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    K1S: [Central television news scripts]

    () Boileau, John (ed.) , Central TV, Abingdon (1993) . Sample containing about 44870 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure)

    Then there's Fawley which is very important.
    Its the middle of the race and its easy to relax but you can't .
    Then there's the enclosures which are very noisy and you just have to hope you've won.

    CM5: Investigating society

    (1) Burgess, Robert G (ed.) , Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1989) , 32-171. Sample containing about 37692 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Indeed they argued that girls developed sub-cultures which were more passive and marginal than those of boys and involved doing things suchas sitting around in their bedrooms worshipping pop stars.
    Christine Griffin (1985) looked at a group of girls in the same way as Willis had looked at the boys .
    She found that domestic life imposed more constraints upon girls than upon boys, for they were expected to stay at home and help with housework.

    A2K: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-05: Education section

    (2) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 3053 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    And if it does not do that, we've all been wasting our time.
    " If there is one worry about it , it is that the national *program (curriculum,0.976) * and the attainment targets will only partly tell you about a child .
    They will not tell you whether a child is going to be a good citizen, when he's nice to know or whether he's well motivated.

    G36: Woman

    (3) IPC Magazines Ltd, London (1991-19-19) . Sample containing about 31731 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    2oz (50g) butter
    6 sheets of *big (large,0.991) * filo pastry , thawed
    1

    HSP: Parasitology [publishers brochure]

    (4) Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Sample containing about 357 words of published miscellanea (domain: natural sciences)

    Upgrading of paper to give improved quality half-tone reproduction New cover design to reflect the changes within the journal ... take a look inside ...
    Parasitology
    Editors F E G Cox & C Arme Parasitology is an important journal covering the complete spectrum of parasitology.

    KAD: Medau News

    (5) The Medau Society, UK (1980-88) . Sample containing about 3738 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    PRESIDENTIAL PROFILE
    Although from Canadian stock , I was born and brought up in a suburb of New York City .
    I met Franklin in 1934 when my parents gave me a trip to England; we became engaged in 1936 and were married in 1939.

    EBL: [Adverts from Marxism Today June 1990]

    (6) Marxism Today, London (1990-06) . Sample containing about 944 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs)

    NAMING THE NAME
    THE COMMUNIST PARTY IS CURRENTLY DISCUSSING ITS TRANSFORMATION ; TO FIND A STRUCTURE , NAME AND LOGO THAT REFLECTS ITS FORWARD THINKING EMPOWERING POLITICS .
    IF YOU HAVE ANY SUGGESTIONS OR IDEAS ON THE SORT OF ORGANISATION YOU WOULD LIKE TO JOIN WRITE TO US NOW, AND GET A FREE COPY OF THE NEW DRAFT CONSTITUTION TO BE ISSUED IN MARCH

    ABU: Ministers decide

    (7) Fowler, Norman, Chapmans Publishers Ltd, London (1991) . Sample containing about 35295 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    It is simply not necessary to make all policy behind closed doors.
    Indeed , obsessive secrecy can be entirely counterproductive for policy-makers .
    It creates suspicion and alienates the public.

    G56:

    (8)

    So I 'll leave it with my other daughter.
    She can't post it ...
    No no no.

    AK2: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-11: Foreign news pages

    (9) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 27255 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    But Labour – while winning a net 39 seats – achieved only a 2.1 per cent swing, well short of the eight per cent needed to achieve outright victory.
    Mr Patten brushed aside the disappointment of the loss of his own seat .
    He said the Tories had won an " incredible victory " against the predictions of all the pundits and pollsters.

    KD5:

    (10)

    Do you?
    Why , what happened ? ...
    Here we go again.

    KNJ:

    (11)

    No well that's what I
    That's
    was phoning the work for. ...

    A8F: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-11-23: Arts section

    (12) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 18922 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    " In Poland, the problem is that one can't buy toilet paper.
    You have to collect old papers and find the special places where they swap them in return for new toilet paper .
    For three rolls of old paper you get one new roll. "

    CBS: The fifth child

    (13) Lessing, Doris, Cape, London (1988) , 3-107. Sample containing about 39554 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Christmas, just as wonderful a festival, came and went.
    Then Easter ... sometimes they all had to wonder where everybody was fitting themselves in .
    The cloud on family happiness that was Sarah and William's discord disappeared, for it was absorbed in worse.

    G5T:

    (14)

    Cos it certainly isn't anything obviously serious, so I think we 'll just see how things go, ...
    Yeah , ... prescription ... ?
    No, not unless you want one.

    CEB: A season for murder

    (15) Granger, Ann, Headline Book Publishing plc, London (1991) , 21-134. Sample containing about 37282 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Then we parted, I went on and she went back with Blazer to the stable yard.
    And on Monday she came over here and had a quick *business_lunch (lunch,1.000) * with me because Mrs Brissett was cleaning over at Ivy Cottage .
    We just sat and nattered, about various Christmas holidays we recalled from our individual childhoods.

    CGT: Behaviour problems in young children

    (16) Douglas, Jo, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1992) , 16-131. Sample containing about 37009 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    Negotiation is the core of the process with clear and honest information exchange.
    One implication is that professional power is not just determined by professional status but by effectiveness in establishing the negotiating processes and helping to find solutions .
    This collaborative approach has been described as " partnership " (McConkey 1985; Mittler and Mittler 1982; De'Ath and Pugh 1986) and acknowledges the sharing of expertise.

    DCK:

    (17)

    ie ... anti-liberalism ... anti-nationalism.
    Why it was called the holy alliance was because erm er the signatories agreed that they would er , that they would rule their states and treat er ... er policy erm ... er according to christian principles .
    They would, they would rule their states and conduct policy according to christian principles.

    CCK: The rise and fall of Nicolae and Elena Ceausescu

    (18) Almond, Mark, Chapmans Publishers Ltd, London (1992) , 73-190. Sample containing about 40968 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    In mid-June the social climax of the couple's political ascent was reached when, together with an entourage of light-fingered bodyguards, chefs and food-tasters, Nicolae and Elena stayed with Her Majesty the Queen at Buckingham palace for three days.
    (Giscard d'Estaing had already warned the Palace about the Romanians insatiable pilfering during their recent stay in France , but Palace officials remain discreet about any misdemeanours during the Ceausescus ' visit .)
    The British establishment has remained remarkably reticent about the whole episode, which culminated in Her Majesty the Queen bestowing an honorary knighthood on Nicolae Ceausescu, while distinguished academics and scientists joined together to honour their " colleague ", Elena Ceausescu.

    FM4:

    (19)

    ... And how many equations are you going to get do you think? ...
    Erm ... ... .
    About.

    FP6: Complicity

    (20) Banks, Iain, Little, Brown & Company, London (1993) . Sample containing about 40817 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " That's called an Erection. "
    " Wow !
    God, mine never gets that big. "

    JY4: Love or nothing

    (21) Fox, Natalie, Mills & Boon, Richmond, Surrey (1993) . Sample containing about 57596 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " OK, OK, you masochist, you! "
    Steve wailed .
    " But don't say I didn't warn you.

    CB5: Ruth Appleby

    (22) Rhodes, Elvi, Corgi Books, London (1992) , 109-226. Sample containing about 41727 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Yet even now I know little about her, Mrs Carson thought.
    She keeps herself to herself .
    All things considered, she would be better married.

    CG5: Do It Yourself

    (23) Link House Magazines Ltd, Milton Keynes (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 28922 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    In all cases insulation material must not be allowed to block the ventilation openings.
    Roof ventilation is now standard on all new houses .
    However, many older homes do not have the benefit of even " accidental " air flow through roof spaces, and may be starting to suffer problems as a result.

    FSP: What's it like out?

    (24) Gilliat, P, Virago Press Ltd, London (1989) , 7-130. Sample containing about 36949 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " You 're kidding yourself.
    When's Len coming ?
    " Late as possible. "

    AAA: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-21: Business section

    (25) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 6961 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    This has led to cracks in the wall of secrecy surrounding the government's role in the events leading up to the bank's collapse in 1982.
    Documents from the report have begun to circulate on the island .
    Those seen so far by the Guardian are highly unflattering.

    AD9: Hermetech

    (26) Constantine, Storm, Headline Book Publishing plc, London (1991) . Sample containing about 42247 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " We are not joined at the hip, " Cabochon said, and smiled bitterly.
    " In case you haven't noticed , other than that first call , I've made no *effort (attempt,0.922) * to try and find him since we've been here .
    " No, I haven't noticed, " Jordan said.

    AHU: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-06: Leisure pages

    (27) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 36688 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    LAWN TENNIS
    Victorious Krickstein spurns doctors ' advice
    AARON KRICKSTEIN, advised by doctors to withdraw because of a foot injury, won the South African Open at Ellis Park, Johannesburg, by beating top-seeded Russian Alexander Volkov 6-4, 6-4 yesterday.

    K2H: Belfast Telegraph: Arts section

    (28) u.p.. Sample containing about 2067 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Dad's honour
    ACTOR Bill Pertwee , known to millions of Dad's Army fans as the officious Air Raid Warden Hodges , hosts a 25th birthday tribute to the BBC *TELEVISION (TV,0.852) * comedy tonight .
    Pertwee, whose catch phrase was " put that light out ", will be joined by Jimmy Perry, co-writer of the series, at London's Imperial War Museum.

    HRG: Polymers: the chemistry and physics of modern materials

    (29) Cowie, J M G, Blackie academic & professional, Glasgow (1991) , 157-303. Sample containing about 43281 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    It should also be noted that if complex moduli are used the corresponding complex compliances are given by.
    Moduli can also be related to the viscosity , and where e is known as the dynamic viscosity .
    The approximations and can be made when damping is low, and the absolute value for the modulus |G| or |E| can be related to the complex components by.

    B7B: New Scientist

    (30) IPC Magazines Ltd, London (1991-02-16) . Sample containing about 14861 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    The hypnotic induction sets up a peculiar state of " dissociated consciousness "
    Hilgard believes .
    The hypnotist's instruction to keep looking at the drawing pin conflicts with his suggestion that the eyes are growing tired and will soon be closing of themselves.

    A2P: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-05: Home news pages

    (31) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 16233 words from a periodical (domain: world news)

    Up to 10 times more taxpayers ' money was being invested in a single CTC than in all the county schools in the surrounding area, he said.
    " No government *that (which) * cared for the education of all our children would conceivably follow such corrupt priorities as this one. "

    Rodney Bickerstaffe, general secretary of the public employees ' union Nupe, said that local management of schools, giving schools control over their own budgets would mean less money for education.

    JA2:

    (32)

    Erm and erm and then obviously that's something round in the region of what we 're looking for.
    Right .
    I I mentioned earlier on that bonuses are paid at proof stage.

    FES: The seaman: a history of the National Union of Seamen

    (33) Marsh, Arthur, Malthouse Publishing, UK (1989) , 1-83. Sample containing about 39677 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Lascars were in any case British subjects, and ought, Wilson contended, to enjoy conditions in commonwith British seamen generally except in the tropics.
    But what of foreigners *that (who) * could not speak English?

    For the sake of safety and obedience to orders, ought they to be employed at all?

    HV6:

    (34)

    What about fishing?
    When you were younger in Wyre , how did folk make a living ?
    Oh plenty of porridge and milk and er oh there was no much money to be made I mean and there was a lot bigger population then than what it is now.

    HA3: The colour of magic

    (35) Pratchett, Terry, Colin Smythe Ltd, Gerrards Cross (1983) , 7-141. Sample containing about 46464 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    The Patrician waved a hand again.
    Rincewind saw the guards leave the chamber .
    Alone with the overlord of the twin cities, he almost wished they would come back.

    ADH: Interpreting the past: coins

    (36) Burnett, Andrew, British Museum Press, London (1991) . Sample containing about 22878 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    The first two coins (left) are both Athenian, but one was made in the early fifth century BC and the other in the mid fourth.
    The deliberate retention of the archaic style can be seen from a comparison with the head of the same *god (deity,0.841) * , Athena , on a coin of Thurii of the late fifth *quattrocento (century,0.995) * (below) .
    Thus stylistic dating needs to be used with great care, and it must be accepted that the results it can give are not particularly secure.

    JK1:

    (37)

    I do it, it doesn't bother me all that much, no.
    Do you , do you , do you think in metres .
    I'm I'm perfectly used to the distance system,

    KNY:

    (38)

    Silly girl.
    Oh , god .
    Oh god.

    KNS:

    (39)

    I canna gi ' you one under there though
    Well you 're going to have to because when I pay for a paper , I want it to be complete , so I want that piece and I want ... that piece , no wait a minute , where is it ?
    Which is the television? ...

    KPR:

    (40)

    Darling!
    Alright !
    Alright.

    K59: The Scotsman: Business section

    (41) u.p.. Sample containing about 116432 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    MD, Edinburgh
    THE China Dragon Fund is managed by Save & Prosper , the *vast (huge,0.836) * unit trust company , so it has a wealth of experience behind it .
    The aim is to invest in Chinese stocks and shares which stand to benefit from the upsurge in economic growth which China is experiencing.

    HPM: Subjective risk and memory for driving situations [Unpublished PhD thesis]

    (42) u.p.. Sample containing about 50069 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    Clearly the total amount of information in a stimulus plays an important role in recognition, however, it is not likely to be the sole determinant of P (A) .
    A second point to be considered is that although there appear to be differences between the exemplars of low risk junctions in the amount of information in the films *so_much (such,1.000) * differences are small compared to the differences in P (A) that were observed .
    Figure 7.5 shows the differences in P (A) for the films that were used in this study, a comparison of this figure with Figure 7.1 suggests that although the total amount of information in a stimulus does play an important role in memory it is clearly not sufficient to explain the recognition results.

    CKT: The Art Newspaper

    (43) Umberto Allemandi & Company, London (1993-19-19) . Sample containing about 39677 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    The London jewellers Tessiers reopened on 5 November, having been taken over by new owners.
    The firm is now in the hands of managing director Tim Watkins and a private family concern .
    While the new owners have purchased the firm's name, goodwill and Bond Street premises, all the previous stock has been disposed of.

    HLE: Keesings Contemporary Archives

    (44) Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1991) . Sample containing about 61075 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Alann Steen, a US national who had been kidnapped in January 1987[ see p. 35024], was released by the Islamic Jihad for the Liberation of Palestine on Dec. 3.
    On Dec. 4 Terry Anderson , another US national , was released by Islamic Jihad .
    Anderson had been kidnapped in March 1985[ see p. 33685] and was the longest-held Western hostage.

    K5B: The Scotsman: Applied Science pages

    (45) u.p.. Sample containing about 384 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    David Attenborough has produced great, factual, wildlife programmes yet he is only the spokesman for the work of the thousands of scientists, researchers, naturalists, and, yes, organisations like the trust, without which no programmes could be made.
    I recommend you to *reach (contact,0.899) * the trust for information (enclosing a *contribution (donation,1.000) *) and rewrite your *agony_column (editorial,1.000) * .
    If you are still anti-bat, so be it, but at least you will have come to an informed conclusion.

    JYB: The spice of life

    (46) Anderson, Caroline, Mills & Boon, Richmond, Surrey (1993) . Sample containing about 50775 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    You 're as white as a sheet. "
    " Fine , she said shortly .
    " I'm all ready. "

    A8V: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-07: Business section

    (47) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 301 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    After tax, reorganisation costs and preference dividends that turned into a loss of £58million, but despite the loss the company is paying a minimal final dividend.
    " After careful *idea (thought,0.876) * it was decided that a *last (final,0.948) * dividend of 1.6p be recommended , the board stated , " making a dividend of 9p for the year .
    We believe this level to be sustainable. "

    EBE: Action

    (48) World Assoc for Christian Comm (1991-07/1993-02) . Sample containing about 6385 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    Women's own media also allow an opportunity for open dialogue without domination by men.
    Psychologists have observed that in a group composed of men and women , the men usually set the *schedule (agenda,0.853) * , choose *subjects (topics,0.890) * for discussion , and tend to answer most of the questions posed during the group discussions .
    While the debate has continued, women have felt compelled to work on both strategies, depending on their local situations and, of course, their own vocational preferences.

    K6U:

    (49)

    Yes, whereabouts?
    Oh er er ... .
    Mm.

    K3N: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Business section

    (50) u.p.. Sample containing about 2734 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    Wimpey made a loss in 1991 of £16.1m but has restructured by selling off businesses and said earlier this year that it believed the worst was over in the construction industry.
    Dividends
    The housebuilding side of the business has seen a 55pc rise in sales in the first five months of the year over the start of 1992.

    AJ4: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-07: Applied Science pages

    (51) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 968 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    Its two belugas and four Pacific dolphins enjoy three million gallons of sea water in 170, 000 square feet pool.
    It is expected to contact the St Petersburg Institute for Research and Development of Biotechnical Systems, the whale's owners, to offer a home to Brightness *that (which) *, in commercial terms, is worth about £100, 000, excluding a premium for his fame.

    The huge international interest in Brightness which followed his escape to freedom in Turkish waters, has turned him into a valuable commodity.

    J1B: FlyPast

    (52) Key Publishing, Stamford, Lincs (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 27207 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Note the downturned wingtips and large ventral fin.
    HEAD to HEAD
    Farnborough International 92, September 6/13

    GSX: The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons

    (53) Nicholls, C S (ed.) , Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) . Sample containing about 44697 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    He helped to found the Institute of Mining Engineers in 1852, and was a member of its council (1852-7) , vice-president (1865-8) , and president (1868-9) .
    He was in the forefront of experiments in mining technology , and an advocate of improved safety lamps , shaft detaching hooks , and coal-cutting machinery .
    Trials at his collieries of new ventilating methods, such as the fan and high-pressure steam jets, were widely discussed, and he made a major contribution to the most efficient method of mining coal simultaneously in adjacent seams.

    KDJ:

    (54)

    Of house prices
    House prices ?
    Yeah, one something, one million?

    K3M: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Arts section

    (55) u.p.. Sample containing about 3179 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Now I'm in the same bracket as Maradona!
    WHAT CAN I say ?
    The Hand of Gooch has taken over from the Hand of God Maradona's – in sporting legend.

    AL0: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-17: Arts section

    (56) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 5143 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Although there have been reports of David collaborating with Nile Rodgers, the Chic leader who produced Bowie's classic Let's Dance album, I understand that the next Bowie record on the market will be a live Tin Machine album.
    THE Prince tour , which arrives here in June , opened in Tokyo last week .
    The show is reportedly a cracker, with a set comprising the Diamonds and Pearls album, a lot of unreleased material yet still leaving room for all Prince's greatest hits.

    KGT: 30+, `A

    (57) Bond', sales executive, male

    to two different
    I got that one .
    addresses it's two consignments.

    EAR: [New Oxford English Dictionary procedures documents]

    (58) u.p.. Sample containing about 4262 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    The second part of this procedure (8.2 Archiving) will be carried out between 08.00 and 08.30 on the morning following the first part of the procedure.
    The procedure is expected to be completed within 48 hours from receipt of the form .
    Running the Procedure

    FM8:

    (59)

    Shh shh shh.
    What type of car was it ? ...
    Volkswagen.

    H79: The deep-sea Ophiuroidea of the north Atlantic Ocean

    (60) Paterson, Gordon L J, British Museum (Natural History) , UK (1985) , 1-120. Sample containing about 39110 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    A subfamily of the Ophiacanthidae with well developed disk plates or enlarged disk scales; the disk sometimes indented interradially and often high; the radial shields forming part of the disk, often quite long but not bar-like and hidden by the disk plates; jaws as broad as long; one apical papilla flanked on each side by up to six oral papillae found in most genera except Ophiocamax and Ophiomitra which have multiple apical and oral papillae; oral tentacle pore not superficial and without conspicuously modified tentacle scales; oral shield small to medium in size; the tentacle pores of the arm not conspicuously large and always armed with at least one tentacle scale; arm spines usually long, the longest equal in length to at least 2 arm segments.
    TYPE GENUS .
    Ophioplinthaca Verrill, 1899a with type species O. dipsacos (Lyman 1878) .

    JNW:

    (61)

    it's highly unlikely I'm gon na get any business atall.
    Right , yes .
    In any case because of the nature of

    GUS: The picture of Dorian Gray: Oxford Bookworms edition

    (62) Nevile, Jill, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1989) , 1-57. Sample containing about 11227 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " You must come out of the sun, Mr Gray, " said Lord Henry.
    " A brown skin isn't fashionable and it won't suit you .
    " Oh, it doesn't matter, " laughed Dorian.

    CMR: Significant differences: feminism in psychology

    (63) Squire, Corinne, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1989) , 7-119. Sample containing about 43315 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Many woman-centred psychologists evade this difficulty, because they choose to work outside psychology, in women's studies, or outside academia, in practically-oriented women's organizations.
    But wherever she works , a woman-centred psychologist's sex does not guarantee her feminism , any more than it does for an *equalitarian (egalitarian,1.000) * feminist psychologist .
    As Shainess (1970) accepts, female psychologists may collude with male-oriented psychology against their own interests.

    G35: Woman

    (64) IPC Magazines Ltd, London (1991-19-19) . Sample containing about 33038 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    by Stefan Buczacki
    Summer just wouldn't be the same without them .
    But if you haven't got roses in your garden, it's not too late to plant now.

    CTM: Unigram x

    (65) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 8042 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    He advises organisations to go for proven and well understood technologies to meet their basic requirements, wherever possible using architectures which are already known within the company – even if different technologies have been implemented on top.
    Tried and tested application programming interfaces , data structures , formats and protocols , will usually work in the same way even if they are encapsulated within other architectures .
    Only when it needs a custom development platform should an organisation opt for the really new stuff.

    J7X: Language and Literature Volume 2 No

    (66) Blakemore, Diane, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993) , 101-119. 2 1993. Sample containing about 7642 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    It is most unlikely that without the reformulation a hearer would have even understood what the first segment was about.
    But why did the speaker deliberately produce an utterance *that (which) * required reformulation?

    If that was what the speaker intended to say, why didn't he just say it?

    EED: [Rail travel leaflets]

    (67) u.p.. Sample containing about 7520 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    Nearest station – BR unless otherwise indicated.
    (Approximate distance between station and site .
    Public Transport may not be available.)

    CP9: Computergram international

    (68) u.p.. Sample containing about 6884 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    General Communication Inc, Anchorage, Alaska has now completed the sale of a 30 % stake in itself to MCI Communications Corp for $ 13.3m.
    CAE ELECTRONICS WINS BOEING CONTRACT
    CAE Industries Ltd, Toronto reports that its CAE Electronics Ltd unit has won a contract to supply a Boeing 737-400 full flight simulator and a flight management systems trainer to Southwest Air Lines of Okinawa, Japan by Aprch 1995; terms of the contract were not disclosed.

    APW: Quest for a babe

    (69) Hendry, Frances Mary, Canongate Publishing Ltd, Edinburgh (1990) , 43-141. Sample containing about 39142 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " He 'd sneer at you, him and his daughter, and at me for letting you go out so, and that I 'll not have!
    I have sweet soap here and hot water , and either you wash yourself , all over , or I call in the women to hold you down and scrub you myself .
    They 'd laugh at you from here to Bergen.

    HSF: The Economist

    (70) The Economist Newspaper Ltd, London (1989-04-08) . Sample containing about 40849 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    Stalemate.
    The dunderheads etc wander in and out picking *ravenously (hungrily,1.000) * at the remains of a beetroot salad .
    The three besuited council officials – chief executive, treasurer and solicitor – are grave.

    J7D: Sale and supply of goods

    (71) Davies, Iwan, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1990) , 1-90. Sample containing about 45824 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    Sometimes the question of fitness under s14 (3) relates to issues of remoteness of liability.
    This can be demonstrated in Vacwell Engineering Co Ltd v BDH Chemicals [ 1971 ] 1 QB 88 where a chemical supplied by the defendants , although fit for the plaintiffs ' purposes , exploded on contact with water , though this was unknown to the plaintiffs .
    It was held that the defendants were liable because they ought to have foreseen the possibility of the chemical coming into contact with water and they had not warned the buyers of this danger.

    FDU: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (72) u.p.. Sample containing about 6403 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    The scheme was quickly stopped in its tracks.
    Parliament never intended that the limit on the amount of compensation payable to individual *withdrawers (depositors,1.000) * could be side-stepped by dispositions made after formal steps had been taken to initiate the winding up process .
    On 30 July 1991 the Banking Act 1987 (Meaning of Deposit) Order 1991 was made.

    G26: Canada: Ontario the Unexpected

    (73) National Holidays, Wigan (1990) . Sample containing about 2029 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    " Must sees " are the McMichael Collection in Kleinburg and Ottawa's new National Gallery (the building is itself a work of art) .
    You 'll want to have a piece of Ontario wrapped to take home with you .
    Here too we can oblige.

    HLU:

    (74)

    Ah ... You've got to have eyes in the back of your head here I'm telling ya.
    , Southern *Part (Region,0.899) * .
    Speaking in support of composite motion twenty.

    HY3: Markets and dealers

    (75) Davis, Phil, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992) , 111-134. Sample containing about 11132 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    Prior to the early 1980s the issuance procedure (traditional syndication) was as follows.
    A prospective *freeloader (borrower,1.000) * would approach a number of investment banks , one of which would be invited to act as the lead manager of an issue .
    The lead manager would in turn invite a small additional group of banks to aid it in organising the issue (the managing group) .

    CLS: Film and the working class

    (76) Stead, Peter, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1989) , 1-90. Sample containing about 34205 words from a book (domain: arts)

    In 1915 Harry Weiss of Metro Picture Services urged the trade to accept " Quality " as its watchword but what quality meant for the film industry in questions of both architecture and film-making was standards that would bring in the respectable without prejudicing the masses.
    The point about quality was that it should not and probably could not be confined .
    To offer the best was to set a general standard and to create a wider public expectation.

    CJ5: Steam Railway News

    (77) 10A Birkdale Trading Estate, Southport (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 8344 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    The extension to Inch Abbey has been approved completely but only part of the Ballyduggan extension has received approval.
    There has been 12 letters of objection to the *last (final,0.948) * stretch to Ballyduggan Mill lodged and it is expected that a meeting between all the parties involved will take place to see if there is some way of reconciling the objections .
    " IRISH RAILWAYS in Colour: From Steam to Diesel 1955-1967 " received an excellent review on the recent book programme broadcast on Ireland's RTE Radio 1.

    HAS: John Wood Group Employee Report 1992

    (78) u.p.. Sample containing about 4165 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    I feel a large part of this question can now be summed up by the following:
    Our Vision
    To be the UK's leading international contracting and service company in energy related markets and Scotland's outstanding growth company of the 1990s.

    A4E: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-11: Arts section

    (79) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 3939 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Some characters live up to their dress: Peter Craze's pig-tailed Banquo, earthy and violent, and Stephen Hattersley's no-nonsense Macduff are a welcome contrast to Bolam's King.
    The pace picks up towards the end : Bolam's hair goes awry , and for the first time a sense of *despair (desperation,1.000) * enters his acting .
    But generally this is a straight Macbeth with the morality all in order: nothing fancy, and precious little to dwell upon afterwards.

    AKC: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-13: Religious affairs stories

    (80) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 438 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    Some worshippers believe the water has healing properties when drunk or sprinkled over the sick.
    Walsingham is a holy town to both Anglicans and Roman Catholics and has two shrines , but the well is based in the Anglican one .
    When the Anglican shrine was built in 1931, on the site of the 11th-century building, the well was rediscovered.

    B2J: Habitat of palaeozoic gas in NW Europe

    (81) Goff, J , van Hoorne, B , Brooks, J (eds.) , Scottish Academic Press, Edinburgh (1986) , 37-166. Sample containing about 40303 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    In summary, the maturity-depth relationship established for the Southern North Sea Carboniferous is not significantly different from those recognised in other Paleozoic coal basins displaying comparable present day geothermal gradients.
    FIG. 7 .
    Interval velocity-depth relationship for the Bunter Shale Formation in the Southern North Sea (after Marie, 1975) .

    A4X: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-12: Foreign news pages

    (82) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 12351 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Often as many as five trains a day, each one packed with 4, 000 Jews, trundled eastwards to Auschwitz.
    Later Eichmann , faced with a lack of rail transport , began a *program (programme,0.876) * of deportations by foot -- - " death marches along a 120-mile route from Budapest to the Austrian border at Hegyeshalom .
    Ignoring attempts on his life, and constant threats, Wallenberg used every means possible to outwit the executioners, bribing Hungarian and German officials, threatening the Gestapo and issuing Swedish passports which, surprisingly, offered some protection in a period hardly renowned for respect for the law.

    CSA: Unigram x

    (83) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 10523 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    NOW CDC GOES TO IBM FOR RS/6000s
    Control Data Corp is the latest struggling hardware manufacturer to sign up as a reseller for IBM's RS/6000 -- - but so far it is restricting the agreement to Denmark , Norway and Sweden .
    CDC will also supply installation, maintenance and support services.

    A5M: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-14: Foreign news pages

    (84) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 10040 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    " I am fasting because I see no other way to express my protest against the ways in which our politicians brazenly keep up appearances and celebrate the fortieth anniversary of the state as their victory.
    " I am fasting because, unlike our state media, I am worried about the great number of people *that (who) * have left our country.

    " I am fasting to live in solidarity with all who suffer and are persecuted because they have committed themselves to social justice.

    FX8:

    (85)

    ... it's just that I'm never gon na get to up to ....
    Yeah .
    Okay.

    K9D: Courtaulds News

    (86) u.p.. Sample containing about 15360 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    The object is to help them communicate more effectively with their colleagues in France and Germany.
    *Crammers (Tutors,1.000) * visit the Vauxhall offices each week , running three classes for different levels of experience .
    Introduced by Cromadex, the classes are open to Protective Coatings and Marine and Yacht employees who work in the same building.

    CGM: Hair Flair

    (87) Shaws Publications Ltd, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 10682 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    NEXT MONTH: HILARY WELLES
    Brookside's Hairdresser , Angela
    CURL FREEDOM

    G4B:

    (88)

    And ... right, er if you give me a phone about ... twelve on Thursday morning,
    Mhm .
    we should have that result back, be able to tell you what's happening.

    HP6: [Scottish Amicable newsletter]

    (89) Scottish Amicable. Sample containing about 25420 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    Our branches and regional sales centres are reporting quite significant interest in activity in the Bond.
    The launch of any new product , in whatever industry , can be a long and complicated process .
    With a number of teams in different departments working in harmony anything can be achieved.

    FY7:

    (90)

    Heavy drug dealing and and heavy heavy pimping.
    And there's also the pub where the police , the police always knew they could find who they wanted in the .
    And if they couldn't find them there they had a number of informers in the.

    B1D: The Foreign Office: an architectural history

    (91) Toplis, Ian, Mansell Publishing Ltd, London/New York (1987) , 13-109. Sample containing about 40764 words from a book (domain: arts)

    True Gothic would not waste money and he quoted Scott's Remarks that a " tissue of costly ornament over the entire building ... is destructive of true dignity ".
    To make Scott design a building in the classical style was the worst possible course .
    Buxton declared with enthusiasm that Scott's design would be " one of the most beautiful buildings in the country ".

    K6Y:

    (92)

    I 'll see what they say and if agreeable then yes
    Okay .
    but if not ...

    AJ0: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-07: Arts section

    (93) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 5551 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    She has yet to prove herself on a large stage.
    " I don't care where it's done -- - for me the play is the thing , she says .
    " Watching actors work as an assistant director has been helpful, as was my experience in Eastern Europe.

    HKU: Keesings Contemporary Archives

    (94) Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1990) . Sample containing about 98110 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Third-World countries appealed to the USA to reconsider its stand, saying that unless it did so, countries which had not signed the Montreal protocol would be unable to do so, rendering efforts to save the ozone layer fruitless.
    AFRICA
    GABON

    KDL:

    (95)

    Yeah, there's a pendanty one, yeah ...
    Go up then ?
    Yes ...

    A73: The best man to die

    (96) Rendell, Ruth, Arrow Books Ltd, London (1981) . Sample containing about 43208 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    You ever seen his wife, have you?
    Got up like a tart with her new frocks and her jewellery and all that muck on her face , and not a bleeding thing to do all day long but watch that colour telly and ring up her *cobbers (pals,1.000) * .
    They hadn't got no kids, yelling and nagging at you the minute you get in, crawling all over you in the night because they 're cutting their bloody teeth.

    CGS: Professionals and parents: managing children's behaviour

    (97) Randall, Peter and Gibb, Charles, Macmillan Publishers Ltd, Basingstoke (1989) , 1-124. Sample containing about 32126 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    The repeated baseline showed Olwyn was in bed every night by 8pm.
    9 Modifying or maintaining the intervention
    What happened

    G5C:

    (98)

    If I do that ...
    Aye , that's how , where I knew it wouldn't wan na go there .
    Ah.

    CLL: [Selection of OUP English Language Teaching promotional leaflets]

    (99) Oxford University Press, Oxford (1992/1993) . Sample containing about 43505 words of miscellanea (domain: social science)

    My ABC
    My ABC is a delightful colouring book designed to help children learn the letters of the English alphabet .
    Each letter of the alphabet is shown in capital and small letters inassociation with a key word beginning with that letter.

    HD2: Lothian Regional Council

    (100) u.p.. Sample containing about 56447 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    Establishment of River Almond Initiative with Central Scotland Countryside Trust.
    2
    Setting up of Water of Leith Conservation Trust.

    FF0: Writing crime fiction

    (101) Keating, H R F, A & C Black (Publishers) Ltd, London (1986) , 3-72. Sample containing about 34229 words from a book (domain: arts)

    Let's hear from Stan Ellin again.
    He is talking this time of the short stories of Guy de Maupassant , only a few of which can perhaps be seized on as crime short stories before their time .
    Ellin says that he could tell even as a sixteen-year-old that " here was a writer who reduced stories to their absolute essence " and, he adds, the ending of each de Maupassant story is, when you think about it, " as inevitable as doom ".

    JS8:

    (102)

    I would like to record my thanks to the members of all sites who have given such enthusiasm ... and interest to this problem, this topic and that the erm County Council is now resourcing rights of way in a way which we felt was necessary and I would thank our staff for their persistence, patience and their continuing efforts with great er verseatue we ... I am grateful Chairman.
    Mr before we
    Yes I was just going to respond to Mr because we did actually discuss horse riding er ... on the bridleway network along the footpath and er well I do hope that what Mr has said felt that he had has considering condoning people riding horses on the footpath are breaking the law.

    CE9: Railway ghosts and phantoms

    (103) Herbert, W B, David & Charles Publishers plc, Newton Abbot, Devon (1992) , 57-200. Sample containing about 40511 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Probably as the snorting monsters emerged from the Black Hole of Balcombe in a cloud of smoke and steam, a merry crowd of villagers who watched from the top of the embankment gave a wary cheer and wondered what the world was coming to!
    A hundred years on and the scene at Balcombe is much the same ; trains faster and far more frequent are still thundering through the tunnel but without the cheering villagers to wave them on their way .
    When England was at war and sentries were posted at both ends of the tunnel, one night, early in the war, German planes droned over and dropped bombs along the railway line possibly aiming to destroy the tunnel and so to cut a supply link to the Channel ports and the British armies in France.

    KCK:

    (104)

    He's pain in the neck!
    He hurts girls .
    Who's William?

    KPJ:

    (105)

    Yeah.
    the ... sheets and all stuff like that .
    I 'll draw up that sheet for er ... they 'll probably start Monday the twelfth.

    FB1: Rethinking the Russian revolution

    (106) Acton, Edward, Edward Arnold (Publishers) Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1992) , 5-106. Sample containing about 43703 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    On the other hand, revisionist analysis contradicts central features of the Soviet view of the revolution as the product of a " law-governed " process.
    The structure of agriculture makes it difficult to treat the peasant drive for noble land as the harbinger of rural *venture_capitalism (capitalism,1.000) * .
    The crucial ingredient behind the militancy of Russia's working class was the political environment rather than Bolshevik leadership.

    CLK: Castle Drachenfels

    (107) Sargent, Carl, Games Workshop, Nottingham (1992) , 2-62. Sample containing about 38596 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    The ichor comes from Daemons in the service of the indicated Chaos Powers.
    There is one final item *that (which) * appears valuable but innocuous enough, if one isn't a daemonologist.

    A pentagram of solid gold lies on one table, wrapped in black silk; this is worth 600 GCs.

    J9C:

    (108)

    You have this paper before us?
    Any questions or observations .
    Erm, yes, Mr Chairman.

    HT1:

    (109)

    Forget fuel deliveries, dust, dirt, smells, noise, fetching, carrying, tending the boiler ...
    Get a new electric boiler and forget it -- - all of it !
    An electric boiler will run your existing hot water radiator system without those problems which make some other boilers such a hassle.

    J8J:

    (110)

    Mm.
    that ... it was ... it was that detrimental .
    Okay.

    K2A: Belfast Telegraph: Arts section

    (111) u.p.. Sample containing about 8047 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    But this old world tranquillity of the hotel is broken by the frenetic demands of the rock star's retinue of security guards and personal cooks.
    The hubbub outside comes not from the picturesque *dealers (traders,0.895) * of the bazaar but from some 500 fans pleading for a *glance (glimpse,0.984) * of their idol .
    Master craftsman to inspire Kilkenny DJ's just the man to rock Galway

    J11: Children's party cakes

    (112) Clark, Maxine, Farrow, Joanna and Man, Kathy, Macdonald & Company (Publrs) Ltd, London (1992) , 6-114. Sample containing about 30008 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    Roll out into lengths approximately 5cm (2inches) wide – or the height of the cake.
    Trim and wrap all the way round the cake .
    Smooth the top edge into the white icing evenly, smooth over the joins and trim off excess around the base.

    KBC:

    (113)

    Yeah.
    Well
    And when you come

    HDX:

    (114)

    Okay, you can now try.
    Yes , yeah , there you go .
    Er, ... range.

    A1B: Studies in Ezra Pound

    (115) Davie, Donald, Carcanet Press, London (1991) . Sample containing about 49084 words from a book (domain: arts)

    or from a fine old eye the unconquered flame
    This is not vanity .
    Here error is all in the not done,

    ACK: Dandelion days

    (116) Howell, Bette, Chapmans Publishers Ltd, London (1991) . Sample containing about 42304 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    The sort that builds skyscrapers, bridges, motorways and chunnels.
    The sort that never takes no for an answer .
    How are we going to keep him awayfrom our tree?

    CTL: Unigram x

    (117) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 9023 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    However, it's not only VMS-on-Unix software BBC offers: the VMS editor, mail system and backup utilities are also available on proprietary Data General Corp, IBM Corp and PrimOS environments.
    SunSoft Inc Solaris and Microsoft Corp Winows/NT will follow too .
    As yet it has nothing to offer ICL users who want to retain their VMS look and feels, but BBC president, David Pikcilingis, and director of marketing, Edward Gaudet were in the UK last week to try and convince ICL there is a market for VMS emulation software on the company's Unix-based hardware – and to lend BBC some DRS machines to port to.

    A19: Electronics and Wireless World

    (118) Reed Business Publishing Group Ltd, Sutton, Surrey (1991-09) . Sample containing about 41084 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    In this situation, bearing in mind that the very prevalent hydroxyl and hydronium ions are probably the dominant cause in the hazard risk at 50Hz or 60Hz, it can be presumed that a hazard free situation prevails at 100Hz or 120Hz.
    Therefore , as a simple expedient , the object should be to eliminate the 50Hz or 60Hz basic frequency and operate instead at twice this frequency .
    Now, this may not seem to be a feasible solution, except for the odd application such as electric blanket or underfloor heating where full wave rectified unsmoothed 50 or 60Hz AC will produce heating from a mixture of 81 % DC and 19 % AC at 100 or 120Hz and above.

    J1J: [Leeds United e-mail list]

    (119) u.p.. Sample containing about 19787 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    Norway was of course seeded last in FIFA's set up for the world cup (no surprise as FIFA's seeding is just base on recent world cup's) .
    another chant i remember from the newcastle fans : when 2 -- 0 up vs Scousers they started with You 're worse than San Marino , you 're worse than San Marino ... let's hope scum will hear that one in a very near future at St. James Park .
    BBC Ceefax last night also reported that Leeds had an £ 500, 000 (or some other good figure) positive bottom line for the last financial year (ending in june i suppose) – which make the sale of Batty look somehow strange again ...

