Example sentences of "that [prep] " in BNC.

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1 It is this logic of practice which effectively negates most research and is perhaps the main reason that between 1979 and 1988 , only one of the research papers I have compiled has been looked at by senior officers .
2 I now see that between 1958 and 1977 I was involved in what might well be described as a social drama of movement , often crossing boundaries into very marginal areas of policing , where the institutional ideal of ordered definition fails simply because the ‘ use of power and exercise of authority are based in ambiguity and particular interpretations of [ what is often ] poorly framed legislation ’ ( Burton 1980 ) .
3 Another Southern Region service axed was that between Tunbridge Wells Central and Eridge which finished on 6 July 1985 .
4 But several senior finance officers said last week that between two and three dozen health authorities could face bed closures and service cuts in the next couple of months , with others deferring developments .
5 The newspaper Sovyetsyaka Kultura quoted Voronezh residents as saying that between 23-29 September they had repeatedly seen UFOs — including a three-eyed humanoid , a robot and a raygun which makes mere earthlings disappear .
6 But it is believed that between 50,000 and 100,000 people in this country , who are free of symptoms are likely to be carrying the virus .
7 Mr Lawson boasts that between 1981 and 1988 , Britain 's growth rate of 3.5 per cent a year was the highest in Europe .
8 A source close to Mr Saatchi confirmed yesterday that between 70 and 100 works from the collection — the largest of its kind in the world — had been disposed of through the New York art dealer Larry Gagosian for up to $1m per painting .
9 It is expected that this trend will continue at least until the turn of the century : indeed forecasts suggest that between now and the year 2000 , the 70 year old ex-Service population will nearly double , while by the end of that period some 500,000 ex-RAF personnel will be over 80 years old .
10 It is expected that this trend will continue at least until the turn of the century ; indeed forecasts suggest that between now and the year 2000 , the 70 year old ex-Service population will nearly double , while by the end of that period some 500,000 ex-RAF personnel will be over 80 years old .
11 The contrast , as nearly as the character of the house-building industry admits of the comparison , is that between mass-production and individual work , and shows itself alike in cost and output .
12 Table 8. 1 above shows that between 1978 — 9 and 1988 — 9 there was a major and planned increase in real terms in spending on defence and law and order ; spending on housing and industry were heavily cut , while on education ( helped by a fall in numbers of school children ) and on transport it stayed fairly constant .
13 Although the Commission was dissolved in 1979 , the 1985 volume of Inland Revenue Annual Statistics found that between 1979 and 1983 the most wealthy 50 per cent of the adult population increased its share of total marketable wealth from 79 — 83 per cent to 80 — 4 per cent .
14 In Conservatism and Collectivism Fforde argues that between 1880 and 1914 the Conservative party was faced by a rising tide of collectivist opinion and collectivist legislation .
15 A study by US scientist Stephen Leatherwood in 1984 suggested that between 2600 and 3000 black dolphins had been taken for crab bait in only two years .
16 Dr Stephen Leatherwood , of the UN Environment Programme , estimates that between a half to one million small cetaceans each year are caught in set-nets .
17 The distinction between discovery of causes by resolution and demonstration of the effects of certain causes by composition , was coupled with another , that between what is ‘ more known to us ’ and what is ‘ more known to nature ’ .
18 There can be no doubt , however , that funerary liability was a powerful inducement to save ; it was estimated in 1843 that between one-quarter and one-third of all deposits in savings banks were intended to provide for ‘ a respectable funeral . ’
19 In fact a series of public opinion polls , conducted between February 1938 and January 1939 revealed that between 57 and 78 per cent of those who expressed an opinion favoured sympathy for the Republican government , and even a willingness to take action against Franco 's fascists .
20 In the next Conservative government , Edward Heath was so lukewarm about the idea that between 1970 and 1973 only nine political knighthoods were awarded , provoking complaints of knight starvation .
21 The company hopes that between 10 million and 11 million passengers annually will be using the service within two years — 25 per cent more than used British Rail 's services on the two lines .
22 The report shows that between 1985 and 1990 15 per cent of rivers were downgraded , whilst only 11 per cent were upgraded .
23 For the manager the critical relationship to understand is that between the potential ‘ drive ’ of an individual and the nature of needs .
24 As the number of species studied increases the simple classification into adaptive grades begins to break down as the variance within species and between species begins to exceed that between the categories described as grades .
25 Yet it is known that between one third and one half of mentally handicapped people currently resident in mental handicap hospitals should not be in hospital and could be either immediately discharged or discharged after a short period of training .
26 Mrs Taylor from the Welcome Café , whose husband had summoned the police at the discovery of Oliver 's body , said that between 4.15 and 4.30 on 22 June a man resembling the description given by others had staggered into her café .
27 The last evidence of the day came from a man called Povey , a coalman , who said that between 5.05 and 5.25 , he had seen a man who he identified as Drew , drunk as a sack in Broad Street ( adjacent to Cross Street ) .
28 But his own estimates , widely regarded as the most reliable of many recent projections , suggest that between 317 000 and 446 000 black South Africans will be HIV-positive by the end of this year .
29 Estimates suggest that between a fifth and a quarter of children may spend some time in a one-parent family .
30 Polls in 1971 and 1974 suggested that between 60 and 70 per cent of Jewish Israelis were wholly hostile while a further 21 to 27 per cent were moderately unfavourable to any return of the 1948 refugees .
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