Example sentences of "'ve just been [verb] " in BNC.

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1 ‘ I suppose that I 've just been recognising that the sort of feeling your mother had for your father is … she paused as she searched for as unemotive a word as possible .
2 ‘ No , you 've just been lookin' , ’ she said .
3 I 've just been watching all that Fields , that chap Fields .
4 er , this is not of , this is not of the point , in fact it 's on it , it 's a point which I asked you before and er it concerned , I think it 's the same case as the one we 've just been mentioning the , with the commission of objecting to erm appeal procedures on the grounds they are unfair , is that , that 's the same one is n't it ? , let me just perhaps look at it
5 took the first call , but I 've just been speaking to him , and you 'd better have the full picture . ’
6 ‘ I 've just been speaking to my sister .
7 ‘ I 've just been speaking to Drewer , ’ rapped Naylor .
8 like I 've just said , I 've just been speaking for a whole lesson , my voice is just I 've got to talk to you to explain what we 're doing , so let's quietly
9 I 've just been filling in my books and reading all about it .
10 Oh what you 've just been hanging around too much .
11 I 've just been made redundant after 30 years as an engineer with British Telecom . ’
12 You 've just been made to sit in this room for three hours .
13 You 've just been seeing too many films .
14 I 've just been looking at the end-May figures and notice we 're just about holding our own on the Gesamt .
15 Well so far we 've just been looking at the record of growth bands in this coral skeleton , but we can acquire a great deal of additional information by sampling the skeleton , and we sample the skeleton using a small drill and we can analyze the , the powders that we collect for the stabilized of oxygen .
16 I mean , we 're not , erm , we 're just simplifying a very complex situation , and in fact , probably large numbers of genes are , are involved , and they 're , there are probably complex interactions between different sorts of altruism. kin altruism will certainly function within families for reasons that we 've just been looking at , but this will also be a fertile and erm , encouraging er , framework for sibling altruism .
17 The erm point about are distribution within Greater York is that we have attempted to look at this in what I think is a a rational and realistic manner , we have looked , and you 'll see this from our supplementary paper , I apologize for its lateness , but I think it 's benefited from the additional thought that could be given to it , we have looked both backwards , at the present day , and forwards , we 've looked backwards at past build rates , we 've looked at the present day position in the sense of the population shares within Greater York , and we 've looked forwards in terms of the commitment figures that are given in the N Y one paper that we 've just been looking at , and taking all those things into account , and adding in what we see as the right location for a new settlement , namely Selby district , we come to the figures that are in our supplementary paper , and there is clearly a great deal of common ground between the evidence you get from looking either at past building rates or population shares , as now , or future commitments which all point towards a broadly similar distribution , we say , with the addition of a new feature namely the new settlement , so that I commend those figures to you as somebody who 's actually dared to put their toe , or maybe their whole body into the water , and given you not only some numbers , but also a basis by which if you should er have a different Greater York figure in mind , a basis on which that could be rationally er approached , I would not certainly defend to the last ditch the need to put a figure of fifty dwellings into the structure plan for the Hambledon part of Greater York , there may be a cut off point beyond which you do n't go , but certainly for Ryedale and Selby , with very substantial numbers there is a need to indicate what the appropriate division should be , and you could not for instance indicate what the er Ryedale non Greater York figure was , without someone telling us the , as the Chairman rightly said , having an idea of what the Ryedale Greater York figure should be , so it is n't really I think feasible to have district figures for non Greater York , and one Greater York figure , that does n't er get away from the issue , and nor does it solve the potential for confusion .
18 Ha , I 've just been looking around
19 erm You can see , probably recognise the writing erm we 've just been looking at .
20 Then a friend asks if you 've just been chewing a clove of garlic .
21 Yeah , you 're told you 're going and we spend the first day overcoming barriers to the fact that they do n't know why they 're there , they 've just been sent and it 'll be good for you , you know this sort of stuff .
22 ‘ Ca n't think why , Carrots , I 've just been steamrollered . ’
23 Erm We 've just the they 've just been altered actually
24 ‘ By the way , I 've just been listening to the news .
25 Oh I 've just been listening to your conversation with Dennis and Iris .
26 They 've just been terrorizing us and taking our money to protect us from themselves ! ’
27 ‘ I 'm not quite such a coincidence as I seem , ’ she said , ‘ I 've just been reading my uncle 's book on Aurae Phiala , that 's why I came to have a look at the place for myself .
28 I 've , I 've just been reading here some books that I 've got upstairs , and stuff , and I I I went to see one of erm Shakespeare 's erm , I went to see a Midnight Summer 's Dream
29 I 've just been to see one of our early arrivals in his cabin .
30 ‘ They say things like ‘ I 've just been to see Mum ’ so I must be still in it sort of , ’ she laughs .
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