    K4K: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Applied Science pages

    (120) u.p.. Sample containing about 486 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    Miss Johansen is due to leave in five weeks.
    She has a six-month voluntary contract with the government-backed Forest Elephant Group to work in the Omo rain forests .
    " It is a dream come true for me, " she said.

    J3M:

    (121)

    Can I express thanks to the president for taking this meeting ... it's been ... very interesting.
    What , that I have or the meeting has ?
    Thank you.

    AKS: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-16: Arts section

    (122) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 7393 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    By NIGELLA LAWSON
    Voyager is perhaps an unfortunate title for a film that all too often fills the screen with beautifully crafted pictures from glossy holiday brochures .
    There comes a point where one begins to suspect that it could be part of some Euro-plot to boost tourism: France is white-napped tables and hot coffee, a stroll round the Louvre, a lingering bistro lunch; Italy, a glass of grappa, a plate of pasta and the mottled-stone lure of antiquity; Greece, a Technicolor turquoise panorama of sea and sky.

    A3H: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Listings section

    (123) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 1384 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    FRIDAY LEEDS Film Festival Two weeks of varied film with a horror weekend (14/15 Oct) , a George Romero retrospective with a screening of his new film Monkey Shines, various seminars, and two exhibitions, The Man Who Shot Garbo and 30 Years of Cuban Cinema.
    To 28 Oct .
    Box office and details (0532-462453) .

    K76:

    (124)

    My Lords, er the principle of co-option has been described as by a number of Your Lordships as an extension of principal of democracy, but I call on my experience not aser of a year as er Minister for the Police under my Noble Friend Lord Whitelaw, but my three years as Minister for the Prison Service er and er in that er service, there was erm in each prison a Board of Prison Visitors and I observed during that time that the membership of the prison population was becoming increasingly black, but that the membership of the er Boards of Prison Governors was remaining stubbornly white and I er ... put it, I made it then that I thought there should be something to redress this balance er ... the system is as it were a supervised co-option, the local er Board makes a proposal and the Minister approves or doesn't, but also I had to refuse five successive of proposed co-options of white members to an all-white prison board for a prison which was predominantly black in population because it was alleged there were no suitable black people available.
    My Lords , ... in effect I had a Power of Appointment and in effect it was very badly needed .
    Er I therefore think that there should be a process by which the Secretary of State can be involved in getting people on to the police authority, but My Lords should those erm er people be in a position at any time to be the majority or the predominant voice on the authority.

    FSF: The relic

    (125) Anthony, E, Arrow (Hutchinson) , London (1992) , 72-180. Sample containing about 35495 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Instinctively, Lucy grabbed at her wrist.
    " You rotten *small (little,0.929) * spy , Irina hissed at her in Russian .
    " You 'll pay for this, whatever you 're up to. "

    HMJ:

    (126)

    British commercial law is amongst the most expensive in the world.
    With new firms in the North of England under cutting their city *competitors (rivals,0.833) * , is the writing on the wall for one of London's most traditional professions .
    Behind the city calm a battle is raging.

    AHB: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-04: Business section

    (127) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 17314 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    Printing banknotes is one area where Britain leads the world, with De La Rue having some 60 p.c. of the global banknote business and around half the market in printing passports.
    Yesterday it added another country to its list with an order to produce nearly 5m passports for Lithuania .
    David Rigg, commercial development director, reminisced nostalgically that there has not been such a boom in his business since the rush to decolonise Africa some 30 years ago.

    CEP: Today: sports pages

    (128) News Group Newspapers Ltd, London (1992-12) . Sample containing about 202283 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    The 31-year-old from Kenilworth slumped to 84th in the rankings this year but has regained his enthusiasm after two rounds with Woosnam.
    " Woosie is one of the best players in the world and he is an inspiration to me , said Mouland .
    " He has lifted my game.

    APP: Politics in the streets

    (129) Purdie, Bob, The Blackstaff Press Ltd, Belfast (1990) , 121-197. Sample containing about 30441 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    They would permanently weaken the basis of Unionism, and towards these objectives the energies of the progressive people in the North should be bent in the coming months.
    This would not occur automatically .
    The Unionist government would try to make the minimum concessions and strong pressure would have to be put on it:

    CPP: Computergram international

    (130) u.p.. Sample containing about 6978 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Moreover, Uzzell said, companies are of the opinion that there are always more important things to be done.
    Other barriers to implementing open systems include the initial cost of the move in terms of time and money ; re-training ; and the need for business re-engineering .
    Third, as the financial market becomes increasingly global and competition grows, financial institutions are finding that they need to network their resources more and more – whether that be data, staff, or computer hardware – both company-wide, country-wide and across different time zones.

    HD7: [Creative writing: prose]

    (131) Robertson, Angela, u.p., 1-89. Sample containing about 30962 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    That readiness to make a joke of life had been temporarily eclipsed.
    She didn't smile .
    " Well, " she said, " the prodigal has returned. "

    K5E: The Scotsman: Applied Science pages

    (132) u.p.. Sample containing about 7248 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Any pooch found straying could be matched to its owners by the Highland capital's two dog wardens using scanners.
    On Friday , Inverness District Council's control of dogs sub-committee will meet to discuss the details of a one-month pilot scheme .
    Tom McClenaghan, the council's director of administration, reveals in a report that owners will be charged an initial £12 for the security of knowing that their furry friends can no longer go as they please.

    KSU:

    (133)

    Ha ha!
    I learn everything
    Why did you ... when we were here?

    A6X: Autocar and Motor

    (134) Haymarket Magazines Ltd, Teddington, Middlesex (1991-19-19) . Sample containing about 37898 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Lamont may attempt to lay down an encouraging market for the industry.
    With the Gulf war over and interest rates drifting down , he may feel that a *fartherer (further,1.000) * half percent interest rate cut coinciding with the budget will put the motor industry and its customers in a more confident mood .
    However, Lamont will almost certainly announce a further increase in tax liability on company cars.

    HU0: The white rose murder

    (135) Clynes, Michael, Headline Book Publishing plc, London (1992) , 73-209. Sample containing about 42518 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    The Parisians would scarcely spare a second thought for an Englishman and be only too pleased to see me twitch and shake at the end of a rope.
    I thought of Benjamin and Wolsey and cursed them .
    Couldn't they have done something?

    HCJ: Edit [alumni magazine] Issue 2

    (136) u.p. (n.d.) , pp3-8. Sample containing about 7404 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    The first film commission in Britain was set up in 1989 in Liverpool, in response to Mersey Television's need for locations around that city, as they developed drama programmes from their base in Brookside.
    The advent of Channel Four in 1982 was the catalyst *that (which) * was to change film-making in Britain, atleast in the regions.

    Here was a TV station which did not make its own programmes but, instead, contracted with independent producers – who did not operate from studios in the traditional sense.

    J6S: Management buy-outs

    (137) Cooke, Darryl J, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993) , 1-115. Sample containing about 44302 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    The relationship between the management team and the bank will extend beyond the usual banker/customer relationship, and it is essential that they feel comfortable with eachother, although, of course, the bankers should not deny the managers freedom to run the business.
    The advisers
    Professional advisers play an essential role in the management buy-out process.

    CC5: [Queen's Park Baptist church magazines]

    (138) u.p.. Sample containing about 3794 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: belief and thought)

    NEWS FROM RIYADH
    Fiona Gennis writes :
    Once again I am writing to you on behalfof Pat McDonald, who is in Riyadh.

    A8T: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-07: Religious affairs stories

    (139) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 671 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    JAYNE Greenwell overlooks the fact that Christianity is the soil in which the roots of the ethnic British are grounded.
    Most of the praise-worthy efforts to reflect minority cultures in our schools are based on religious festivals -- - Hindu , Moslem , Sikh or Jewish .
    Our children have a right to know why we have Christmas and Easter, crosses on war memorials and a coronation service; why the centre of every English village is a parish church; and why English literature resonates with Biblical imagery.

    FE0: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (140) u.p.. Sample containing about 3298 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    So he knew that if he instructed Marshalls to act for him they would charge him their normal fees for their work.
    He did instruct them .
    I can detect nothing in the evidence, even on the debtor's version, to suggest that Marshalls misled or took advantage of him in any way.

    GTF: The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons

    (141) Nicholls, C S (ed.) , Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) . Sample containing about 34650 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    [D. W. F. Hardie, A History of the Chemical Industry in Widnes, 1850; D. W. F. Hardie, " Henry Deacon ", Chemical Age, vol. lxxviii, 1957, p. 598.]
    D C Witt
    , George (1849-1936) , electrical engineer and scientist, was born in Edinburgh 5 April 1849, the younger son (there were also three daughters) of James David Forbes[ q.v.], professor of natural philosophy at Edinburgh University (later principal of St Andrews University) , known for his work on the flow of glaciers, and his wife Alicia Wauchope.

    H7T: Applied economics

    (142) Griffiths, Alan and Wall, Stuart, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993) . Sample containing about 38648 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    There is currently no formal requirement as to adequate liquidity holdings by banks.
    However , what is expected is that the Bank of England will require all banks under the Banking Act of 1987 to keep a ratio of primary liquid assets to some definition of deposit liabilities .
    Such ratios may differ as between different types of banks, and deposits will be ranked according to their maturity.

    J1Y: Wavelength

    (143) P & O, London (1993) . Sample containing about 9195 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Above: Commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Royal Navy's blocking raid on Zeebrugge are Lord Keyes of Dover and Zeebrugge (front row, second left) and former P & O European Ferries Freight Manager at Zeebrugge, Charles Claeys (far right) .
    ON YOUR MARQUES , GET SET , GO !
    L to R. P & O Containers London-based Northbound Manager, ANZ Trade, David Lindsey; Jan Ryan, who accompanied her husband, Chris Ryan on the trip to London and Paul Ecclestone

    CK1: Inner and outer

    (144) Vesey, Godfrey, Macmillan Publishers Ltd, Basingstoke (1991) , 127-240. Sample containing about 42431 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    The question he put to the children was: " What is it you think with? "
    If a child did not know what to make of this question Piaget would prompt him : " When you walk , you walk with feet ; well then , when you think , what do you think with ?
    I shall tell you what the six-year-olds said in a moment.

    CGD: Family work with elderly people

    (145) Froggatt, Alison, Macmillan Publishers Ltd, Basingstoke (1990) , 1-107. Sample containing about 38630 words from a book (domain: social science)

    There is at last discussion and pooling of ideas on how to make residential services accessible.
    For example , a day *center (centre,0.900) * or residential home might have staff from the main minority groups .
    One of the cooks might be able to do kosher meals, another halal food, depending on the client group.

    CNG: Computergram international

    (146) u.p.. Sample containing about 9558 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    IBM's problems in Europe, reflected in its annual report, are hardly over.
    They are likely to worsen .
    And in Japan, where big business likes big computers – when it can afford them – IBM's prospects for 1993 are already making observers nervous.

    C8H: Middlesbrough Diocesan Catholic Voice

    (147) Catholic Voice Publications Ltd, Liverpool (1992-11) . Sample containing about 9549 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    The Scripture in Greek was used in the infant Church in whatever locality her members were.
    The Jews regarded the Law or Torah as a guide to right *life (living,0.877) * .
    The Church looked to Jesus as the new lawgiver who had abrogated the ceremonial precepts of the Old Covenant or Testament but retained its moral precepts.

    BMN: Crown in darkness

    (148) Doherty, P C, Headline Book Publishing plc, London (1991) , 27-151. Sample containing about 38547 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    I understand you dressed the late King's body for burial.
    I wondered ...
    " No wonder, Corbett, " MacAirth almost screeched in reply, seizing the proffered cup and slurping noisily from it.

    J1N: Scottish TV -- sports news scripts

    (149) u.p.. Sample containing about 2969 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure)

    Hello again.
    Aberdeen took advantage of Hibs not having a league fixture last week , and they did it in style , this spectacular overhead kick from Duncan Shearer clinching a two-nil victory over Dundee United at Pittodrie , which took the Dons to joint top spot in the Premier table , although Hibs now have a game in hand .
    Motherwell are third, a point off the leaders with Rangers and Kilmarnock together on fourteen points.

    A5U: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-14: Sport section

    (150) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 15794 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    " That's what baseball is all about. "
    He showed what he is all about in the eighth inning of game five against the Cubs at Candlestick .
    The Giants were leading the series 3-1 and wanted desperately to avoid returning to Wrigley Field for a sixth game.

    C9J: Guitarist

    (151) Music Maker Publications, Ely, Cambs (1992-08/1993-01) . Sample containing about 53361 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    The Pensa Suhr seems to be your main guitar now.
    How did that come about ?
    " I just walked in there one day; it was the nicest store on 48th Street.

    JNE:

    (152)

    And you had one gun being a revolver.
    The revolver *that (which) * was holstered with the strap over it.

    Did you at any stage take the revolver out of the holster?

    CLV: FlyPast

    (153) Key Publishing, Stamford, Lincs (1991-11) . Sample containing about 36947 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    He really had a hard time and suffered a great deal over the years from the wounds he received back then.
    I am afraid he may not be with us any longer .
    Efforts are still being made to ascertain the condition of Charlie Atcher.

    KDD:

    (154)

    No.
    ... Nothing .
    ... Right, let's see what this says. ...

    CKM: Tennis World

    (155) Presswatch, Sussex (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 21395 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Courier, the French Open winner, US Open finalist and World number 2, still goes largely unrecognised, and drew little attention as he worked his way through the draw.
    He received a walkover into the *last (final,0.948) * when Richard Krajicek , who may well be the next known to win Wimbledon , withdrew with tendinitis in his right shoulder .
    The young Dutchman is unusual in that he travels with a " mental " coach, who practices something called haptotherapy.

    HY5: The rise of modern diplomacy 1450-1919

    (156) Anderson, M S, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993) , 41-148. Sample containing about 46239 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Such were the conducteur des ambassadeurs and maître des cérémonies in France, the conductor de los embajadores in Spain, and the master of ceremonies in England.
    A number of well-established general principles were accepted as regulating precedence .
    It was still widely agreed that, as laid down in the papal ranking of 1504, the Holy Roman Emperor came first of all secular rulers, and this pre-eminence all emperors jealously guarded: it was only after considerable resistance that Ferdinand III (1637--57) agreed to address Louis XIV as " Majesté Royale ".

    K4A: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Religious affairs stories

    (157) u.p.. Sample containing about 452 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    Healers who use their hands rather than pills and potions are still treated with scepticism.
    Even though their skills may date back *millenaries (thousands,1.000) * of years , faith-healers and spiritual *therapists (healers,1.000) * continually come under fire from the medical profession and lay people alike .
    But one practitioner, Eileen Reilly, says that while some unscrupulous healers bring the area into disrepute, there is evidence to show that it does work.

    FB5: Social classes in Marxist theory

    (158) Cottrell, A, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1984) , 158-265. Sample containing about 45207 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The financial sector showed particularly rapid growth, connected with the growth of financial transactions implied by the vast expansion of saving and borrowing (analysed in Chapter 4) .
    The " professional and scientific *class (category,0.888) * also grew rapidly , reflecting the expansion of both professional services for business and the development of education and the NHS in the state sector .
    The " miscellaneous services " sector declined in importance, reflecting a switch in popular expenditure patterns – away from cinemas and theatres and towards television; away from domestic help and laundries and towards domestic appliances; away from transport services and towards the use of private cars.

    J78: Media law

    (159) Robertson, Geoffrey, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1990) , 1-91. Sample containing about 44653 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The last work of literature to be prosecuted for obscenity in a full-blooded Old Bailey trial was an undistinguished paperback entitled " Inside Linda Lovelace ".
    It had sold a few thousand copies in the years before the 1976 court case : within three weeks of its acquittal 600 , 000 copies were purchased by an avid *admass (public,0.887) * .
    That trial seems finally to have convinced the DPP of the unwisdom of using obscenity laws against books with any claim to literary or sociological merit.

    H7E: Getting things done: Eva Burrows -- A biography

    (160) Green, Wendy, Marshall Morgan & Scott, UK (1988) , 3-119. Sample containing about 38260 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    I think all along the line I felt a great sense of privilege at being able to share the gospel, and that God had chosen, and was going to use me.
    That might sound naive to some people but to me it was like a flowering of my life .
    The beauty of the flower was for God. "

    HYB: The effective teaching of religious education

    (161) Watson, Brenda, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993) , 1-125. Sample containing about 46271 words from a book (domain: social science)

    I had always had difficulty with the idea of a long-bearded god sitting on a throne on high, but because it came in the form it did, as an energy, I had no difficulty with it ...
    The interesting point about this comment is that it indicates the degree of conceptual retardation from which an intelligent adult can suffer .
    The picture of an old man in the sky is not taught by any of the great religions – yet this may come as a surprise to many people today.

    KJV: Albert Gunter: sermon

    (162) Sample containing about 5662 words speech recorded in public context

    And they awoke him and said to him, teacher ... do you not care that we are perishing?
    And being aroused , he rebuked the wind and said to the sea ... *stillness (hush,0.929) * !
    Be still.

    A6E: I was a teenage sex pistol

    (163) Silverton, Pete and Matlock, Glen, Omnibus Press, London (1990) . Sample containing about 25648 words from a book (domain: arts)

    So they took off after him, caught him and gave him a hiding.
    But , of course it was entirely the wrong bloke .
    They should have been chasing Steve Jones.

    J1R: The Scottish Council for Development and Industry annual report

    (164) u.p. (n.d.) , 1-24. Sample containing about 5261 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    As expected, the issues of Scottish Enterprise and Highlands and Islands Enterprise, the reform of non-domestic rates, Scotland's lowland airport policy, the future of steel-making in Scotland and environmental policies received considerable attention from the Council's various committees in 1989/90.
    During the year the Council made a wide variety of submissions on these and other matters to Government and these are listed on page 7 of this Report .
    I anticipate that in 1991 we will re-visit most of these subjects and I expect that we will address several others such as skills shortages, innovation policy and education policy proposals.

    A83: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-11-11: Arts section

    (165) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 7332 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Moreover, the attention the association has paid to cinema has offered a space in which it has been possible to raise the issue of the production and distribution of narrative and dramatic works in African languages.
    Finally , and outside the university context , it is perhaps worth mentioning that the Camden library service has a good loan collection of African writing .
    Obviously, one hopes that other groups will attempt initiatives of this kind, or are already engaged in comparable initiatives of their own.

    CDB: A fatal inversion

    (166) Vine, Barbara, Viking, London (1987) , 19-117. Sample containing about 38169 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    In another year, at almost any other time, Adam would have touched his father or more probably his mother for a loan, but in June 1976 his father was barely speaking to him, and his mother would have been scared to go against her husband.
    Of course if Adam had invited his parents to make themselves at home at Wyvis Hall , use it as a hotel , while he was away , they would have lent him any amount , but that was the last thing Adam would have done .
    He did ask his sister for money.

    B76: New Scientist

    (167) IPC Magazines Ltd, London (1991-02-16) . Sample containing about 41806 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Now the specialists have had to stand on their heads, because previous transfusions are known to be very helpful in making a kidney " take "; the modern kidney doctor will not usually accept for transplant a patient who has not had a transfusion.
    " Protective factors are said to be the explanation .
    but what these are is not yet clear.

    J9B:

    (168)

    Commitments ...
    ... written , you say , all commitments have been ensured .
    Yes.

    H02:

    (169)

    have a, a degree
    Yeah .
    in anything, all I

    FRU: Prisoner of Zenda: Oxford Bookworms edition

    (170) Hope, A and Mowat, D, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) . Sample containing about 11386 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Suddenly, through the darkness, I saw a horse coming towards me.
    I jumped at the horse's head , and saw the man's face above me .
    " At last! "

    AL6: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-17: Foreign news pages

    (171) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 22502 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Nationally, the total is up 1, 056, 000 on April, 1990, when it first started expanding.
    On an international basis, the British rate is calculated at 10.2 percent *that (which) * is above the averages for the " Major 7 " economies, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, and the European Community.

    Only Spain and Ireland of the 11 other Common Market countries record a higher rate.

    HLX:

    (172)

    A message from Bill, General Secretary of the Transport and General Workers Union.
    Dear colleagues , it is my pleasure to send fraternal greetings to all delegates at the G M B Conference from the Executive Officers and Members of the T & G. In the twelve months since I last sent you our good wishes much activity has taken place within our movement .
    Our two unions have shown the value of working closer together to pursue our common aims and we look forward to continuing our association.

    CAA: New Millennium summer holidays

    (173) u.p.. Sample containing about 6383 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    On departures where the final day is in Berlin, the price includes 6 nights half board in Zakopane and one night bed and breakfast enroute home.
    Supplements per person per week : Single room £20 (Zakopane only) .
    B £25.

    HM4:

    (174)

    ... er, both today and Sunday look very good for socializing and generally enjoying life, but on Saturday I think it's going to be very important to keep things in perspective.
    Why is that , why has Saturday got in there ?
    Among the bad ones?

    B79: New Scientist

    (175) IPC Magazines Ltd, London (1991-02-16) . Sample containing about 13037 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    The wild goats, highly fertile and able to drink sea water if necessary, are probably the biggest single danger.
    They strip the leaves and often the bark off all the trees and *bushes (shrubs,1.000) * they can reach .
    They compete with the giant tortoises and land iguanas for food, and by removing the vegetation alter insect habitats and so affect insectivorous creatures such as finches, flycatchers, warblers and bats.

    A13: [CAMRA information leaflets]

    (176) CAMRA, St Albans. Sample containing about 4561 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    Cask ale – unique beer of the world
    Real ale -- - or cask-conditioned beer , to give it the *right (correct,1.000) * technical name -- - is the champagne of the beer world , a beer that reaches maturity inside its container in the pub *cellarage (cellar,0.905) * .
    It is that conditioning in the cask that marks it out from the rest of the world's beers.

    B0P: Advanced coarse fishing

    (177) Marsden, Graham, A & C Black (Publishers) Ltd, London (1987) , 5-106. Sample containing about 38335 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    The following years are the period in the cycle that produce bags of medium-sized fish.
    A spate of poor spawning years eventually produces the big fish period in the cycle .
    What I look for when searching for a " new " big bream water are the points I have mentioned: fifteen or more acres of water, and rich feed.

    EBF: Action

    (178) World Assoc for Christian Comm (1991-07/1993-02) . Sample containing about 6488 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    The CCA and the FABC engage in study to develop an ecumenical policy on mission and communication.
    b)
    WACC participate in such study.

    H0H: The initial destinations of 1984 information technology advanced course students

    (179) Gordon, Alan, Science & Eng Research Council, UK (1984) , 1-37. Sample containing about 7027 words from a book (domain: social science)

    the 26 students seeking employment were looking in the same kinds of business areas as those who had been more successful in job search;
    of the 16 students not seeking employment at the time of the survey , 14 planned to carry on writing up their theses , and two had arranged extended visits *abroad (overseas,0.830) * .
    Information Engineering Research Students in 1984

    HX6: Christian Aid

    (180) Christian Aid, Edinburgh, Scotland. Sample containing about 965 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    It would help us to plan for the future if you would be so kind as to take a few minutes to fill in this questionnaire.
    If possible , please hand the completed questionnaire to the staff before you leave the conference , otherwise please post it to the National Office in Edinburgh .
    1.

    HA2: Unholy ghosts

    (181) Greenwood, D M, Headline Book Publishing plc, London (1991) , 1-142. Sample containing about 43843 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Only safe on the loo and not always then. "
    " And you live ?
    Miss Tilley gestured with her index finger pointing upwards to the classroom ceiling.

    KBB:

    (182)

    I mean they 're like er ... hard plastic
    it is in't it , yes it's like it
    what are ours?

    H93: The magician

    (183) Escott, John, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) , 2-21. Sample containing about 1820 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Later, Anna and Carl are in St Peter's Square.
    Suddenly , Anna sees the man with one arm again .
    He is with a second man.

    EUX: Directions in biblical Hebrew poetry

    (184) Follis, Elaine R (ed.) , JSOT Press, Sheffield (1987) , 77-96. Sample containing about 7697 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    The parallel line docs not simply repeat what has been said, but enriches it, deepens it, transforms it by adding fresh nuances and bringing in new elements, renders it more concrete and vivid and telling.
    More " concrete , yes ; but he said nothing about more specific , more precise .
    Other aspects of parallelism fall now to be compared to and contrasted with the parallelism of greater precision.

    FLH:

    (185)

    Any animals?
    Do they *have_it_coming (deserve,1.000) * a better deal ?
    Button one for yes, and button two for no.

    A50: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-12: Home news pages

    (186) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 16997 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Ordinary stamps will continue to be on sale at the normal price.
    The money will be distributed by the Charities Aid Foundation , set up to co-ordinate the raising and distribution of funds to other charities .
    Priority will go to emergency and crisis cases.

    HRT: [Link -- the house journal of the Pauls group]

    (187) u.p.. Sample containing about 48653 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: arts)

    Swinging
    Competitors battled *valorously (valiantly,1.000) * throughout the afternoon with plenty of supporters to cheer them on .
    Musical entertainment continued with a marching display by the and the swinging beat of the Jazz band.

    GYH:

    (188)

    It's nothing to do with hay fever is it, this, do you think?
    Yeah .
    Cos when I blow nose, this thing, ... pops.

    GX9: NewsLine -- Royal Bank of Scotland

    (189) u.p.. Sample containing about 20283 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    TV campaign a great success Page 3
    Cashline cash for Sainsbury shoppers
    CASHLINE machines are to be installed at several Sainsbury supermarkets as part of a Royal Bank plan to increase the number of ATMs at what are known as third party or remote locations.

    HCG: University of Stirling annual report 1991-1992

    (190) u.p.. Sample containing about 5984 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    The Diploma in Education for nurse/midwife teachers now allows students with Masters ' degrees to qualify within a reduced time-span.
    A grant of £20K was obtained for the Enterprise Awareness in Teacher Education scheme , in competition with other institutions , enabling *fartherer (further,1.000) * staff placements in business and industry .
    Working links were established with institutions in France, Germany and Spain, leading to an exchange of students in the forthcoming session 1992/93.

    B1F: Gardens of meditation

    (191) Falconar, A E I, Colin Smythe Ltd, Gerrards Cross (1980) , 7-103. Sample containing about 36283 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    Here time will be slowed and the light will be frayed to pure strands of colour; and the photons after their long space journey, will spread their thin sails of colour on the tranquil sea.
    Or it is like the light pictures that enter the eyes lenses and escape into the *enormity (vastness,1.000) * of the tundra and like ice crystals on the windows , they freeze and become the light flowers that bloom on the endless snow fields .
    Painter!

    JJU:

    (192)

    The issue is whether or not the defendant's lawyer should have told his client about the state of the title and the risks arising therefrom and I didn't have any difficulty in coming to the conclusion on that matter without the aid of expert evidence and erm ... the judge then goes on to deal with the ... authorities. ...
    My Lord er , the *last (final,0.948) * part of ... er my submission on ...
    Well that doesn't take us very much further does it

    HF3:

    (193)

    But we weren't going to tell you anything jut yet.
    We had something else in mind for you .
    So that's it.

    JY6: One shining summer

    (194) Wilder, Quinn, Mills & Boon, Richmond, Surrey (1993) . Sample containing about 52001 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    To everybody but me, maybe, Charity thought.
    Matthew seemed to avoid her as studiously as he avoided Sandra !
    " She's made some really snide comments to some of the staff about you.

    A5Y: Inside the RUC

    (195) Brewer, John and Magee, Kathleen, Clarendon Press, Oxford (1991) . Sample containing about 43791 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    This also appears to be an attraction to members of British police forces.
    Holdaway (1983 : 72) noted how lawyers were seen by Hilton's police as a threat because they unmask police practice , and , alongwith doctors and social workers , they were considered challengers .
    This led some policemen to enjoy the sport which the court room offered (Holdaway 1983: 74) .

    K5M: The Scotsman: Foreign news pages

    (196) u.p.. Sample containing about 270447 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    A spokesman for the company management said later: " Management at the Timex plant in Dundee deplores the activities of protesters outside its plant, tactics which are designed only to intimidate the workers who are coming into the plant. "
    Yesterday's mass picket had been fuelled by last week's decision at the Court of Session to allow meetings at the gates , and by the wave of support for the sacked workers at a rally in Dundee on Saturday .
    In the wake of the disturbances, union leaders alleged that one of the men arrested, the Scottish Militant leader and Glasgow councillor Tommy Sheridan, had been singled out by police for special treatment, and that the force had been heavy handed.

    H8F: Forgotten fire

    (197) Mansell, Joanna, Mills & Boon, Richmond, Surrey (1992) . Sample containing about 54007 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Her pencil had captured the dark, brooding atmosphere only too well.
    Julius featured in none of the drawings , but she still seemed to see him ; she could see that sudden haunted look in his eyes .
    She pushed the sketches of Kenilworth away from her with an abrupt movement.

    KNG:

    (198)

    Aha.
    ... that was ... temporary .
    Yes.

    EWB: Walking the Dales

    (199) Harding, Mike, Michael Joseph Ltd, London (1989) , 51-129. Sample containing about 24218 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    While we were drinking our tea, the lady at the shop told us that the water that flows over Hardraw Force is in York within an hour.
    When I told Tom Stephenson this , he said nonsense , so I 'll leave them to fight it out .
    4.

    JSG:

    (200)

    I don't think that's slow, I think that's moving with very considerable speed.
    Here , here .
    Er ... indeed the directive was promulgated as the minister said but I don't think it was a bolt out of the blue, it was ofcourse something that we around for some considerable time before that and of course that excuse hardly applies ... to the delay in establishing the European parliamentary constituency committees, er as the minister er will know very well, it was merely a matter of seven weeks, er the excuse being that had they had another seven weeks ... they could have had the public inquiry stage, the reality of course was that there was plenty of time to do this in good time and in good order and without the confusion that exists now er around the candidatures and the boundaries of the existing European boundaries.

    ALW: Chemistry in Britain

    (201) Royal Society of Chemistry, London (1992) . Sample containing about 59658 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    " If public money is put into R & D in chemistry-industry related areas " he added, " then these areas must be defined by the chemical industry " – all too often projects do not cover areas in which the industry is interested.
    The policy paper advocates selective public funding in key areas including biotechnology and life sciences; advanced fundamental knowledge of chemical reactivity and principles of catalysis; reliable synthesis, processing and reprocessing of *structural and functional materials*; and environmental protection.

    The Science and Technology Directorate recently set up a science and technology committee to replace the Cefic R & D committee.

    FY9:

    (202)

    Well how many man hours.
    So try one completely on your own .
    I won't say a word this time.

    CLM: Princes, pastors and people

    (203) Durston, Christopher and Doran, Susan, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1991) , 1-92. Sample containing about 34418 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Most English politicians, on the other hand, seemed confident that Elizabeth would attempt to introduce a Protestant form of worship, although they were unsure whether it would be based on the first or second Edwardian Prayer Book.
    Elizabeth's intentions in 1558 have been no more clear to historians than they were to contemporaries , and have been the subject of much debate and discussion .
    The oldest tradition, which goes back to the contemporary historian John Foxe, claims that the queen and her Protestant councillors had intended to introduce a settlement based on the 1552 Prayer Book, but were later forced to make some concessions in the Catholic direction because of the implacable opposition of the bishops and some of the lay peers in the House of Lords.

    HYR:

    (204)

    ... Any suggestions?
    ... Well what's happening is it the , during the war , right , we 're constraining the computer to estimate , like a single coefficient that is applicable to both war and peacetime er isn't the case , right , ... there is a structural change , right , so when ... when we constrain the computer to estimate the coefficients throughout the whole period , right , the coefficients are biased but if they don't apply either to the post er pre war peacetime sample neither do they er fit very well to the data during the wartime , right , if we allow the intercept to change but we 're getting much better estimates both wartime and peacetime er parameter's okay because we haven't got rid of , we've got rid of that bias , right , in constraining the parameters to fit both wartime and peacetime er time periods .
    Okay, erm on this sheet, I don't think, well we won't go through it now because we've run out of time.

    HDA: [School essays]

    (205) u.p.. Sample containing about 9557 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    We only play during the months of August to May.
    On Wednesdays I train for hockey in the local indoor leisure *center (centre,0.900) * .
    We play on the astroturf at Framlingham College when we can but sometimes we play on the community centre field.

    GYF:

    (206)

    Aha.
    the patches that are causing
    Yeah.

    CL2: Rich

    (207) Bragg, Melvyn, Coronet Books, London (1989) . The life of Richard Burton. Sample containing about 42036 words from a book (domain: arts)

    Even in the streets I could always find him.
    And he was never nasty .
    He 'd just say – " oh, here she is! " and take me in. "

    B77: New Scientist

    (208) IPC Magazines Ltd, London (1991-02-16) . Sample containing about 45363 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    It was found in fresh and instant coffee alike, but not in tea, cocoa, soup, yoghurt or cheese!
    (Nature , vol 301 , p246) .
    Various chemical tests showed that X was not caffeine or morphine, being a much larger molecule.

    K4V: Northern Echo: News and features

    (209) u.p.. Sample containing about 62560 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    The five Moorsbus operators have agreed to accept each other's tickets on services within the park in an effort to encourage greater use of the new services.
    The national park *commission (committee,0.917) * also agreed to support a timetable for all public transport within the park and to help with British Rail's Esk Valley line .
    HUNDREDS of caravanners caught in the middle of a three-year planning row on Teesside have been given new hope.

    HLN: Keesings Contemporary Archives

    (210) Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992) . Sample containing about 53438 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    The technical team also visited Kismayo, Baidoa and Beletuen, speaking with relief workers and other militia leaders.
    Agreement on deployment of UN force
    On Aug. 12 Mohammed Sahnoun (since May the special representative in Somalia of UN Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali) signed an agreement with Gen. Farah Aydid at Bardera.

    GUT: Dynasty 15: The reckoning

    (211) Harrod-Eagles, Cynthia, Warner Books, London (1993) . Sample containing about 38670 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    We wouldn't make enough from the sale even to pay back the capital; but we have to go on paying the interest.
    While our incomes have fallen , all our *expenditures (outgoings,0.976) * have increased .
    Taxes, for instance – they fall most heavily on us landowners.

    FXR:

    (212)

    Proper one?
    this is the original tune , no , this is the original tune .
    La la la la la la la la la la.

    A28: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-04: Foreign news pages

    (213) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 11560 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Rudolf Seiters, the head of the Bonn Chancellery, announcing the move last night, said he expected that 11, 000 East Germans currently in Prague would join the special trains heading west.
    East Germany is obviously reluctant to see a repetition of the situation , especially before the *essential (all-important,0.850) * 40th anniversary on Saturday .
    Mr Seiters said he was convinced a similar solution will be found for the 250 refugees in the embassy in Warsaw.

    CSH: Unigram x

    (214) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 10943 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    There have been well documented delays to SuperSparc and Sun has apparently built two crystals into its Mbus motherboards so that customers can upgrade their processor modules with higher clock-rate parts as they trickle on to the market, without having to dicker with clock timing and synchronisation.
    Sun admits to having shipped *millenaries (thousands,1.000) * of Sparcstation 10 Model 30s with 36MHz SuperSparcs , a number of Model 20s running 33MHz chip sets and some 40MHz Model 41s : all are uni-processors .
    Still awaited are systems with multiple SuperSparc modules, as Texas has yet to deliver the required dual-CPU modules and SunSoft Inc hasn't got its symmetric multi-processing operating system, Solaris 2.1 out of the door yet (UX No 409) .

    A65: Outdoor Action

    (215) Hawker Consumer Publications, London (1991-08) . Sample containing about 34943 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Go diagonally across fourth field to stile in left-hand hedgerow.
    Cross fifth field to prominent gate in hedge (keeping level) .
    Follow right edge of sixth field on defined track to gate in far righthand corner; turn left in seventh field downhill to farm in bottom corner.

    G2Y: Treasure Hunting

    (216) Treasure Hunting Publications, Brentwood, Essex (1991-10) . Sample containing about 28364 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    This followed the same successful formula that proved so popular at the 1990 Newbury Rally.
    Owing to the perfect weather the tables were all taken outside and *sensor (detector,0.871) * users sunbathed on the grass , whilst checking their tokens to see if their number was going to be chosen for a major prize .
    Numbers were quickly drawn and the lucky winners came forward to collect their prize from the manufacturers and dealers who donated them.

    J2L: Romano-British mosaics

    (217) Cookson, Neil Andrew, British Archaeological Reports, UK (1984) , 3-84. Sample containing about 37959 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Indeed, a reasonable case can be made for accepting a date of between 340-370 for this mosaic (if not Wheeler's suggested dates) on the basis of stylistic comparisons with some other pavements with type A arrangements.
    At Whittington Court , the crude mosaic of room 3 was assigned , on stratigraphic criteria , to the period 330-360 (T.B.G.A.S. LXXI , 21) , with an emphasis of 360 rather than 330 .
    The pavement adjacent to the famous mosaic from Low Ham is of comparable quality and inspiration (pI.

    G1G: Power in capitalist society

    (218) Furlong, P, Cox, A and Page, E, Wheatsheaf, London (1986) , 45-191. Sample containing about 45474 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    It is not surprising, either, that the cotton industry of Lancashire should be the first industry to feel the full effects of the application of machinery to production.
    The cotton industry was relatively new compared with the older and more protected and restricted woollen trades and was therefore more open to innovation .
    It also had a cheap supply of raw materials from the slave-based American colonies and required only a radical increase in output for cotton to oust wool from its dominant role in clothing production.

    J6Y: Dispute resolution: expert determination

    (219) Kendall, John, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992) , 1-140. Sample containing about 48301 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    15.9.2 A third category?
    The courts may find it impossible to *categorize (categorise,1.000) * every procedure it is asked to review as either a reference to an expert or an *third_party (arbitrator,1.000) * .
    In Re Carus-Wilson & Greene (1886) 18 QBD 7 at 9, Lord Esher MR said:

    HJH: Her living image

    (220) Rogers, Jane, Faber & Faber Ltd, London (1990) , 55-171. Sample containing about 46429 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Sue asked Clare when she got home.
    " She 'll have to go .
    It's impossible to live in the house. "

    C87: Zzap 64!

    (221) Newspaper Publications, Ludlow, Shropshire (1992-11) . Sample containing about 32964 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    5.
    Go left to the block marked 5 , and carry on the gem on the right-hand side of the screen .
    6.

    AC5: Paper faces

    (222) Anderson, Rachel, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1991) , 1-116. Sample containing about 37671 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    So was Baby brave when he died?
    Or could dying only be brave if you were shot at ?
    " Derek's brave, isn't he? " she said.

    K35: Belfast Telegraph: Foreign news pages

    (223) u.p.. Sample containing about 39397 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    THE GOVERNMENT is expected to provide financial assistance to help protect Sinn Fein advice centres from loyalist attacks.
    Sunday Life has learned that the Northern Ireland Office will stump up taxpayers ' money to the IRA's political wing for the protection of its premises .
    Attacks

    HWD: Family history and local history in England

    (224) Hey, David, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1987) , 46-183. Sample containing about 44043 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Where delays occurred, the chances of an inventory being incomplete were obviously increased; it has been noticed, for instance, that bequests mentioned in wills are sometimes missing from the inventory.
    The appraisers were two, three or four local men appointed by the executors; usually they were friends and neighbours (some of whom were illiterate) , but they often included someone *that (who) * had the reputation of knowing how to do the job.

    They performed their task conscientiously under solemn oath and they placed what they thought was an accurate valuation upon every pot and pan, every piece of furniture, each farm animal and even the manure.

    B7E: New Scientist

    (225) IPC Magazines Ltd, London (1991-02-16) . Sample containing about 14416 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Secondly, the number of breeding places needing treatment is often astronomically high, especially in rural areas.
    In the main , larval control would have to be near perfect in its efficiency and to allow very few adults to survive .
    It might, however, be the method of choice against mosquitoes in urban regions where there may be more houses than breeding places, where there is likely to be opposition to house spraying, and where the breeding places are limited and more easily identified.

