at home when we called to see him , but it 's understood that he decided to quit after several meetings with the Gloucestershire Magistrates Association .
27 It 's believed that stress can actually depress the immune system , leaving us pretty to every cold and bout of flu , and also to more serious complaints .
28 It 's believed that the life force , energy and soul of a plant is to be found within its essential oils .
29 It 's believed that pollution can form substances in our body known as free radicals which speed up ageing .
30 It 's believed that up to fifty Britons could be involved in the siege involving a heavily armed religious group in Texas .
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