Example sentences of "[modal v] to " in BNC.

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1 It follows that X should to some extent overshadow A , restricting the amount of associative strength gained both by its a elements and its c elements .
2 But actually it does n't tell you anything about the quality of the care which they 're purchasing and the evidence that we are getting increasingly from the community health council is the experience of people of the health service is that actually the quality of the care is getting worse and this is not due to the staff in the health ee the more detailed plans coming to the next meeting of the e the more detailed plans coming to the next meeting of the for an operation er , four years , it should to be said er , she 's been waiting despite the government 's claim that all operations are done within two years er for very severe varicose veins and surprisingly enough she got them because of course most varicose have been removed her , the north-east Thames region erm , and er she turned up on the Wednesday and the operation had been postponed twice previously er , she was er gone through all the er , various tests which took her four hours cos she had to find all the places herself , there was nobody to show her to X-ray and various other places erm she was prepared for the op and then was sent home because there was n't a bed available !
3 Curtseying was not a country custom , and besides , even had they been in town , she was n't sure she should to one of her brother 's friends , whom she 'd known since he was a boy .
4 Just as disturbingly , the draft guidance goes on to suggest that in order to allow future generations to have some reserves after 2011 , some of these potentially very damaging permissions should to be held in reserve to satisfy the principle of sustainable development !
5 Just as disturbingly , the draft guidance goes on to suggest that in order to allow future generations to have some reserves after 2011 , some of these potentially very damaging permissions should to be held in reserve to satisfy the principle of sustainable development !
6 P P G three , the revised P P G three when it came out clearly , in my opinion changes the emphasis from the draft P P G three from the draft P P G three , paragraphs thirty two and thirty three which I would emphasize should to be read together , clearly indicates that new settlements are as someone said this morning , sorry , earlier in the discussion today , an issue of last resort .
7 Various indices now exist and it may be that the choice of index should to some extent be determined by the nature of the property .
8 Alcuin 's ideas must to some extent have become Carolingian practice .
9 But scientists and lay practitioners alike must recognise that the terms and concepts used in alternative systems of medicine may have no exact equivalent in Western medicine , and must to some extent be-seen as metaphors ; and that standard ways of assessing therapy , notably by the double-blind controlled trial , may simply not be applicable to many alternative systems .
10 The Germans naturally played the major role in shaping the CIVC and its undoubted success , both immediate and since , must to some extent be credited to the Germans ' reputation for organisation , efficiency and detail .
11 This may either be because of ‘ backsliding ’ — a reversion to a previous state of interlanguage — or it may be that the increased transferability of knowledge , which must to some degree involve analysis , calls for the recurrent dismantling and reassembling of linguistic forms which the learner may have internalized as complete formulaic units .
12 To achieve this , Poulantzas says , it must to some extent be independent of all classes , or as he puts it , it must be relatively autonomous .
13 You must to cat .
14 Any argument concerning the merits or otherwise of the device must to a great extent be guided by a discussion on the merits/demerits of insider dealing .
15 as it must to the most difficult corners
16 Furthermore , although I recognise that the powers of the Director are circumscribed by section 1(3) and the opening words of section 2(1) , so as to relate only to the investigation of suspected offences , it remains true that the powers which I have summarised are concerned with ‘ the affairs ’ of the suspect , and these must to my mind extend beyond the matters which have caused the charge to be laid .
17 It seemed an hour , was perhaps only five minutes — and he left , saying only , ‘ I must to the arms of Morpheus .
18 But as soon as he had reminded himself of his motive , it rang as hollow to him as he felt sure it must to others .
19 Where mass communication is concerned , models become ever more complex , each adapting as it must to the particular situation or circumstance and reflecting the complexity of the situation .
20 Firstly , the primary objective for us as a trade union must to be ensure G M B activists , shop stewards and officials all have access to training and computer literacy .
21 The event must to some extent match this vulnerability , in that in the context of the person 's past history , say , its interpretation poses a particularly marked threat .
22 Add to this the duties and taxes on Guinness Group products sold in Ireland each year ( currently running at around IR£400 million ) and you get some idea of what the grand total must to be .
23 He thereby pays less attention than he might to interpreting the science of art as a cultural phenomenon .
24 But , cling as she might to the bolster she had taken with her to stop her screams , she could not stop shaking .
25 In one regrettable case , which I myself witnessed , it had become an established sport in the house for guests to ring for the butler and put to him random questions of the order of , say , who had won the Derby in such and such a year , rather as one might to a Memory Man at the music hall .
26 His vision of owners applying the same judgements to their buildings as they might to their car or their rivers being polluted by waste dumping .
27 Parker said , almost as a dentist might to a tearful fearful patient .
28 They shouted commands to each other , the Second Son speaking to the engine as he might to his horse , commanding , urging , praising .
29 Since my own view of language is one in which meaning is fluid and context-dependent , I attach less importance than some feminists might to such attempts at pinning down what he or man really mean .
30 The geography of Boiotia might to a shallow observer seem to suit her for naval hegemony .
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