Example sentences of "[verb] [is] " in BNC.

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1 Do n't look a gift horse in the mouth that 's what they say in n it ?
2 And all of the Indians in Slough say in n it ?
3 Well aye I said to her as long as she 'll come home safe and sound it 's all that matters in n it ?
4 As long as it 's healthy that 's all that matters in n it ?
5 Apart , I mean whatever you get for boys it 's the same , which is in different colours , bow ties and shirts that fit in n it ?
6 Well if he 's , I mean , that 's what you want in n it ?
7 That 's what we want in n it ?
8 Expect in n it
9 thrashing in n it ?
10 and it makes you know in n it a job !
11 Only as these islands coalesce is the full Madelung energy involved , producing the observed increase in adsorption heat with coverage .
12 In fact , it is all too easy to conclude that if one 's message is misunderstood , the receiver is at fault ; and if the other person 's attempt to communicate is not understood , then the other person 's mode of expression is deficient in some way .
13 An ability to communicate is essential in this process .
14 In fact , the implementation of the right to communicate is tantamount to the democratisation of communication on every level .
15 Because , although Vladimir 's environment is different , his essential business need to communicate is n't .
16 Supported by WACC , the seminar will examine how the concept of the right to communicate is understood and practised in the four Chinese societies of China , Hong Kong , Singapore and Taiwan .
17 ‘ Whatever achievements policemen can claim , the ability to communicate is certainly not one of them ’ , said Sir Robert Mark in his 1973 Dimbleby Lecture .
18 Video recording is also regularly used in training for situations where the ability to communicate is important .
19 ‘ A lot of people think blindness must be worse than deafness but not being able to communicate is really maddening . ’
20 The need to communicate is a key characteristic of human society ; it serves basic social functions and it signals the ability to store information and to learn from it .
21 PETER MacLeod believes that an ability to communicate is one of his vital strengths .
22 Eavesdropping is , of course , a revealing rather than reliable occupation .
23 Eavesdropping is its intimate variation .
24 Eavesdropping is despicable , Señor de Santis , ’ she said , her cheeks beginning to glow .
25 Bonemeal is a good base which lasts several years , and can be spread at the rate of about 180–240 g per sq m ( 6–8 oz per sq yd ) , and garden compost into which wood ashes have been mixed is particularly helpful on such soils .
26 To say that its reviews were mixed is to understate the case — the cons far outweighed the pros .
27 Is n't something to do with the with the the way it 's mixed is n't is n't Chris talking about No ?
28 It 's mixed is it ?
29 cos Goodwood 's sorted is n't it ?
30 Occasionally sleep is missed , or is twice as long as usual .
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