    CPM: Computergram international

    (226) u.p.. Sample containing about 9874 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Computer Task Group Inc has reported first quarter net profit down 39.8 % at $ 1m, on turnover that rose 3.1 % to $ 77.9m.
    Net per share fell 41.2 % to $ 0.10 .
    Excalibur Technologies Inc has reported first quarter net losses of $ 7.5m up from losses of $ 3.9m last time, on turnover that rose 61.2 % to $ 7.9m.

    HAY: Atomic Energy Authority News for the Process Industries

    (227) u.p.. Sample containing about 4334 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    improvements in process control;
    improvements in environmental impact ;
    improvements in facilities costs;

    HLG: Keesings Contemporary Archives

    (228) Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992) . Sample containing about 63859 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Formal announcement of Bush candidacy – Unveiling of health plan
    Bush formally announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination on Feb. 12 -- - he had already spent several days informally campaigning in New Hampshire in January -- - to a cheering crowd of supporters in Washington DC .
    He then flew to New Hampshire where he spent the day on the campaign trail attempting to counter the growing challenge of right-wing commentator Pat Buchanan, although he declined to refer directly to his rival.

    F9D: Advertising: what it is and how to do it

    (229) White, R, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Maidenhead (1993) , 44-137. Sample containing about 40765 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    What products can you remember seeing ads for?
    Then (for each product remembered) what did the ad tell you about the product ?
    Can you describe the illustration?

    HMM:

    (230)

    Can you give me some idea of erm ... how you started up with him in the first place?
    Well he bought this slate quarry to scrap it .
    I believe he er didn't give much for the quarry.

    K1R: [Central television news scripts]

    (231) Boileau, John (ed.) , Central TV, Abingdon (1993) . Sample containing about 45357 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure)

    The new kidney, planted in the abdomen, will help her get back on even terms.
    David will have to take 3 months off from his job as a teacher at a local school .
    But he's ready for that.

    A16: Do It Yourself Magazine

    (232) Link House Magazines Ltd, Croydon (1991-09) . Sample containing about 33154 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    It comes complete with all fittings for usual tap-threads, and all you will need is a wrench to tighten it in position to comply with the law – incidentally, a fine of up to £400 can be imposed for non-compliance with the law!
    The C.K. non-return valve is Water Research Council listed and the patented , lock swivel fitting prevents removal , plus giving a kink-free movement to your hose .
    You can pay up to £20 for similar valves butwe are offering the C.K. non-return valve for only £16.95 including VAT and carriage – a small price for such a sensible permanent accessory.

    K53: Northern Echo: Applied Science pages

    (233) u.p.. Sample containing about 1026 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    He says a league table of electrical stores will be produced when all the results of the survey are collated nationally.
    But he did divulge that his own *family (household,0.906) * *electric_refrigerator (fridge,1.000) * is not one of those on the Which recommended list .
    Having only recently regained employment he says he is still too poor to buy one.

    J39: The Environment Digest

    (234) Wright, Martin (ed.) , Environment Publishers Ltd. Sample containing about 12051 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Nuclear Power
    Chernobyl reactor fears
    The Ukrainian environment minister, Yuri Shcherbak, has warned that the concrete shell encasing the damaged Chernobyl nuclear reactor is cracking and that the plant is now " the most dangerous nuclear facility on earth ".

    FLY:

    (235)

    ... That's why it's specialized nursing, because the nurses have to do everything for you.
    The *massagers (physiotherapists,1.000) * ... will come round and they come round regularly and exercise your muscles
    to try and stop them wasting away.

    KD8:

    (236)

    Mm.
    ... And Robert wasn't too bad I don't think .
    No, he was a bit ... bored really.

    HSB: [Unpublished university lecture notes]

    (237) u.p.. Sample containing about 12537 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: natural sciences)

    THE SYNAPSE
    Neurons are not in direct contact with their *neighbors (neighbours,1.000) * ; there are tiny gaps known as synapses between them .
    The action potential stops at the synapse, but its arrival causes the release of a transmitter substance from the neuron which diffuses across the gap.

    EWW: Matrices and engineering dynamics

    (238) Simpson, A and Collar, A R, Ellis Horwood Ltd, Chichester (1987) , 11-195. Sample containing about 40613 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    Having done this, we now require to normalise: we evaluate# and we may then choose our vectors as, for example,#,# and the pair# which we now call#.
    We have now obtained # 1 the vectors # and # , and the auxiliary vectors # and # ; we are therefore in a position to deflate A (see (12) ) by removing all contributions from these quantities .
    The solution is then completed in the usual way.

    A3B: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Focus section

    (239) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 1964 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    By JAMES TYE
    Director-General of the British Safety Council since 1968 and author of several books on safety , he is a leading authority on accident prevention .
    During the last 23 years I have looked at thousands of so-called accidents in many countries.

    EET: Sovereign worldwide

    (240) Sovereign worldwide, Crawley (1989) . Sample containing about 27951 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    LE FLAMBOYANT Belle Mare Beach
    In beautiful native gardens looking out over the magnificent Belle Mare Beach , this new hotel's rooms all overlook the sea .
    Catering for the visitor's every whim, Le Flamboyant has a marvellous range of watersports, entertainment during the evening and big game fishing for those with an adventurous streak.

    HDD:

    (241)

    Have you read it?
    Okay .
    You 'll, you 'll have noticed that er in reading that that it's, it's the part er on er Zeffirelli's erm Jesus of Nazareth that erm ... that is actually ... what we saw on the film is actually what's written here.

    B0N: Citizens' Advice Bureaux

    (242) Citron, Judith, Pluto Press, London (1989) , 37-142. Sample containing about 38124 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Having seen the need for NEAS, the coordinator now sits on the steering committee for the development of the Sunderland Enterprise Centre where NEAS will be one of the business advice services.
    This *center (centre,0.900) * will provide 18 work units as well as help and *advising (counselling,0.958) * for the tenants and others with small business problems , and is the result of local cooperation between the CAB and other agencies , for the benefit of the community .
    Tribunal work and Welfare Rights

    KDH:

    (243)

    Pardon me!
    It's lopsided !
    Yeah!

    ATG: Yugoslavia in crisis

    (244) Lydall, Harold, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1989) , 144-205. Sample containing about 21521 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    (He has since died.)
    According to the London Times (3 November 1987) , at that time more than a hundred party members were under investigation , and scores more had been arrested .
    Meanwhile, the bank accounts of the firm were blocked, its workers were not being paid, thousands of turkeys were dying of starvation, and the whole enterprise was in danger of destruction.

    FCF: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (245) u.p.. Sample containing about 3687 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    225, H.L. (E.)
    M. v. M. (*Children (Minors,0.910) * : Custody Appeal) [ 1987 ] 1 W.L.R. 404 , C.A .
    No additional cases were cited in argument.

    B2W: The Royal Veterinary College London

    (246) Cotchin, Ernest, Barracuda Books Ltd, Buckingham (1990) , 9-76. Sample containing about 36939 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    William Sewell died in the College of pneumonia on 8 June 1853, aged 72, and was buried at Highgate cemetery.
    As a young man, Sewell appeared to some observers to be eccentric and reserved, but at the same time he was looked upon as a steady, *exemplary and attentive apprentice*.

    He was tall, slim and dignified, and showed no anger evenwhen provoked.

    EVJ: Britannica's typesetters

    (247) Reynolds, Sian, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh (1989) , 23-112. Sample containing about 42786 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Those girls are getting from 13s to El a week for producing the Gazette and in London they would have to pay 395 at the lowest to the men who are producing government work, so that the competition is not fair.
    It is no benefit to us that the work is produced in Edinburgh , because we are not getting it .
    We should prefer to see it being done in London so long as it is done by male labour, it is nomatter where.

    K9C: Courtaulds News

    (248) u.p.. Sample containing about 17375 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    But she added: " The people at work think I'm insane and when I showed them the video of the bungee jump it just confirmed their opinion that I'm a lunatic. "
    Cyclists train for marathon
    CYCLING enthusiasts are preparing for their latest challenge – a 100 mile marathon.

    G4K:

    (249)

    F one F one.
    And which of those will load your
    F seven.

    A03: Amnesty

    (250) Amnesty International, London (1991-06) . Sample containing about 19972 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    The detentions followed the formation of an official Patriotic Catholic Association (PCA) , independent of the Church of Rome, intended to bring Catholic affairs under the control of the Chinese Government.
    Fr Jin was released in 1973 , but kept under strict surveillance .
    He was arrested again in December 1981.

    G2M: The National Waterways Museum

    (251) National Waterways Museum, Gloucester (1990) . Sample containing about 6582 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    Administration
    There was a considerable amount of administration for the clerk of a canal company .
    It was his responsibility to keep records of boats which used the canal and of the tolls, the major source of income, charged for carriage of goods along its length.

    K9H: ICI Chemicals & Polymers: Environmental Issues

    (252) u.p.. Sample containing about 6443 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    " So the current appraisal is that the level of mercury in fish presents no significant risk to consumers. "
    Although the levels of mercury in fish in the Mersey is well below the legal limit , industry and the statutory authorities will continue to monitor the situation .
    Vegetables, meat, cereals and fruit all contain mercury but it is fish that provides the most significant input to the human diet.

    AJU: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-10: Foreign news pages

    (253) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 29779 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Geoffrey Reginald Giles was born at Coventry on Dec 17 1936 and educated at Bablake School, Coventry, and Manchester University, where he qualified as a doctor in 1960.
    After junior hospital appointments at the Manchester Royal Infirmary Giles was elected a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1964 .
    He then became registrar at Leeds General Infirmary, before taking up a fellowship at Harvard Medical School, where he did research into organ transplants.

    HKW: Keesings Contemporary Archives

    (254) Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1990) . Sample containing about 42380 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    On July 23 the Army stepped up its offensive in the north, concentrating on the area just south of the Jaffna peninsula; it gained control of Paranthan town on July 24 and, the next day, pushed south and relieved the besieged Army camp at Kilnochchi.
    Discovery of mass grave near Tirrukkovil -- - Alleged LTTE attack on Sinhalese villagers
    On July 22 the security forces discovered a series of mass graves near the village of Tirrukkovil in the east.

    HA1: Underground: the London alternative press

    (255) Fountain, Nigel, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1988) , 1-94. Sample containing about 44358 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    " She was ", suggests Miles, " the last of the va-va-voom types. "
    She was big , well-off , theatrical , and lived above a butcher's *store (shop,0.825) * in Shepherds Market , Mayfair .
    They met to discuss the project.

    EFB: Women and crime

    (256) Heidensohn, F, Macmillan Publishers Ltd, Basingstoke (1985) , 1-109. Sample containing about 39757 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Terry (1970) found that girls were treated more severely than boys in the juvenile court and were far more likely to be institutionalised.
    This seemed to be because courts were shocked both at seeing girls before them and by the fact that they were referred there for incorrigibility and sexual misdemeanours .
    Chesney-Lind (1973) studied a Honolulu juvenile court and also found that sexual misbehaviour by girls was seen as morally outrageous and therefore dealt with more punitively.

    B2T: The reality of partnership

    (257) Clough, Elizabeth , Hedge, R , Gibbs, Bob (eds.) , Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1991) , 65-178. Sample containing about 35394 words from a book (domain: social science)

    And of course it is through an examination of the quality and nature of relationships that the problematics arise.
    Background : the growth of *copartnerships (partnerships,0.846) *
    The national movement for the establishment of Compacts demonstrates some of the problems.

    HBM: [Scotvec (Scottish Vocational Education Council) publications]

    (258) u.p.. Sample containing about 46343 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    Language units have also been developed as part of Higher National Certificates (HNCs) and Higher National Diplomas (HNDs) and these may be offered as free-standing courses as well as contributing to other courses such as business studies and hospitality management.
    SCOTVEC's leaflet , Qualified for Europe , highlights the wide variety of units and courses available which relate to European issues .
    These range from single units certificating work experience to full time courses which emphasise the European context throughout.

    KC3:

    (259)

    That's the one
    Yes his
    that's the one.

    HKL: British Gypsum -- Gyproc cove fixing instructions

    (260) British Gypsum. Sample containing about 891 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    A stop end consists of a pair of external mitres, one of which, the left hand one in the illustration, is wedged shaped having no length along the wall edge.
    Simply cut the appropriate external mitre on a length of cove then cut it off square .
    The ceiling edge will then be 67 mm deep for 100 mm girth cove and 83 mm deep for 127 mm girth cove.

    K97: Liverpool Echo & Daily Post

    (261) Griffith, John (ed.) , Liverpool Daily Post & Echo Ltd, Liverpool (1993) . Sample containing about 337863 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    The top leisure centre was the Watford Springs in Hertfordshire, the best shopping centre the MetroCentre in Gateshead.
    Gatwick was voted best airport and British Airways top airline .
    The best ferry award was shared by P & O European Ferries and the Sealink Stena Line.

    JTB:

    (262)

    Then then okay, two thousand plus.
    And then you've got however many you 're gon na get off the line here between now and
    Well you 're gon na get whatever ...

    EV3: Library provision and curriculum planning

    (263) et al and Best, Ron, British Library Research & Development, UK (1988) , 1-113. Sample containing about 41969 words from a book (domain: social science)

    These include a major conference in July 1982 for representatives from each of the Major Project schools at that date, courses on study skills in fourth-year and fifth-year project work, half-day courses on study skills in relation to science for prospective Major Project schools, and two open courses on effective learning and study skills.
    Clearly , the degree to which these events were focused on specific *program (curriculum,0.976) * areas and on the library project varied .
    The evaluators observed one course which was devoted to showing teachers from prospective Major Project schools a variety of worksheets, project books and software on which they might choose to spend some of their grant, and another in which nationally known figures (Royston McHugh from the Inner London Education Authority (ILEA) and Ron Mitson from the Abraham Moss Centre) sought to inspire a good attendance with the philosophy of a more broadly conceived RBL.

    KS1:

    (264)

    I would suggest we do not need a second read of the discussion, but that can people keep an eye on ..., or try and change what is already there on pollution itself.
    Peter , you 're introducing this on page thirty-six .
    Yes, I think it's totally clear that what we need is a short message, and it's a white paper, and therefore it's inviting a message, so what we really need is a short message to go with the A B C and the government act on the two S P's and I would give an undertaking at this point that it will go under the chief environmental health officers ' name.

    HUJ:

    (265)

    Well it may be of course that that kind of thing has always tended to happen ... gather of society skirmishing goes on and young men are expected to go and find very often ...
    Yeah , yeah , more immediately , but I mean when they 're sort of ... it has ...
    Well then I agree, then I, then I think you do need a fairly sophisticated psychological theory to try and explain er how that could come about.

    CLG: Do It Yourself

    (266) Link House Magazines Ltd, Milton Keynes (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 28632 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    The low-relief pattern is embossed through both layers.
    Anaglypta SupaDurable is even more hard-wearing , made from a *formula (recipe,1.000) * of wood pulp , cotton , china , clay and side , designed for use in more heavily used areas like hallways .
    It has a deeper relief pattern, as has Anaglypta Dado, also designed to take more knocks and bumps in that vulnerable area below a dado rail.

    K3U: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Applied Science pages

    (267) u.p.. Sample containing about 1009 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Yes, Amstrad have stopped making this model.
    However , one of their major local suppliers , B.D.B. , are confident they will be able to help .
    You can contact them at The Waterloo Centre, Waterloo Road, Widnes (tel:.

    A0B: Trouble brewing

    (268) Holder, R, Powers, A, Parissien, S, Langford, N and Gamston, David, CAMRA, St Albans (1991) . Sample containing about 12084 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    A good example of this can be found in the sleep village of Buckland in Oxfordshire!
    The Lamb , a picturesque village pub closed some years ago by Allied , was reopened in 1989 as a free house after an extensive remodelling -- - which involved the complete gutting of the original unexceptional but characterful , partitioned interior .
    Now nothing remains whatsoever of the old fittings, features or proportions; in their place is a vast, open-plan space with bright white walls, bistro furniture and cheery chintz.

    HY7: Russia in the age of reaction and reform 1801-1881

    (269) Saunders, David, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1994) , 173-272. Sample containing about 43678 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    If conservatives could hold the line, they stood a chance of enacting a settlement that suited them.
    The main importance of the rescript , however , lay not in its relatively modest provisions or *acceptableness (acceptability,1.000) * to the various policy-makers in central government , but in the rapidity with which it was circulated and published .
    " The government's open acknowledgement that preparation of a peasant reform was under way ... marked a dividing line in the political behaviour of the absolute monarchy ".

    H89: City of djinns

    (270) Dalrymple, William, HarperCollins, London (1993) . Sample containing about 42700 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    I asked Punjab, who had come up beside me.
    " This khalifa is saying one dead body is coming .
    We must leave the graveyard for an hour. "

    K6L:

    (271)

    They came to Britain penniless.
    Mm .
    But he was a first class tradesman.

    BMC: CD Review

    (272) CD Review Ltd, Berkhamstead (1992-05) , 4-97. Sample containing about 83844 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    The recording places the singers quite close, but there is no lack of ambient warmth: try Encina's bawdy Cucu, cucu (Disc 1, track 17) for a near-perfect way of putting such music on disc.
    [ AJ ]
    " THE VIRTUOSO MANDOLIN "

    FSN: Wedding speeches and toasts

    (273) Lansbury, A, Ward lock (Cassell) , London (1992) , 8-95. Sample containing about 19541 words from a book (domain: arts)

    Gushing speech
    I am deeply honoured to be invited to this *lavish and momentous occasion* by my esteemed friends, Martha and George.

    It is a privilege to pay them this small token of respect.

    ABA: Britain's defence dilemma

    (274) Jackson, General Sir William, B T Batsford Ltd, London (1990) . Sample containing about 38309 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Their influence declined only slowly after the war because British military operations continued around the world as Britain at first struggled to retain her empire, and then, after Suez, fought to bring about a prudent and dignified withdrawal from colonial responsibility.
    By the early 1970s the struggle was over , and the decline in the Chiefs of Staff's activity and influence in national affairs was soon being reflected in the steady drop in the frequency of their meetings .
    This waning of the Chiefs of Staff's influence was caused by the combination of three factors.

    HUC:

    (275)

    Trade unionists did not lose Labour the last election.
    Quite the opposite .
    Once again the trade unions working individually and through the trade unions for Labour pulled out all the stops to try and secure a Labour victory.

    CA9: A coward's chronicles

    (276) Caine, Marti, Century Hutchinson, London (1990) , 1-139. Sample containing about 41306 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    I squelch upstairs to the flat after my half-hour walk, and Kenneth answers the door with his specs on the end of his nose and the now permanent book in his hand.
    He stands in the *outside_door (doorway,0.833) * , forcing me to continue dripping in the hall , and says :
    " Hello.

    G3G: The Fraxilly fracas

    (277) Hill, Douglas, Victor Gollancz Ltd, London (1989) , 8-127. Sample containing about 40291 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Get lost, biscuit -brain, " she said.
    That drew Gharr's gaze .
    " What's this? " he rumbled in that musical baritone.

    CCP: Climber and Hill Walker

    (278) George Outram & Company Ltd, Glasgow (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 28368 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    NANT GWYNANT HORSESHOE
    The Nant Gwynant Horseshoe on Snowdon is like the Dark Side of the Moon to those hillwalkers *that (who) * think only of popular ridges like Tryfan or the Glyders.

    As the lorry braked ferociously in the lonely country road with a hiss of air brakes, and began to career backwards towards my Mini, its reversing lights two angry eyes beaming at me, I began to see that same skyline as the place I most wanted to be.

    B27: [Midland bank leaflets]

    (279) u.p.. Sample containing about 7306 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    A TESSA must be maintained in a sole name only.
    Joint accounts are prohibited .
    You may not open or maintain a TESSA while you are under 18 or while you already maintain another TESSA whether with the same or any other Institution or Society.

    H9F: Political sociology

    (280) Bottomore, Tom, Pluto Press, London (1993) , 12-109. Sample containing about 42131 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Clearly, there is very great diversity, ranging from sporadic protests, riots and rebellions or coups d'état, to the more continuous activities of organized political parties, but most of these phenomena can, I think, be subsumed under two broad categories which I shall refer to as " social movements " and " organized political formations ".
    Since the 1960s, when a number of new social movements – among them the student movement, various *ethnic and national movements*, and the women's movement – became extremely active in political life, agreat deal more attention has been given by sociologists to such forms of political action, which may be seen not only as constituting a basis or context for the development of more highly organized political activities, but also as political forces in their own right, existing alongside and sometimes in conflict with, established parties and pressure groups.

    We may define a social movement, in broad terms, as a collective endeavour to promote or resist change in the society of which it forms part; l but this statement needs to be qualified in some way if we are to retain a clear distinction between a " movement " and a " party ".

    HCH: Edit [alumni magazine]: Issue 1 January 1992

    (281) u.p.. Sample containing about 8873 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    Many can not conceive of a dinner devoid of animal flesh, and steak, turkey, goose, or roast beef remains the orthodox stuff of celebration.
    But still our discomfort grows .
    Retail sales of the quintessential red meats are plummeting, whilst vegetarianism has become a fashionable norm.

    BPJ: Yorkshire Life

    (282) Town & County Magazines, Preston (1992-05) . Sample containing about 18402 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    It probably won't have escaped your attention that all these rivals are German – and it hasn't escaped Mazda's either.
    Hence the rounded Euro-styling , the enhanced build quality and the larger body to distance it from its old Sierra/Cavalier class origins .
    Dealers will be delighted to find that these upmarket pretentions have rubbed off on to some of the more mainstream models in the range.

    FBV: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (283) u.p.. Sample containing about 23062 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Ltd.[ 1960] 2 Q.B. 535;[ 1960] 3 W.L.R. 352;[ 1960] 2 All E.R.
    789
    Willis v. Brooks[ 1947] 1 All E.R.

    B25: Methods of social investigation

    (284) Mann, Peter H, Basil Blackwell Ltd, Oxford (1985) . Sample containing about 39333 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Since books of random numbers contain thousands of sets of figures and one can work up, down, or across, since all is random, there is no problem of running short of numbers.
    It may seem that the above methods are too time-consuming when one could just as well take every *n-th (nth,1.000) * name from the list for one's sample .
    In the case of the ten out of 50 students, why not just think of a number from one to ten and then take every tenth name from there on?

    F7U:

    (285)

    ... Right, so, if I just start on ... isomers across the board.
    ... Now , you must remember , in the link sheet ... make sure you back up whatever you 're getting here .
    Make sure you back it up with the exercises.

    BMY: Natural creation & the formative mind

    (286) Davidson, John, Element Books Ltd, Shaftesbury, Dorset (1991) , 44-141. Sample containing about 40903 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    But the Dyaks only smiled.
    " You are too noisy , they said .
    " You must first become like the forest, a part of the forest dance. "

    FL9:

    (287)

    but you, you've, you build up the strength in yourself and believe that your, your in vulnerable and then to find out that you are vulnerable, it really scary
    yeah I think that's a very good point that , that the fact that you've lost control whether its of your , your own personal safety
    yeah

    FC3: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (288) u.p.. Sample containing about 2772 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    In the Power case Woolf L.J. agreed with Kerr L.J. but left open the question whether there is any difference under section 87 if the successor has resided for 12 months with the deceased tenant in two or more council houses or has resided partly in a council house and partly in private sector accommodation:[ 1987] 1 W.L.R. 1433, 1441H.
    I can see no logical distinction .
    Section 87 requires that the successor shall occupy the council house as his home at the death of the tenant and shall have resided with the tenant during " the period of 12 months ending with the tenant's death. "

    HH6: The Which? book of plumbing and central heating

    (289) Holloway, David, Consumers' Association, London (1992) , 8-95. Sample containing about 43414 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    To make the joint, the nut is screwed on to the fitting using one spanner to turn the nut and another to hold the body of the fitting, making sure the pipe is pushed fully home against the " stop ".
    This can be difficult in a confined space .
    It is important that compression fittings aren't tightened too much or the olive will be distorted and the joint will leak.

    GXE: National Library of Scotland -- newsletter

    (290) u.p.. Sample containing about 9101 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    c
    Ford Prefect , Prostetnic Vogon Jeltz , and Vroomfondel
    d

    G5L:

    (291)

    I think I'm in way more than help but it it does me good.
    Yeah .
    You know, and I I I don't think it's it's

    AT9: Women priests: which way will you vote?

    (292) SPCK, London (1990) . Sample containing about 6845 words of miscellanea (domain: belief and thought)

    The Church of England begins the nineties with:
    1200 women *deaconesses (deacons,0.900) *
    7 women canons

    HV0:

    (293)

    And that
    Michael Jackson's son you know .
    Are you?

    K8V: Coffin in fashion

    (294) Butler, Gwendoline, Fontana Press, London (1990) , 61-221. Sample containing about 41385 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    He hoped you did.
    From the room above he could hear Daisy bursting into vigorous song .
    " Ted did like children and youngsters.

    CE4: Pressed flowers

    (295) Sheen, Joanna, Merehurst Ltd, London (1991) , 20-142. Sample containing about 35497 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    If, for some reason, you have to press some flowers that are not completely dry (and you should only do so in an emergency) , then you must first mop them with some clean paper tissues to soak up any droplets of water.
    Ensure the flowers are as dry as possible before *putting (placing,0.817) * them on the blotting paper , as any remaining moisture will encourage mildew to form and spoil all your efforts .
    Leaves are much hardier and will stand any amount of bad treatment, but having said that don't try pressing damaged or nibbled leaves in the hope that they will look better once they have been pressed because they won't!

    K3P: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Leisure pages

    (296) u.p.. Sample containing about 13516 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Rosemary Conley she of the hip and thigh diet now wants you to Shape Up For Summer.
    And if you leave it until the last minute , so what ?
    You can work out on the beach.

    FTD: Nucleic acids research

    (297) Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) . Sample containing about 14080 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    It is also found that, for the junctions whose phosphates do not resonate at low field, the torsional energy of the B II conformation is uniformly less stable than that of the starting structure.
    Despite this finding , the two classes of junction we have created on the basis of their phosphorus chemical shift can not be clearly distinguished in terms of the energetics of the B I -B II transition .
    However, as we will see in section (iii) , the structural impact of the transition within each class is very different.

    GX4: [LASMO July 1992 -- news releases]

    (298) u.p.. Sample containing about 2581 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: natural sciences)

    Born 1971, Britishutch.
    Currently , in the first year of an Advanced Solo Studies Course at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama .
    Been a member of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, the European Community Youth Orchestra and played as an " extra " with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in the UK, Germany and Spain.

    KPP:

    (299)

    Oh yeah.
    That's the plot. ... ... the secret's out. ...
    Turn it on.

    H55:

    (300)

    Right.
    Right Carol ? ...
    Anything else I have to ...?

    JYD: Ungoverned passion

    (301) Holland, Sarah, Mills & Boon, Richmond, Surrey (1993) . Sample containing about 55849 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " That first day you came to work for me, you were shaking with it when I untied your pony-tail and ran my fingers through your hair. "
    " Oh , God ... ! she groaned , blushing like mad and lowering her head to hide her face in his chest .
    " Darling, I can assure you I was watching you like a hawk for any sign of it, " he said, kissing her bent head.

    A1N: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-02: Sport section

    (302) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 14770 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    The only redeeming feature of a goalless, worthless event at Stamford Bridge was that it did not require a grant.
    Yet the Chelsea manager , Bobby Campbell , and Arsenal *help (assistant,0.897) * , Theo Foley , agreed it had been a good match , and the spectators ' complaints were muted .
    Some even applauded the players at the end.

    HAT: The Gusher

    (303) u.p.. Sample containing about 3463 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    Carr: Well, I think a " Keener " price is probably the wrong way to put it.
    I think we have gone in at a very *reasonable (sensible,0.921) * price , and I am sure the other contractors did .
    The important thing is that this contract is incentive based, and the incentive for us is to achieve the productivity.

    B1M: [Health promotion and education leaflets]

    (304) u.p.. Sample containing about 12096 words of miscellanea (domain: natural sciences)

    CAN ANYTHING BE DONE TO PREVENT SOMEONE ELSE GETTING IT?
    No , apart from vaccines there is no known way to protect against meningitis .
    However, only very close family contacts of the patient are at an increased risk of contracting the disease.

    G11: Making cocoa for Kingsley Amis

    (305) Cope, Wendy, Faber & Faber Ltd, London (1986) , 13-69. Sample containing about 6234 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Strugnell's entry for the Arvonbserver Poetry Competition 1980.
    The competition was judged by Ted Hughes , Philip Larkin , Seamus Heaney and Charles Causley .
    God tried to teach Mouse how to sing.

    H09: Across the low meadow

    (306) Church, D and Gowers, E S, Christine Swift Bookshop, UK (1979) , 1-89. Sample containing about 36524 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    We find in 1891, a report of the first game played on the Institute ground,
    " The cricket ground recently acquired by the Institute , is in fairly good order , and the first cricket match played thereon , took place on Sat .
    June 13th.

    A64: One step backwards, two steps forward

    (307) Pethybridge, Roger, Clarendon Press, Oxford (1990) , 22-144. Sample containing about 42467 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Lenin decreed the taking of hostages from villages along the rebels " line of march and instructed local party leaders to " cut down at the root " any evidence of sympathy with the rebels on the part of the population.
    Repercussions of these disturbances came to the attention of foreign relief workers .
    In April 1922 an ARA representative complained to Eiduk that the local Soviet plenipotentiary's assistant had arrested five of his Russian employees in the Pugachev district of the Samara guberniia.

    FYE:

    (308)

    eighteen ninety seven, in's yard which was at in Derbyshire.
    And what what caused your move to you to move to Nottingham ?
    Well Dad ... he did some drinking.

    HT9: Paper and the environment

    (309) Tesco stores ltd. Sample containing about 584 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    In 1988, Britain consumed over 9 million tons of paper.
    Most of this was " new paper from trees -- - over 100 million of them .
    Although more trees were planted than were chopped down, this high consumption causes several problems:

    C9M: Guitarist

    (310) Music Maker Publications, Ely, Cambs (1992-08/1993-01) . Sample containing about 60473 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    The neck features a volute behind the nut in order to maximise strength at this infamous weak spot, although I suspect that this is done more in the service of art than anything else, maintaining as it does a classic line.
    Maple has a much tighter grain than mahogany and breakages are consequently far less common , so whether a *bull_neck (neck,0.958) * like this needs further strengthening is debatable .
    Tuning heads are by Sperzel, the keys being finished in an attractive, satin-finished steel.

    KB1:

    (311)

    and er
    come in dark yard .
    And I thought and it's light out there.

    CHX: Rhyme stew

    (312) Dahl, Roald, Penguin Group, London (1990) . Sample containing about 7684 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    At midnight, Ali made his way
    To London , which he knew quite well ,
    And thence into the Ritz Hotel.

    HF2: 65, `Dafydd', miner, Interviewee

    (313) Treasurer of the Ffestiniog slate dispute., male

    The extension is bigger than the original house.
    We 're not saying that that er has been done er through all the cheap channels ... I don't blame him probably do the same .
    But he wasn't saying that he was getting eighteen thousand a year from Ffestiniog slate alone as a director's bonus and he's a director of the other quarries aswell.

    G09: The crooked scythe

    (314) Evans, George E, Faber & Faber Ltd, London (1993) , 35-189. Sample containing about 43074 words from a book (domain: social science)

    " With it, " as Caleb Howe stated, " you could cut your corn high.
    You couldn't do that with the scythe .
    It was light enough for a woman to use; the scythe was a different matter.

    JYC: Out of the storm

    (315) George, Catherine, Mills & Boon, Richmond, Surrey (1991) . Sample containing about 54713 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Thank you.
    There's only instant , I'm afraid .
    I 'll take it in when I make a start.

    K73:

    (316)

    the, the minimum necessary
    my Lord then all, what, then, was not restricting competition because the people you have excluded are not people *that (who) * would be in the market in any event, you are already saying we've got the level of the, the, the hurdle, the wall or the barrier to such a low level that anybody *that (who) *'s outside it, it is simply not a competitor, we've got everybody in the market *that (who) * could conceivably deserve to be there, but there's no restriction, no you maybe excluding criminals or fraudsters for a, until they've been ... rehabilitated, er and you 're excluding people *that (who) * simply do not deserve to be there as competitors at all, but no capability of right to compete and that's why there is no restriction, everybody is in the charm circle *that (who) * wants to be there and is capable of competing and that's what the commission are trying to get the rules down to, making sure that no one is outside of the wall *that (who) * should be inside of the wall and that's why of course at the end of the day they can give their clearances, there's no restriction.

    ... My Lord I, I hope that you

    FP0: The brooch of azure midnight

    (317) Gay, A, Orbit, London (1993) , 259-384. Sample containing about 42383 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    The skin of his face was weathered to an even, ruddy tan, not dark.
    And not blue .
    His eyes were Celanese, almond-shaped, liquid brown with tiny thread-veins, and fringed by black lashes that were almost feminine in their length.

    FYB:

    (318)

    Right.
    ... Thank you .
    That's very helpful, erm I mean obviously, we've yet to decide who's going to do the research, and who's going to do all the considering.

    G1M: Lucifer rising

    (319) Mortimore, J and Lane, A, Doctor who books, London (1993) , 111-248. Sample containing about 41423 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    So long, with no results.
    The situation on Earth was desperate , we all knew that .
    We had to succeed. "

    J55: Peter Grimes: Gloriana

    (320) Britten, Benjamin, John Calder Ltd, UK (1983) , 7-69. Sample containing about 15960 words from a book (domain: arts)

    Only the complete work turns up new ground.
    But if the Piper operas and , in another way , the Church Parables , are special categories within Britten's chorus of operas -- - what about the rest of his output , which contains his better-known creations ?
    They are all " Act and Scene " operas – their librettos organised along familiar lines, those analogous to the partitioning of dramatic action usual on the non-musical stage, where soliloquy, dialogue, ensemble, and purely mimed material add up to a whole dramatic structure.

    B7N: New Scientist

    (321) IPC Magazines Ltd, London (1991-02-16) . Sample containing about 42952 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    The numbers are the rank correlation coefficients.
    Zero is random ; one represents a perfect fit .
    The increasing correlation in the mid-1970s is clear.

    K1E: [Central television news scripts]

    (322) u.p.. Sample containing about 46525 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure)

    Read in studio
    A pub *landlady (landlord,1.000) * in Oxford has been charged with allowing his customers to smoke cannabis on his premises .
    Kenneth Siret, who has run the Carpenters Arms in Nelson Street for 12 years, was arrested along with eleven other people.

    K6D:

    (323)

    But the doctor's stopped carrying out smear tests only a week ago.
    Seven hundred and forty four women , patients at this surgery in Gateshead are being recalled for new smear tests .
    Four have yet to be traced.

    HD6: [Creative writing by schoolgirls: prose and verse]

    (324) u.p.. Sample containing about 11134 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: imaginative)

    HAGAR
    It is the best day of my life .
    I am with my son in Egypt.

    BM5: Autocar and Motor

    (325) Haymarket Magazines Ltd, Teddington, Middlesex (1990-10-10; 1990-03-1) . Sample containing about 33641 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    McLaren boss Ron Dennis was closeted in private discussions with Renault's Bernard Dudot only hours after Berger's victory.
    Dennis's desire to retain McLaren's lucrative Shell contract in the face of Renault's close links with Elf still looks likely to scupper any deal .
    McLaren well receive continued supplies of Honda engines for testing purposes through to the end of the year.

    KM5:

    (326)

    Yes, Okay, you have, one.
    Right that's just determined to the level at which I can go at this stage then .
    Don't worry if you've not been told, it's very new, and the managers actually over this week and last week have been before the Group Managers effectively having the last bits of training done and workshops before we really launch it to the field.

    HB2: BPXpress

    (327) British Petroleum plc. Sample containing about 28905 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Booth made his remarks during a " networking " visit to Norway with BPX colleagues, chief petroleum engineer Michael Knowles and chief reservoir engineer Andrew Mackenzie.
    The successful completion of the planned Gyda extended-reach well would be a major achievement for BP Norway and every effort was being made to tap into whatever experience was available , inside and outside the company , on a global basis , he added .
    Michael Knowles saw BPN's greatest challenge as one of maintaining production and increasing reserves volumes, while bringing down development costs.

    KLY:

    (328)

    Barry Sealsworth on the aerospace industries.
    Henry leading work on safety in the offshore industries .
    Lindon Harrisson's work tackling the problems our young people face and the ongoing work of David Martin to democratize the European Community institutions.

    GX6: Pipeline

    (329) u.p.. Sample containing about 7352 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: natural sciences)

    Martin Scott, managing director Central Region, presented the awards.
    He praised LASMO Pakistan for its achievements in the last year , especially the successful gas negotiations on the Kadanwari field [ see page 2 ] and the *copartnership (partnership,0.846) * with Shell in Block 36 , Northern Pakistan .
    The evening was organised by Maria Isabel assisted by Veronica Rodrigues, Rupert Kidd's secretary.

    CS9: Unigram x

    (330) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 7960 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    The new NFS should eliminate performance bottlenecks which have restricted performance on Sun Sparcsystems.
    The paper reports the protocol works well on systems with up to four CPUs , though when it will roll into the Solaris operating system isn't known .
    Reportedly there are continuing internal struggles between Sun's hardware unit – which wants the new NFS as soon as possible for its next generation multi-processing servers – and SunSoft, which has already promised multi-threading for NFS, but wants the new features to be part of Solaris 2.1 or higher, and 2.1 isn't expected until mid-1993.

    HTA: Recycling and the environment

    (331) Tesco stores ltd. Sample containing about 856 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    Hundreds of accidents to children and thousands of deaths of animals are caused every year by thoughtlessly discarded waste.
    Litter
    A lot of what we throw away has been made from raw materials which are not renewable.

    HF1:

    (332)

    ... In sport reds blushes speedy chops forest down ... And preparing to take America by storm.
    Two businessmen have just completed an epic journey *that (which) * has taken them across the English Channel in a microlight aircraft.

    They took up flying for a hobby and say all you need is courage and a taste for adventure.

    GUP: Dead meat

    (333) Barnes, Trevor, New English Library, Sevenoaks (1991) , 79-194. Sample containing about 41950 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    The partnership had agreed to give him leave of absence for the foreseeable future, so, David reasoned, he might as well enjoy it.
    But he would need to maintain the impression that he was a lawyer *that (who) * had disintegrated under the strain and was doing his utmost to recover as soon as possible.

    He thought of the girl he had met by the side of the pool in Cyprus, Laura Benson.

    HYY:

    (334)

    Corporate hospitality to be seen to be involved and to win awards.
    Now my view is that I think rather like your comment on Christian ... doing *rock_concerts (concerts,1.000) * , Scottish Amicable er Standard Life ... Scottish Hydro , Scottish Power , Scottish Nuclear ... I don't necessarily see it as making ... ... influence to make a decision to make a purchase or to recommend a purchase to the third party in another part of Scotland
    Right

    FC6: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (335) u.p.. Sample containing about 12722 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    A.G. v. Secretary of State for Trade and Industry[ 1975] A.C. 295, he held that, since the council was engaged in law enforcement duties, he had a discretion whether ornot to require the council to give an undertaking in damages as a prerequisite of the grant of an interlocutory injunction, and he decided to exercise that discretion against requiring such an undertaking.
    As a result of Mervyn Davies J.'s decision not to require an undertaking in damages , many other local councils sought and obtained interlocutory injunctions on the same terms restraining Sunday trading by retail stores .
    By the time that the present case had reached the Court of Appeal, as many as 100 injunctions had been granted by judges of the Chancery Division, following the approach of Mervyn Davies J. By that time, too, the decision of the European Court of Justice in the Torfaen case had been followed by its decisions in the Conforama and Marchandise cases; and it was the contention of the council that the approach of the court in the former case, upon which Wickes relied, had been tacitly abandoned by the court in the latter two cases.

