Example sentences of "with [noun] all over the " in BNC.

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1 With our London office , we are perfectly placed to compete with solicitors all over the country , and , what 's more , we charge less . ’
2 Whereas BA senior finds it hard to survive between annual meetings — and now has difficulty in attracting 1500 people to what should be an annual science feast — BAYS is a thriving operation , with branches all over the country .
3 Contact Victim Support ( see box ) , a counselling service with branches all over the country .
4 As director of the Lucerne Festival , and principal conductor of the London Mozart Players , as well as a regular guest conductor with orchestras all over the world , he is well placed to promote the cause .
5 This game is based on the Simon game that was a hit with kids all over the U.K. a number of years ago .
6 Unlike many of its southern competitors Bell Lawrie , which is very much an Edinburgh stockbroker , albeit with clients all over the country , ensured that the institutional money only represented 25 per cent of its equity — the money coming from the Bank of Scotland , Ivory & sime and Edinburgh Investment Trust .
7 The villa was run to support everyone who lived there , but as well as this , surplus products , especially wool and grain , were traded with other parts of Britain and with provinces all over the Roman Empire .
8 Average mothers , with ten children between them , expressing the typical anxiety ( shared with parents all over the world ) what their offspring eat this evening should be good , wholesome and , above all , safe .
9 With bids all over the room , as well as on phones , the Baltimore Museum 's $28,000 ( £20,000 ) bid took it beyond the grasp of New York painting dealer Stuart Feld ( who really did n't need it , having nine others ) .
10 with tins all over the sitting room .
11 Having been exporters for decades , Japan 's car makers are at last becoming real multinationals , with factories all over the world .
12 We wanted to get away from it all but now find we 're in daily contact with people all over the world ! ’
13 We are committed to our Strategic Intent of becoming the world 's foremost brewer , working with partners all over the world to continue providing quality products and an excellent service to an increasing number of customers .
14 The society grew rapidly and Mary Sumner , an indefatigable letter-writer , kept in touch with members all over the world .
15 Streamline Graded Readers are based on the same clear and well-controlled syllabus which has made the Streamline coursebooks popular with teachers all over the world .
16 They often find it easier to deal with an agency rather than directly with someone , ’ said a spokesman for Poppies , the Darlington-based company with franchises all over the country ( –444 ) .
17 From the minutes of the meeting of 15 January , it seems that the society was already in touch with correspondents all over the United Kingdom .
18 Our future lies in further developing the appeal of our outstanding portfolio of brands with consumers all over the world .
19 Speedsailing is now firmly established as a part of the competitive scene , with events all over the world including the famous course in England at Weymouth .
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