Example sentences of "for [noun] " in BNC.

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1 ‘ Gearbox and clutch failures account for 16pc of claims , steering and suspension problems 9pc , and electrical and fuel-system faults , 16pc .
2 This time difference may be outweighed by the need to secure intravenous access for dextrose — a serious disadvantage in agitated patients because extravasation of dextrose may cause considerable pain and tissue necrosis .
3 Most of the traditional zodiac figures were included , but with a phoenix for Aquarius , a dove for Libra , and a boat for Cancer .
4 For Aquarius , There 's an air of misinformation about .
5 Grey areas still remain , however , and the Takeover Panel has now attempted to clear one of those concerned with the current fashion for buy-outs .
6 ‘ All right , if you play for UCD in 1958 that 'll do me .
7 The best size of gravel for goldfish is the 3mm size , which is too small to become trapped in their mouths .
8 Basically the ambient conditions in the British Isles are acceptable for goldfish at most times of the year .
9 What 's the best set-up for Goldfish ?
10 These toxins are made by bacteria that thrive in the crevices where teeth meet gums ; so treatments for gum disease tend to focus on getting rid of the germs .
11 Dinosaurs as dragons rather than as ancestral birds or lizards struck the painter John Martin as he prepared a frontispiece for Mantell 's Wonders of Geology ( 1838 ) .
12 Main Picture Centre : Materials are lowered down a ventilation shaft for Blisworth Tunnel on the Grand Junction Canal .
13 As a possible source for Loulou we can , I think , eliminate the mother of a ‘ hideous ’ English family encountered by Gustave on the boat from Alexandria to Cairo : with a green eyeshade attached to her bonnet , she looked ‘ like a sick old parrot ’ .
14 Ernst & Young has been the exclusive distributor for KnowledgeWare in Europe since 1986 , but the company now has direct distribution operations in most European countries including Belgium , Denmark , Finland , France , Germany , Italy , the Netherlands , Norway , Portugal , Spain , Sweden and the UK .
15 Behind him was Stuart Bell , MP for Middlesbrough and a strategic thinker of the right .
16 His son , Stephen , suffered the same fate when he broke a leg in his first game for Middlesbrough .
17 Bernie Slaven brought his goals for the season to 19 — one behind Mick Quinn and Darran Rowbotham among the League 's top scorers — with three for Middlesbrough in their 4-1 win over Sheffield Wednesday .
18 As a player for Middlesbrough , Liverpool and Scotland he was Renoir with a razor-blade , an artistic hardman , whose flamboyant style of play was world class .
19 We will miss Father who had a special place in his heart for Middlesbrough Diocesan Pilgrims .
20 Meanwhile , unknown Graham Kavanagh could be tossed in at the deep end for Middlesbrough 's FA Cup clash with Chelsea on Sunday .
21 DANISH under-21 international Soren Andersen will play for Middlesbrough next week , hoping to secure a permanent move to the Ayresome Park club .
22 Mr Bell , who is MP for Middlesbrough , is no newcomer to difficult briefs : he was front bench spokesman on Northern Ireland for three years .
23 BULGARIAN Nikolai Todorov will put 5,000 on the gate when he goes on trial tonight for Middlesbrough , writes John Wardle .
24 Sunderland are expected to join the chase for Middlesbrough 's want-away striker Bernie Slaven .
25 Transfer-listed Bernie Slaven could have played his last game for Middlesbrough .
26 IAN IRONSIDE 'S reward for his defiant display for Middlesbrough against Newcastle is a first team call-up tomorrow against Aston Villa .
27 He played soccer for Middlesbrough in the immediate post-war years and , in 1950 , moved to Portsmouth where he played professionally until 1958 , after which he drifted away from the club never to contact Portsmouth again ( W. J. B. Davis , Portsmouth FC Secretary , personal communication , 1979 ) .
28 It is no coincidence that there is a letter signed by 11 paediatricians , a letter from a psychologist and letters in the local press attacking the Hon. Member for Middlesbrough ( Mr. Bell ) and me , and that there is to be a seminar at Teesside polytechnic next weekend , at which the guest speaker is :
29 We ought to have a statement from the Government so that my constituents and those of my friend and colleague the Hon. Member for Middlesbrough can have their minds put at rest .
30 I say simply that I support the views of my hon. Friend the Member for Chichester ( Mr. Nelson ) and of the hon. Member for Middlesbrough ( Mr. Bell ) rather than other views that have been expressed today .
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