    ALY: Glimpses of Chiswick's place in history

    (336) Roe, William P, Alwyn Press, London (1990) , 5-103. Sample containing about 36266 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    The economic effects of the 1929 Wall Street collapse was still very evident in 1932, and in September 1932, Britain suspended payments in gold.
    By the end of that year , twelve other countries had followed that arrangement , so the United States of America also took its dollar off the gold standard .
    Over the Irish Sea, an Irish Republican who had been born in New York, U.S.A. – and therefore, legally an American citizen – Eamon De Valera, became President of the Irish Free State.

    CTW: Wealth and society in early 16th century England

    (337) Cornwall, J C K, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1988) , 7-115. Sample containing about 40821 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Certainly there is no corroboration of the contemporary belief that mining engendered poverty.
    What does emerge beyond dispute is the primacy of large-scale cloth making as the great national industry and byfar the most important export, leaving the rest more or less nowhere, as attested by the massive wealth of many clothiers and the prosperity – albeit a brittle one – of the workers in the major textile districts: high earnings in Suffolk and Gloucestershire at least resulting in a disposable surplus of income *that (which) * not infrequently enabled artificers to accumulate sufficient goods for assessment, in contrast to agricultural labourers, who seldom had anything but their wages to be taxed on.

    THE CLERGY

    K4D: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: News and features

    (338) u.p.. Sample containing about 7048 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    The 44-year-old star watched little Christina battle for life after an operation for a hole in her heart.
    Thankfully , the operation was successful , but the star has never forgotten the impact it on his life .
    And he says the experience brought him and his wife closer together.

    EVX: Mind and brain

    (339) Honderich, Ted, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1990) , 13-89. Sample containing about 36693 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    What we have will suffice as it stands.
    It does indeed distinguish yesterday and last night from the other *case (instance,0.810) * of constant conjunction , the solar conditions and last night .
    The solar conditions but not yesterday count as causal circumstance for last night.

    ALE: Small is beautiful in education too

    (340) Morris, John G, The Arkleton Trust, Langholm, Dumfriesshire (1981) , 1-17. Sample containing about 6280 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    It attempts, in some measure, to meet the learning needs of people of different ages and interests.
    2
    It attempts to heighten local awareness of cultural heritage.

    FR7: Evolution and present state of the ocean bill of lading

    (341) Kozolchyk, Boris, u.p.. Sample containing about 23324 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    According to the Justinian Digest, ocean carriers, among others, were distrusted by their clients, and this distrust resulted in strict liability for delivery.
    The ocean carrier in the Roman receptum nautae was liable to his consignee to deliver the goods at the end of the journey in the same condition as delivered to him by the *consigner (consignor,1.000) * , even if the damage occurred without the carrier's fault .
    The ocean carrier, therefore, was deemed to warrant to the consignor safe transport and delivery and could avoid liability only if he proved that something in the nature of force majeure had intervened.

    K9M: What's Cooking

    (342) u.p.. Sample containing about 5304 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    She is a graduate of Ealing Hotel School.
    FESTIVE FEASTS
    Setting up the mince pies for Christmas at the National Rivers Authority are:

    K6M:

    (343)

    A shilling a week you know you had to pay out.
    But anyway as I said , Ni Bevan put that through .
    He was greater than Attlee.

    FEE: The L-shaped room

    (344) Banks, Lynne Reid, Penguin Group, London (1987) , 98-206. Sample containing about 45473 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    I found out later Sonia had done it for her.
    The girls got on better with her than any of the rest of us did .
    Still, she was in a very good mood that day.

    HLP: Keesings Contemporary Archives

    (345) Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992) . Sample containing about 60953 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Gen. Wojciech Jaruzelski, Poland's last communist leader (from 1981, and Lech Walesa's predecessor as President, stepping down in December 1990) , appeared on Sept. 22 before the Constitutional Accountability Committee, together with 13 communist ex-leaders, on criminal charges over the imposition of martial law in 1981.
    The Confederation for an Independent Poland (KPN) had submitted that there were no constitutional grounds for introducing martial law .
    Jaruzelski took responsibility for the act, but repeated his assertion that martial law had prevented the greater evil of an invasion by the Soviet Union.

    FDY: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (346) u.p.. Sample containing about 6164 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    23, C.A.
    Saunders v. Edwards [ 1987 ] 1 W.L.R. 1116 ; [ 1987 ] 2 All E.R .
    651, C.A.

    CPC: Computergram international

    (347) u.p.. Sample containing about 8998 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    O'Connell says the company was proud to say that it had won Posix-compliance and it now hopes to gain Xpen's XPG branding.
    The third benefit of object-oriented software , O'Connell claims , is that ACT can respond quickly to changing market conditions at minimal cost .
    Momentum, he says, will be able to conform to new standards coming onto the market as well as take advantage of any new technology, such as cheaper and faster hardware or more sophisticated system software, especially relational databases.

    HJT: Research Defence Society

    (348) u.p.. Sample containing about 764 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    Applications for membership must be signed by two referees, who should be either members of the Society or professional colleagues of the applicant.
    The referees must have personal knowledge of the applicant and consider that he or she supports the aims of the Society .
    The Council of the Research Defence Society reserves absolute discretion as to who shall be elected to membership.# chosen line 6213 among 7878 in HJ5.txt as 349 th sample (file 349)
    If you wish to make a visit please contact my colleague[ contact] who will arrange for you to be accompanied.
    vi)
    Audit Files

    J5D: World peace

    (349) Greenpeace. ... Sample containing about 470 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs)

    Foreword
    In his introduction to the epic report, North-South, Willy Brandt recalled an African leader *that (who) * had invited his Commission to " contribute to the development of worldwide moral values ".

    Each further discussion of issues about hunger, the environment, freedom and peace emphasises again how none of them can be approached in isolation.

    HNP: Idols

    (350) Romer, Stephen, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1986) , 1-48. Sample containing about 5937 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    with attention to rain on the skylight
    which tells you what you are ;
    then you know

    EBM: An introduction to administrative law

    (351) Cane, P, Oxford University Press, New York (1992) . Sample containing about 39146 words from a book (domain: social science)

    This is the " constitutive " use of certiorari.
    And , of course , unless an applicant with standing applies in time for certiorari and the court exercises its discretion in the applicant's *favor (favour,0.871) * , the decision , though wrong , will remain valid forever .
    Decisions affected by non-jurisdictional error of law are sometimes called " voidable " as opposed to " void ".

    J6T: Drafting commercial agreements

    (352) Christou, Richard, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993) , 1-86. Sample containing about 40855 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    This has already been discussed when considering s 3 of the UCTA.
    Thus one could contract to pass a restricted title , or whatever title one has in the goods .
    This is envisaged by SGA 1979, s 12 (3) , although even here SGA 1979, s 12 (4) and (5) imply a warranty that the seller has disclosed known encumbrances, and warranties promising no disturbance of quiet possession by the seller or the person on whose behalf he is selling, or by third parties claiming through them (except by reasonof an encumbrance disclosed to the buyer) .

    G5G:

    (353)

    Very briefly to move on to the further thing now, What about myself as your prospective candidate?
    What can i offer you ?
    Apart from believing in it and wanting to do it?

    FBN: Practical Fishkeeping

    (354) EMAP Pursuit Publishing Ltd, Peterborough, Cambs (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 52613 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    As the big fish's friend
    Newswatch
    Fishkeeping was once again nonsensed by the tabloid press as nearly every paper found the story of fish bites cat irresistible.

    AK9: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-12: Foreign news pages

    (355) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 40731 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    But it takes a supreme act of faith to believe that everything will be ready on time.
    The basic structures of several *marquees (pavilions,1.000) * have yet to be completed and the biggest universal exposition ever mounted still bears more than a passing resemblance to a building site -- - albeit a very *colorful (colourful,1.000) * one .
    Nevertheless an heroic effort is being made to lick Expo into shape before Easter Monday.

    HGK: Dark sunlight

    (356) Wilson, Patricia, Mills & Boon, Richmond, Surrey (1993) . Sample containing about 60715 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Adiós, then.
    I will see you both in two days time .
    Outside, Mitch let his breath out in a long sigh of relief.

    E9R: The East Anglian

    (357) East Anglian Daily Times Company, Ipswich (1993-03) . Sample containing about 25252 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Setting aside land adjacent to or linking existing areas of high quality habitat, 20 metres wide.
    Must have green cover .
    1 metre can be left bare against crop to control weed (2 metres in the case of seed crops) .

    HUN:

    (358)

    But they will experience those feelings, because human nature is not at either of these extreme points, it's neither erm, perfectly good, nor perfectly bad, it's a, it's a mixture of both, and consequently, although you can improve the world, for it doesn't deny you can improve the world, or make it worse, of course.
    To think that you could bring about a utopia , and perfect *human_being (human,0.956) * nature in one way or another , is really a wildly er , optimistic and er , is in itself , er , some kind of illusion .
    Well, at that point I will end what I have to say for today, and er, carry on with this next week.

    JN8:

    (359)

    They don't know how useful it would be but anyway, they said there, there's, it's a slightly odd event because it's actually going to be just in the Civic Centre, and er, and kind of tacking on some workshops and things, so I'm going to help her with workshops and have a display stand and so on but other than that, we've not really got any direct input into it, because it is very much, sort of, you know, this is how you do business in France, these are the financial problems, type of thing.
    It's just a good workshop , ... yes
    Which I was for shying off anyway, because I don't think it's any of our, our business.

    JK6:

    (360)

    Stop talking, Patrick.
    Stop talking Patrick .
    Right, so ... afternoon is the feeding of the five thousand.

    J89: Language and Literature Volume 1 No

    (361) Simpson, Paul, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993) , 47-65. 1 1992. Sample containing about 6876 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    However, only one explicit signal is provided in the form of " finally " (sentence (h) ) and yet the sentence which it governs does not constitute the last of the story.
    Indeed , much of the benefit of this type of comparative stylistics is that it foregrounds the discrepancies between the students ' and the original versions , thereby highlighting the peculiar characteristics of the latter .
    4.2 Natural narrative

    FT5: British Medical Journal

    (362) British Medical Association, London (1981-19-19) , 1-852. Sample containing about 39785 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    High dose ascorbic acid can cause haemolysis in glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency.
    The use of high dose ascorbic acid (vitamin *STANDARD_TEMPERATURE (C,0.855) *) has been advocated for a wide range of ailments for years .
    Such treatments are generally thought to have few adverse effects and are often self administered.

    KM0:

    (363)

    There, they gave tests and examined me.
    They could not find nothing wrong for why I was so ill .
    The doctors firstly thought I had food poisoning.

    KR1:

    (364)

    yes, talk normally, just talk normally, right come on
    what , are you doing it now ?
    Yes, just shut up ... just talk normally okay ...

    BM9: Britain's deaf heritage

    (365) Jackson, Peter, British Deaf Association, Haddington, E. Lothian (1990) , 67-265. Sample containing about 33408 words from a book (domain: social science)

    These statistics were probably available to Dr. Alexander Graham Bell when he raised the spectre of a " deaf variety of the human race ".
    The Growth of Deaf Missions and Associations .
    The founding, and the success, of the first five adult organisations for the deaf in Britain at Glasgow, Edinburgh, London (St. Saviours) , Manchester and Leeds prompted many deaf people in other parts of the country to seek the same sort of opportunities for themselves.

    B1T: Images of youth

    (366) Hendrick, Harry, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1990) , 157-259. Sample containing about 31159 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The " unprecedented advance of machine technique " (in common with other developments in production) seemed to be altering the nature of " work " itself as it made more complex and numerous demands on labour.
    With this in mind, in advocating the " New Apprenticeship ", Bray warned of the dangers of " monotony " in the workshop *that (which) *, he said, was hostile to industrial wisdom:

    Unless there is a well-trained intelligence to begin with, the continual performance of a single task will reduce the man to the level of a machine ... the employer does not want a mere machine ...

    KDF:

    (367)

    Eh!
    No , that one's yours , but you've got to wait .
    Let's put your pram away first.

    HLM: Keesings Contemporary Archives

    (368) Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992) . Sample containing about 60429 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Boutros-Ghali's recommendations
    The crisis in Somalia became one issue in strained relations between the UN Secretariat , under Boutros-Ghali , and the UN Security Council , especially its five permanent members .
    In written recommendations presented on July 24 Boutros-Ghali proposed a significant strengthening of the UN operation in Somalia, with a UN presence to be established throughout the country.

    KSS:

    (369)

    I wasn't brought up mum
    Granddad didn't use slang because he were Norfolk man .
    I wasn't brought up having ...

    CT0: Unigram x

    (370) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 11043 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    The office of chief operating officer that OSF created a few months ago has been abolished.
    The *office-bearer (incumbent,1.000) * is now off in hot pursuit of government funding for the much-enlarged interoperability *laboratory (lab,0.872) * , see above .
    NOVELL TAKES GRADIENT LICENSING SOFTWARE

    EAY: Ronald Reagan and the American presidency

    (371) Mervin, David, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1990) , 12-24. Sample containing about 41562 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    These remarks it should be noted were directed specifically at the Republican Congressional leadership by the man with the primary responsibility for persuading congress to accept the president's domestic programme.
    In their efforts to master Congress, presidents have normally given a high priority to working through their party's legislative leaders, but it is clear that an *productive and amicable relationship* with such leaders was not established during the Nixon years.

    It has been argued also that if the president and the Congress are to work well together, each branch must respect the other's legitimacy and competence; however, Nixon and his aides made no pretence of granting that much to the legislature.

    K45: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Leisure pages

    (372) u.p.. Sample containing about 25042 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Whatever was supposed to be wrong had never hindered Rosenthal's career, and it seemed the real reason for Udinese's calling off the transfer – they signed Argentinian striker Abel Balbo instead – was the level of anti-semitism in the town.
    Fists fly for fun in town pageant
    Ray Kelly

    A3W: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-09: Home news pages

    (373) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 13113 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    " What worries me most is the effect of the cuts following Rayner on the overall accuracy of government statistics. "
    The Rayner Review *said (stated,0.816) * : Particular attention needs to be paid to all information collected or costs incurred primarily to meet demands outside central government ... in general there is no more reason for govermment to act as universal provider in the statistical field than in any other .
    Information should not be collected primarily for publication.

    D94:

    (374)

    Mm.
    Wanted me to .
    Well we 'll do that, I see what see says any rate on Monday.

    C97: Practical Fishkeeping

    (375) EMAP Pursuit Publishing Ltd, Peterborough, Cambs (1992-09, 1992-11, 199) . Sample containing about 44524 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    This will interfere with the bird's flight-path.
    If you have one of these in your garden , then you have problems .
    Once they've found an easy supply of fish, Herons will soon wipe out the contents of your ponds.

    JXU: Castle of desire

    (376) Heywood, Sally, Mills & Boon, Richmond, Surrey (1991) . Sample containing about 58490 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " I suppose it's difficult for you to stop acting.
    Just as I can never stop competing .
    It's ingrained in us ... "

    KA4: Campus

    (377) Stirling University. Sample containing about 9491 words of a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Study in Midlothian had shown a 33 % loss, East Lothian a 23 % loss and Bedfordshire in England had shown a remarkable 82 % loss of ponds over the last century.
    This study of the ponds in Central *Part (Region,0.899) * was undertaken by Dr Olivia Lassiere at the University of Stirling .
    The first phase of her project was to study Ordnance Survey maps published from 1896 onwards, to compare the numbers of ponds in existence in the last century with those present today.

    FP7: Conjure me

    (378) Curtis, J, Corgi Books, London (1993) , 203-331. Sample containing about 41837 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Sophie could hear the anger in his voice.
    " Enough's enough , he said .
    " This bastard stuck a knife into me. "

    HLR: Keesings Contemporary Archives

    (379) Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992) . Sample containing about 63983 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    His appointment was dismissed by the ANC as a " sham ", although in a seemingly contradictory statement ANC president Nelson Mandela described it as an " encouraging step ".
    On Nov. 19 the government dismissed as unfounded all the evidence of a military plot to *infamy (discredit,1.000) * the ANC .
    Judge Goldstone was himself the subject of harsh criticism from a number of senior government figures for making " wild suggestions ".

    J3K: The Environment Digest

    (380) Wright, Martin (ed.) , Environment Publishers Ltd. Sample containing about 11807 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    The report also mentions poorly designed and inefficiently used dust yards as a major source of secondary emissions into the atmosphere.
    PAP news agency (BBC Summary of World Broadcasts) 10 August
    Pollution: Air

    H49:

    (381)

    Pushed.
    Yeah .
    Er and I believe the meetings take place in Newark, which is not too bad for me to ... to get to er so I think ... ...

    A15: Climber and Hill Walker

    (382) George Outram & Company Ltd, Glasgow (1991-08) . Sample containing about 30722 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Although, as I've said, you can not expect to find anything easy here, it is worth a visit.
    It's a beautiful valley and if nothing else you can get a close look at some ridiculous overhanging walls decorated with *thin (lean,0.942) * supermen (and women) swinging around on one finger .
    The cautionary phase here is watch where you 're putting your feet.

    H0N: Nietzsche on tragedy

    (383) Silk, M S and Stern, J P, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1981) , 1-104. Sample containing about 41777 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    For the decisive reassertion of these claims, we must wait for Nietzsche, Wagner's young friend and admirer who, like Wagner himself, had the deepest respect for Schopenhauer's ideas, but, unlike the composer, also possessed the capacity to reappraise those ideas and challenge them.
    GERMAN HELLENISM
    The German preoccupation with the theory of tragedy is bound up with a more general German admiration for Greece, to which we have alluded already.

    ARA: Stopping crime starts with you

    (384) Northern Ireland Office, Belfast, 1-42. Sample containing about 9272 words of miscellanea (domain: social science)

    The thief is on the look out for an easy opportunity and if you leave chemicals, feedstuffs or hand-tools in unlocked sheds or outhouses, you 're giving a criminal an open invitation.
    FARMING EQUIPMENT
    Tractors, harvesters, balers, even small equipment such as handtools – they are all valuable, and the thief knows it!

    FAS: The other country

    (385) Duffy, C A, Anvil Poetry Press, London (1990) , 7-55. Sample containing about 8341 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Three gravediggers, two minutes
    of silence in the wind .
    Black

    FMN:

    (386)

    How do you say excluding this land from the greenbelt is contrary to that development control policy?
    Well , E N V Three is basically a damage limitation exercise , and I think that erm the qualities of this area are so great that er it would be ... ... impossible to *imagine (envisage,0.905) * ...
    So if I

    H0M: Money

    (387) Amis, Martin, Penguin Group, London (1985) , 91-202. Sample containing about 43275 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Wait.
    Take those off and put these on .
    " She gave you that book, didn't she. "

    KNT:

    (388)

    Erm, could you wait for him here, ... erm, who are you working with on computer?
    I don't know yet .
    Oh, see if anyone wants to work with me today.# chosen line 1200 among 2187 in H61.txt as 390 th sample (file 390)
    ... ... you sure can.
    You can even replace, search and replace.
    Search for the word append. ...

    K9F: ICI Chemicals & Polymers: Environmental Issues

    (389) u.p.. Sample containing about 5307 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    This must be in everyone's interest.
    After all , it is you and me who end up paying .
    Multi-million pound programme improves performance for Merseyside

    ASH: Today's Horse

    (390) Aceville Publications Ltd, Colchester, Essex (1991-19-19) . Sample containing about 23751 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    From that time on he improved in leaps and bounds and eventually, after about seven months, I started gingerly walking him around the small paddock next to his box with a bridle and a lunge rein threaded through his bit and over his head.
    He was careful at first but he soon started to leap about and dash off in all directions .
    I then started lungeing him and within a few months I rode him out at walk: a very difficult task.

    G4S: `J

    (391) Hammond', interviewer, female

    Erm ... tell me about these assemblies in the school.
    What do you do ?
    We've been feeling for some time that our children are feeling that they've been left alone, because er when they come to the temple they are too young to understand anything which is being explained from the stage, because er the speakers, or the preachers, have to cater for all the age groups and normally it's for the, those who understand, already understand about Sikhism.

    CL8: Computergram international

    (392) u.p.. Sample containing about 9100 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Stock options are not much use as incentives if the price at which they are exercisable is dauntingly out of reach, so IBM Corp is offering a new stock option plan for mid-to-senior level executives – chairman Louis Gerstner offered the plan due to concern " about keeping managers at IBM and motivated ": the plan is aimed at the tier of about 1, 200 managers just below the most senior level, will offer new options for old ones that were exercisable at prices ranging from $ 89 to $ 169; the new options are exercisable at $ 47.88, and managers will have to swap anywhere from 2.5 to 10 old options for one new one, depending on the original option price; the options are exercisable after two years and the price must rise 50 % above the $ 47.88 level to $ 71.82 and stay there for 30 days; only 50 % of the options can be exercised the first year, and 25 % for each year after, but the terms do not look particularly attractive.
    Digital Equipment Corp yesterday unveiled the DECpc MTE line of two 80486-based personal computers , starting at $ 2 , 650 and $ 3 , 100 : they include a 32-bit EISA bus and VESA VL bus and are claimed to be the highest-performance 80486 machines available ; they are Pentium-upgradable and offers a PCMCIA peripheral card option for data sharing with portable computers having PCMCIA .
    Sources at Compagnie des Machines Bull SA say that, in the multi-annual plan, chief executive Bernard Pache is likely to outline further potential partnerships and cost-cutting measures, adding that despite the tough tone, it is difficult to imagine that the new government will refuse all further financing for Bull, letting it run the risk of receivership and the dumping of 30, 000 workers, at a time when France's biggest concern is retaining and creating new jobs.

    FAE: Living space in fact and fiction

    (393) Tristram, P, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1989) , 1-69. Sample containing about 41103 words from a book (domain: arts)

    Mr Lyle had his critics, who realized – as seems evident to us – that his prescription would not resolve the problems of industrial England.
    His views are taken to task by Lancelot , the hero of Kingsley's Yeast (1848) : " It may suit the Mr Lyles of this age ... to make the people constantly and visibly comprehend that property is their protector and their friend , but I question whether it will suit the people themselves , unless they can make property understand that it owes them something more definite than protection .
    Kingsley has some sympathy with Lord Vieuxbois, his representative of Disraeli's group, the Young Englanders, but he also has sympathy with Lord Minchampstead, whose views resemble those of Mrs Gaskell's industrialist, Robert Thornton, in North and South (1855) .

    K6V:

    (394)

    yes
    Okay , the acetate page markers , erm , I was once asked erm , by a gentleman on the *program (programme,0.876) * , where I thought , no where he , he said to me , where d'you think I should put the today marker ?
    And unfortunately, I told him in graphic detail, and thereby ofcourse, lost a contract, because he turned out to be the most senior person in the room, and he did not enjoy being humiliated in that way.

    KDE:

    (395)

    Wh-, what's he talking for.
    Well he's talking to the good man , isn't he. ...
    He say.

    G2V: She

    (396) The National Magazine Company Ltd, London (1989-10) . Sample containing about 70724 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Not so I. I'm a natural.
    A natural beginner .
    And never more so than recently in Switzerland on holiday with Jack, and friends Julia and Gerry.

    JAD:

    (397)

    Yeah, yeah.
    So overall it's only about five hectares .
    Five thank you.

    HHA: Only two can share

    (398) Murray, Annabel, Mills & Boon, Richmond, Surrey (1993) . Sample containing about 52558 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    She would not cry, she told herself fiercely.
    She wouldn't shed tears over that ... that brute .
    He didn't deserve her love – he was utterly hateful.

    CPX: Computergram international

    (399) u.p.. Sample containing about 8826 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Sun Microsystems Computer Corp and Oracle Corp say that under the Transaction Processing Performance Council Benchmark A the eight-processor model of Sun Microsystems ' new Sparcserver 1000 under Oracle7 Co-operative Server delivered 400.80 transactions a second for price-performance of $ 5, 987 a tpsA.
    US RADIO SLOTS TO BE AUCTIONED
    The US House Energy & Commerce Committee has approved the bill that would allow the federal government to auction licences for parts of the radio spectrum, generating as much as $ 7, 000m revenues.

    EEM: Science and religion

    (400) Brooke, J H, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1993) , 16-116. Sample containing about 34245 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    Despite expressing a willingness to reconstrue Scripture if the earth's motion were proved, Bellarmine would not relent.
    We have already seen how Galileo argued, on theological grounds, for the differentiation of *theological and scientific propositions*, and how he created difficulties for himself in the process.

    In order to complete his case he had to challenge this deference to a patristic consensus – which he did by observing that the church fathers had taken the motion of the sun for granted because the alternative had not, in that era, been laid before them.

    EBV: The Art Newspaper

    (401) Umberto Allemandi & Company, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 68981 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Anyone considering the venue a rather incongruous one for startling political imagery and prototype " vehicles " for those with and without power in society (the police on one side, immigrants and the homeless on the other) , has obviously not got the message the Fundació has aimed to get across since it opened exactly two years ago: that it is not justabout Tàpies, but has a wider and more challenging agenda.
    First established as a concept by the Catalan artist in 1984 when he announced that he would be donating 300 paintings and 3000 graphic works to the city of Barcelona , the Fundació was the subject of protracted negotiations with the local autonomous government and the Ministry of Culture in Madrid , which finally resulted in a handsome level of funding for building in which to house them .
    Assisted by his younger son Miquel Tàpies and Manuel J. Borja-Villel (respectively executive and curatorial directors) , Tàpies ' blueprint has become an innovative institution with international links.

    AKG: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-13: News and features

    (402) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 701 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Prices in Greece and Portugal are also up to 40 per cent lower than in the rest of Europe.
    High-price , low-bulk pharmaceuticals are ideal for moving from cheap to expensive markets and , under Commmunity rules , manufacturers are powerless to intervene .
    Mr Lumley said parallel trade had become so great that eight in 10 High Street chemists in Britain regularly dispensed drugs made in Britain, exported to France, say, and re-imported for sale to NHS patients.

    A4F: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-11: Business section

    (403) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 12628 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    According to John Wriglesworth, analyst with UBS-Phillips & Drew: " Just as 1989 was the year of the Abbey National flotation, 1990 will be the year of the building society takeover.
    " An agreed takeover is the most *reasonable (sensible,0.921) * option for many of the medium-sized societies , by which he means those ranked 4th to 35th .
    " They 're too big to be niche players and too small to be low-cost producers. "

    FXT:

    (404)

    For competitive rates and reliable service call on Nottingham.
    ... past *noon (midday,0.810) * .
    There's going to be an open arm wrestling competition at the public house in Chilwell tomorrow.

    F7Y:

    (405)

    Well I think everybody would, that had had their privacy ... erupted like ... they had been because they 'd been a small community ... for ... well through the years you see ... and for strangers to come in, I think it applies ... in every place that you go to, new places, you know ... that are built up ... after it just being a little country village people do resent you ... but I think now that they, they are ... really ... erm ... accepting us for the fact that we have brought things that they would never have had ... had the new town not been er ... ..., you know started here.
    So have you always lived in this house ?
    Yes.

    G2R: [Vale of White Horse District Council: official leaflets]

    (406) u.p.. Sample containing about 3278 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    But we will only win if you vote for us on 3rd May.
    27 Horwood Close Headington
    Dear Elector,

    JNN:

    (407)

    Well Peter I'm sorry but the notice only said once, ... Winston is meant to lead us into that I'm sorry.
    Right I'm sorry .
    Winston Churchill.

    A9M: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-11: Foreign news pages

    (408) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 11697 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Mr Gorbachev was immediately supported and Mr Melnikov wound up apologising.
    Mr Gorbachev also had a sharp message for the Lithuanian party , which is planning to break away from the Soviet Communist party .
    " We regard the CPSU[ Soviet party] as a consolidating, uniting force, " he said, " as the guarantor of this Soviet land, of the protection and increase of its power, and of the strengthening of its international authority. "

    CKC: Santorini

    (409) MacLean, Alistair, Fontana Press, London (1987) , 7-136. Sample containing about 42696 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    He gazed in unwilling fascination at the blazing, smoking plane, now directly abeam and at an altitude of under a thousand feet.
    " What a damnable , awful thing .
    " Aye, it's not nice. "

    G5H:

    (410)

    So one of the challenges ... is to be ale to show that there is something different about those of us who are Christians.
    Something that other people can see , something that other people like in us .
    Something that other people can be encouraged to live up to.

    A40: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-09: Sport section

    (411) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 14112 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    He can not possibly have played better despite tiring in the second half of a patchy but exciting final.
    On Friday he played the match of his life to beat the defending champion , Jahangir Khan , in five games , and at 6-0 up in the *last (final,0.948) * game on Saturday he was not far from becoming the first player to beat both Khans in the same tournament .
    Dittmar is now likely to face either Jansher or Jahangir again in the world team championships which start in Singapore today.

    AJ6: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-07: Foreign news pages

    (412) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 24148 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    For Malawi to be democratic, I am prepared to die. "
    In the 1970s, Mr Chihana spent seven years in prison as one of thousands of prisoners of conscience *that (who) * were picked up by the regime but were never charged.

    Opponents lucky enough to escape Malawi to live in exile have sometimes been hunted down and assassinated or abducted by Malawian agents in Zambia or Zimbabwe.

    KJU: Albert Gunter: sermon

    (413) Sample containing about 5359 words speech recorded in public context

    It was in that sense one of the strangest interviews that anybody ever had with Jesus.
    Not only is the a ..., the account here of a, a death bed conversion, but the one *that (who) * is saving is also in the process of dying.

    Jesus had had many interviews with people, we've looked at some of them over these past few weeks.

    A80: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-11-08: Sport section

    (414) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 10608 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Little proceeded to recruit some impressive names for a total outlay of £58, 000.
    Frank Gray , Sunderland's former Scottish international , was appointed player-coach .
    Soon after came David Cork, an inventive inside-forward once with Arsenal and Huddersfield, and York's Kevan Smith, who two years earlier had played with Coventry.

    AAJ: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-22: Business section

    (415) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 7356 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    Until crippled economies are rebuilt everything will be very brittle.
    OECD says rate rise may be needed to defend pound .
    By Larry Elliott Economics Correspondent

    K27: [Central television news scripts]

    (416) Boileau, John (ed.) , Central TV, Abingdon (1993) . Sample containing about 44477 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure)

    Almost half local journeys are by bicycle, since the scheme began 16 years ago.
    In part three of The Road Ahead we ask could it happen here ?
    Read in studio

    HR1: The architecture of Europe 650-1550

    (417) Yarwood, Doreen, BT Batsford Ltd, London (1992) , 1-161. Sample containing about 45206 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Some, like parts of Germany, Italy and Spain, felt an affinity with Romanesque building.
    The style expressed their mood and artistic ideas and they clung to it well into the *13th (thirteenth,1.000) * *quattrocento (century,0.995) * .
    Others, like England, Flanders, Northern France and the Baltic region adapted quickly.

    A33: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-06: Sport pages

    (418) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 13231 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    One sub-explanation is that there were not enough cameras and technicians to go round; though, as I say, the Gloucester v Bath match was recorded.
    Next season the RU and the BBC must serve the fans better .
    Having said this, I go on to welcome the show.

    FBH: Community development journal

    (419) Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993-07) , 199-287. Sample containing about 30448 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    An obvious source for Mozambique is South African reparation; a post-apartheid South Africa will, however, probably have neither the funds nor necessarily the political will to pay.
    Aid to health is likely to remain a low priority , although institutions *so_much (such,1.000) * as the World Bank are now recognizing the social cost of their policies .
    In Mozambique, the economic rehabilitation plan (acronym PRE) has now become the social and economic rehabilitation plan (PRES) .

    CBM: Ulster Newsletter

    (420) Century Newspapers Ltd, Belfast (1991-11-05) . Sample containing about 16888 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    " He's far from a definite runner.
    I'm not all that keen on the race because he prefers a flatter track .
    " I want to wait until I know more about the likely opposition.

    HD5: [Academic essay on communications theory and linguistics]

    (421) u.p. (n.d.) , 3-16. Sample containing about 5151 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    Language has developed as a sign system – one of the ways in which humans communicate and make sense of the world around them.
    The objects or concepts referred to are known as signs or the *meant (signified,0.921) * , while the words (written or spoken) are called signifiers .
    The links between sound, language and meaning can be complex and sometimes apparently arbitrary.

    GYA:

    (422)

    ... spot of, of ... er when?
    For the blood test you mean ?
    Yeah.

    HT3: Let E

    (423) Eastern Electricity. T. safeguard your future. Sample containing about 617 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    Now you can have different temperatures in every part of your home when you want them.
    It's simplicity itself to operate and unlike gas , oil or solid fuel installations , Total Heating with Central Control causes the *skeleton (minimum,0.950) * of fuss and mess when it's installed .
    There's no complicated system of motorised controlled valves – just state of the art technology.

    CCY: Do It Yourself Magazine

    (424) Link House Magazines Ltd, Croydon (1992-19-19) , 4-70. Sample containing about 26220 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    This is the only planer we have tested so far that gives instructions on grinding cutter blades and overall user-servicing (including the replacement of carbon brushes) .
    The tradesman expects heavy use from his machinery , and will replace brushes himself to save on down time .
    Whilst it is always advisable to have a power tool regularly serviced, including safety checks, we did like this practical information to save the d-i-yer unnecessary costs.

    AL3: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-17: Leisure pages

    (425) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 39092 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Declaration and double forfeiture invited Cambridge University to score 280, with the whole day at their disposal.
    Shortly after *business_lunch (lunch,1.000) * they had been reduced to 57 for eight .
    Nigel Briers, the Leicestershire captain, thereafter persevered with his slow bowlers, Peter Hepworth and Laurie Potter, and the remaining two wickets put on 89 runs.

    FT1: British Medical Journal

    (426) British Medical Association, London (1977-19-19) , 3-574. Sample containing about 46226 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    Newcastle: " If it doesn't work here, it can't work anywhere "
    Newcastle upon Tyne , a city of 273 000 people and regional capital of the north east , starts off with several advantages for community care .
    Some are structural – the health authority, family health services authority, and local authority are coterminous – while others stem from tradition and a strong sense of community.

    HAN: Scotch whisky

    (427) u.p.. Sample containing about 1362 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    Over the past three years
    taxes on spirits rose by 14 %
    consumption is set to fall by 14 %

    B2D: Odour nuisances and their control

    (428) Artis, Denise, Shaw & Sons Ltd, London (1984) , 1-118. Sample containing about 29909 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Once again a distinction must be made between an " odorant " defined earlier as " any chemical compound which stimulates the olfactory sense " and an " odour " being a sensation of smell.
    Instrumental *analytic (analytical,1.000) * techniques *so_much (such,1.000) * as gas chromatography combined with mass spectrometry can separate , identify and measure the concentrations of the major components of an odorant , though even this is fraught with difficulty as odorous gases from a rendering plant for example have been known to contain more than 30 components .
    What instrumental techniques can not do is evaluate the sensory attributes of an odour, in particular its acceptability, nor can they compete with the human nose as far as sensitivity to most odours is concerned.

    HX4: Hotel, Catering & Institutional Management Association

    (429) u.p.. Sample containing about 32091 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    The structures must be able to withstand bad weather, including gale force winds, ensuring there is no distracting and perhaps alarming flapping of canvas on windy days, which is particularly important if a PA system is to be used.
    *Big (Large,0.991) * umbrellas offer high visibility and are often branded .
    They are mainly seen in pub gardens and street cafes on the continent to offer shade and add colour.

    HBT: Becoming an actuary

    (430) u.p.. Sample containing about 2502 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    Making forecasts in this and other areas is the actuary's stock-in-trade for the profession is essentially concerned with what may happen in the future rather than balancing the books of the past.
    As one might expect , there are heavy responsibilities involved in making decisions about the future and it is not easy to become an *surveyor (actuary,1.000) * .
    However this also accounts for the small size of the profession – there are at least 2000 qualified actuaries in the United Kingdom – and it's relatively high status.

    AT3: Wheelbarrow across the Sahara

    (431) Howard, Geoffrey, Alan Sutton Publishing Ltd, Gloucester (1990) , 12-91. Sample containing about 39748 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    At dawn, with Adrar thirteen miles away, I set off to reach its safety without the wheelbarrow, using a six foot pole as a staff.
    The lads would stay put and do their washing , though one of them would drive into town at lunch-time and bring me back if I had not already managed to get a lift back myself .
    They wanted it that way in order to save making and breaking camp.

    KGX:

    (432)

    So Mr Mayor, for completely different reasons than the council have er I will be urging my group to vote against this amendment and to support a subsequent amendment which will take the budget down even further.
    Thank you .
    Councillor ... wishes to speak.

    HEP:

    (433)

    If you buy a certain level support from Sun Microsystems, they will ship you an application which is built using Gain Multimedia.
    And that application is a self teaching way to use a ... Sun Unix workstation .
    Traditionally if you buy a ... unix workstation and you turn it on out of the box, look at the screen and you 'll see a percent sign.

    G02: Cathedral

    (434) Maitland, I, Headline Book Publishing plc, London (1993) , 199-341. Sample containing about 41687 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    I'm falling downstairs, crashing, rolling.
    Colliding with Pa .
    Going down.

    H4S:

    (435)

    A wee look in this side, see if you need to ... That one's beautiful.
    We've got that one completely clear .
    But the resin off that, that other side's terrible.

    K4H: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Business section

    (436) u.p.. Sample containing about 11858 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    Within hours of the sudden announcement talks began in Dundee between the American owned watchmaker and local union officials.
    Some of the sacked workers were delighted at news of the departure , saying it removed a major obstacle to settling the bitter five-month row .
    But Gavin Laird, general secretary of the Amalgamated Engineering and Electrical Union, said only a miracle could prevent the plant's closure.

    HPP: [Spokes: unpublished letters & articles]

    (437) u.p.. Sample containing about 43325 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    It is obvious that large volumes of private cars use the Park roads but I was surprised at the extent of this, as revealed by the Traffic Survey – nearly 20, 000 vehicles a day.
    What concerns me is that the vast majority are not coming to enjoy the Park but are using the roads as convenient thoroughfares .
    In effect the Park has become part of the city's road network.

    G5M:

    (438)

    Yeah.
    the civil action is concerned ?
    Erm even no second inquest, nothing.

    K33: Belfast Telegraph: Applied Science pages

    (439) u.p.. Sample containing about 524 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    THE highest tides this century may hit the southwest of England next week, tidal forecasters have warned.
    Producers of the Admiralty Tide Tables say the moon , sun and Earth should move in line on the night of September 17 .
    This combination means tides could leap from a level of nearly five metres to over six metres and flooding could occur.# chosen line 271 among 351 in CPR.txt as 442 th sample (file 442)
    Communication Intelligence Corp, Redwood Shores, California has filed with the Securities & Exchange Commission to offer 3m shares, 2.7m of them new, to raise an indicated $ 10.75m, which the manufacturer of components for pen-based computers says it plans to use for working capital and its proposed joint venture in China.
    Underwriters to the issue are Daiwa Securities America Inc and Van Kasper & Co.
    Computer 2000 AG, Munich computer distributor says it plans to raise the equivalent of $ 3.2m with a two-for-nine rights issue at 430 marks a share.

    ACA: The masks of death

    (440) Cecil, Robert, The Book Guild Ltd, Lewes, East Sussex (1991) . Sample containing about 30791 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    What a delightful reflection for you and your dear wife that you should have been instrumental in contributing to the loveliness of the celestial kingdom, and that your beloved infant should be an additional star in diadem of Jesus!
    I can not pursue the thought , but just give the hint for your commiseration .
    A modern mind may well feel that even the hint was too much.

    EEH: Consumer and commercial law

    (441) Goodge, R , Cranston, R (eds.) , Oxford University Press, New York (1993) , 1-339. Sample containing about 21942 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Act 13 of 1989 Regarding the conversion of Enterprises and Companies
    The purpose of this Act is to set up a legal framework for the conversion of units of the planned economy into companies and a conversion of one company into another form of company and mergers between *so_much (such,1.000) * companies .
    Units of the centrally planned national economy existed in many forms as they were set up by ministries, " centres of production ", and directorates of production and were managed either on the basis of the responsibility of a single individual, namely a state-appointed director, or (particularly from and after the 1956 Revolution) by workers ' councils or a council of deputies elected by the whole work-force of the enterprise.

