Example sentences of "[verb] [not/n't] go " in BNC.

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1 Whatever you do do n't go charging down to Colchester they 'll have your guts for garters .
2 Later , comedians adapted the words to ‘ Do n't go down the mine , Daddy , there 's plenty coal in the cellar ’ .
3 So do n't ex just do n't go straight into that list .
4 I do n't drink and do n't go out much so I manage on the money .
5 And I wan na do n't go and lose it !
6 My father , a Desert Rat , tells me that in the North African campaign you never asked a man with a shovel where he was going , so I let Nat go .
7 When he played for Sheffield United he told a local newspaper that he dared not go into city nightspots in case he ran into any Wednesday supporters .
8 Kenya has been so dependent on official aid and structural adjustment loans that its government dared not go in for countertrading — despite the fact that , like Brazil , it was surrounded by poor , debt-ridden neighbours .
9 The wife dared not go by , but took out her pipes and played on them .
10 When I got out of hospital I dared not go outside .
11 His own son was so ragged that he dared not go to school …
12 Somehow , my visit to the Sign of the Pestle had caused the attack on me so I dared not go back there .
13 Nevertheless , he did not go to university unwillingly .
14 She did not go to the room with the twin beds but to the single room with the sloping ceiling .
15 The exotic land-prepared dishes did not go down well .
16 Both of these places are within walking distance of Docklands but I did not go to the Great British Beer Festival .
17 But I did not go to the Great British Beer Festival .
18 Easthope believes that the modernist concept of ‘ impersonality ’ , later systematized in the New Criticism , and theorized by Wimsatt and Beardsley in their famous essay ‘ The Intentional Fallacy ’ , was on the right lines , but did not go far enough , as the author was not really banished .
19 JOHN PRESCOTT did not go to university , was never a television presenter , and finds it exceedingly difficult to complete a grammatically correct sentence .
20 If the complete Porgy reveals anything , it is that Gershwin did not go straight from one hit to another ( as we did here , from ‘ Summertime ’ to ‘ A Woman is a Sometime Thing ’ ) .
21 Four Hearts , on the other hand , was not a success although the play did not go quite as you might think .
22 But the pomp and splendour did not go down so well with Craig Chalmers .
23 Many reformers also complained that the new party 's founding document , adopted on Saturday by an 80 per cent majority , did not go far enough .
24 MOSCOW ( Reuter ) — A Soviet parliamentary committee rejected the government 's proposed budget and economic plan for 1990 saying it did not go far enough in adapting the Soviet planned economy to competition and market forces .
25 My answer did not go down well with the Officer with the lather on his face .
26 In the more remote localities Bolshevik officials , desperate for transport facilities , ‘ ignored NEP and all its works , and commandeered right and left as if military Communism [ War Communism ] was still pure and undefiled ’ , yet another indication that military methods did not go completely out of fashion with the advent of NEP .
27 An agitated old lady addressed Ramsey severely and asked why he did not go back to his own country and do good there instead of stirring up trouble in the United States .
28 The result of all this politics — and Ramsey 's sense that he might be reading the wrong subject , because his interests were now more modern than ancient — meant that his classics did not go as might be expected of someone who won a scholarship .
29 He afterwards thought this refusal very foolish and regretted that he did not go .
30 Since all the teachers in the faculty hitherto were Anglican , this choice of a Methodist for a key post did not go unobserved .
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