Example sentences of "we [adv] [verb] to " in BNC.

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1 We duly wrote to the CAA , asking them to confirm or deny this practice .
2 The suggested the distinctive Volvo 460 , which we duly put to the test .
3 We mostly want to be left to get on with Afterwards .
4 We rather hope to be asked to dance by a couple of twenty-year-olds , do n't we , old thing ? ’
5 We rather go to Chimney 's tomorrow than to London Zoo .
6 Dysfunction is a term currently enjoying great vogue , perhaps because it so aptly describes so much of what we laughingly refer to as modern living .
7 When we eventually get to it the Visitor Centre there explains with diagrams and scientific data why this is the driest place in Australia .
8 The tow rope snapped twice on the way and was getting shorter and shorter before we eventually got to Darlington .
9 We eventually went to the Austrian Police in an effort to get some assistance and , as good fortune would have it , we met it young Austrian called Thomas who worked at one of the Shipping Offices on the border .
10 Course we was feverishly trying to chip the bricks and things off the horse then how , what had happened because we 'd got two stalls for them , and there was pigs in the one side and the horse in the other one , but of course when we eventually came to it , or they eventually came to the horse , he was dead , been killed standing up there like , you know and er , poor old pigs was all dead as well and as I said , about a hundred fell and two or three would been blown sky high .
11 By the time we eventually turned to starboard and headed off towards the UK I was most anxious to get home : I was to be the best man at a wedding that day , and I had to get back before high noon , When the dawn really appeared we were lying very sedately over ( and we were not aware of it at the time ) Belgium .
12 We can not doubt the intention of such a one to mock our normal human relationships and diminish the value which we properly accord to each other .
13 But it is in mercy that we most relate to fallen people like ourselves .
14 ‘ Life is full of suffering ’ , we might tell ourselves — and we see confirmation of our belief in every conversation with our problem-ridden friends , with every disaster-obsessed news report ( which we compulsively listen to ) , and with every fresh trauma and misfortune that we attract into our own lives .
15 His starting point was dissatisfaction with most sociological theories of crime ( especially anomie and subcultural theories ) for reasons which are now familiar : their assumption that we naturally conform to conventionally defined goals and the means of achieving them , and that we consequently require some ‘ push ’ ( or ‘ strain ’ , as Hirschi calls it ) to propel us into crime .
16 The constructivist thesis , it is argued , is not relevant because mental representations have not been defined away and replaced by talk of actions : we still have to say how mental life as we know it to be , with the representational character that we naturally give to it , relates to neuronal life .
17 ‘ One of the reasons we constantly return to sex is — I think — that we are always needing to know if this is enough to justify what we go through because of It .
18 If we do n't , then we merely surrender to the history of the world and to someone else 's truth .
19 So , still roped from the crevasse fields , we gingerly crawled to the top .
20 When involved in any kind of search we obviously need to be able to recognise what we are looking for , the goal state .
21 We hear a wide range of noises all day and every day but we only listen to those to which we wish to pay attention .
22 So we 're looking to there are n't we only relate to inferior women .
23 I used to , no I only went away on er , we only went to Rotterdam once , that 's all .
24 Well we 've we only went to the if you like the training session of the er erm participants yesterday and we 've got our next meeting on the 22nd February that I 've invited you to at .
25 We only go to the pictures but there 's a scene to face every time when she goes home .
26 I mean , we only go to eight normally on a , a Friday and Saturday .
27 I think we only want to be on the mainframe so that the divisions can access details in the middle of the night .
28 ( Our sample was obviously biased because we only spoke to couples who felt secure in the knowledge that the adoption had just been completed . )
29 ‘ You have to remember , ’ Ellen liked to lecture Thessy and me , ‘ just how absurdly wealthy they all are , and how desperately the wealthy want to be liked because they ca n't help feeling guilty about being so rich , so we only have to be obsequious , give them loads of booze , and pretend to be impressed by their entirely predictable and usually jejune opinions , after which they 'll reward us with an outrageously large tip — which is , after all , the sole reason for being nice to the ghastly creatures in the first place . ’
30 We only work to the laws which are enforced and are made by Parliament . ’
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