    H4P:

    (442)

    You will be getting very cold weather
    Aha .
    during the winter here.

    HK8: [Tesco guide to low and no alcohol]

    (443) Tesco stores ltd. Sample containing about 1950 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    Not more than 0.9 % vol
    Carlton L.A. 4 x 330ml
    A fully brewed quality lager, the alcohol is then reduced by the latest technology process of distillation under reduced pressure.

    ANT: National liberation

    (444) Harris, Nigel, I B Tauris & Company Ltd, London (1990) , 1-100. Sample containing about 38684 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Eighth Congress of the Russian Communist Party (Bolshevik)
    The Left , as we have seen , believed that the October revolution had once and for all buried the national issue .
    Proletarian power now superseded the unfinished business of the bourgeois period of history.

    HUD:

    (445)

    But this victimization against some members of this union is not an act ... it's not an act of a modern trade union leader.
    It is an act of lunacy .
    Congress, both I and the London Region urge you to oppose this new rule A five and all the boilermakers as well.

    A0U: So very English

    (446) Rowe, Martha (ed.) , Serpent's Tail, London (1990) . Sample containing about 36950 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    He turned up at the dance studio in a pair of very skimpy tight shorts and observing that everyone else was very white and wore towelling track suits, and seeingthat he was very tall and very naked, got nervous so went for a walk and smoked a joint.
    Then he came back and did the class .
    " How did it go? "

    GUE: Calypso's Island

    (447) Ash, Rosalie, Mills & Boon, Richmond, Surrey (1993) , 7-181. Sample containing about 48151 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    In Maltese folklore, cursing the moon is invariably ill-advised.
    Sure enough , a tragedy of supernatural strangeness followed .
    The couple vanished, only to be found weeks later in Ghar Hasan. "

    J13: Payback

    (448) James, Russell, Victor Gollancz Ltd, London (1993) . Sample containing about 44607 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    If I want to break a lock on someone's front door, I can think of three ways.
    One is I pick it -- - for which I need the right jiggler .
    Two is I break a pane of glass, reach through and turn the knob.

    J5L: [Fund-raising tandem trek sponsor form]

    (449) BDAFSA. Sample containing about 263 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: world affairs)

    Unit 22, The Ivories, Northampton Street, London N1 2HX
    Anthony and Maggie Barker will set off from Glasgow on 30 March on their 10-day , 700-mile cycle ride .
    The BDAFSA is the national affiliate in Britain of the International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa.

    FBU: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (450) u.p.. Sample containing about 4931 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    She was advised that formal evidence would have to be called in order for her to form an opinion under section 7 (5) of the Act of 1976 asto whether the defendant should be remanded in custody or on bail on the same or more stringent conditions, and that accordingly the hearing would in effect be a trial and would require to be heard before at least two justices.
    She thereupon remanded the defendant in custody pending the determination of the section 7 (5) proceedings by two or more justices on the next *workings (working,1.000) * day .
    On the defendant's subsequent appearance, the justices held they had no jurisdiction to hear the matter and released the defendant on the same bail conditions as before.

    K95: The house of the red slayer

    (451) Harding, Paul, Headline Book Publishing plc, London (1992) , 67-224. Sample containing about 46396 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " We beg thee, Michael the Archangel, " he intoned the final prayer, " to take the soul of this our brother. "
    He paused .
    What could he call him?

    C9E: Golf Monthly

    (452) Specialist & Leisure Magazines Group, London (1991-02, 1992-11) . Sample containing about 30402 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Winning the 1991 Belgian Open.
    Which newspaper do you read ?
    In Sweden I read the Expressen and in America I usually read USA Today.

    A0H: Gliding safety

    (453) Piggott, Derek, A & C Black (Publishers) Ltd, London (1991) , pp 9-91. Sample containing about 40241 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    By the time that you have battled against the wind to get there, you may find that it has some hazard that you could not see from a distance, and then there may be no other good field within reach.
    Do not waste valuable height trying to fathom out how to get down in an unsuitable field .
    Discard it if it has awkward wires or some other hazard on the approach, and choose another field.

    HCK: Edit [alumni magazine] Issue 3

    (454) u.p. (n.d.) , 12-34. Sample containing about 7349 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    On the energy efficiency front, expensive internal stair light bulbs at Pollock Halls of Residence have been replaced with more cost-effective compact fluorescent 2D lamps, paying for themselves in 17 months; a 95 % efficiency condensing boiler has been installed at High School Yards in placeof a traditional boiler with only 60-65 % efficiency; in the Main Library 5, 000 obsolete light fittings have been renewed by half that number with improved light levels.
    The Centre for Human Ecology , with its origins in the late C.H. Waddington's " School of the Man-Made Future of the 1960s and a long history of promoting environmental awareness within the University , today finds itself at the hub of current ideology .
    Its " alternative " views are no longer peripheral, but at the core of common concern for the environment and the University's action programme.

    ECE: Health and health care in later life

    (455) Victor, C, Open University Press, Milton Keynes (1991) , 14-156. Sample containing about 45568 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The percentage classed as home owners is projected to increase to 60 percent by the year 2000.
    Young elderly will illustrate a higher rate of home ownership than the older elderly .
    One reason for the interest in rates of home ownership among the older age groups is the potential of realizing the asset and using it to pay for care.

    ANR: Napoleon III

    (456) Smith, William H C, Collins & Brown Ltd, London (1991) , 6-104. Sample containing about 39062 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    In fairness it should be added that for the female guests the question of rooms was as much an affair of space as of rank, since many arrived with anything up to 25 pieces of luggage, clear proof that at Compiègne, unlike Fontainebleau, style played a primary role.
    By chance a list of dresses taken by Mme Moulton to Compiègne has survived and it gives a very good idea of what was expected to be worn .
    The desire to outshine others provoked extravagance, such as that shown by a Marquise who wrote to a friend: " I have been invited to Compiègne for a week so I have sold a mill! "

    EWS:

    (457)

    Company is authorised to handle secret material.
    International Next day service to Canada .
    FEC currently fly 10 % of the world's Falcons, and as well as being a scheduled airline are engaged in several other aviation orientated enterprises.

    AJV: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-11: Arts section

    (458) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 21418 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    QED.
    The last sentence of this book reads : " We are truly meant to be here .
    It is the only wholly unscientific statement in an otherwise wholly scientific book.

    F8R:

    (459)

    Now if ... ... this side, the list on this side erm represents the ... sort of essential characteristics of a Marxist political party, and if that's a reasonable er summary, and people might want to take issue with it ... argue that these aren't the essential characteristics, that there are other essential characteristics or one other important er characteristic which I've ignored, but if these are, down this side, the essential characteristics of a Marxist party then Mao's Communist Party in the late nineteen thirties can not, it seems to me, by any stretch of the imagination qualify.
    The Chinese Communist Party of the late nineteen thirties is a completely different kind of political organization to what had existed in mid nineteen twenties. ...
    Is that a good thing? ...

    H4N:

    (460)

    Nothing like that?
    ... green. ...
    Green stuff?

    HSX: Alex -- advanced OCR

    (461) Southdata Ltd.. Sample containing about 311 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    Achieve exceptionally high accuracies – better than 99.98 % in some tests;
    Read reasonably clean documents at about 20 characters per second (exclusive of training) ;
    Recognise a large number of different Fonts on the same page;

    G3J: Heat and dust

    (462) Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer, Futura Publications Ltd, UK (1988) . Sample containing about 43542 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Transfer of licences
    (1) A licensing board may , on an application made to the board in that behalf , transfer to a new tenant or occupant of any licensed premises the licence then subsisting in respect of those premises .
    (2) A licensing board may, on an application made to it in that behalf by: (a) the executors, representatives or disponees of any person who held a licence inrespect of premises situated within the area of the board and who has died before the expiry of the licence; or (b) the trustee, judicial factor or curator bonis of any person holding such a licence who has become bankrupt, insolvent or incapable before the expiry of the licence; transfer the licence to the applicant if the applicant is in possession of the premises.

    CES: Undertaken with love

    (463) Spottiswoode, Jane, Robert Hale Ltd, London (1991) , 13-122. Sample containing about 39407 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    Their house was in one of the most beautiful imaginable positions above the Mawddach river valley and with truly panoramic views in all directions.
    They were deeply fond of Nigel and he of them .
    A similar relationship existed in the case of the cats and was equally important.

    EAS: [New Oxford English Dictionary development]

    (464) Fletcher, Ewen (ed.) , Oxford University Press, Oxford (1987) . Sample containing about 3772 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    This document has been prepared by the Project Team.
    It is as comprehensive as is possible at the present time .
    The requirements may well be modified as detailed work and discussion proceed.

    CRD: Engineers, managers and politicians

    (465) Hannah, Leslie, Macmillan Publishers Ltd, Basingstoke (1993) , Middle-122. Sample containing about 39281 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    Such phrases were a fashion of the time and sufficiently vague to be meaningless as a guide on any serious policy matter.
    Sceptics might feel that they betrayed a lack of informed thought on the issue of objectives ; and certainly a good deal of the time of the economic planners , the Treasury , the Ministry and the industry over the following decades was to be devoted to the search for more meaningful objectives and standards of performance to supplement these minimal statutory requirements .
    At the time, however, they were accepted (indeed assiduously pored over and frequently quoted by Citrine and others) as embodying two widely-approved aspirations: firstly, a general desire to spread the benefits of cheap electricity widely (with the " public interest " implicitly seen as overriding the tyranny of the profit-and-loss account) ; and secondly (but not entirely consistently) the view that these economic objectives should be pursued not through political or civil service channels but by the " business " board of a public corporation with some genuine independence.

    HM2:

    (466)

    Otherwise it tends to make the whole picture, like, I went to er ... er one club once and there was a very nice portrait, not unlike this, there was a girl sitting on a stool, rather less clothes on than this girl has got ... and it was very nicely done except she was sitting on a painted stool and all the paint was chipped and that to me looked really tacky!
    And I thought ah , you know
    they 're, went to all that trouble to produce a good photograph, and absolutely ruined it with the stool.

    A2U: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-06: Arts section

    (467) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 5708 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    His foil, Mercutio, is given both lightness and intelligence by Paul McCleary, poring over a table to evoke the tiny fairyland of Queen Mab before shaping the speech outwards as she roams abroad.
    Romeo has none of his friend's worldliness , and one of Timothy Welton's best moments in the part is the animal way he leans and pushes at Richard Hague's Benvolio in trying to do dying Tybalt further hurt ; another is his early gaucheness approaching Juliet .
    While the best thing about the lovers is the way they convey adolescent awkwardness towards eachother, their sexual excitement is less marked and both underplay the eloquence of their ecstatic speeches.

    CG0: China's students

    (468) Cherrington, Ruth, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1991) , 51-131. Sample containing about 35836 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    The regulations were intended to prevent the sort of scenes witnessed in Shanghai which had been broadcast across the world.
    They failed .
    The students were enraged at these new rules and on 29 December a crowd of between two and three thousand from several Beijing campuses openly defied the authorities by holding a demonstration in the university quarter.

    KP0:

    (469)

    It's like obvious.
    The three survivors were pulled clear as the er in the , in the moment before the vehicle exploded into a ball of *fire (flame,0.995) * . ...
    He gave me a fucking bad ticket the bastard.

    AJ5: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-07: News and features

    (470) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 3366 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    The school secretary was looking for other jobs to supplement her pay packet, there wasn't enough money in the budget to pay for the books to teach the new curriculum, tests for seven-year-olds were bringing their own problems.
    But this , as we all know , is fiction .
    Jim Eldridge, the writer, used to be a teacher.

    A2M: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-05: Foreign news pages

    (471) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 9951 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Mr Baker's comments yesterday implied that the US government would be prepared to use its troops to back a Panamanian coup, but not this coup.
    This is , in itself , a shift in the US position .
    Washington had previously stated that the 12, 000 American troops in Panama would be used only to defend the Canal and themselves.

    H4H:

    (472)

    and ... ...
    Okay .
    Yeah.

    FR6: Jane Eyre: Oxford Bookworms edition

    (473) Oxford University Press, Oxford (1990) , 1-101. Sample containing about 33390 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Is there a little girl called Jane Eyre here? "
    " Yes , I answered , and was helped out of the *manager (coach,0.847) * with my luggage .
    Tired and confused after the journey, I followed the servant into a large building, where she left me in a sitting-room.

    CSG: Unigram x

    (474) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 11043 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Rivals like Clarify, it says, are over the top at $ 5, 000 a seat.
    Others , it says , force you to buy more than one module to achieve the same effect as you get with CustomerQ alone .
    Quintus is aiming its product at the high-tech and software industry and hardware and software managers inside end-user organisations.

    J9M:

    (475)

    You will carry back to your electorate and tell them why it wasn't there.
    Do you want Dovelands put back ? ... cos Dovelands didn't come on this year either and this is a a *double_bind (dilemma,1.000) * that will face us all .
    I'm delighted it it's a Conservative erm ... er ... er erm amendment ... that I think is agreed by all the council.

    A06: So you want to be an actor?

    (476) Rendle, Adrian, A & C Black (Publishers) Ltd, London (1991) , 5-107. Sample containing about 36590 words from a book (domain: arts)

    Have you had that experience recently?
    P.S .
    I had an alarming reading for an Agatha Christie film where I was given several sheets of script to sight read without any logical link up in the scenes being read and no-one to read with, except an office assistant who couldn't read dialogue.

    AKW: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-16: Applied Science pages

    (477) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 585 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    Cancer link to halogen lamps
    By Christine McGourty , Technology Correspondent
    PROTECTIVE covers should be mandatory on halogen lamps to prevent users contracting skin cancer, researchers say today.

    A7A: Bury the dead

    (478) Carter, Peter, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1986) . Sample containing about 36722 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Don't do that, Helga, " Herr Nordern said.
    " Look at me , please .
    Thank you.

    J8F:

    (479)

    Will that come on it?
    Will that
    No

    FPW: A shorter history of Greek art

    (480) Robertson, M, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1992) , 1-89. Sample containing about 35368 words from a book (domain: arts)

    Men and women's skin are the same colour; white is scarcely used, and red in a strictly limited way: for linear adjuncts like wreaths, for blood from wounds, and for inscriptions on the background.
    Fig. 88 shows a plate , with a charming fancy of a boy riding on a cock , signed by a painter Epiktetos .
    One of his earliest works bears also the name of the potter Andokides, and he seems to have been a pupil of Psiax.

    HPC: BNFL News

    (481) British Nuclear Fuels plc, Manchester (1992 March - May) . Sample containing about 9413 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    But that was before Tony, a supervisor on Sellafield's THORP project, and his dad Jack, a former Seascale joiner, got to work.
    They bought the scrap Herald for just £25 and salvaged the chassis , engine , *gear_case (gearbox,1.000) * and axles. then , using plans bought from a man in Sheffield , they set out to build the bodywork from plywood and *aluminum (aluminium,0.846) * .
    Curves

    CMY: Unigram x

    (482) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 13218 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    By William Fellows
    Conceived as an open , shared environment for academics and scientists , Unix was not designed with the goal of running commercial businesses in mind .
    Nevertheless, it has become established as the only real alternative for organisations seeking to avoid or escape proprietary, single vendor solutions.

    GXM: [Personal letters and other ephemera]

    (483) unpublished. Sample containing about 6030 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    love Angela
    ed=chambers , idcode= P102L
    22/3/93

    CH2: The Daily Mirror

    (484) Mirror Group Newspapers, London (1992-08/1992-10) . Sample containing about 187088 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    He was released from the Birmingham hospital after treatment for pains brought on by stomach upset tablets.
    BOY DIVORCES HIS MOTHER
    Greg, 12, wins split

    EFR: Life on earth

    (485) Attenborough, David, Collins, UK (1988) , 11-200. Sample containing about 43286 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    A female toad may lay 20, 000 eggs each season; perhaps a quarter of a million in her lifetime.
    Out of all these , only two have to live to maturity to maintain the level of the population .
    The strategy is an ancient one.

    FXF:

    (486)

    Are you due a line today ...?
    What for ?
    Insurance ....

    CBH: Some psychic and political dimensions of work experiences

    (487) Gordon Lawrence, W., Tavistock Institute of Human Relations (1982) , 1-35. Sample containing about 20036 words of miscellanea (domain: social science)

    " Accountability is an examination or assessment of how well responsibilities have been carried out interms of results that have actually been obtained and the efficiency with which they were achieved. "
    With *so_much (such,1.000) * a framework of authority , which is clearly a top-down one , objectives and targets can be set for managers , and indeed all in the enterprise .
    The essential point is that responsibility is assigned and, therefore, authority is delegated for which the individual is accountable in his role.

    CLH: Sign language

    (488) Woll, B and Kyle, J G, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1993) , 162-262. Sample containing about 40758 words from a book (domain: social science)

    In sign, it can be seen in the learner's apparent acknowledgement of comprehension of a statement by the deaf person which the hearing learner in fact has not understood, or it involves an immediate switch of topic by the hearing learner to something in which he feels more competent, without answering the deaf person's query.
    This latter tactic often succeeds becauseof the unwillingness of the deaf person to try to force the point or to contradict the hearing person .
    As is becoming apparent, sign language is a language at risk; a language which may be dominated by the learner to the extent that a distorted view of discourse with a native signer will be obtained.

    K4J: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Leisure pages

    (489) u.p.. Sample containing about 32022 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    LIFT OFF A FLYING START TO FESTIVAL
    Bicycle aerobatics Chris Hanley , a member of the New Brighton Mountain Bike Club , puts his machine through its paces at Wirral Cycling Festival at Thurstaston Country Park
    Picture: Frazer Bird

    BMA: Bukharin's theory of equilibrium

    (490) Tarbuck, Kenneth J, Pluto Press, London (1989) , 54-158. Sample containing about 37380 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    An examination of Volume II will quickly reveal the unfinished nature of parts of the material, but there is sufficient there to enable the reader to arrive at an understanding of Marx's ideas.
    It is the unfinished nature of those parts dealing with the schemas of reproduction that has given rise to a number of controversies regarding the interpretation of them .
    Possibly the most famous controversy was initiated by Rosa Luxemburg in 1913 with the publication of her book The Accumulation of Capital.

    G3F: Elements of marketing

    (491) Morden, A R, D P Publications Ltd, London (1987) , 63-234. Sample containing about 42911 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    Summary: Chapter Seven
    1.2 Advantages and It is not enough for a business to be disadvantages of responsive only to its present forecasting environment .
    A business must plan for the future.

    H0K: Alien wisdom: the limits of Hellenization

    (492) Momigliano, Arnaldo, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1990) , 1-116. Sample containing about 40984 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    From one quotation (4.35.4) we learn that Procles compared Alexander with Pyrrhus and found the former superior in fortune, but the latter a better tactician.
    In the other quotation (2.21.6) he appears to have taken the Gorgon Medusa killed by Perseus as a member of a wild Libyan race : " he (Procles) had seen a man from this race brought to Rome .
    The Greek-sounding name of Procles and his father are more probably signs of Hellenization than of Greek origin.

    J9A:

    (493)

    It was a low budget production but drew a certain amount of attention as it attempted to explore spiritualism.
    Derek Fowler was the leading actor .
    John Harlow directed a series of films for British National, but probably his biggest success was While I Live which featured the very popular music the Dream of ....

    H07: Parents

    (494) EMAP Consumer Publications Ltd, London (1991-19-19) . Sample containing about 35406 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Make it clear, too, that she can only have the toy if she gives one of hers in exchange.
    This way , she 'll begin to understand the basics of sharing , although she won't do it very *volitionally (willingly,1.000) * until she's around 2½ to three years old .
    The people that your toddler feels most confident in showing generosity towards are you, her parents, so encourage this trait by asking her to give you things: forexample, ask her to give a toy, drawing or her teddy to Daddy.

    KP9:

    (495)

    I had one Fiesta.
    It's just , that's the Ghia .
    What?

    G1F: Policy and practice in primary education

    (496) Alexander, R, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1992) . Sample containing about 41731 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The most unsatisfactory outcome of LMS in this context would be if schools felt obliged to return to the traditional concept, so inimical to professional and curricular development, of there being just two professional roles in primary schools, those of class teacher and head, each confined to and jealously defending his or her territory.
    The residual force of this traditional view was one of the main reasons why PNP coordinators so often encountered anxiety and resistance .
    As we noted in our fifth report:

    AD0: Get slim and stay slim

    (497) Ashcroft, Jennifer J, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1989) . Sample containing about 34221 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    The example we shall give is for a person who starts the regime moderately overweight and whose normal meals are fairly typically too high in fat, sugar, and salt, and too low in fibre.
    This hypothetical person (in this case , female) also has done very *small (little,0.929) * sport or exercise for years .
    To give you a more complete picture, this individual is 30 lb (13.6 kg) overweight (has dieted on and off but tends to end up back at square one) .

    GXB: Where people matter

    (498) The Royal Bank of Scotland. Sample containing about 10294 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    Please note that benefits can not be guaranteed and that the value of investments can go down as well as up.
    PERSONAL EQUITY PLAN
    Tax Free income + Growth

    J2J: Chaos [1/2]

    (499) Sparrow, C, Manchester University Press, Manchester (1987) , 111-131. Sample containing about 7277 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    This geometric model (a geometrically constructed system which seems to have the same properties as the Lorenz equations though the connection depends on several global properties of the flow which have not yet been proved) has an attracting set, for a range of parameter values, which is a strange attractor, but which is a slightly different strange attractor at every parameter value in the range (see below) .
    This attracting set , then , is not structurally stable , though it only just fails to satisfy Smale's axiom A { 34 } .
    This discovery probably had an important effect on the search for extensions to axiom A and the notion of structural stability; it seems to have more or less stopped it.

    KC5:

    (500)

    I took out at night. ...
    Which one ?
    ... What do you want then?

    A6J: Three times table

    (501) Maitland, Sara, Chatto & Windus Ltd, London (1990) . Sample containing about 37844 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    She lay down on her back again, almost smelling the sharp odour of the whisky; just awake enough to resist it, just sleepy enough not to make the climb out into the cold worth it, and felt numb with fear.
    Lying there she was aware for the first time that night of Maggie above her and Rachel below her ; both , she imagined , sleeping sweetly , and again the grinding weight of compassion and guilt swept over her .
    She can not mother her child and she can not mother her mother; everything she did inclined towards death.

    J2P: The Environment Digest

    (502) Wright, Martin (ed.) , Environment Publishers Ltd. Sample containing about 12095 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Swamping the swamp
    The ecosystem of the world's largest wetland , the Pantanal in southwest Brazil , is being threatened by tourists .
    The 60, 000 square-mile swamp contains 650 species of birds, 230 of fish, 80 of mammals and 50 of reptiles.

    BM1: The complete guide to food allergy and intolerance

    (503) Gamlin, Linda and Brostoff, Jonathan, Bloomsbury Publishing Ltd, London (1989) , 138-221. Sample containing about 35892 words from a book (domain: social science)

    In no circumstances should you do this without help and advice from your doctor – restricting the diet of small children can be very dangerous.
    In the case of eczema , it may be better to start with a simplified form of the elimination diet .
    Rather than cutting out a whole range of foods, concentrate on the foods that are known to be problematic in eczema: milk, eggs, beef, chicken, food additives, oranges, lemons and other citrus fruits.

    J72: Futures trading law and regulation

    (504) Innes, Ros, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993) , 45-68. Sample containing about 9896 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    The combined effect of the FSA and the delegation by the Secretary of State of regulatory power to the SIB has given it extensive executive, enforcement and rulemaking powers.
    Its decisions on authorisation , disqualification , making *admass (public,0.887) * statements of misconduct and the exercise of its powers of intervention are subjectto appeal to a statutory *court (tribunal,0.999) * , the Financial Services Tribunal .
    The exercise of its enforcement and rulemaking powers is amenable to judicial review.

    KDG:

    (505)

    So he could, so much
    Well
    to say ... I'm committing

    A9B: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-10: Applied Science pages

    (506) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 69 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Max Grundig, 81, died yesterday in Baden-Baden.
    He opened his shop in Nurenburg selling radios and producing transformers in 1930, and in 1945 he was allowed by the Allies to relocate his business in Furth, where it was one of the first to produce FM radios, then television sets – and high fidelity reel-to-reel tape recorders *that (which) * serious musicians felt obliged to pay serious money for.# chosen line 1398 among 2346 in B33.txt as 510 th sample (file 510)

    Good communication within the team is essential for harmonious working relationships, with weekly meetings headed by the team leader to discuss the nurses ' evaluation of their modular experiences.
    The knowledge, skills and desirable attitudes to be encouraged, translated into team objectives, form the core of the team approach.
    This translation is tedious but essential work, as the nurse and the team must both know in which direction they are to proceed.

    FL6:

    (507)

    for a girl to start, to start worrying about that kind of thing!
    Is is that a *social (societal,1.000) * pressure ?
    I mean is it a ... ah, ... ..., is there any history of it in the family ... and, what did your family, did you family know?

    APN: The political economy of soil erosion in developing countries

    (508) Blaikie, Piers, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1987) , 12-106. Sample containing about 39913 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    The central question asked is why certain land-uses take place.
    Why are no soil conserving practices a part of the *ongoing (on-going,1.000) * development and change of land-use practices , and why are adaptations to conserve the soil not sometimes made ?
    The answer to these questions lies in the political-economic context in which land-users find themselves.

    EA1: British Medical Journal

    (509) British Medical Association, London (1993-01-16) , 155-201. Sample containing about 30638 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    Confounding variables which may have affected urinary albumin excretion were similar within and between our two groups – that is, glycaemic control, weight, and protein intake (as reflected by urinary urea excretion) .
    Mean arterial pressure was the most important variable to adjust for between the two groups .
    During this trial, five of the 11 patients taking enalapril were normoalbuminuric after one year of treatment, while mean arterial pressure decreased by 10 mm Hg.

    H53:

    (510)

    That's right.
    And ... , you know ? ... ... .
    A couple of youngsters yesterday, seven year old, eight year olds at the very most, they have one of these gas lighters, up round the back of the ....

    K3X: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Leisure pages

    (511) u.p.. Sample containing about 29847 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    DAVID DUNPHY, 9.
    What do you call a dinosaur with only one eye ?
    A do-you-think-he-saw-us!

    J5A: Against all odds

    (512) Greenpeace. Sample containing about 672 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs)

    Nothing is known about the first 7 years of this person's life, and whilst only scattered information exists about the middle span, we know that only at the age 42 did the Earth begin to flower.
    Dinosaurs and the great reptiles did not appear until one year ago , when the planet was 45 .
    Mammals arrived only 8 months ago; in the middle of last week man-like apes evolved into ape-like men, and at the weekend the last ice age enveloped the Earth.

    AA3: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-20: Business section

    (513) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 9084 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    On the other hand, however, Mr De Haan said the company had to put up with what it regarded as disadvantages of being publicly quoted.
    There were occasions , for example , when the board felt a conflict between the need to distribute profits to meet the short term aspirations of the City and making medium and longer term investments in the business .
    " We think it would be better as a private company, without that pressure ", said Mr De Haan, though he said the move did not reflect any disenchantment with the City.

    ASA: How we won the open: the caddies' stories

    (514) Dabell, Norman, Anaya Publishers Ltd, London (1990) , 7-116. Sample containing about 37344 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    But then as we played the 13th I thought it might just be down to Bernhard and Seve.
    Baker-Finch had slipped off the leaderboard , and Watson looked to be in big trouble with his drive at the 12th .
    Tom never should have taken a driver because there's a lot of trouble near the hole (316 yards, par-4) .

    B22: I remember, I remember

    (515) Maidment, Arthur, Baverstock Books, Westbury, Wilts (1990) , 31-144. Sample containing about 40284 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    Murder
    On a Monday morning , early in 1921 , Salisbury was buzzing with the news of the murder of a local taxi-driver .
    I wonder why things always happened on a Monday, but it seemed to be the case.

    GWK: Bookseller

    (516) Uden, Grant, Antique Collectors Club, Woodbridge, Suffolk (1993-19-19) . Sample containing about 21504 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    BOOKSELLER NEXT WEEK
    The moving spirit
    Have sales of religious books matched the growth in ethnic minority groups in the UK over the last 10 years and the related interest in the religions of the Middle and Far East?

    H0Y: A handbook of English Language Teaching terms and practice

    (517) Seaton, Brian, Macmillan Press Ltd, London (1982) , 1-86. Sample containing about 37762 words from a book (domain: social science)

    (adv) He looked up/the word (looked for it in a dictionary) .
    adverbial phrase
    A phrase functioning as an adverb.

    HKR: Keesings Contemporary Archives

    (518) Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1990) . Sample containing about 79663 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Economic indicators
    GDP growth -3 % (1989 est .)
    Trade balance -US $ 285 m. (1989 est.)

    G5J:

    (519)

    Er ... How would I get to hear about them?
    Mhm .
    I tend to get to hear about them from seeing ... the Post Office.

    F7W: [Clitheroe magistrates' court: trials]

    (520) Sample containing about 6984 words speech recorded in public context

    Your worship please.
    Right ... ... . ...
    Er, application .... ...

    CJP: Amnesty

    (521) Amnesty International, London (1993-19-19) . Sample containing about 16813 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    SOUTH AFRICA's POLICE (FROM POLICE STATE TO DEMOCRATIC POLICING)
    THE ROLE of the police in South Africa needs a careful eye trained on it in these changing and unstable times , and Gavin Cawthra's booklet does a fine job in relating the story so far .
    The cover reads, " If South Africa is to achieve a non-violent transition to democracy, the police must play a crucial role in keeping the peace.

    KAA: Medau News

    (522) The Medau Society, UK (1980-88) . Sample containing about 3856 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    Congratulations to two indomitable Edinburgh walkers.
    Ruth Baird , in spite of having broken her leg in March , walked 100 miles in the Drakensberg Mountains in South Africa during September , and in July , Muriel Jessop , with her husband Bill , completed a 150 -- mile circuit of Mont Blanc in ten days .
    Finally, good wishes for a quick return to health to Audrey Foster, Hilda Lodge and Doris Patten, who have all been in hospital.

    KRE:

    (523)

    I think the classic example of this is the rate and the rate support system and all the sort of public services – care of the elderly, schools for the young – would come from this.
    It's a bit hard, it seems to me, where you have areas with a favourable population structure erm *that (who) * are not willing to back up those with an unfavourable, with a lot of elderly people *that (who) * perhaps need greater aid.

    The problem is, of course, that we ... the irony is that we are now in a period where we have a much bigger potential workforce who we are not employing as we might.

    GYU:

    (524)

    That ... er the firms must guarantee forty four hours wages for the man, doesn't matter what ...
    Was , was this erm ... to protect the men or to make sure that erm
    It's er it's more or less a

    GXL: [Personal letters]

    (525) u.p.. Sample containing about 7839 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    ed=chambers, description= (greetings card)
    To David and Barbi
    with all good wishes and lots of love for your silver wedding

    HL8: Keesings Contemporary Archives

    (526) Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1991) . Sample containing about 60789 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Reports said that while US preference for a higher ceiling of between 40 per cent and 50 per cent[ see p. 38211] had been favoured by Kuwait, none of the other members of the Security Council had so far expressed public support.
    Iraq's permanent representative at the UN , Abdul Amir al-Anbari described the recommended ceiling as unrealistic , adding that it is an impossible percentage to implement .
    Meanwhile, in its first full-scale review since the end of the Gulf war, the UN Security Council on June 11 agreed to maintain international sanctions[ see pp. 37639; 37695; 38083; 38165; 38211].

    HAU: Atomic Energy Authority Times

    (527) The Atomic Energy Authority (1993-09) . Sample containing about 10957 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    It led to some job losses but it was justified in the company's longer-term interests – and therefore the interests of the majority of employees.
    The overriding lesson I learned is that no one can afford to stand still given today's commercial pressures .
    Any organisation that wants to survive and succeed must constantly question itself about how it operates, whether it has the right balance of products/skills and – most important of all – whether it is actually providing what its customers want.

    HS8: Annual report

    (528) HCIMA, England, London (1991/1919) . Sample containing about 5237 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    International Recognition
    To increase the influence of the HCIMA internationally and within the UK as a truly professional body in order to spread the Association's mission .
    Priority tasks will include the completion of the Corpus Knowledge project with an international conference and growth in international membership, together with the development of an EC lobby in Brussels.

    G3S: Vets might fly

    (529) Herriot, James, Pan Books Ltd, London (1977) , 7-120. Sample containing about 42436 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    I don't know where she lives but I believe she spends a lot of her time around one of the farms along the road. "
    " Do you ever get the feeling that she wants to stay with you ?
    " No. "

    AAT: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-31: Foreign news pages

    (530) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 7149 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    The pay rises will jeopardise the new tough austerity programme of the Prime Minister, Mr Ante Markovic, which is due to come into effect on January 1.
    It freezes salaries and wages while allowing most prices to rise .
    Prices of industrial products doubled this week and rising prices of bread, milk and meat will worsen the already fast-declining living standards of the population, two thirds of whom live on the poverty line or below.

    CB1: Reason and spontaneity

    (531) Graham, A C, Curzon Press Ltd, London (1985) , 1-60. Sample containing about 37276 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    The egoist might raise a further objection: granted that I do indeed suffer from a sufferer's viewpoint, I generally feel very much less from other viewpoints than from my own; then will not the inclinations I choose in obedience to " Be aware " tend to be self-centred, even if they do not quite fulfil the requirements of a pure philosophical egoism?
    But how strongly one feels has nothing to do with the argument .
    Even in making oneself more aware in preparation for a choice, it will be enough that one can identify which would be the relatively stronger inclination in the fullest attainable awareness; there will be no need to experience it in its full intensity or to prolong it after the choice.

    CJ2: Democracy and civil war in Spain 1931-1939

    (532) Blinkhorn, Martin, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1988) , 1-58. Sample containing about 20613 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Democracies, of course, often collapse without producing civil wars.
    In Spain , civil war exploded in 1936 owing to the roughly equal popular support commanded by the two sides , the rebels ' failure to achieve a swift victory , the Republic's arming of the union militias , and -- - crucially -- - the fascist powers ' intervention on the Nationalists ' side .
    A war of years ' rather than months ' duration was then ensured by the Soviet Union's rallying to the Republic's aid.

    KPS:

    (533)

    Erm bye bye. ...
    Moni Moni .
    Moni Moni.

    FAH: Managing innovation

    (534) u.p. (n.d.) , 7-113. Sample containing about 41649 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    Conclusion
    The tour of cultures contained in this chapter has highlighted the costs of strong culture and methods for its management .
    Strong culture's benefits do not come unalloyed, nor without cost.

    CDR: Total health and fitness

    (535) Webb, Lizzie, Boxtree, London (1989) , 7-138. Sample containing about 39335 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    Don't scrub too much in the bath or shower, and switch to a more moisturising shower gel or " skin shampoo " instead of drying soap.
    Choose bath oils rather than bubble-baths .
    Apply plenty of cream or body lotion every night.

    BP6: Welcome to Somerset

    (536) u.p.. Sample containing about 6741 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    TWO NIGHTS BREAK CHANNEL HOUSE HOTEL
    Perfectly positioned within two acres of secluded gardens , the hotel is a haven of peace and tranquility .
    The luxury bedrooms and superb cooking have encouraged Ashley Courtney to give Channel House his highest recommendation.

    A87: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-11-11: Foreign news pages

    (537) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 11395 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    By Peter Conradi in Moscow
    THE Kremlin ordered four restive Soviet republics last night to drop a series of controversial new laws *that (which) * it said contravened the constitution, Tass reported.

    The announcement appeared a clear signal that Moscow was not prepared to extend to its 15 republics the free hand on domestic issues enjoyed by its Eastern European allies.

    J24: Guinness brewing worldwide

    (538) u.p.. Sample containing about 4912 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    The importance of a strong, balanced brand portfolio can not be underestimated and forms the basis of our success.
    The import companies , Guinness Import Company in the USA and Guinness Import Company (Canada) , have benefited from intelligent acquisitions and subsequently strengthened brand portfolios .
    The integration of All Brand Importers in the USA and Rymax in Canada has given us a range of premium beer brands for import and distribution that includes Moosehead, Dos Equis, Pilsner Urquell, Grolsch, Sol and Bass Ale, in addition to Guinness Brewing Worldwide's own products.

    J9H: Bradford Metropolitan Council: meeting

    (539) Sample containing about 5465 words speech recorded in public context

    Councillor?
    Yes
    Councillor?

    H82: The chymical wedding

    (540) Clarke, Lindsay, Jonathan Cape, London (1989) , 186-301. Sample containing about 46693 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Louisa sat back a little on the bed to allow her greater room to breathe, to speak.
    " We are friends are we not ?
    Emilia asked weakly.

    B1H: Decisions in geography: the United Kingdom

    (541) Farleigh Rice, W, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1985) , 4-137. Sample containing about 40694 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    The map shows one small part of the Dartmoor National Park in which there are some conflicts.
    Which features may tourists find attractive ?
    Which features or activities may reduce the value of land for tourists?

    JXS: Battle for love

    (542) Howard, Stephanie, Mills & Boon, Richmond, Surrey (1991) . Sample containing about 49239 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Shiona glowered across the table at him – so utterly poised, so hatefully sure of himself in his immaculate dark blue Savile Row suit.
    As always , he had that look of having the world on a string , everything indisputably under his control .
    Shiona scowled into his face with its arrogant high cheekbones, self-satisfied mouth and eyes as hard as sapphires.

    J79: Moeran's practical conveyancing

    (543) Coates, R M, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1991) , 1-119. Sample containing about 42638 words from a book (domain: social science)

    It is important to obtain full particulars from the client as to the whereabouts of the deeds, because until these are located, nothing can happen.
    If the property is in mortgage , then obtain the account number , as this may be needed when it comes to redemption .
    The basic rule is that the title deeds--registered or unregistered--together with information from the client equals enough information to prepare a draft contract.

    HE8:

    (544)

    Oh right.
    Mhm .
    We worked with dairy as well, seventy two dairy cows.

    FUL:

    (545)

    Presumably Terry's got the same. ...
    Yeah .
    We have upstairs.

    K63:

    (546)

    It's got leather and, and iron and steel, now you come onto the Road and you wouldn't think there a leather factory about would you?
    Because from top to bottom it was all connected with iron and steel the whole lot all the way down .
    You go from er Hopeworths, Mason and Burnhams, John, Gill and Russells, Walker Brothers it was er a terribly industrial, well you could ... Road used to be all granite sets in the road, there wasn't the, because there was so much traffic went up and down ... er it was all made of granite sets when I, when I was a kid, but my, shall I tell you what I used to do when I was a kid for my Saturday morning?

    HXS: The fabliau in English

    (547) Hines, John, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993) , 1-139. Sample containing about 44895 words from a book (domain: arts)

    Pride, which is the major of these two moral themes, emerges in some bizarre and therefore entertaining forms in the course of the fabliau narrative.
    When the absurdly naive theatricals by which the clerks seek to cloak their scheme for preventing the miller's stealing -- - which has increased from the " curteis to the " outrageous with the illness of their college's manciple -- - reveal their design to him , he determines to steal yet more , out of pride , and out of his own version of measure for measure , but not out of covetousness : As soon as the two clerks can stop and consider the trick that has been played on them , we see that the miller's action , motivated by his pride , hits directly at the pride of the clerks : Another offence to John's pride leads him later to attempt to bed the miller's wife , hearing the success of Alayn with the *mother's_daughter (daughter,1.000) * (4199 -- -209) .
    And when the clerks have taken their " " esement " " by " swyving " the miller's wife and daughter it is clear that this hurts the miller first and foremost in his family pride.

    FYH:

    (548)

    Ours was footwear.
    What about other local companies ?
    Well er ... the the majority was footwear er but there was shirts and pants and as a matter of fact there was one small section of gloves, made gloves.

    K9R: CCG People staff newspaper

    (549) u.p.. Sample containing about 4102 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    JUST TO show their close working relationship with Sony Music, CCG's entire catering staff were taken to Wembley recently for Michael Jackson concert.
    But then excitement is never far away at a place where radio link-ups are common , and an episode with of Challenge Anneka was based .
    CCG has been at Sony Music's Aylesbury site since winning the main contract in 1984, although the company has associations going back over 15 years.

