Example sentences of "over a long period [conj] " in BNC.

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1 There 's really no chance of getting bitten if your ferrets have been properly handled over a long period and are never scared .
2 If it 's a professional job they will have been observed over a long period and their habits and financial status will be known . ’
3 It is also necessary not to view policies in a static way ; they have been built up slowly over a long period and they are still changing .
4 They went on over a long period and affected many children who had been entrusted to the defendants for care and help .
5 The study contributes towards a comprehensive view of the working of the labour market over a long period and of the sources of shocks disturbing the economy .
6 It is a stone building , constructed over a long period and one of the richest Czech Gothic ecclesiastical structures .
7 This explains how the disease can be misdiagnosed over a long period and stresses the need for biopsy specimens whatever the type of gastric lesion .
8 Erm , this is something that I 've spoken with about over a long period and what really has concerned me is that we 've two red signals , both facing the traffic and children and blind people could be crossing thinking the traffic had held up , and when I or detecting we rely on our own engineers maybe going round that way , maybe the police or public reporting it .
9 Given a little thought as to siting the Pentstemons will provide a lot of interest over a long period and should prevent the need for annual replanting , which can be expensive and labour intensive .
10 This is seldom needed for analysis purposes but random access mode is often used where the records are held over a long period and have to be updated with the passage of time .
11 Light : Requires plenty of bright light over a longer period than is required by most other plants .
12 Light : Requires bright light over a longer period than is required for most aquarium plants .
13 Light : Needs very good light over a longer period than is used for other water plants Water temperature : 68°–78°F .
14 Changing the law to place NationalPower and Power-Gen under a legal obligation to agree fixed contracts for specified tonnages over a longer period than the current year was hinted at by Michael Heseltine , the President of the Board of Trade , in evidence to the energy select committee last year .
15 Spruce needles certainly take longer to decay than some other leaves , releasing humic acid over a longer period but at a slower rate , but being a long standing constituent of the northern latitudes coniferous belt , spruce ( Picea ) is quite compatible with lakes well stocked with fish .
16 The run-down was to be stretched over a longer period and the agreed strength raised from Sandys ’ proposed 45,000 to 55,000 .
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