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

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1 As soon as babyhood is over , parents often decide it 's time their toddler Learnt Something .
2 Surely it 's time its story was cerialised ?
3 I really think it 's time they allowed me to join .
4 Sliwa said : ‘ If people are going to like you it 's time they know the truth .
5 He said the flights amounted to £6,000 of taxpayers ' money : ‘ It 's time they paid the money back . ’
6 It 's time they earned their wages ! ’
7 For it 's time they saw more of me in the south , Iago , where I shall not be expected .
8 It 's time they joined the game . ’
9 Comrades , it 's time that this union , along with other trade unions , made it absolutely clear to the Labour leadership , we are the Labour Party , it is us that gives resources , our time , our money , everything to try and get them elected and it 's time they stopped kicking us in the teeth at times such as this .
10 They say it 's time they were paid for doing a full time job , which dominates their lives and saves the state thirty billion pounds each year …
11 think it 's time they
12 ‘ Dorothy , it 's time we went to Final Assembly . ’
13 For them , especially , it 's time we caught up with the rest of the European Community and extended to all workers employment protection , pro rata benefits and pay , as well as parental leave and childcare .
14 It 's time we had a talk , ’ Otley said the next morning .
15 It 's time we British bucked up .
16 I sincerely hope not , and it 's time we proved it .
17 Well , it 's time we men stood up for ourselves .
18 ‘ I think it 's time we ventured out on to some grass and a semblance of the real thing , ’ Biddy remarked , fastening her crash-helmet .
19 It 's time we took a load off your mind .
20 I feel that it 's time we made a commitment .
21 Ignoring Colin she spoke to Norman : ‘ Look , it 's time we were going .
22 NOW the European Community mandarins have gone their separate ways after yet another costly weekend of squabbling and arm-twisting , it 's time we realised that the nations which form what was once called The Common Market actually have very little in ‘ common ’ at all .
23 I think it 's time we had a drink .
24 It 's time we lifted some of it .
25 It 's time we got you home , Darren .
26 I think it 's time we increased surveillance on all arrivals into Finland . ’
27 Maybe it 's time we began to roar like stags in the rut .
28 I think it 's time we bivouacked ’ , I muttered , when we had struggled free of the rope .
29 It 's time we shouted our message from the rooftops — being over 40 , middle-aged , whatever you call it , is fun .
30 It 's time we went home . "
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