    FYF:

    (550)

    There's a cupboard there that's been ripped open, I mean is that just part of the vandalism that goes on?
    Well no , knowing our ... it's probably the er electricity board's come along , to read the *m (meter,0.867) * , *person (somebody,0.989) *'s put a screw in it , and they've got a crowbar and just opened it up .
    That's not vandalism. ...

    FUR:

    (551)

    Secondly, to measure the incidence of recurrent disease erm while patients were under maintenance therapy, with B G C over a two year period.
    We decided at that time to follow Brosman's erm regimen *that (which) * er had had the lowest recurrence rate then reported.

    And thirdly, to compare adverse events erm er noted with the two strains of B G C.

    KS9: Today's Horse

    (552) Aceville Publications Ltd, Colchester, Essex (1992-02) . Sample containing about 19863 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Dear Kate,
    I have just read the article in November's Today's Horse on gadgets by Carolyn Henderson and I would like to say that in my opinion she has done a very good job pointing out the dangers of people with their own horses *that (who) * resort to gadgets to get an outline and not to time and schooling.

    Gadgets are useful in professional hands and used in the right way, but in the hands of a novice they can be dangerous.

    KM2:

    (553)

    the head of the operation in central Bosnia said the Moslems had been subjected to blatant human rights abuses and the U N might soon have to evacuate them.
    He was asked what U N peace keepers were doing to protect Moslem civilians in the area .
    What is happening is they 're patrolling the areas intensively, they 're maintaining contact with these er terrified Moslems to try to avert any type of er foul play in the area.

    FA3: First degree: the undergraduate curriculum

    (554) Squires, G, Open University Press, Milton Keynes (1990) , 1-118. Sample containing about 44551 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Each has already been touched on in passing, but something more needs to be said.
    Of all types of education , professional courses experience the tension between theory and practice most strongly , because they give considerable if not equal weight to each .
    In craft and technician level courses, theory is seen merely as an adjunct of practice, while in purely academic courses practice, if it is a point of reference at all, is seen simply as a spin-off or by-product of theory.

    CME: Outdoor Action

    (555) Hawker Consumer Publications, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 26309 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    The 1000 grammes of duck down used as filling is good for all year British use.
    Construction : the box wall construction holds a certain amount of filling in each box evenly throughout the bag .
    Filling: duck down.

    GWF: The way to Babylon

    (556) Kearney, Paul, Victor Gollancz Ltd, London (1992) , 155-254. Sample containing about 42333 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    There is something in the air. "
    " Is the council over yet ?
    " It finished this afternoon.

    H0J: Introduction to language learning: a handbook

    (557) Burgess, Eunice and Anderson, Gunilla, Summer Institute of Linguistics, UK (1989) , 1-92. Sample containing about 28544 words from a book (domain: social science)

    there is no existing or effective language learning course.
    You will need one or more native speakers of the language to help you in your learning .
    Ideally such a helper should be one: who is recognized by others of his/her own people as a good speaker of the language

    JP2:

    (558)

    No they won't be on because they 're export.
    No they 're not on January's .
    Oh because they count as export?

    FEP: Ring of fire

    (559) Blair, Lorne, Bantam (Corgi) , London (1988) , 9-127. Sample containing about 40985 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    " They only come to the Tominah's singing, " they said.
    Lorne tried chanting a few limericks over and over , but we never saw the eels again , though we dived there often .
    By now, the nights at the Rante were getting noisier.

    GT4: The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons

    (560) Nicholls, C S (ed.) , Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) . Sample containing about 35441 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    , Hester (1586?-1660) , midwife, was probably baptized in Allhallows parish, London, 11 April 1586, the only recorded daughter of Nicholas Essex, gentleman.
    She began practising midwifery in London around 1610 and was licensed by the bishop of London before 1634 .
    In that year Mrs Shaw and Mrs Whipp led a petition of sixty midwives of the City in opposition to Peter Chamberlen the elder[ q.v.], a man-midwife who planned to incorporate the midwives under his governorship.

    H5K:

    (561)

    Are you in?
    Aye that's right .
    Aha.

    J3D: The Environment Digest

    (562) Wright, Martin (ed.) , Environment Publishers Ltd. Sample containing about 13949 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Russia approves help for radiation victims
    The Russian government has approved a *program (programme,0.876) * of measures to help people in the Urals *part (region,0.899) * suffering from the effects of radiation .
    Around 450, 000 people are estimated to have been exposed to radioactive emissions from the Mayak plant near Chelyabinsk (which still produces plutonium and reprocesses waste) in the 1940s and 50s.

    JA8:

    (563)

    Ready.
    I'm going faster now are you ready ?
    What happened, did we knock the fork off?

    G0R: The idea of higher education

    (564) Barnett, R, Open University Press, Milton Keynes (1990) . Sample containing about 39867 words from a book (domain: social science)

    What different forms does it take in different societies?
    What is its place in the social hierarchy of knowledge ?
    2.

    A24: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-04: Living section

    (565) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 3315 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    At Hammersmith Erskine's building will sit on an island site, doing its best to protect those who work in it from the surrounding aural and visual pollution.
    In terms of context , Erskine is *shot (shooting,1.000) * in the dark .
    He could hardly adapt the style of the building's closest neighbour, the Soviet-like Novotel Hotel.

    G1L: Rebel angel

    (566) Wood, B, Headline Book Publishing plc, London (1993) , 162-252. Sample containing about 45899 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    It was nice to be able to tell the complete truth for once.
    But the only person he met was Balor , on his daily forage to the wine store during the Gruagach's afternoon snooze , to replenish his secret stock of ale and mead , which had been sadly depleted with all these unexpected visitors to Tara .
    Balor did not grudge offering guests a mite of good wine, because it was only polite, but there was no denying it made inroads on your hoard.

    CJM: Action

    (567) World Assoc for Christian Comm (1992) . Sample containing about 6488 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    Dr Alwyn Marriage is the new Director of the United Society for Christian Literatureeed the Minds, which is based in Guildford, UK.
    Dr Marriage , who was previously the editor of Christian magazine , succeeds Rev Alec Gilmore , who has reached retirement age .
    Feed the Minds has been supporting WACC projects for many years.

    HTP: Madness and modernity: a study in social psychoanalysis

    (568) Badcock, C R, Basil Blackwell Ltd, Oxford (1984) , 1-134. Sample containing about 39547 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    The reader will recall that I argued that this meant satisfactorily surmounting the three stages of psychosexual growth which psychoanalysis discovered long ago to be typical of most individuals in our culture.
    Yet the data described by the survey of the New York Psychoanalytic Institute mentioned above show that in a significant number of cases *so_much (such,1.000) * patterns of personal development are no longer occurring .
    If this is indeed so, and if it is true that the latency period is in decline as an important cultural phenomenon, then it seems difficult not to conclude that in some very significant respects modern Western child-rearing practices are approximating more to those of pre-Neolithic, pre-agricultural societies like those of the Australian aborigines than to modern industrial ones.

    FPN: Tell them I'm on my way

    (569) Goodman, A, Chapmans Publishers Ltd, London (1993) , 183-264. Sample containing about 39308 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    I started by saying to Harold that I had been told about his Honours List – I did not tell him by whom – and I hoped that what I heard was mistaken. l went on to say to him that I wished to make it clear that my disquiet did not relate to any particular name, but if in fact the names that I had heard turned out to be a correct report, and he published the List, the List would support legitimate criticism.
    He would, I said, do himself an immense disservice *that (which) * he would indeed regret and from which he would never recover.

    Wilson was obviously embarrassed by my statement and sought to identify any particular honorands whom I might have in mind.

    A4K: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-11: Home news pages

    (570) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 16218 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Mr Palumbo also suggested that grant money might be taken away from companies which failed to achieve a sufficiently high standard.
    The Arts Council is holding a special meeting in November to discuss the funding crisis ; it is thought that it might decide to cut the number of bodies receiving grant if more government money is not forthcoming .
    Mr Palumbo said: " Excellence springs up in many places.

    CK0: Hospital circles

    (571) Andrews, Lucilla, Severn House, Wallington, Surrey (1986) , 8-134. Sample containing about 41076 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Have you been taking a medical history, Nurse Dungarvan? "
    " In a way , Sister , yes .
    I explained myself.

    EEN: Sex, politics and society

    (572) Weeks, J, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992) , 1-95. Sample containing about 37810 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Linked to this, a central factor in the familial ideology, was the increased ideological separation of home from work, based as it was on the withdrawal of the lady from social labour.
    This was an indispensable prelude to the development of the concept of personal life , a sphere of individuality and self-development , based on material prosperity , but focused on the cultivation of individuality , which in its turn was to have important consequences on the specification of sexuality .
    But these ideological concerns carried clear economic connotations.

    K9V: Transport

    (573) u.p.. Sample containing about 14211 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    The West and East German railways are starting the process of being united though at the moment they still operate quite separately.
    Together they have some 25 , 000 miles of track , employ about 400 , 000 people , and turn over DM 25 billion (£10bn) .
    But despite national policies that promote rail, the railway system has lost market share heavily since the 1960s and is currently running a deficit of some DM 14bn after heavy subsidies.

    HSD: Chemistry in action

    (574) Freemantle, Michael, Macmillan Education Ltd, UK (1987) , 85-236. Sample containing about 43106 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    The energy absorbed during the reaction is first taken from the reaction mixture.
    The temperature of the reaction mixture therefore decreases .
    Since the temperature of the surroundings is now higher than that of the reaction mixture, energy flows into the reaction mixture from the surroundings.

    CMF: Research methods

    (575) McNeill, Patrick, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1989) , 1-113. Sample containing about 32001 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Field experiments
    Partly in response to *so_much (such,1.000) * criticisms , some researchers have conducted field experiments .
    These take place in the real world and those involved do not know that an experiment is being conducted.

    FRY: The railway children: Oxford Bookworms edition

    (576) Nesbit, E and Escott, John, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) . Sample containing about 10122 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Stop! "
    Perks said suddenly .
    " I take back every word I said.

    HYV:

    (577)

    What else have we got talking too fast.
    Now suspect that this is something that most people fall into on their first few training sessions ... which is all to be about this er er er have you got any questions and most people ... I was gon na say good morning , but you got a paragraph down now and it's all about slowing down and you can speed up as you go through but it's certainly the opening ... slowing down .
    Slow down, slow yourself down in training sessions. ... ... ...

    A0W: Fitness with weights

    (578) Fleet, Alan, A & C Black (Publishers) Ltd, London (1991) . Sample containing about 10828 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    Sit on the edge of the bench with your knees apart.
    Bend over , holding the ends of the bar at arm's length .
    Slowly curl until the weights touch your chest, staying bent over the weight all the time.

    HL1: Keesings Contemporary Archives

    (579) Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1990) . Sample containing about 79665 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    In its report, Sub-Saharan Africa: From Crisis to Sustainable Growth, published on Nov. 22, 1989, the World Bank reaffirmed the need for structural adjustment programmes (SAPs) as a prerequisite for economic recovery, but laid greater emphasis on " human-centred " development.
    It proposed a long term strategy to release the energies of ordinary people by enabling them to take charge of their lives , noting that agriculture remained the primary foundation for growth and emphasizing food security rather than food self-sufficiency .
    The report was seen partly as a response to a document published by the UN Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) which had criticized the socially destructive effects of World Bank-supported SAPs[ see pp. 36991-92].

    HXB: [Solicitors' information packs]

    (580) u.p.. Sample containing about 38263 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    (4) (Exceptions)
    (a) The prohibition in paragraph (2) of this rule shall not apply to a business consisting of a management consultancy or a company secretarial service and which offers none of the services specified in that paragraph save the drafting of documents under sub-paragraph (2) (*joule (j,0.827) *) and the giving of legal advice , provided *so_much (such,1.000) * drafting or advice is ancillary to the main purpose of the business .
    (b) The prohibition in paragraph (2) of this rule shall not apply to prevent a solicitor who is qualified as a lawyer of a jurisdiction other than England or Wales, patent agent, trade mark agent or European patent attorney from having a separate practice as such; and such a practice shall not be subject to the provisions of sub-paragraphs (3) (a) and (b) of this rule.

    HX9: [Unpublished academic thesis]

    (581) Wilson, Howard, u.p.. Sample containing about 40822 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    Conclusions
    We have seen that graph-search *language (terminology,0.983) * provides a useful framework for clarifying and examining issues involved in automatic speech processing .
    Firstly, the analysis helped to distinguish those requirements of the task which were influenced by the specific nature of the problem from the more general requirement of searching a large problem space.

    HXW: Land law

    (582) Lim, Hilary, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992) , 24-121. Sample containing about 46865 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Such surety covenant is of value to no one other than the owner for the timebeing of the reversion ...
    Counsel for the second defendant ... relied on Hua Chiao Commercial Bank Ltd v Chiaphua Industries Ltd ...
    The liability to repay the deposit at the end of the term remained throughout on the original landlord and was an obligation to repay to the original tenant.

    HV4:

    (583)

    If the answer lies anywhere it lies in the hearts and minds of Tablers.
    All I'm gon na do is add to what Keith said earlier today and encourage you fellow Tablers to use your hearts and minds over the next twelve months in this direction .
    There is good news from the tax man our deregistration on subscriptions has been accepted and we are due a refund.

    K50: Northern Echo: Religious affairs stories

    (584) u.p.. Sample containing about 5958 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    A LEADING clergyman has warned voters not to support British National Party candidates in the General Election.
    The Bishop of Knaresborough, the Rt Rev Malcolm Menin, has urged people to shun right wing extremists *that (who) * believe in forced repatriation.

    Mr Menin said: " The British National Party expounds destructive policies which, in my view, no true Christian could support. "

    CRJ: Migrations: travels of a naturalist

    (585) Tulloch, B, Kyle Cathie Ltd, London (1991) , 1-122. Sample containing about 37648 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    All these species are common migrants which appear in Shetland every year, and I couldn't help wondering if any of those we were hearing and seeing may have been feeding in the bushes in my garden a short time before ...
    From Trondheim we went over the mountain ridge and the border into Sweden .
    The road ran through seemingly interminable pine forests with little to encourage us to stop and explore, and we covered over 1300 kilometres in thirty hours.

    D8Y:

    (586)

    ... Here we see an advertisement for Eyesilmar make up.
    Beauty is your duty , No Surrender by Yardley. ... erm figure precautions by Berlei , manufacturers of *panty_girdles (corsets,1.000) * .
    And erm fire-fighting but her manicure is perfect Home front hands can still be charming, tangee lipstick for beauty on duty ... Now foundation garments were considered to be an essential part of the trim active image which it was every woman's duty to project.

    ACL: Through the devil's gateway

    (587) Archer, L J, Joseph, A, et al, Byrne, L and Gombrich, S G, SPCK, London (1990) . Sample containing about 37392 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    Women in Hinduism are caught up in a paradoxical view of the female, where the divine can be feminine, yet women are profoundly mistrusted.
    The Goddess , in various forms , is widely worshipped amongst Hindus .
    Theoretically She represents and personifies divine cosmic power and sovereignty.

    G0K: Fire prevention in high bay warehouses

    (588) National Materials Handling Centre, Cranfield (1980) , 1-82. Sample containing about 16066 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs)

    Arrangement of Racking and Sprinkler Heads – High Racked Storage Experiment Cardington.
    (See Appendix I) .
    7.

    CA5: Living magically

    (589) Edwards, Gill, Judy Piatkus (Publishers) Ltd, London (1991) , 45-160. Sample containing about 37737 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    Suppressed tears might be symbolised by a " weeping " skin problem, or chronic rhinitis.
    Headaches usually represent an inner conflict .
    Neck problems might raise the question of who (or what) is a " pain in the neck " in your life.

    A31: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-06: Law section

    (590) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 3492 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    But it is unjust that the individual's right of access to the courts should be restricted solely on the ground that there has been delay in making the application.
    As the Law Commission recommended in 1976, the test should be whether the granting of relief to an applicant *that (who) * has delayed would cause substantial prejudice or hardship to any person or would be detrimental to good administration.

    What is wholly unacceptable is the denial of justice to the great majority of citizens who are not poor enough to qualify for legal aid but not rich enough to risk the costs of litigating an important public law issue in the High Court, the Court of Appeal, and perhaps the House of Lords.

    HXY: London Jamaican

    (591) Sebba, Mark, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993) , 1-137. Sample containing about 48271 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Such personations may operate at several levels, so that the speaker may create a persona for another individual who is talked about, while at the same time animating several personas which represent him or her self.
    Linguistic representations of different selves and others are thus woven by a speaker into a complex skein of conversation (or narrative) , with feedback from other interactants at all times potentially affecting the blend .
    Linguistically, one outcome of all this is variation, at both a micro- and a macro-level.

    HBU: UK actuarial profession 1992 annual review

    (592) u.p.. Sample containing about 3312 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    Actuarial Certification is to be required in Canada and the USA and both countries are moving towards the use of the Appointed Actuary system in general insurance.
    Actuaries in the United Kingdom are ready and able to play their part , not least following the recent growth in the number of suitably experienced and qualified actuaries .
    There are numerous areas in which general insurance actuaries are currently developing new techniques, forexample, medical expenses.

    FXK:

    (593)

    Well what can I do for this lady today?
    No , it's just me this time .
    Yourself? ...

    CK3: Machine Knitting Monthly

    (594) Machine Knitting Monthly Ltd, Maidenhead (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 25662 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    these cones can be a real bargain, since they are usually " ends of line " from the commercial manufacturers and are sold at a very good price.
    Unfortunately they are not usually *quotable (repeatable,1.000) * , so having made a *brilliant (superb,1.000) * jumper for your mother , you will probably be unable to make one for yourself .
    For any knitter new to Shetland wool, the work appears very harsh when knitted, but don't be put off, once washed to remove the oil it comes up beautifully soft and fluffy.

    JNJ:

    (595)

    Erm, also I, I wanted to try and cover the main points and it's very difficult with a subject like that to, to only give you part of the, the story otherwise people would immediately say, well, yes, but you haven't thought about this or that.
    I'm quite sure you 'll still say that , but erm , because it is er , it's in a sense , it's complex .
    I, I think to erm, very briefly to answer your point, erm, I believe that the, the quotes contract culture which is around at the moment, has missed out a major component which is concerned with community development and community enhancement.

    CKJ: Steam Railway News

    (596) 10A Birkdale Trading Estate, Southport (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 5865 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    This one is a truly beautiful model of an American " ten-wheeler " called " Sequoia " which has been completed recently in his railway's own workshops.
    On the Saturday and Sunday it is intended that " Sequoia will be operating special trains on the Eskdale line -- - along with Synolda , the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway's 1912 Bassett-Lowke engine .
    " Flower of the Forest ", an unusual vertical-boilered engine, built at Ravenglass for a garden railway in Arbroath, should also be on parade.

    CNJ: Computergram international

    (597) u.p.. Sample containing about 9319 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    The company's first entry for the embryonic multimedia computer market is the ProLinea CDS, which comes with a CD-ROM drive, 16-bit sound board, modem, external speakers and four CD-ROM titles at $ 1, 700.
    The price cuts are 9 % on notebooks , including the Contura 3/25 at $ 1 , 500 , the 3/25c at $ 2 , 000 and the colour Lite/25c at $ 3 , 000 ; 15 % on desktops , sothat the cheapest 80386 desktop model without a screen is now $ 750 and the Deskpro 486 is $ 1 , 400 ; the Pagemarq printer is now $ 2 , 600 .
    The company unveiled 33 new desktop models, including an 80486-based Prolinea PC with the company's proprietary local bus graphics at $ 1, 100, and a ProLinea 4/66 at $ 2, 000.

    CMH: Issues in psychobiology

    (598) Legg, Charles R, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1989) , 1-81. Sample containing about 38192 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    Instead, the amplitude of the saccades increases with the intensity of the stimulation, up to a plateau that is characteristic of a particular stimulation site.
    McHaffie and Stein (1982) have also reported eye movements after colliculus stimulation in rats , although it is not clear that they are true saccades .
    In some ways the control is similar to that observed in the cat, in that eye-movement amplitude varied with stimulus intensity.

    HRK: Information systems development

    (599) Avison, D E, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford (1992) , 41-181. Sample containing about 43190 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    It is a first sketch of the business, and you may also verify the relationships, add entities and relationships to the model or attributes to the entities, so that the model is more appropriate for a typical firm of wholesalers. forexample, I have not included payments in this interim model.
    Fig. 3.16 Operation documentation
    A more realistic example for an academic department is shown as figure 3.18 (discussed fully in Chapter 15) .

    GV6: Isvik

    (600) Innes, Hammond, Chapmans Publishers Ltd, London (1991) , 85-189. Sample containing about 40950 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    And then she went over to the attack again.
    " Can't you understand , you great big stupid asqueroso , I was close to getting it out of him , the information I need to prove my husband is not imagining things .
    And I would have got it, if you hadn't come blundering in. "

    BN8: Hollow promises?

    (601) Rogers, A , Keith, M (eds.) , Mansell Publishing Ltd, London (1991) , 1-83. Sample containing about 28709 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    A number of issues, however, remain unresolved.
    Many of the *stores (shops,0.825) * and restaurants in the Albert Dock operate with below market rents and service charges and their future remains uncertain as *expenditures (outgoings,0.976) * rise to market levels .
    Equally, the International Garden Festival site, which successfully attracted visitors in the initial year on a subsidised basis, has since remained problematic (Parkinson and Evans, 1990) .

    GUC: Corporate resource allocation

    (602) Tomkins, Cyril, Basil Blackwell Ltd, Oxford (1991) , 89-207. Sample containing about 42935 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    Depreciation and interest need to be traced, as far as possible, to products.
    And yet, while Porter advocates can gain better insights into cost reduction by undertaking some Kaplan-type analysis, Kaplan supporters can also learn from Porter's efforts to focus quickly on key areas for cost reduction, avoiding an *costly and elaborate system* with information overload.

    Figure 5.5 The value chain and cash-flow analysis (based on Rappaport, 1987)

    H0D: Death in the City

    (603) Anderson, J R L, F A Thorpe (Publishing) Ltd, UK (1980) , 1-200. Sample containing about 43531 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    I've held his hand gently and tactfully from the start. "
    " It can't be a very satisfactory situation .
    Why doesn't Mr. Stavanger retire? "

    B3J: Yanto's summer

    (604) Pickernell, Ray, Morgans Technical Books Ltd, Wotton-under-Edge (1988) . Sample containing about 46508 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    He tended to be a little touchy about remarks concerning his manhood.
    " Well , look at all that shiny stuff all over you , Molly continued , " you look like a Christmas tree .
    Yanto laughed as he realised his shoulders were covered with fish scales which were flashing in the dim light of the oil lamp.

    FCJ: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (605) u.p.. Sample containing about 33093 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    In the proceedings relating to the action for a declaration that the United Kingdom has failed to fulfil its obligations under the E.E.C. Treaty (Commission of the European Communities v. United Kingdom (Case C 246/89) ) only the requirements relating to the nationality of the natural or legal persons in question are at issue.
    In the case of the reference for a preliminary *opinion (ruling,1.000) * (Case *STANDARD_TEMPERATURE (C,0.855) * 221/89) it will also be necessary , in connection with the second question before the court , to consider the requirements relating to the residence and domicile of the natural persons in question or to the principal place of business of the companies , and to the place of management , direction and control of the vessels .
    In view of the questions put by the national court and of the written observations submitted by the parties, account will have to be taken in the course of that examination of the competence of the member states in this area, of their obligations under public international law (question (1) in the Factortame case (Case C 221/89) and of the objectives of the Common Fisheries Policy and, in particular, of the quota system (question (3) in the Factortame case) .

    AN5: The legal context of teaching

    (606) Johnstone, Susan, Pearce, Penelope and Harris, Neville, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992) , 60-154. Sample containing about 38172 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The admissions authority is, in any event, required to keep the standard number under review.
    One important aspect of the new admissions *government (regime,0.851) * concerns primary schools , to which open *registration (enrolment,0.833) * will not apply until the school year beginning in September 1992 (Education Reform Act 1988 (Commencement No. 9) Order 1991 SI 1991 No. 409) .
    For the first time children aged under 5 years (other than those admitted for nursery education and those moving to a reception class from a nursery class in the same school) will be included in the standard number and parents of such children will have admission appeal rights above.

    C8X: In the echoey tunnel

    (607) Reid, Christopher, Faber & Faber Ltd, London (1991) , 1-36. Sample containing about 3545 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    A View of the Playground
    Out on the playground *person (someone,0.992) * was producing bubbles :
    not the small ones you get

    HCY: IBOA Newssheet

    (608) u.p.. Sample containing about 5739 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    The feeling in the dressing rooms after the first round was that one of them would collect the Cup.
    But it was not to be despite the tremendous efforts of players like Paudi Lynch , Pat Claffey , Ian Delamere , Paul Neary , Justin Couch , Enda Moynihan , Dermot Desmond and the rest .
    As the Tournament progressed other teams came to the fore.

    CBD: Today

    (609) News Group Newspapers Ltd, London (1992-12) . Sample containing about 22390 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    Direct Line's motor quotes are on: 081 686 2468; household quotes on: 081 686 8877.
    Churchill Direct is on : 081 313 3030 .
    Holiday groups off to flying start

    HK5: Your parish church calendar 1992

    (610) u.p.. Sample containing about 301 words of miscellanea (domain: belief and thought)

    Your Parish Church Calendar 1992
    The Parishes of Duxford , Ickleton and Hinxton in plurality
    The Three Parish Churches are independent and share one incumbent.

    K54: Northern Echo: News and features

    (611) u.p.. Sample containing about 132902 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    He worked for many years with Darlington firm Paton and Baldwin, rising to the position of chairman of sales before his retirement.
    £50 , 000 play area plan considered COUNCILLORS are being asked to approve a £50 , 000 safe play area for Preston Park , near Stockton , which officials claim is of an innovative design .
    An old play area was uprooted to allow work to begin on the building of a Butterfly World hothouse bug collection and free flying area.

    GUX: The lost father

    (612) Warner, Marina, Picador, London (1989) , 42-126. Sample containing about 38783 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    The tingling of Tommaso's breath in her ear persisted as she made her way home; though she could see no one around her, she felt eyes at her back, sucking out her secrets like cupping glasses burning against her skin.
    When she turned , there was noone , but she hurried on , though she no longer knew what she should do , what she should tell her sister , if she should report this request for an assignation *someplace (somewhere,1.000) * more secret than a church , more private than a byre .
    The wrong he had proposed weighed in Cati's stomach like undigested food; Rosalba couldn't possibly do what he asked, it would be madness, if she were found out, God knows what would happen.

    B7M: New Scientist

    (613) IPC Magazines Ltd, London (1991-02-16) . Sample containing about 43912 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    The solar-wind image must rotate too: in fact it is sweeping past us at about 400 km/s.
    So a narrow vertical phosphor strip is all you need : rapid luminous sampling will reconstruct the image as it sweeps past .
    Daedalus's solar-wind satellite accordingly resembles one of those joke unrolling tube whistles.

    B2L: Politics in transition

    (614) Anderson, James , Cochrane, Allan (eds.) , Sage Publications Ltd, London (1989) , 95-170. Sample containing about 34615 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    As we have already noted, the explanation for the post-war uniformity of local politics perhaps lies elsewhere than in a simple appeal to non-local forces.
    An *effort (attempt,0.922) * to develop the idea of analysing local politics as the urban politics of collective consumption has also been made by Peter Saunders (1981 , 1984 , 1986) , and working in conjunction with Alan Cawson (Cawson and Saunders , 1983) .
    But, crucially, unlike Castells and Dunleavy they reject a unitary view of the state in favour of a " dualistic " theory of politics – the dual state thesis.

    HWU: The Lancet

    (615) The Lancet Ltd, London (1993-19-19) . Sample containing about 49445 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Divine providence, the last judgment, comets and the world's end, and Buddhist predictions as guiding ideals or admonitory pictures are dealt with, sometimes in a rather esoteric exposition.
    This book probably presents what we all expect from the future : that anything can happen , between cosmology and religion .
    Female Pelvic Floor Disorders

    B3K: [Tourist information: York]

    (616) u.p.. Sample containing about 38231 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    Admission £3, all trout caught must be bought (£1.35 per lb) .
    Hire of bait or fly rod only 75p .
    Coffee Shop.

    B05: Approaches to spiritual direction

    (617) Long, Anne, Grove Books Ltd, Nottingham (1988) , 3-25. Sample containing about 10323 words of miscellanea (domain: belief and thought)

    A wide variety of experience and direction is on offer.
    Throughout the '60s and '70s there was an upsurge of movements and groups aiming to raise the level of consciousness and to offer *spiritual and religious experience* to those seeking personal meaning and direction.

    And to guide people there was (and is) no lack of gurus, exotic and otherwise.

    A2V: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-06: Business section

    (618) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 11322 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    The group's Snob subsidiary is steadily raising its sales per square foot and management has made a breakthrough at the previously troubled Peter Brown menswear acquisition, which has performed markedly better since June.
    Physical expansion is set to continue in the *rest (remainder,0.862) * of the current year with 20 trading outlets , representing 100 , 000 sq *foot (ft,1.000) * on top of the *being (existing,0.956) * 694 , 500 , due to open .
    British Steel in 330m pound deal

    HLB: Keesings Contemporary Archives

    (619) Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1991) . Sample containing about 125944 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    The last general election was in June 1988 and the last presidential election in May 1988.
    Future elections are scheduled as follows: *regional and cantonal elections* in 1992; general election in 1993; *European and cantonal elections* in 1994; *municipal and presidential elections* in 1995.

    1990/91 OVERVIEW

    HDW:

    (620)

    I 'll give you half, anyway.
    Right , er , ... same again .
    Erm.

    FS0: Some other rainbow

    (621) Morrell, J and McCarthy, J, Transworld Publishers Ltd, London (1993) . Sample containing about 35807 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    It was an American teaching method that, Frank insisted, allowed students to progress through the stages of education confident that they had grasped all the basics of one stage before going on to the next.
    This sounded excellent to Brian and me .
    Repeatedly we had cursed ourselves and our schools for allowing us to think we 'd grasped maths, physics and so on when now we couldn't remember any of the important or useful things.

    G44:

    (622)

    ... Er ... so that gives you another five or ten years before the dry rot sets in.
    I hope so .
    Oh that's good.

    HJS: [Advertising leaflet for Nycomed]

    (623) u.p.. Splendid isolation. Sample containing about 148 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    Lymphoprep, for instance, is unrivalled for the isolation of human lymphocyte suspensions.
    Whilst Lympho-paque is ideal for most mammalian lymphocytes .
    The full range is completed by products such as Nycodenz, a universal centrifugation medium, Mycodenz Monocytes, Metrizamide, and Sodium Metrizoate.

    AMD: Enterprise lakes and mountains

    (624) Enterprise Lakes & Mountains (1990-19-19) . Sample containing about 45472 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    Return to Munich for your flight home.
    Those staying for a *fartherer (further,1.000) * week will be transferred directly from Kufstein to their resort .
    WHAT's INCLUDED

    AS4: Taming the flood

    (625) Purseglove, J, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1989) , 1-91. Sample containing about 32311 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    A specialized fly, Lipara lucens, also tunnels into the reed stems, creating noticeable swellings known as " cigar-galls ".
    Once the fly has flown , the empty gall provides a winter home for two other reed specialists : a bee , Hylaeus pectoralis , and a wasp , Passaloecus corniger , whose eggs will hatch in the following spring .
    Few species have adapted so closely to their particular rivers as caddisflies, stoneflies, and mayflies, which, in their turn, have been cunningly imitated for bait by generations of fishermen.

    H4M:

    (626)

    And you 're on call?
    Oh I will .
    Oh you 're obviously on call.

    CS6: Fascism in Britain: 1918-1985

    (627) Thurlow, R, Blackwell, Oxford (1987) , 22-118. Sample containing about 33887 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    In the inter-war period, apart from publishing the Protocols, the Britons made little impact.
    Indeed , the authorities made no move against the organization during the Second World War and it continued its activities unmolested .
    This earned it black marks in the eyes of its founder, Beamish, who considered it a decrepit and defunct organization not worthy of his continuing support.

    KPF:

    (628)

    Like yeah, because like about what he did you know he was staying up with ... and all this and like giving him money and looking after Andrew ... so he goes for my parents Jimmy's really nice.
    Well my dad reckons he's really nice anyway .
    Dunno whether my mum does.

    A7J: The charnel house

    (629) McGrath, Eamonn, The Blackstaff Press Ltd, Belfast (1990) . Sample containing about 28317 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Bulbs in pale globes lit the corridor at intervals, the light reflecting off shiny walls.
    When he passed the entry that led to the bathrooms and toilets , he became more circumspect .
    It would be hard to give a satisfactory explanation if he were found in that part of the house so late at night.

    B1A: [Penultimate Picture Palace programme]

    (630) Penultimate Picture Palace, Oxford (1991) . Sample containing about 1081 words of miscellanea (domain: arts)

    Variety
    25 -- 31 MAR SUN -- SAT
    WHAT HAVE I DONE TO DESERVE THIS?

    BNS: Punch

    (631) Punch Publications Ltd, London (1992-01-29/1992-04-08) . Sample containing about 21550 words from a periodical (domain: imaginative)

    It's only a short time to squeeze in eight gramophone records, isn't it?
    Besides , I 'd like to hear what your reaction to Albert Ayler is going to be .
    " Albert who? "

    FCE: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (632) u.p.. Sample containing about 10852 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Their Lordships turn to the first of the orders under appeal, namely the order of Barnett J. refusing to overturn the decision of Judge Cameron not to grant a perpetual stay of the Barclays (Asia) prosecution.
    It is important to emphasise at the outset the magnitude of the task *that (which) * the applicant has set himself by this appeal.

    Although the jurisdiction to stay a pending prosecution is undoubted, it is equally beyond doubt that the discretion to prevent a prosecution from going to trial should be very sparingly exercised.

    G38: Marketing Week January 17

    (633) Centaur Communications, London (1992-01-17) . Sample containing about 15888 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    Sir John, dismounting, (sound-effect of six galvanised buckets rolling down flight of concrete steps) makes his pronouncement.
    " I do not pretend to know .
    But I sure as hell hope that the BBC chairman Marmaduke Hussey is going to tell us, " he proclaims.

    KAU: [Personal letters]

    (634) u.p.. Sample containing about 1908 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    Wishing you every success in your new venture.
    P.S. for grammar on the *program (programme,0.876) * .
    Thank you for your very kind congratulations and thoughts on the birth of ... shall I say, " Thank Heaven for little girls! " (or women, in general!!?)

    H9W: The Lumsden baby

    (635) Roe, C F, Headline Book Publishing plc, London (1990) , 77-223. Sample containing about 42909 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Evelyn paused dramatically and passed a hand over her forehead.
    " They were coming down the *steps (stairs,1.000) * .
    Both of them, Graham and Stella.

    F9Y: Doctor Who: the early years

    (636) Bentham, J, W H Allen & Company plc, London (1986) , 29-207. Sample containing about 44568 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    According to Terry Nation, after " The Dead Planet " went out, he was deluged with phone calls from friends and colleagues, all wanting to know, " What was it? "
    Just what was the object of Barbara's terror that viewers had only seen so far as a suction cup visible through a *round (circular,0.875) * lens cowl ?
    The Dalek machines provided the answer a week later.

    HEV:

    (637)

    Really?
    That sends the water back to the top .
    ... This is what it looks like.

    JY9: Sudden fire

    (638) Oldfield, Elizabeth, Mills & Boon, Richmond, Surrey (1993) . Sample containing about 46354 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " And then, well, although I 'd felt that my outburst at the time of Simon's death had wrecked our relationship, I found myself wondering if there was a chance of rekindling it.
    As soon as I saw you , I knew I hadn't got over you , but I wasn't sure about your feelings .
    He grimaced.

    F9P: Cold War Europe: 1945-1989

    (639) Young, J, Edward Arnold, London (1991) , 1-86. Sample containing about 42862 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    The gravest problems, however, were in Greece where British troops had restored a Royalist government in 1944 and become embroiled in a civil war with a Communist guerrilla movement.
    In early 1947 the British , financially drained , and facing complicated imperial problems in India and Palestine , told Washington that they could no longer provide their traditional *help (assistance,0.954) * to the Greek and Turkish governments .
    The State Department believed that the US must either take on Britain's role as protector of Near Eastern states from Russia, or witness a major advance for Communism.

    CTG: Unigram x

    (640) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 10521 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    The specifications will support toolkits that include, for instance, the ability to create different look and feels, such as OSFotif, Windows or Open Look.
    *DEFENSE_INTELLIGENCE_AGENCY (DIA,1.000) * is currently talking to firms suchas Boulder , Colorado-based XVT Inc , whose interface-independent technology produce a range of different front-ends for applications , including Apple Mac , Windows and Motif .
    In addition, it says manufacturers of multi-port board solutions are considering incorporating the window manager as a whole into their firmware products.

    AYP: [Financial leaflets]

    (641) u.p.. Sample containing about 53481 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    (For an explanation of what Items 1-4 cover, please refer to your policy document.)
    " CARAVAN AND SMALL CRAFT INSURANCE
    Because of the increased cost of repairs, premium rates have had to be increased.

    G01: Captives

    (642) Hutson, Shaun, Warner Books, London (1992) , 163-322. Sample containing about 42995 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Scott reached slowly inside his jacket then pulled the Beretta free and handed it to Hitch, who gripped the automatic in his fist and checked that the magazine was full, slipping it from the butt.
    Satisfied that it was , he slammed it back into place and holstered the *arm (weapon,0.939) * , sticking his own pistol in the belt of his trousers .
    On the dashboard in front of him the radio crackled and he picked it up.

    HV7:

    (643)

    And he started up in the spring and the bucket he 'd been carrying had left a ridge in his hand.
    And me granny to help me ... and he was the land nobody could really find that if you came across it one nasty day well you 're there and you 're kind of stop there if the ... went away .
    And that's what I like .... ...

    KNV:

    (644)

    ... oh yeah that one's ok actually
    That one's wicked
    That one looks good as well.

    K2W: Belfast Telegraph: Foreign news pages

    (645) u.p.. Sample containing about 35696 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    He was discharged after two hours back into police custody for questioning.
    Police said that they seized knives at the Coronation Street house .
    They went to the house around 9am after receiving a telephone call.

    GXF: Chartered builder

    (646) Comm. Directorate Chart. Inst, Ascot (1993-07) . Sample containing about 12141 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Action Plan
    Formally press Privy council to allow the use of membership designations by non-corporate members.CE
    Develop the role of the Institute as a professional body for those involved in Facilities Management.PS

    EUR: Adventures with small animals

    (647) Bishop, Owen, John Murray (Publishers) Ltd, London (1982) , 1-58. Sample containing about 15486 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    As soon as the eggs hatch you will need to provide a plentiful supply of the plant that the caterpillar feeds on.
    Always provide the same kind of plant as that on which the eggs were laid .
    2 Collecting caterpillars.

    G4X:

    (648)

    Yeah there's one from Rick ... ...
    Okay. ...
    Mm.

    HKC: Freemans

    (649) Freemans. Sample containing about 62 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    Progressive dressing for today's woman.
    modern Woman
    All the action and vitality of this season's young fashion.

    A5N: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-14: Gardening pages

    (650) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 2089 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    It is important also to sort out those trees and shrubs that, like rhododendrons, will only thrive on acid soils.
    If you have an alkaline one , forget stewartia , enkianthus , fothergilla and *genus_nyssa (nyssa,1.000) * .
    Most of the acers, including the Japanese maples are perfectly happy in un-acid soils, provided they are reasonably moist.

    H8X: Legacy of love

    (651) Harvey, Caroline, Transworld Publishers Ltd, London (1992) , 173-309. Sample containing about 46650 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    And I didn't think him in the least like the Beast in the fairy tale although his hair and beard need a little trimming perhaps.
    He was very *very and courteous kind*.

    I went to his house and saw his studio and we had tea in his kitchen.

    HRU: Guinness Today

    (652) u.p.. Sample containing about 7493 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: arts)

    There are four stages to the project:
    Vision of Guinness Brewing's future supply chain requirements .
    Discovery of the present supply chain capabilities and the gap between where the company is today and the vision for the future.

    KGN:

    (653)

    ... revolution has already happened, I mean according to this the, the landlord's political power's been smashed
    Yeah .
    and ... I mean this hasn't happened

    A37: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Business section

    (654) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 9948 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    Bid hopes buoyed the price with British Aerospace and Daimler Benz the market's frontrunners.
    BAe refused to confirm or deny any interest .
    The normally grey and staid world of accountancy was enlivened this week by a certain skittishness on the part of Deloitte Haskins & Sells.

    EUU: The City share pushers

    (655) Davidson, Alexander, Scope Books Ltd, UK (1989) , 1-88. Sample containing about 38146 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    After five years, there is no guarantee BES sponsored companies will survive.
    What sort of companies have attracted BES support ?
    There have been some very diverse schemes, including a wine company that after five years would offer investors a taste of the booty.

    AK8: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-12: News and features

    (656) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 2979 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Nor was this transmission accidental.
    Rather , one *admass (public,0.887) * health official wrote : " The fly seeks filth wherever it may be found , setting out from its foul breeding place , it feasts at your privy , and greets you with unwashed lips and unwiped feet in your parlour and at your dining table .
    No one, it seemed, was safe, and these flies provided much the best explanation why children from the most privileged and hygienic households succumbed to infectious illnesses.

    KDU:

    (657)

    so anyway I go into this doctor and I erm please and and all, and I ain't been feeling well and all and this ...
    no I don't like them at all he says , now my doctor had been given me this one
    Why should you sit on the hard one?

    CA1: Kites

    (658) Moulton, Ron and Lloyd, Pat, Argus Books, Hemel Hempstead, Herts (1992) , 10-169. Sample containing about 41235 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    Outdoors, on all kinds of surfaces where the lines can be abraded as they are dragged, in a range of temperatures and exposed to ultra-violet rays, and often made wet from dew in the grass, all the lab tests become suspect.
    Each of these hazards can reduce the tensile strength by several percent .
    Hence the advisability of " playing safe " and allowing a 50 % margin on the quoted strain – and we haven't yet mentioned the weakening factor of the knots!

    HHV: [Hansard extracts 1991-1992]

    (659) HMSO, London (1992) . Sample containing about 437508 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs)

    Moral indignation sits rather uneasily on the hon. Gentleman's shoulders, particularly on this matter.
    The question refers to the Baltic states , not Albania .
    Mr. Flynn

    HD9: [Creative writing: verse]

    (660) u.p.. Sample containing about 858 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: imaginative)

    Published its generative being, thence
    Returned to elemental pristine waste ?
    As incognisant time went rolling by

    CTS: Unigram x

    (661) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 7770 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    It claims 100 packages from the mainframe world have been ported or are on their way, including the likes of Software AG and SAP.
    Sales of MPE/ix are likely to be made primarily into HP's *being (existing,0.956) * installed base , reducing the pressure for those users to change architectures .
    But HP also hopes for sales from heavy transaction processing users, taking advantage of MPE's 20 % to 30 % performance advantage when running commercial TP applications, and from mainframe downsizers, more comfortable with MPE's mature systems management infrastructure when compared to Unix.

    ADW: Libyan politics: tribe and revolution

    (662) Davis, John, I B Tauris & Company Ltd, London (1987) . Sample containing about 39339 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Fewer people had receivers: perhaps one in twenty or twenty-five households in Ajdabiya, and perhaps only one in a hundred in Kufra.
    In Tazarbu in 1979 two *families (households,0.906) * had television sets , with twenty-metre aerials .
    Programmes were mostly serious; entertainment was mostly a cartoon for children (" Sindibad and Ali Baba ") which also had some following among adults; people much enjoyed a Syrian comedy series, and owners of video-recorders would tape it, to replay it for friends and visitors.

    F9S: Contemporary British society

    (663) Urry, J, Walby, S, Warde, A, Soothill, K and Abercrombie, N, Blackwell, Oxford (1993) , 206-329. Sample containing about 42163 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The integration model, in other words, is supplemented and, to some extent contradicted, by an inequality model.
    It is the latter *that (which) * is the main focus of this chapter.

    5.2 Immigration and the Structure of the Black Community

    FLG:

    (664)

    So when you say you went through, what what did you go through before you embarked on on surrogacy?
    Erm , well my particular case was cut and dry , no medical miracles , as I say , could help me because I had lost a baby at six months ... during the labour and ... erm ... in order to save to my life I had a hysterectomy ... so there was no possibility of I V F , etcetera , etcetera .
    Adoption was out of the question in this country ... I think in Grampian region there was four babies for

    FRK: Oliver Twist: Oxford Bookworms edition

    (665) Rogers, R and Dickens, C, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1992) , 1-102. Sample containing about 28284 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    At first the streets were empty, then shops began to open and people started going to work.
    Gradually , the noise and traffic increased , and as they passed through the meat market at Smithfield , Oliver was amazed by the sight and smells of so many animals , and by the *vast (huge,0.836) * crowds of people , all pushing and swearing and shouting .
    But Bill Sikes marched on without stopping.

    BP0: Race of scorpions

    (666) Dunnett, Dorothy, Michael Joseph Ltd, London (1989) , 385-470. Sample containing about 40588 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    You are old for the boy. "
    " Niccolò , my *begum (lady,0.873) * ? said Primaflora .
    " He is old enough to lead armies. "

    H51:

    (667)

    Okay.
    ... Alright .
    ... Now, I've given you some cream to put on ... aswell Anne.

    H4L:

    (668)

    Oh ... something that Dr did you not want to speak to the ... team about John?
    Yes I did .
    They 're on line one. ... ....

    APT: Prague

    (669) Abel-Smith, Lucy and Kotalik, Jiri, John Murray (Publishers) Ltd, London (1991) , 28-137. Sample containing about 39583 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    Originally this enclosed the medieval interior of the cathedral but it was transferred to its present location in 1924.
    Note the mixture of the early Baroque doors of the choir chapel dating from 1639 , with the central modern part of 1929 .
    The organ dates to 1757.

    H8G: Frankenstein: Oxford Bookworms edition

    (670) Nobes, Patrick, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1992) , 1-58. Sample containing about 10123 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    But I am afraid that Henry's death is not the only reason for your sadness.
    Do you still want to marry me , or do you love another woman ?
    You must tell me.

    B15: Environmental scanning and business strategy

    (671) Waters, Judith and Lester, Ray, The British Library Board, London (1989) , 1-111. Sample containing about 24119 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    This kind of information, not that carried in formal reports, forms the heart of the manager's information system.
    The manager develops an understanding of his *surroundings (milieu,1.000) * by piecing together all the scraps of data he can find .
    This generalisation is more applicable to chief executives who must look outside their organisation than to those managers whose job is wholly an internal one.

    K9A: JS Journal

    (672) J Sainsbury. Sample containing about 13416 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Gold Finger
    Yellow looks like being this year's colour -- - the banana does not seem to be able to stay out of the headlines .
    Names after the Arabic for finger, " banan ", this slightly curved tropical fruit has developed from a luxury treat into today's trendy, healthy convenience food.

    FLM:

    (673)

    Okay.
    Can I ask you ... Anne , what your view on advertising is ?
    You say adults should be free to choose to smoke, now do you think the advertisement of tobacco should be permitted?

    HHL: Bishop's Castle Railway Society Journal

    (674) et al and Lucas, Keith, Bishop's castle railway society (1990) . Sample containing about 4600 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    A bus or rapid transit link between Telford Central and Telford Randlay would serve Telford Shopping Centre.
    BR trains on the Welshpool and Hereford lines would call at Shrewsbury South .
    Provision is made for an extension of service from Telford Randlay to Stafford Park (now Madeley Junction) and the Severn Loop line might also utilise the former Severn Valley route through the Gorge with a branch calling at Ironbridge and Jackfield, terminating at Coalport.

    KCY:

    (675)

    go down here, down here, down here ...
    you see it
    Mm, very good, yeah, I was spellbound when I first saw that, saw that about, I think the first time about three years ago ...

    HXR: [article from] European economic integration

    (676) European economic integration.

    Nevertheless, the commitment by the EC in terms of actual resources was still extremely small; ERDF expenditure in 1984, for example, constituted only 0.08 per cent of the EC's GDP.
    Set alongside the regional impact of other EC policies , notably CAP , the ability of the regional funds to make progress towards correcting spatial disparities was severely restricted .
    The CAP, the largest component of the EC's budget, by providing assistance on the basis of output and type of product, was not regionally directed and often worked in the opposite direction to regional policy.

    FCM: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (677) u.p.. Sample containing about 5692 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    There is also substantial affidavit evidence filed by the local authority setting out their concerns and the reasons for them.
    Matters came to a head on 19 June 1991 when the local authority decided to remove the four children for assessment on 26 June , whereupon the foster mother required that they be removed immediately .
    They left the foster mother's home on 19 June, and after a period in a children's home they have been placed with different foster parents.

    A3A: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Editorials

    (678) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 8750 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    My Week: Conjuring tricks with a sewing basket
    By WILLIAM DONALDSON
    The spectacle last week of 400 officers in riot gear running round the Broadwater Farm Estate and finding little or nothing in the way of drugs reminded me of Sir Robert Mark's definition of a good police force as one which employed fewer criminals than it caught.

    A0L: Jay loves Lucy

    (679) Cooper, Fiona, Serpent's Tail, London (1991) , 11-154. Sample containing about 43101 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Pretzels and Mozart.
    Bayberry incense .
    Now look here, you trembling ridiculous creature, listen to me, nothing may happen and that has to be OK too.

    A6B: The savage and the city in the work of T S Eliot

    (680) Crawford, Robert, Clarendon Press, Oxford (1990) . Sample containing about 50030 words from a book (domain: arts)

    " Root " here links the figure in the sheets to a tree from which life has drained, yet soon it will come alive with galvanic motion.
    The resurrection of dead life through the repetition of supposed past actions will be a theme of the poem, and the poem will also be about suggesting a " root " for primitive (which here includes apelike primitive) behaviour through mythological explanation *that (which) * involves the merciless demystification of myth.

    Eliot has learned from his anthropology.

    J59: [Letter concerning control of industrial major accident hazards]

    (681) u.p.. Sample containing about 507 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: world affairs)

    Should you not be able to attend there will be informal discussions with Parish Councils and other groups in the following weeks which will further help the passage of information.
    Yours sincerely , Chief Executive Officer # chosen line 86 among 323 in FLF.txt as 686 th sample (file 686)
    Mm mm.
    I think with erm, I I was brought up in a household where it was ..., completely legitimate to admit to being depressed ... and that you would just have to cope, I think cope perhaps my most
    Mm.

    K29: Belfast Telegraph: Applied Science pages

    (682) u.p.. Sample containing about 2055 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Professor Murray believes the root of the problem lies in a fault with the child's immune cells in the brain.
    If a " schizophrenia gene is involved in the immune response to viral infections , it could explain the persistence of *so_much (such,1.000) * a seemingly disadvantageous gene in the population , he said .
    " Thirty years ago Julian Huxley and Eliot Slater speculated that the reason why the disadvantageous schizophrenia gene was not progressively eliminated from the gene pool was that it conveyed some biological advantage such as resistance to infection.

    AJB: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-08: Applied Science pages

    (683) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 2593 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    Exhibits can be seen by the public in both Horticultural Halls until 5pm today.
    Honey bee hives hit by parasite
    By David Brown, Agriculture Correspondent

    GYL:

    (684)

    Two Area Housing Officers management, erm one Area Housing Officer technical, a clerical
    Mhm .
    and a Neighbourhood Housing Officer.

    A9U: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-13: Business section

    (685) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 7356 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    " We kept the details of our bid extremely tight.
    Our brokers knew nothing until 4pm the day before our announcement .
    By that time the trading had been done. "

    KLS:

    (686)

    Yes, that's what they 're sent to do.
    Mm .
    Cos they've got to be collected on the fourteenth you see.

    CCT: Consumers and credit

    (687) National Consumer Council, London (1980) , 12-110. Sample containing about 39608 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    And although the APR quoted in the above follow-on example is an accurate expression of the cost of the loan, there is a sense in which what the consumer is borrowing is only that £15.87 cash in hand.
    Of course she really owes the whole of the second £30 to the *loaner (lender,1.000) * ; but from the point of view of her budgeting , she is paying £33 in instalments for under £16 in her hand .
    That inaccurate but understandable calculation would make the APR more than 5, 000 per cent – at least a measure of how very little use following-on is to her.

    J0T: Global geomorphology

    (688) Summerfield, Michael A, Longman Scientific & Technical, Harlow (1991) , 32-150. Sample containing about 45973 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    Detailed records of post-glacial uplift have been established for such areas as the Fenno-Scandian Shield and the Canadian Shield from both raised and warped shorelines and gravity data.
    Uplift of the central *part (region,0.899) * of the Fenno-Scandian Shield began about 13 000 a BP and the total uplift since then has exceeded 100 m .
    Though involving less spectacular rates of uplift, crustal unloading by denudation is a far more pervasive process which extends over long periods of time, in contrast to the rather transient effects of deglaciation and evaporation of lakes.

    FYV: Time's arrow

    (689) Amis, Martin, Jonathan Cape, London (1991) , 9-165. Sample containing about 45646 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    As with Auschwitz, no memorial would mark the spot.
    But I wasn't too late .
    I got to see the famous " railway station " – which was a prop, a facade.

    KP5:

    (690)

    That's ....
    I wan na see the Tina Turner Story .
    So do I.

    KGM:

    (691)

    Hooray
    We will now proceed with *schedule (agenda,0.853) * item number six ... report of the policy and resources *commission (committee,0.917) * .
    ... Mr ... the agenda item number six please.

    B35: Tour de France 92

    (692) Channel 4 (1992) . Sample containing about 8355 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    Fewer will finish.
    The Tour makes supreme demands on its competitors .
    It takes them to the limits of physical endurance, then asks for more.

    FC7: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (693) u.p.. Sample containing about 4061 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    402, H.L. (E.)
    Merricks v. Heathcoat-Amory [ 1955 ] Ch. 567 ; [ 1955 ] 3 W.L.R. 56 ; [ 1955 ] 2 All E.R .
    453

    FNW: Black holes and Uncle Albert

    (694) Stannard, R, Faber. (1991) , 3-145. Sample containing about 34061 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    The switch is in front of you. "
    Gedanken scanned the control panel .
    There was a switch she hadn't noticed before.

    K32: Belfast Telegraph: Leisure pages

    (695) u.p.. Sample containing about 64437 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Their goals came in the first half, Scot Sammy Johnston opening his account for the club and
    Dessie Loughery finishing a brilliant move for the second .
    They also missed a second half penalty, stand-in keeper Billy Drake saving from David McCabe after Graham McConnell had been sent off for bringing down Finty McConville.

    B03: The Alton Herald

    (696) Farnham Castle Newspapers Ltd, Farnham, Surrey (1992-04-17) , 1-32. Sample containing about 59362 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    The man she was with – and who has never been traced – is described as aged between 20 and 25, with dark hair and a tanned complexion.
    Unlike the majority of the festival-goers , he was not a hippy .
    Speaking at Bramshott Common, while the TV crew were filming the reconstruction, Sergeant Nickol said: " I am hoping this programme will bring forward something which we can positively work on. "

    J3G: The Environment Digest

    (697) Wright, Martin (ed.) , Environment Publishers Ltd. Sample containing about 13586 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    The code argues that sea transport is one of the least environmentally damaging forms of transport and draws attention to a reduction in marine pollution despite increasing world trade.
    The ICS is a voluntary organisation of national shipowners ' associations representing more than half of world merchant tonnage .
    International Chamber of Shipping, April 1993

    B1W: International finance and developing countries

    (698) Leslie, James, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1987) , 11-118. Sample containing about 37262 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    Some of the surplus might be channelled through financial institutions, e.g. banks and insurance companies, rather than holding direct claims, e.g. share certificates, on other sectors.
    Note , the figures zero out in each year as financial assets and liabilities are opposite sides in the creation of a financial claim .
    In most economies the public sector is invariably a net borrower due to its expenditure being in excess of its tax revenues, so it is thus obliged to issue financial claims, i.e. bank notes and government stock (National Debt) .

    HK7: Quality champagne specially selected for Tesco

    (699) Tesco stores ltd. Sample containing about 685 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    POMMERY & GRENO
    Excellent quality wines of *brilliant (superb,1.000) * elegance and great finesse .
    " Cristal " is the Roederer prestige cuvée, easily recognised by its clear glass bottle.

    CN9: British economic performance 1945-1975

    (700) Alford, B W E, Macmillan, London (1988) , 1-105. Sample containing about 33576 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    In other respects, foreign investment may be essential for the domestic economy.
    It may finance demands for exports either directly or indirectly .
    Substantial investments in distribution systems or overseas plants may be the only means of overcoming barriers which otherwise would make it impossible to reap the full returns from a given technical process.

    B74: New Scientist

    (701) IPC Magazines Ltd, London (1991-02-16) . Sample containing about 38360 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Christopher Roper Belton, Leicestershire
    Good Ideas
    Some years ago you published articles and follow-up correspondence on the problems of the individual inventor.

    J8G:

    (702)

    Oh yes, yeah
    Oh yes , yes
    sold an awful lot of them

    F7J:

    (703)

    Mm.
    Now you've got a real problem here because you just ... er ... you know ... that this is the only room available .
    There's no other committee room available on that Friday.

    A4J: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-11: Gazette section

    (704) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 3744 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    By JAMES PETTIFER
    IN THE EDWARDIAN world in which Patricia Cockburn grew up , writes James Pettifer (further to the Obituary by Richard Ingrams , 9 October) , there were rational certainties : the family bank , as an Arbuthnot ; the Empire , as a source of employment and , in the case of the grandparents , *vast (huge,0.836) * wealth from China ; and within the Empire , the natural world , as something to be explored , revered , loved .
    Only the last survived a long complicated life as a passion, and led to her single-handed revival of the eighteenth-century art of shell pictures, an obsessive pursuit of Irish aristocratic ladies in the time of Sheridan and Goldsmith.

    CLA: Computergram international

    (705) u.p.. Sample containing about 9131 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    The boxes include Windows and NetWare personal computers and two new U6000 Unix System V.4-based departmental uniprocessor servers, the 100 and the 300, 8-slot EISA systems with 192Mb memory capacity and a maximum 2.1Gb disk.
    The model 100 , confusingly divided into the two-slot DT1 and three-slot DT2 , will use an 80486DX2 and be upgradeable to a 300 in the fall .
    The 300 will be Pentium-only.

    CMP: Sharpe's Waterloo

    (706) Cornwell, Bernard, Collins, UK (1990) , 9-127. Sample containing about 42376 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    She would go no further, but just pulled up under the trees, shivering and sweating and blowing.
    Sharpe dragged the big sword free .
    Two green-uniformed Dragoons followed Sharpe into the trees.

    A2D: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-04: Media section

    (707) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 2729 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    The 1989-90 season, which started this month, brought another new prime-time western series, ABC's Young Riders, which tells the story of the Pony Express.
    It also says a lot about modern American *TELEVISION (TV,0.852) * .
    Because the networks believe westerns appeal mainly to middle-aged men, Young Riders has a cast of five pouting young male actors, in an attempt to make a western with " good demographics ".

    HMD:

    (708)

    No I haven't a clue.
    I don't know if he left the King's Troop and went into the First er Regiment Royal Artillery , but erm I went to Germany and of course we just lost contact .
    So it's Tony, last

    G3M: The Licensing (Scotland) Act 1976

    (709) Allan, John and et al, W Green & Sons Ltd, UK (1989) , 1-154. Sample containing about 43542 words from a book (domain: social science)

    She's on her own, you see, in a little flat in South Ken.
    Of course she wants me to come home .
    But whenever I mention it, all he does is send her some marvellous present.

    J77: Commercial leases: tenants' amendments

    (710) Sweet, Robert, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993) , 1-127. Sample containing about 43917 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    The optional words in brackets in subclause 8.1.2 should be included for obvious reasons, and it is suggested that if those words were included then so should the words at the end of subclause 8.1.4 so as to avoid a conflict.
    Subclause 8.1.3 is included as otherwise the guarantor would be released where the tenant surrenders part of the premises .
    8.2 To take Lease following disclaimer If at any time during the Term the Tenant (being an individual) shall become bankrupt or (being a company) shall enter into liquidation and the trustee in bankruptcy or liquidator shall disclaim this Lease the Guarantor shall if the Landlord shall by notice within[ 60] days after such disclaimer so require take from the Landlord a Lease of the Premises for the residue of the Contractual Term which would have remained had there been no disclaimer at the Rent then being paid under this Lease and subject to the same covenants and terms as in this Lease (exceptthat the Guarantor shall not be required to procure that any other person is made a party to the Lease as guarantor) such new Lease to take effect from the date of such disclaimer and in such case the Guarantor shall pay the costs of such new Lease and execute and deliver to the Landlord a counterpart of it This provision is inserted to avoid the fact that a disclaimer of a lease by a trustee in bankruptcy or a liquidator will give rise to the release of the guarantor from the date of the disclaimer.

    ECG: Climber and Hill Walker

    (711) George Outram & Company Ltd, Glasgow (1991-19-19) . Sample containing about 31061 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Meanwhile, he moons around Wales and seeks out what company he can, entertaining his listeners with an unstoppable flow of anecdote and comment about the foibles and farragoes of the climbing world.
    Take a step back , view it from the angles and it becomes a sort of absurdist roman fleuve , a Dada- Climbers with which anyone with a tape-recorder and a gift for transcription would run away with the Boardman Tasker prize .
    I was busy cooking, blissing out on the aroma of cod in a yoghurt and fresh coriander sauce, and wasn't really listening, but through the vapours there penetrated the fact that in Derbyshire they were queuing up recently to do a route on Raven Tor which is " easy 8a, " in order to get into a book which David Jones has assembled on climbers – particularly those who can climb 8a.

    CD6: The Face

    (712) Nick Logan, London (1992-19-19) , 7-109. Sample containing about 36309 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    The real purpose of role-playing games is in providing a healthy alternative for potential child murderers and perverts.
    " Yes , Tommy , you have got friends !
    There's Mumphkin the Leprechaun, Spazzle the Wizard and all the twitchy rabbits of Colostomy Castle! "

    G0C: A cure for unemployment

    (713) Kinnaird, Hugh, Graham-Cameron Publishing, Cambridge (1985) , 1-40. Sample containing about 12618 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    Strangely, it is not only high tax rates that encourage avoidance, for it often occurs where tax rates are as low as 14 %.
    Clearly , governments should take this feature of *human_being (human,0.956) * nature into consideration when formulating tax plans , for it is a sad fact of *financial (fiscal,1.000) * life that as soon as new tax is devised an army of tax-avoidance experts is assembled : Though helpful to the few , they are counter-productive for the country as a whole .
    These experts contribute to throwing the Chancellor's calculations awry, thus directing the major tax burden on to fewer people, who then have to pay more than was originally envisaged.

    CSK: Unigram x

    (714) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 10787 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    It will open a further 20 sites over the next three years, Acer says.
    Pick Systems Inc says it will provide SQL capabilities for the Pick system and offer support for all mainstream operating systems by the end of next year .
    THOMSON-CSF BUYS TELESOFT FROM TELEVERKET AS PRESENT FOR ALSYS

    AN1: LM potencies

    (715) Barker, Robert (ed.) Tomlinson, John, Schore, R M and Dey, S P, The Homeopathic Supply Company, Norfolk (1991) . Sample containing about 16143 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    By the time " Chronic Diseases " had been published, Hahnemann had decided that the remedy should be not only succussed but also diluted before repetition, and he formulated the fifty millesimal scale, in which we have both more succussion (one hundred times instead of ten times) and greater dilution (fifty thousand times insteadof a hundred times as in the centesimal scale) .
    By this method , aggravations were minimised , and this , the last heritage of Hahnemann , is the fifty millesimal potency scale .
    The principle behind the fifty millesimal scale is the raising of the remedy's dynamic strength whilst reducing the duration and intensity of its action by a high degree of dilution.

    F9J: Bookseller

    (716) J Whitaker & sons, London (1993-19-19) . Sample containing about 30099 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Miss Moorehead, however, was kinder in the end than most reviewers: Molly Izzard is an entertaining writer, with a sense of history which Freya Stark would have much appreciated. "
    I would be fascinated to know if these yards of generally disagreeable reviews will in fact sell copies .
    Bad reviews are better than none, they say.

    GVT: The picturegoers

    (717) Lodge, David, Penguin Group, London (1993) , 112-238. Sample containing about 40131 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " I didn't mean that.
    But I don't think you could ever quite understand .
    " Why? "

    FB4: The history of Siberia

    (718) Wood, Alan (ed.) , Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1991) , 1-91. Sample containing about 21975 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    The leader of the Southern Society, Pavel Pestel – executed, not exiled – was the son of the notorious Governor-General mentioned earlier; G. S. Batenkov, himself of Siberian origin, acted as a close personal aide to Speranskii during the latter's governorship; Baron V.I.
    Shteingel was born in Perm on the western edge of Siberia , was raised in Kamchatka and served between 1802 and 1810 in Okhotsk and Irkutsk ; D.I .
    Zavalishin was well travelled in both Siberia and Russian America; and, as James Gibson notes in his own chapter, several of the Decembrists (including the poet, Ryleev, who was hanged alongside Pestel) had connections of one sort or another with the Russian American Company.

    K20: [Central television news scripts]

    (719) Boileau, John (ed.) , Central TV, Abingdon (1993) . Sample containing about 41783 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure)

    The exercise is taking place on a purpose built village on the Central Ammunitions Depot at Kineton.
    The new four million pound training facility has houses , *stores (shops,0.825) * , a hotel , a pub ... even a train station with railway line and train .
    The station's first official passenger was the Duke of Kent ... who in army uniform today officially opened the described as the most advanced anywhere in the world.

    FS8: Sons of the morning

    (720) Curtis, J, Corgi Books, London (1992) , 115-265. Sample containing about 44097 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    I 'll lick you into shape.
    He wondered what made her laugh .
    Protheroe lifted his moustache with a forefinger, as if getting air to his mouth.

    CMW: Unigram x

    (721) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 10765 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    As suspected (UX No 430) , Unix System Labs has licensed Bristol Technology's Xprinter software for SVR4.2.
    Xprinter provides a single Xlib-based X Windows imaging API for software developers so they can add printer support without learning PostScript or PCL commands .
    Software Developers Kits will be licensed as source code or binary through USL, binary through its OEMs and directly as either from Bristol.

    HPJ: [GDA annual report]

    (722) u.p.. Sample containing about 5090 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    The Quadrangle at Ruchill is a 75, 000 sq. ft. conversion of a former paint factory into managed offices and workshops.
    Units are available on flexible leasing arrangements and have already proved a great success .
    EC Directives on food production mean that many Glasgow-based food manufacturers will have to upgrade old premises or build new ones.

    FCY: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (723) u.p.. Sample containing about 3220 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Appeal against conviction.
    The appellant , John Peter Grafton , was convicted in the Crown Court at Snaresbrook , before Judge Owen Stable Q.C .
    and a jury, of causing grievous bodily harm, contrary to section 20 of the Offences against the Person Act 1861, and was sentenced to 18 months ' imprisonment, suspended for two years, and was ordered to pay £1, 500 compensation.

    HCM: The annual report and accounts of the Law Society May 1992-

    (724) u.p.. Sample containing about 4254 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    The Society also communicated with solicitors directly at regional level and on a variety of courses and conferences.
    Both regional offices (in East Anglia and the North West) held successful continuing education courses .
    Media training courses run by the Press and Parliamentary Unit continued to attract in numbers lawyers seeking to improve their publicity skills.

    FMB:

    (725)

    Somewhere where?
    *Someplace (Somewhere,1.000) * in Yorkshire. ...
    Er yes a gas gas gas fired power station ....

    FCP: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (726) u.p.. Sample containing about 5581 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    " Profits arising in or derived from Hong Kong " for the purposes of Part IV shall, without in any way limiting the meaning of the term, include all profits from business transacted in Hong Kong, whether directly or through an agent.
    The *ratepayer (taxpayer,1.000) * was incorporated in Hong Kong on 17 June 1975 and is a subsidiary of another Hong Kong company , HK-TVB Ltd .
    (" TVB ") which makes or acquires films in various Chinese dialects.

    H4E:

    (727)

    that's sore.
    That's going away .
    Well let's

    H84: City of dreams

    (728) Gill, Anton, Bloomsbury Publishing Ltd, London (1993) , 33-153. Sample containing about 43343 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    He made his decision quickly.
    " I accept your help , he said .
    Hope came into Nebamun's eyes, and with it eagerness and desperation.

    CSY: Unigram x

    (729) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 10646 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Outside the financial world, customers in Spain are ignorant of the advantages of fault-tolerant computers, and apart from government and telecommunications bodies, few are interested in Unix either, although this market is growing, according to technological consultant for Stratus Computer Inc, Carlos Morales.
    He says even though his company as been operating in Spain for the past 10 years , it has found it difficult to establish a market there .
    Users know little about fault-tolerant technology in general, he stated, and even less about actual hardware, although Tandem Computers Inc's offerings are somewhat more familiar.

    HTH: Diggers

    (730) Pratchett, Terry, Doubleday, London (1990) , 28-153. Sample containing about 36187 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    The human disobeyed the signs.
    Not only that , it pulled some of them off the gate and threw them away .
    They watched in astonishment.

    FDR: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (731) u.p.. Sample containing about 7411 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    827, C.A.
    APPLICATION
    The applicants, Coventry Newspapers Ltd., (" C.N.L. ") , defendants in a libel action brought against them by David Woodley and Roger Clifford, sought (1) a declaration that C.N.L. were at liberty to receive from Michael Thomas Bromell copies of all such witness statements, notes, notebooks and other documents which had come into existence in the course of an investigation by the Police Complaints Authority into the conduct of David Woodley and Roger Clifford as had been read to or by the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) or had been referred to in open court during the hearing of Reg. v. Bromell (unreported) , 22 June 1992, C.A., on a reference, dated 10 May 1991, of his case by the Home Secretary under section 17 (1) (a) of the Criminal Appeal Act 1968; and/or (2) variation of the implied undertaking pursuant to which Michael Thomas Bromell had received the documents under the order of the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) on 9 July 1991, so as to permit him to disclose copies of all such documents described in (1) above to C.N.L. for the purpose of defending the libel action.

    CDV: The road to Middle-Earth

    (732) Shippey, T A, Allen & Unwin, London (1982) , 103-192. Sample containing about 41402 words from a book (domain: arts)

    But then again, what of Comus and the cockcrow the Younger Brother wishes for? " 'Twould be some solace yet, some little cheeringn this close dungeon of innumerous boughs. "
    It would show there is a world elsewhere .
    Tolkien too might think of the Norse legend of the " Undying Lands ", the Odáinsakr: when King Hadding reached its boundary the witch who guided him killed a cock and threw it over the wall – a moment later he heard the cock crow before he himself had to turn away and go back to mortality.

    HGL: Deliria

    (733) Hall, Albyn Leah, Serpent's Tail, London (1993) , 1-125. Sample containing about 40843 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    I move in closer to Billy.
    Does she know Billy ?
    Has she met him in the Three Pigeons?

    H7C: The election of the Constitutional Convention May 1975

    (734) Knight, James, The Arthur McDougall Fund, UK (1975) , 7-17. Sample containing about 8210 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Non Transferable Votes
    Non-transferable votes numbered 28 , 000 against 36 , 000 in 1973 , a reduction from 5 % to 4¼ % of valid votes .
    Although the turnout was lower those who cast valid votes seemed to be slightly more inclined in this election to express preferences further down the list of candidates than they were in 1973.

    HAW: Winfrith Journal

    (735) u.p.. Sample containing about 4181 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    Very tired but excited that we had covered a third of our journey.
    After a good night's sleep , we arrived at breakfast with about 15 minutes to spare , and eventually set off for Hungary where we were due to stay the night with a Weymouth girl married to a Hungarian and is living in Gyor .
    Apart from getting arrested in Hungary because we apparently missed out the customs post and had driven about 3 miles from the border before being caught by a car and made to return, we arrived safety at Gyor at about 10.30 pm.

    J9F: Bradford Metropolitan Council: meeting

    (736) Sample containing about 3728 words speech recorded in public context

    and those against
    Those against ?
    I 'll give ya a chance.

    CCL: I believe in church growth

    (737) Gibbs, Eddie, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1992) . Sample containing about 38609 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    In this way we can learn more clearly about the strengths of our church in order to improve on them further.
    Information can be gathered by means of a questionnaire *that (which) * new adherents are either invited to fill in themselves, or which can be completed in an interview by one of the church leaders.

    When you have analysed a number of completed questionnaires you will probably discover that the most influential factor in introducing people to your church is the personal invitation of a friend.

    CDH: Hair Flair

    (738) Shaws Publications Ltd, London (1992-19-19) , 4-58. Sample containing about 9767 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Keeping up with the latest hair trends as ever, Wella has just introduced Hair Sets in three variants.
    Simply apply them evenly through towel-dried hair , comb through and set hair as usual .
    The Hair Sets range cost from chemists, supermarkets and stores around the country.

    K79:

    (739)

    Erm ... on page seventy one it says London and the south east shows manufacturing employment still falling ... is it the sin that war, then this would seriously affect the alliance, the, the NATO alliance.
    In other words we were , we were considerably concerned about the extent of the war .
    Now you can see what would have happened if McArthur's advice had, had been followed.

    BM8: Before eureka

    (740) Waterfield, Robin, The Bristol Press, Bristol (1989) , 12-109. Sample containing about 32322 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    As I said, I do not intend to defend this view, but will use it simply as an adornment.
    But if we say that the genius of the Presocratics was to increase the potential capacity of the human mind , so that more could be realised by people , then it is worth *memory (remembering,1.000) * what was going on elsewhere in the world .
    Within the two centuries of the flourishing of the Presocratic enterprise, the Buddha, Zoroaster, Mahavira, Lao Tzu and Confucius lived and died, and Vedantism underwent formalisation.

    CDK: Having it all

    (741) Stoker, Linda, Bloomsbury Publishing Ltd, London (1991) , 13-148. Sample containing about 28793 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    During the first year she didn't have to work nights.
    Now she is in her second year and is expected to become a Registered General Nurse (RGN) .
    Val enjoys her work; her husband, who is a milkman, is able to tie in his shifts with hers at the hospital so that there is always someone to look after the children.

    ARH: Sexually transmitted diseases: the facts

    (742) Barlow, David, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1979) , 1-107. Sample containing about 44200 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    There may be small ulcers on the eyes.
    Rarely the valves of the heart can be involved .
    It should be stressed that this complication is rare, and only a minority of cases go on to develop long-term problems.

    K8U: Capitalism since 1945

    (743) Harrison, John, Glyn, Andrew and Armstrong, Philip, Blackwell, Oxford (1991) , 115-230. Sample containing about 45119 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    By the next day the railways were paralysed and Paris bus stations, metro lines and post offices had been occupied.
    The actors ' trade union demanded the right to decide democratically on what plays to perform .
    French film makers broke up the Cannes festival in solidarity.

    H7A: The Children of Dynmouth

    (744) Trevor, William, Penguin Books, London (1987) , 91-189. Sample containing about 39500 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " You like a cuppa, Mr Feather? "
    Quentin declined the offer .
    The boy was alone in the flat in Cornerways.

    FB3: Studying popular music

    (745) Middleton, R, Open University Press, Milton Keynes (1993) , 3-83. Sample containing about 40194 words from a book (domain: arts)

    The basic materials derive from a harmonic sequence (with melodic elaboration) taken from a cantata by J.S. Bach.
    On the one hand , this typifies the interest in rock/classical fusions shared by many progressive *stone (rock,0.940) * musicians at this time .
    On the other hand, it asks questions about the rock roots of the music: how can such a fusion take place?

    HT6: Tesco cares: a guide to the world around us

    (746) Tesco stores ltd. Sample containing about 2107 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    2 trees-worth of paper and board
    90 drinks cans
    100 food and petfood cans

    F7G:

    (747)

    Yes but ..., that we needn't worry about at this stage I think.
    What for these ?
    For these here?

    FCK: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (748) u.p.. Sample containing about 12831 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    As he declined the invitation, it was therefore unnecessary to consider further what would have been the effect of such a joinder.
    This is not a complete statement of what in fact happened .
    The possibility of involving the prosecuting authorities was canvassed in argument at the ex parte hearing before Buckley J., and, in the event the plaintiffs informed the Director of Public Prosecutions about the appeal to the Court of Appeal.

    CKG: Steam Railway News

    (749) 10A Birkdale Trading Estate, Southport (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 8307 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    This has been completed but they still have to be fitted.
    If all goes well over the previous weekend their namesake " North Downs will be in *live_steam (steam,1.000) * .
    The Children's Weekend offers sideshows, stalls and other attractions, as well as rides on the railway.

    H8Y: Little victims

    (750) Barnard, Robert, Corgi Books, London (1993) , 5-150. Sample containing about 43491 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " 'Fraid so, Corbett.
    Latin's not one of those languages you can teach with tape-recorders and acting *small (little,0.929) * plays .
    You have to drum it into them.

    FDE: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (751) u.p.. Sample containing about 930 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    The child is in what is described as a position of " transverse lie; " with the elbow projecting through the cervix and the head being on the right side.
    There is the gravest risk of a rupture of the *venter (uterus,1.000) * if the section is not carried out and the natural labour process is permitted to continue .
    The evidence of the surgeon is that we are concerned with " minutes rather than hours " and that it is a " life and death " situation.

    CKP: Growing old in the twentieth century

    (752) Jefferys, Margot (ed.) , Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1989) , 1-120. Sample containing about 39345 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The single too are unlikely to have direct descendants, and personal tending is most likely to be done, after the death of a spouse, by daughters or daughters-in-law (Rossiter and Wicks 1982) .
    The Ageing Pensioner
    One other feature of the century's demographic pattern to date needs emphasis.

    ART: The Smiths

    (753) Middles, Mick, Omnibus Press, London (1988) , 3-124. Sample containing about 41129 words from a book (domain: arts)

    The monumental " Blue Monday " became (arguably) the biggest selling record of the year.
    Certainly it was the largest grossing twelve inch of all time , moving Factory Records into worldwide markets they never even dreamed of reaching .
    As far as The Smiths were concerned the importance of this success can not be underestimated.

    GUY: Management: theory and practice

    (754) Cole, Gerald A, D P Publications Ltd, London, 225-360. Sample containing about 41659 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    Sales decline permanently.
    Profits low or even zero .
    Product is withdrawn from the market.

    GVN: Organisation and management in the public sector

    (755) Lawton, Alan and Rose, Aidan, Pitman Publishing, London (1991) , 37-132. Sample containing about 39431 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    the technology is relatively uniform and stable;
    there are routine activities ;
    decision making is programmable and co-ordination and control processes tend to make a tightly structured, hierarchical system possible.

    AJ1: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-07: Religious affairs stories

    (756) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 404 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    The Maharishi has made it clear that his promises of Heaven on Earth are to be taken literally.
    " Cities of the Immortals will be set up by California-based company called the Heaven on Earth Corporation , many of them providing low-cost housing for the Third World .
    There are also plans for a theme park next to Disneyland.

    H88: Mathematics, teachers and children

    (757) Pimm, David, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1988) , 69-182. Sample containing about 39997 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Secondly, even where there is some clarity about the required attributes, there is difficulty in measuring their attainment.
    Thirdly, there are insurmountable difficulties in ensuring equal opportunities for all pupils, regardless of gender, or socio-*cultural and economic background*, because all assessment tasks are bound within a particular context and culture which will inevitably favour some pupils to the detriment of others.

    Finally, pupils who perceive that they are unlikely to be selected for anything which is valued may become disheartened and fail to fulfil their potential.

    EA7: France in the making, 843-1180

    (758) Dunbabin, Jean, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1991) , 223-335. Sample containing about 25531 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Jurisdiction over the peasantry operated on markedly more authoritarian principles; as a result, it was both arbitrary and capable of producing solid financial rewards.
    But most of it had already escaped the princes ' grasp in the tenth *quattrocento (century,0.995) * ; in the course of the *11th (eleventh,1.000) * , it passed squarely into the hands of local castellans , who exacted *library_fines (fines,1.000) * and imposed penalties on their peasants with remorseless vigour .
    Princes derived profit solely from the courts on their own manorial lands or from those areas whose castellans were held in sufficient subordination to render dues to their lords.

    AR9: The Save Britain's Heritage action guide

    (759) Binney, Marcus and Watson-Smyth, Marianne, Collins & Brown Ltd, London (1991) , 7-127. Sample containing about 40036 words from a book (domain: arts)

    The first need in such cases is to make a convincing case for the importance of the house, not only in architectural terms, but as the centrepiece of the park landscape.
    What is at stake is not the creation of a private zone in a public place, but the restoration of a local facility *that (which) * everyone can enjoy.

    The house must be offered for sale on a long lease – which means 125 years – with its immediate gardens and shrubberies: the area, roughly speaking, within the ha-ha, together with the drive.

    AEA: Tomorrow

    (760) Taylor, Elizabeth Russell, Peter Owen Publishers, London (1991) , 52-137. Sample containing about 27586 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    The soundlessness of nature impressed and solaced her.
    She wished to participate in its immutability .
    She wondered, had man lost the faculty to hear nature?

    FUG:

    (761)

    Do you think that variation in pricing strategy will be er contraryto what you 're trying to do interms of your image projection for the brand?
    It could be .
    It could be.

    A1Y: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-03: Home news pages

    (762) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 15707 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    And he told reporters before the meeting: " I support the IRA's right to engage in armed struggle – where it wages armed engagements is a matter for itself. "
    Pressed on the justification for killing non-combatant musicians at Deal , he added : " Your Minister of *Defense (Defence,0.962) * gave the answer to that when he said they were marines first and musicians second .
    Earlier Kevin McNamara, Labour's shadow Northern Ireland Secretary, described his own meeting on Ulster policy as " overshadowed by a man coming to gloat at the scene of one the gravest blows to democracy carried out in these islands: the bombing of the Conservative Party conference ".

    K31: Belfast Telegraph: Business section

    (763) u.p.. Sample containing about 5940 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    This is the first IDB mission to target all four countries and is one of the largest ever from Northern Ireland to Scandinavia.
    The mission began on September 6 with a series of business meetings at Gothenburg in Sweden .
    Enable

    FR1: House of cards

    (764) Dobbs, M, HarperCollins, London (1989) , 197-344. Sample containing about 42338 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Krajewski punched the freeze frame button.
    They both sat there entranced, staring at the *bespectacled and balding face*.

    " And who the hell is he? " muttered Krajewski.

    J44:

    (765)

    I just hope that they aren't completely lost and in particular I 'd just mention the because it's being increasingly used and will be as the bypass comes ... into use because access will be restricted to the, the erm roundabout.
    It's extremely noisy because the surfacing at one stage just didn't take properly for all sorts of reasons ... the traffic along there is increasing quite dramatically and I hope that will be part of those schemes .
    I'm not trying to work something new, it's already around and I just wanted to make sure it's not forgotten.

    AAK: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-22: Foreign news pages

    (766) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 9768 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    In East Berlin, President Mitterrand was more blunt.
    " It is a *government (regime,0.851) * of personal , family power that has no honest reason to remain , he told reporters .
    " I think that the days of this regime, in a Europe in full movement, are numbered.

    H7F: Walking on glass

    (767) Banks, Iain, Futura Publications Ltd, UK (1988) , 11-106. Sample containing about 37526 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Your name is ...? " the young man said.
    " Steven , Grout said .
    " Ah ... that's your first name? "

    JAE:

    (768)

    Yes.
    But if there 're a lot of people have got *guest_nights (evenings,1.000) * you know
    Mm.

    ALF: Disadvantaged rural Europe

    (769) Moore, David, The Arkleton Trust, Langholm, Dumfriesshire (1979) , 1-34. Sample containing about 11362 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    A greater degree of regional self-sufficiency in many basic food-stuffs, especially milk and meat could be encouraged in order to avoid the mounting costs of transporting such commodities over long distances which is now common.
    Everywhere, however, farming would have to be seen in relation to other actual or potential economic activities *that (which) * include tourism, crafts and small scale industry.

    There are many examples of " niche " commodities produced in particular areas and often having a natural or commercial cachet.

    HEW:

    (770)

    Yeah.
    at Royal Ascot erm so that I'm confident he will stay and Mr Pipe is not dead yet .
    That's true.

    CLW: Frameworks for teaching

    (771) Dale, Roger , Robinson, Alison , Fergusson, R (eds.) , Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1992) , 201-299. Sample containing about 38714 words from a book (domain: social science)

    It pinpoints direct and indirect discrimination both within and outside education (Wright, 1984; Spender, 1982) .
    The labels, racism and sexism, are used as summary terms for a very wide range of attitudes, behaviours and institutional processes *that (which) * result in unequal access to material resources and personal dignity and choices.

    Remedial policies again tend to focus upon the school, upon unintentional and institutional discrimination within education.

    FMM:

    (772)

    Have a go at fourteen and sixteen.
    Whilst I sit here and admire your expertise and
    Ha.

    AHL: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-05: Applied Science pages

    (773) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 2552 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    So, gratitude it has to be for the glimpse of a hornbeam's golden rain of catkin pollen in a sheltered copse where, among primroses and the first bluebells, sorrel shows its delicate pink flowers and (useful in salads) triple leaflets, which Saint Patrick used to demonstrate the nature of the Trinity.
    There , too , are the ramsons , the wild garlic whose white petals are *delightful (delicious,0.827) * , the smell less so .
    Indeed, every day brings possibilities of new flowers, some new kind of insect: a fat, steel-blue oil beetle thrusting her way out of the earth to blunder over hedge-bottom debris in search of a slimmer but scarcely less clumsy male.

    K3C: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Foreign news pages

    (774) u.p.. Sample containing about 38633 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    The case continues.
    EVERYTHING in the garden is rosy with a strong hint of green at a nursery .
    The Clwyd Social Services ' Bryn Tirion nursery, Henllan, is thought to be the first in North Wales to use only environmentally-friendly products in all its work.

    K4W: Northern Echo: Foreign news pages

    (775) u.p.. Sample containing about 211369 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    He added: " I had a public debate of this nature in 1983 and it was not a success.
    It was badly distorted in the press .
    Mr Bell said he would spend the campaign " on the doorsteps and in the market-places meeting the people. "

    K3B: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: News and features

    (776) u.p.. Sample containing about 1420 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    But at £10 a bag there is alot at stake.
    The local cockle fishermen resent the newcomers and claim some of them are working beds while also claiming state benefits .
    The visitors have vowed to return this morning and police will be standing by.

    J87: Language and Literature Volume 2 No

    (777) Soyland, John, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993) , 225-227. 3 1993. Sample containing about 977 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Particularly interesting here is his discussion of the distinction between argument and narrative: the first being used to create difference, the second to allow closure.
    It is argued that children are quite aware of the elements of discourse , are able to argue , and to rearrange the sequence of their stories .
    Unfortunately, rhetoric is left out of the discussion until the final paragraph in which a promise is made of things to come.

    CBL: Popular tropical aquarium plants

    (778) de Thabrew, W Vivian, Thornhill Press, Cheltenham (1981) , 25-185. Sample containing about 23152 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    Being a very tall and large plant, it should be given plenty of room, and ideally should be grown as an accent plant.
    Species :
    Echinodorus magdalensis

    JJP:

    (779)

    You 're not ...
    Hidden talents you see .
    It is. ...

    EV4: Literacy

    (780) Cashdan, Asher (ed.) , Blackwell, Oxford (1986) , 17-161. Sample containing about 40775 words from a book (domain: social science)

    (See also Stubbs, 1980.)
    Planning in speech and writing .
    In speech, particularly in informal conversation, we plan at the point of utterance – hence the hesitations, false starts, reformulations and so on that are part and parcel of the nature of speech and that deviate in frequency only when speech becomes either highly formalised (i.e. " frozen ", as Joos (1967) calls it) or highly intimate.

    HRF: Phantom

    (781) Hayward, Anthony, George Weidenfeld & Nicolson Ltd, London (1992) , 001-116. Sample containing about 44837 words from a book (domain: arts)

    Director William Sterling had spotted a Sunday magazine photograph of her taken by Lord Snowdon, arranged to meet her and shortlisted her with two other girls to meet Shaftel; after a couple of screen tests in full costume, she was offered the role.
    Many of the stars were hidden or semi-hidden behind masks , but their costumes were impressive and the sets were stunning , based on the original Tenniel drawings .
    William Sterling, born in Australia, with television experience there and in Canada and Britain, also wrote the screenplay.

    APX: Royal Institute of British Architects Journal

    (782) RIBA Magazines Ltd, London (1990-10) . Sample containing about 29542 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Although Burn showed both originality and ingenuity in his initial designs for the Edinburgh Academy, giving a two-storey building a single-storey façade and an unfluted portico to save on façading costs, others made the Greek revival their own: Thomas Hamilton who developed the basic arrangement of the final design of Burn's Academy into the Royal High School, and William Henry Playfair, Burn's contemporary at Smirke's, whose work showed awareness of the latest developments in Germany.
    In their Doric orders the entasis was the subject of meticulous attention : in Burn's Theseion orders he did not use entasis atall , although its absence is not noticeable .
    Above, ground floor plan of Saltoun, East Lothian.

    ANS: National curriculum English (ages 5-16)

    (783) Department of Ed. & Science, UK (1989-07) . Sample containing about 28115 words of miscellanea (domain: social science)

    17.65 Internal assessment and recording in the secondary school should build on that of the primary school.
    More particularly , *students (pupils,0.951) * should compile a folder of coursework containing writing of a range of types on a variety of *subjects (topics,0.890) * for different and clearly specified audiences .
    In both key stages 3 and 4 they should have the opportunity to present an extended piece of work that has been planned, drafted, revised and polished over a period of time.

    K77:

    (784)

    Oh, I think the story goes on from there, because I don't think though and this is a personal opinion and ... I 'd love the Committee to ... I don't know ... that er I M R O ever did get accounts out of Liechtenstein because a year later ... B I M the ... the ownership of it was transferred from Liechtenstein back to England ... but guess who the ... the, the owner was transfer to a charitable trust, so we've got erm a company that is handling the investment management of seven hundred million pounds worth of pension funds which is owned by a charity and the and the accounts that were given to I M R O and these accounts were given to I M R O a year later, were charity commission er type accounts, which evidently showed something like five hundred thousand pounds in that charitable fund and er ... and no transactions you know, so and that ... company that was running that was the beneficial owner of our investment company ... where all the errors took place.
    Can I , can I just put some other bit of information in front of you as well .
    You mentioned the accounts of the Maxwell Charitable Trust as having five hundred thousand of assets, I saw those accounts for the first time the other day and I found that they had five hundred and one thousand of assets of which er five hundred thousand consisted of ... a purely hypothetical transfer of an asset from a Liechtenstein trust to the U K trust and that asset had no valuation done on it as far as I can make out ... and no reference to any valuation appeared in the accounts, so we actually had B I M apparently owned by a charitable trust on the face of it with figures of five hundred and one thousand of assets, but in practical accounting terms and valuation terms, no evidence that those five hundred and one thousand pounds er of assets had any valuation approaching that figure.

    HDT:

    (785)

    You want to get connected, the meter is fixed, so it's stay warm, don't eat.
    That's Britain today .
    Radical change is needed.

    JSF:

    (786)

    Has the minister indicated Madam Speaker, this is my point of order, whether or not he intends to come before the house to acknowledge the reality of the two tier system and to admit he has been misleading the house. ...
    Order , ... ... ... order , order , the honourable *begum (lady,0.873) * would not expect me to *point_out (comment,0.935) * on something that has been on television , er in something that I I have no er I I didn't even see last night , it's up to the *ministrant (minister,0.875) * whether he wishes to come and make a statement it is really ... not at all a point of order for me .
    Mr Riddock.

    K3T: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Foreign news pages

    (787) u.p.. Sample containing about 23028 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    THE RSPCA has been criticised for bringing two " home alone " court cases, only one of which resulted in a successful prosecution.
    David Sharod said yesterday , after being cleared by magistrates on a charge of abandoning his tropical fish : " It's been a total waste of time and money .
    He walked free after embarrassing the RSPCA by producing a book written by one of its own experts that said it was safe to leave fish home alone for up to two weeks.

    B2B: The Nottingham Graduate

    (788) University of Nottingham, Nottingham (1992) . Sample containing about 2064 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    Sir Charles ' career has included many periods conducting many of the world's major orchestras.
    Iona OPIE , the oral historian of childhood and , with her husband , of many books including Lore and Language of Schoolchildren (1959) , The Oxford Book of Children's Verse (1973) , and A Nursery Companion (1980) , will receive the honorary degree of Doctor of Letters (DLitt) .
    Jonathon PORRITT, campaigner on green issues, will receive the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws (LLD) .

    HE4:

    (789)

    If it can happen in the old gold mining regions, it can happen in the Amazon too.
    It's another piece of evidence suggesting a long term buildup towards a serious mercury crisis .
    For a mercury crisis is not an immediate or indeed a long term worry.

    K4N: Northern Echo: Applied Science pages

    (790) u.p.. Sample containing about 6557 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    A licensing sub-committee made the decision after Tory councillor Edmund Pearson voiced fears about " possible residual effects " on people who have been hypnotised.
    The meeting granted an occasional entertainment licence for internationally famous hypnotist Andrew Newton to appear at Middlesbrough Town Hall on March 27 .
    But councillors agreed to call on expert medical evidence before approving future licences.

    A3N: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Frontpages

    (791) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 6384 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Apart from that, Peter Fallon, her agent and proprietor of the Gallery Press, says there are plans, approved by the estate, to republish Kavanagh " to correct the many errors that appear in many published books ".
    Desmond Egan , an ebullient man known in the enemy camp as Desperate Ego , is confident that he and Dr Kavanagh will win the day .
    " A lot of people fell around the place laughing when they heard about the middle-aged poet bit, " he says.

    GU8: Animal behaviour: a concise introduction

    (792) Ridley, Mark, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford (1986) , 50-176. Sample containing about 43041 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    The male swims rapidly back and forth many times.
    The female , if receptive , responds to this by a " head up display .
    This stimulates the male to lead her to his nest and show her the entrance by pointing his snout into it.

    CSV: Unigram x

    (793) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 11841 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Sun Microsystems Computer Corp has responded to Hewlett-Packard Co's big trade-in programme with up to 40 % trade-in credit for people moving to the new Sparcstation 10odel 30, where Hewlett is offering a maximum 30 % (UX No 420) .
    Hewlett , IBM , DEC and Silicon Graphics kit is targeted .
    VXM EASES SOLARIS MIGRATION EFFORTS

    FPY: In tune with heaven

    (794) Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1992) , 86-214. Sample containing about 43020 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    Among the reasons for this is that girls seem to volunteer more readily for singing and the recruitment of boys is not given priority.
    A particular effort is in any case demanded , to ensure a supply of trebles both for their own *behalf (sake,0.913) * and in order to provide the tenors and basses of the future .
    Boys, more than girls perhaps, face the problem of " street credibility " with their contemporaries because of the public's perception of a church choir.

    ANM: NCT Birmingham Central Branch Newsletter

    (795) u.p.. Sample containing about 27664 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    Please just take my comments as guidelines only but in summary ...
    Registration of Nannies
    The Children's Bill will make it mandatory for nannies who look after children from several families (three or more I believe) to become registered as childminders.

    G4P: `J

    (796) Hammond', interviewer, female

    Yes.
    Er , the question you are now asking , er is really concerned with the *last (final,0.948) * finish of the material .
    Some buyers prefer the grease to be left lying thickly on the grain and the flesh of the leather and ... so that it will gradually be absorbed and also they can then brush it up when they have got the goods, when they are making it up in their workshops.

    JNK:

    (797)

    We need to take the deficit years, with the surplus years, and so, simply because we have a surplus, it doesn't mean to say we can go out and start spending.
    We do need to continue to control our expenditure and to be careful about raising income and where appropriate charging for services .
    One area where the accounts do show some growth, though, is in special projects.

    CC6: [Queen's Park Baptist church magazines]

    (798) u.p.. Sample containing about 4172 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: belief and thought)

    In recognition of the Baptist Missionary Society's bi-centenary celebrations, this month's article is the first of two on the life and work of Dr William Carey whose vision inspired the creation of the BMS and other missionary societies.
    Introduction
    When William Carey was suffering his final illness, he was visited by Alexander Duff, a young Scottish missionary.

    G47:

    (799)

    Aye.
    you know , but
    But this is all over?

    FD8: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (800) u.p.. Sample containing about 9353 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Spiliada Maritime Corporation v. Cansulex Ltd.[ 1987] A.C. 460;[ 1986] 3 W.L.R. 972;[ 1986] 3 All E.R.
    843 , H.L. (E .)
    Theophile v. Solicitor-General[ 1950] A.C. 186;[ 1950] 1 All E.R.

    EVP: Democracy

    (801) Arblaster, Anthony, Open University Press, Milton Keynes (1987) , 1-105. Sample containing about 35904 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    The first is that even if we concluded that a representative democracy was the best that could be achieved under modern circumstances, the idea or principle of representation is far from being fully or effectively embodied in existing political arrangements.
    The second is that , in fact , direct democracy could be a greatdeal more widely practised than it actually is , and that some modern technological developments have made it easier to implement than it might have been a *quattrocento (century,0.995) * ago .
    If, despite that, there is very little direct democracy in most contemporary societies, the reasons for that are political rather than practical or technical: those who occupy positions of power and authority simply do not want it, and actively resist any attempt to bring it into being.

    KBF:

    (802)

    Mm.
    because nine times out of ten
    You found it so?

    HXK: [Article from] European economic integration

    (803) European economic integration.

    This would induce " ... true European firms with regard to such factors as capitalisation, operational management or in terms of the nationality of their directors.
    Efforts to enhance labour mobility and to remove *fiscal and legal obstacles* are necessary conditions for the success of this scenario. "

    To help the less developed member states to adjust to this process the study recommends greater use of the structural Funds.

    FA2: The French Pyrenees

    (804) Sturrock, J, Faber & Faber Ltd, London (1988) , 5-117. Sample containing about 40717 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    Everything in the National Park is protected: conservation here is absolute, you are not allowed even to pick any of the 400 species of wild flowers that grow in the Pyrenees.
    And if you are ever going to see one of the genuine though attested rarities among the local fauna , a bear , a lynx , or an eagle , the Park is the only place you might do so , though there are thought to be fewer than twenty bears still living in the Pyrenees , and only eight pairs of eagles .
    More common are vultures, especially in summer when they fly up from Spain to taste the carrion on the high pastures, and marmots, of which there are now more than 200 colonies after they were reintroduced here in 1948.

    KDA:

    (805)

    Say thirty, to find out how people talk, but a lot
    Quack , quack , quack , quack .
    One of my ... fucking answer ....

    CP5: Computergram international

    (806) u.p.. Sample containing about 6699 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    PICK SYSTEMS LAYING OFF STAFF AND CLOSING OFFICES AGAIN
    Irvine , California-based Pick Systems Inc , which two months ago was hiring back some of its old lieutenants , has up and laid off all its vice-presidents and managers except for its *technology (engineering,0.891) * chief , and will close down all but its Russian and its headquarters operations , Unigram reports .
    The move, a cost-cutting measure Pick has employed several times in the past, halves the company to 30 or so, leaving Pick with its development core and about five salespeople.

    HTY: The pit

    (807) Penswick, Neil, Virgin, London (1993) , 113-257. Sample containing about 43037 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    The rain made the lifting slippery and dangerous.
    " Why did you start digging here ? the Doctor asked .
    Roberts looked nervous but kept a fixed smile.

    K5C: The Scotsman: News and features

    (808) u.p.. Sample containing about 54129 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    These debates, especially the ideological one, are difficult enough for Smith to manage, and they would get worse in Scotland if Clarke was put to the sword.
    They would also be worse than the ruckus stirred up by Clarke's remarks on firstly , the improbability of Labour being able to renationalise a privatised water industry , and *second (secondly,1.000) * , the worthlessness of the Scottish financial industry .
    The first was a mistake which, all politicians will tell you, is easily made and relatively simple to correct with a few carefully worded statements and some abuse of the media.

    J2K: Pragmatics

    (809) Levinson, Stephen C, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1987) , 15-111. Sample containing about 36715 words from a book (domain: arts)

    Some further examples of each kind, organized under the maxims that give rise to them, may help to make the distinction clear.
    *Pass (Let,0.907) * us start with examples of implicatures that arise directly from the assumption that the speaker is observing the maxims , and which simply amplify the cOmmunicated content in restricted ways (the symbol + > may stand for " the uttering of the prior sentence will generally implicate the following ) .
    (21) John has two PhDs + > I believe he has, and have adequate evidence that he has (22) Does your farm contain 400 acres? + > I don't know that it does, and I want to know if it does The first of these provides an explanation for " Moore's paradox ", namely the unacceptability of utterances like (23) : (23) ??

    K9L: Q: The Quality Magazine of ICI Chemicals & Polymers

    (810) ICI. Sample containing about 10084 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    You should first fill in an entry form to your local scheme – forms are available from your line manager.
    The form asks for names of team members , what was the aim of their project , how they went about it and what they achieved .
    Closing date for entries to local schemes will be on the posters which will be displayed throughout C & P.

    B23: Local management of schools

    (811) Gilbert, Christine (ed.) , Kogan Page Ltd, London (1990) , 13-131. Sample containing about 41102 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Another policy would be to enter all students – this might result in eight passes – but a percentage pass rate of only 53 percent.
    Which of the two alternatives represents greater success ?
    And should we consider the third E – economy?

    A7X: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-11-08: Leisure pages

    (812) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 753 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    The dishes he filled seemed indistinguishable to my eye from run-of-the-mill cottage pie except they were rather blacker round the edges than is normal, and they were accompanied by the garnish of a quarter of a raw tomato, two cucumber slices, a sprinkling of cress (or maybe lawn clippings) , and a tired, pre-chewed lettuce leaf without which no British pub meal is complete these days.
    My first suspicion that these chaps were not what they seemed was aroused as I listened .
    Their chat was not of high finance or property.

    B0H: Cabinet

    (813) Hennessy, Peter, Basil Blackwell Ltd, Oxford (1990) , 34-122. Sample containing about 38718 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    by this time it was nearly 1.00 pm.
    Harold summed up by saying the discussion had been *excellent (first-class,0.975) * : the best I have ever heard in this type of gathering .
    Wilson's last remark is truly chilling.

    ED9: Harpers & Queen

    (814) The National Magazine Company Ltd, London (?) . Sample containing about 73820 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    I gasped as I fell.
    " Damn you ! she gasped back , glaring with naked animosity : Get out !
    Get out! "

    J3Y:

    (815)

    Hello, well this week it's the turn of those listeners who've sent in their queries by post and we 'll try and help as many of you as we can.
    Our team is Daphne from Spalding , Fred from Lancaster and Walter from East Kilbride and our first card this week is er , goes back into our own experiences because it's from Gill of West Yorkshire .
    Some of you may remember her because we stayed at her hotel er a little while ago and she has a lovely horse chestnut tree er outside her hotel and since we went it stopped producing conkers.

    GUV: Further education today: a critical review

    (816) Roberts, I F and Cantor, Leonard M, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1986) , 88-184. Sample containing about 43423 words from a book (domain: social science)

    These places would be shared equally between the universities and the public sector colleges so that each would eventually have 375, 000 students, a marked change from the Robbins proportional allocations.
    Of the 375 , 000 in the public sector , which included Scottish institutions as well as those in England and Wales , the polytechnics would be expected to expand to accommodate 180 , 000 students by 1981 .
    The White Paper also recognized publicly for the first time a stark fact that was becoming increasingly obvious: that with the steep decline in the birth rate the number of teachers in training would have to be sharply reduced to avoid a gross overproduction of teachers.

    ALA: The part-time holding

    (817) Grant, J S, The Arkleton Trust, Langholm, Dumfriesshire (1981) , 6-25. Sample containing about 7670 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    The most controversial issue the Association handled was Harris Tweed where there was a sharp conflict between competing commercial interests.
    The Association faced up to the conflict , but lost one of its founder members in the process .
    Although there is some good material in the report on Harris Tweed it stand up less well than some of the others to the passage of time.

    H94: Mask of deception

    (818) Wood, Sara, Mills & Boon, Richmond, Surrey (1993) . Sample containing about 58450 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    She flung a petrified look back at his mother.
    She was clapping , her hands held high as if in triumph , laughter and tears on her unmasked face .
    " What's going on? " she asked hysterically when she stood before Lucenzo.

    CR8: The Economist

    (819) The Economist Newspaper Ltd, London (1993-19-19) . Sample containing about 59225 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    HAVING run for office promising to reinvent everything from health care to youth training, Bill Clinton is now devoting most of his time to reinventing his five-month-old presidency.
    High on his reinvention list is his energy tax , the most controversial part of his budget , which is currently under scrutiny on Capitol Hill .
    The budget aims to tame the deficit with a mixture of $ 150 billion in tax increases and $ 100 billion in spending cuts over five years.

    K21: [Central television news scripts]

    (820) Boileau, John (ed.) , Central TV, Abingdon (1993) . Sample containing about 43137 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure)

    A pressure group's calling for a compensation scheme for people who contract polio from vaccinations.
    At present victims must take their claims to court ... a pressure group says the Government should pay .
    Sheila Brocklebank reports.

    EDN: King Solomon's carpet

    (821) Vine, Barbara, Penguin Group, London (1992) , 1-122. Sample containing about 40226 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    But in Tom's room, when Peter had poured the wine into two mugs and an inch into a glass for her and she had tasted it, she found she liked this wine that had a taste of how elderflowers smell, reversed her decision and asked him to do as he had offered and fill her glass.
    It was a Riesling from Yugoslavia .
    She was experiencing no unwelcome change of consciousness, no lightness in the head.

    GVS: Orchestral technique: a manual for students

    (822) Jacob, Gordon, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1982) , 6-90. Sample containing about 23970 words from a book (domain: arts)

    The Triangle
    This is a metal bar bent into the shape of a triangle and struck with a metal beater .
    It gives a clear metallic ring.

    G0S: Indigo

    (823) Warner, Marina, Chatto & Windus Ltd, London (1992) , 143-268. Sample containing about 43127 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " You've lost your wits, my girl.
    And that will be your punishment .
    Fifteen

    GVM: New Yorkers

    (824) Mowat, Diane and Hutson, S, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1991) , 6-44. Sample containing about 6447 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Come in, " Miss D'Armande called, and Miss Ray came in.
    Yes , it was Rosalie .
    She took off her hat, and Miss D'Armande could see that she looked very tired and unhappy.

    AN2: Know your Land Rover

    (825) Ivins, Robert, LRO Books Ltd, Diss, Norfolk (1991) , 5-88. Sample containing about 35724 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    Forward control and LWB rear have spring pads set further apart than SWB.
    The 109 V8 has constant velocity joints within its hubs .
    SII and SIII have a wider axle than SI.

    JWA:

    (826)

    Agreed.
    Agreed .
    Agreed.

    HGW: Home design

    (827) Gilliatt, Mary, Little, Brown & Company, London (1992) , 8-183. Sample containing about 38105 words from a book (domain: arts)

    The great advantage of starting from scratch in a kitchen is that you can, for very little extra cost, make major improvements by repositioning services (gas, plumbing, electricity) , doors, windows, even walls.
    Since kitchens tend to be positioned at the back of the house , they are often in an ideal situation for extending into the back garden , or knocking through into a corridor or back room to create a more useful space .
    If you are planning major changes to your kitchen, it is worth finding out how neighbours with the same layout have solved the problem.

    JY2: Joy bringer

    (828) Wilkinson, Lee, Mills & Boon, Richmond, Surrey (1992) . Sample containing about 55442 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    You could walk into a canal.
    Or worse .
    Surely you realise that? "

    FPS: Gridlock

    (829) Elton, B, Sphere Books Ltd, London (1992) , 124-297. Sample containing about 39496 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    The clanging made Noddy pause for a moment which allowed Geoffrey to get out into the front path.
    The cool air of freedom hit him , he was going to make it , the crowded street was only a few feet away .
    Toss was just turning in through the gate.

    A4C: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-10: Frontpages

    (830) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 2960 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    More societies are expected to announce mortgage rate increases during the Conservative Party conference this week.
    The Leeds Permanent said yesterday it would announce an increase of atleast 1.25 points " within a day or two .
    Derek Roberts, chief executive of the Yorkshire, said he believed societies which raised their rates by only 1 point would be forced to increase them again to attract savers.

    G1E: Polar ecology

    (831) Stonehouse, B, Chapman & Hall, USA (1989) , 62-197. Sample containing about 40402 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    Where islands beyond the northern limit of pack ice (for example South Georgia) have a rich intertidal flora and fauna, and are ringed by beds of giant kelp Macrocystis gigantea with strands 20-30 m long, those within the pack ice zone have a relatively bare shoreline and restricted sublittoral flora.
    Anchor ice (see above) grows freely from the sea-bed in high latitudes .
    Studying the littoral zone near Palmer Station, on the South Shetland Islands, Hedgpeth (1971) noted considerable seasonal variation.

    CPJ: Computergram international

    (832) u.p.. Sample containing about 7310 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Brooktrout Technology Inc has reported fourth quarter net profits up 5.3 % at $ 601, 000, after $ 140, 000 tax credits this time and $ 272, 000 last time, on turnover up 43.6 % at $ 3.7m; net profit for the year to December 31 was up 84.7 % at $ 1.7m, after $ 456, 000 tax credits this time and $ 402, 000 last time, on turnover that rose 53.8 % to $ 12.4m.
    Net earnings per share fell 15.8 % to $ 0.16 in the quarter , and rose 93.3 % to $ 0.58 in the year .
    Cadence Design Systems Inc has reported first quarter net losses of $ 16.3m, after $ 13.5m restructuring charges, against profits of $ 9.7m last time, on turnover that fell by 21.7 % to $ 79.3m.

    A3V: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-09: Gazette section

    (833) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 4251 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Patricia enjoyed the kind of Anglo-Irish childhood so well described by her lifelong friend Molly Keane.
    She had no formal education at all and was brought up by her paternal *nan (grandmother,1.000) * at Myrtle Grove , Youghal , which had been the home of Sir Walter Raleigh when he was the Governor of Ireland .
    " As a child, " Claud wrote, " Patricia hunted half the day and in the evenings, supine on a board for reasons of deportment, lay drinking Madeira wine and reading The Golden Bough. "

    KAY: [School essays on literature]

    (834) u.p.. Sample containing about 30176 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: arts)

    They had proven that it could be done.
    These books show us a great adventure that only a few people undertake and finish .
    Both books are highly recommended by myself because even if you don't know anything about sailing you will hopefully share the feelings of the crew due to the writing skill of both authors.

    CJ6: Steam Railway News

    (835) 10A Birkdale Trading Estate, Southport (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 11069 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Neville Ward, who with his brother Duncan, has been deeply involved with the projects from the start, outlined the more recent work on the loco.
    " The tyres have been turned at Tyseley and the boxes stripped for inspection .
    We have fully serviced the Timken bearings with support and assistance from both Timken and the Birmingham Railway Museum, " he said.

    HH4: New latitudes

    (836) Healy, Thomas, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1992) , 7-124. Sample containing about 40463 words from a book (domain: arts)

    Yet, the style of Samson is fundamentally different from those texts associated with the writing of popular radical groups.
    Milton adopts a classical tragic high style and models Samson to participate in Renaissance humanist parodia Christiana , the transference of Classical literary principles to Christian settings , a methodology common throughout Europe from the *15th (fifteenth,1.000) * *quattrocento (century,0.995) * onwards especially among neo-Latin writing .
    The poem stylistically asserts its participation in high literary culture, a culture by the 1670s unquestionably associated with a social elite.

    H8R: Selected poems 1957-1981

    (837) Hughes, Ted, Faber & Faber Ltd, London (1982) , 35-235. Sample containing about 26046 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Felt nothing, only
    Tilted slightly .
    O lone

    A8M: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-11-23: News and features

    (838) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 3595 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Opinion polls have been taken by Le Figaro and L'Evenement du Jeudi, with wildly differing results, readers have been encouraged to write and religious leaders of all shades have been called upon to give the benefit of their wisdom.
    Today in France , the Koran is the flavour of the day as specialists dissect its verses and explain the mysteries of Islam to the lay masses .
    Yet it remains that, for the first time in 15 years and since the controversy over abortion, opinions are divided so haphazardly that traditional political alliances have ceased to operate.

    HKX: Keesings Contemporary Archives

    (839) Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1990) . Sample containing about 80415 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    A five-month strike involving tax collectors, customs officers, statisticians and government accounts officers protesting at low wages as wellas at archaic and deteriorating facilities ended in November 1989.
    Fear of the conflict spreading to other ministries, along with memories of a series of strikes *that (which) * Rocard attempted to settle case by case in the autumn of 1988[ see pp. 36707-08], led him to seek a single settlement with public employees.

    In October he announced negotiations to review all civil service wage and career structures dating back to 1946.

    ATA: Women: a cultural review

    (840) Oxford University Press, Oxford (1991-19-19) , 1-97. Sample containing about 36406 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Naomi Sargant, who for the first eight years of Channel 4 as the Senior Commissioning Editor for Educational Programming, talked to Women about her experience of the television industry.
    We began by asking her how she came to be in broadcasting .
    I was working at the Open University as Pro-Vice-Chancellor in charge of student affairs.

    G5P:

    (841)

    okey-dokey, but if it isn't I mean I like me home.
    I'm a home bird .
    That's right.

    K5V: Nucleic acids research

    (842) Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) . Sample containing about 3187 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    This finding strongly suggests that ASFV transcription is carried out by a multisubunit virus-encoded RNA polymerase similar to those of vaccinia virus and eukaryotic cells.
    MATERIALS AND METHODS
    Plasmid clones

    FSH: The fog

    (843) Herbert, J, New English Library, Sevenoaks (1993) , 115-229. Sample containing about 36981 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    The First Officer tried to prise Joe's fingers away from the stick.
    None of them heard the *urgent but discreet tapping* on the locked cockpit door; the Chief Steward was also worried about the direction of their flight.

    Suddenly, in a swift movement, Captain Ennard released himself from his safety belt and rose as much as his cramped position would allow.

    FDA: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (844) u.p.. Sample containing about 12239 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Rule 24 enables a Chancery master taking an account to request a taxing master to tax any items of " costs " comprised in the accounts.
    The request is treated as an order of the court : see note 62/24/1 in The Supreme Court Practice 1991 .
    The effect of these provisions is, in our judgment, that if an account contains items of litigation costs or non-litigation costs the items can be referred to a taxing master for taxation i.e. for the taxing master to decide what amount is recoverable in respect thereof.

    CAD: New Musical Express

    (845) Holborn Publishing Group, London (1991-03-16, 1992-01-9) . Sample containing about 59510 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    But they 're still in trouble.
    The situation is a sad one .
    Especially when indie labels are currently faring better than at any time during their history.

    C98: Fields in the sun

    (846) Sunley, Margaret, Century Hutchinson, London (1991) . Sample containing about 41843 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    So saying he went back inside and banged his door shut behind him.
    " We 're to go down t'village , to t'stables , George told his father , as he retrieved the reins .
    Jonadab's lips set in a straight line and his brows drew together in a frown.

    J84: Language and Literature Volume 2 No

    (847) McCully, Chris, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993) , 148-150. 2 1993. Sample containing about 1379 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    These apparent facts, related to syncretism and phonology, are supported with close reference to relevant alliterative verse texts.
    One important theoretical issue arises from this : Cable's arguments compel him on occasion to scan lines yielding more syllables than the *misspelling (spelling,1.000) * might indicate (p. 79) , and he does confess to an " agnosticism concerning the status of " the text .
    One thing weighs in Cable's favour: his principles do work, and he proves that the usage of final -e in ME alliterative verse is not unsystematic.

    J8Y:

    (848)

    Faith comes by hearing ... and hearing the word of God.
    ... So when they hear this , the apostles back in ... Jerusalem , they send Peter and John down to Somaria for this special purpose ... that they might pray for them , that they might receive the Holy Spirit .
    Now why, why couldn't Philip have prayed for the people?

    BP3: Sainsbury's wine

    (849) Sainsburys (1992) . Sample containing about 6307 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    The law does not allow us to sell alcohol to persons under 18 years of age.
    These *debit_entry (debit,1.000) * and credit cards are now welcome at all our stores .
    Paul Cézanne STILL LIFE WITH APPLIES (1877) Cézanne's still lifes were revered by his contemporaries for their daring painting techniques.# chosen line 342 among 1350 in ABP.txt as 855 th sample (file 855)
    In the course of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries the Law Merchant, apart from maritime law and prize law (see p. 40) , was absorbed into the Common Law; thus the law of such matters as Bills of Exchange came to be part of the law of the land, and came to have a specially English character.
    On the Continent mercantile law is still regarded as something separate from the ordinary law.
    The Admiral, whose office dates from the end of the thirteenth century, has at first no jurisdiction apart from the discipline of the fleet, but in the course of the fourteenth century we find him assuming a jurisdiction to punish crimes, such as piracy, committed at sea, as well as a civil jurisdiction over shipping and commercial matters.

    FRP: The oyster catchers

    (850) Gower, Iris, Bantam (Corgi) , London (1992) , 158-283. Sample containing about 39981 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    He took her arm and guided her awayfrom Joe's house and along the street to the gentle hill leading to the graveyard.
    The graves were planted with a few late roses , the fresh earth like a scar on the land .
    There were no headstones yet for stones cost time and money.

    HVB:

    (851)

    Erm about two or three weeks or something like that.
    Very good .
    What was the rarest one so far?

    GWL: Bookseller

    (852) Uden, Grant, Antique Collectors Club, Woodbridge, Suffolk (1993-19-19) . Sample containing about 25069 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    Yours faithfully,
    Sarah Broadhurst
    Lodge's Rocks House

    CEU: Wings

    (853) Pratchett, Terry, Corgi Books, London (1992) , 13-172. Sample containing about 40975 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Yes, " said Angalo.
    " It's going a bit slow , isn't it ?
    " Only compared to us, " said Angalo.

    HHE: Bishop's Castle Railway Society Journal

    (854) et al and Lucas, Keith, Bishop's castle railway society (1990) . Sample containing about 4389 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    BCRS record their sincere thanks to Mrs J. Preshous for the spare photo-copies of material relating to the BCR.
    Our Hon Secretary has offered to index and catalogue the rest of the SWSHAS material for both Societies to use .
    FROM THE HON SECRETARY's COLLECTION OF QUOTES

    GTD: The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons

    (855) Nicholls, C S (ed.) , Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) . Sample containing about 41129 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Barclay's father gave him 9, 000 Scottish merks (£500) to start on a mercantile career.
    He was apprenticed on 1 March 1698 to John Perry of London (d .
    1718) , a member of the Drapers ' Company since 1686, as the eighth of Perry's sequence of eighteen apprentices.

    HWP: Wycliffe and the Windsor Blue

    (856) Burley, W J, Corgi Books, London (1989) , 7-152. Sample containing about 43883 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    And almost every object in the room seemed to be spattered with multicoloured splashes of paint; while the windows were covered with grime and festooned with cob-webs.
    A *seedy (scruffy,1.000) * orderliness .
    That was how he liked it.

    CGF: Feminism and linguistic theory

    (857) Cameron, Deborah, Macmillan Publishers Ltd, Basingstoke (1992) , 36-128. Sample containing about 36582 words from a book (domain: arts)

    Apart from the general doubts and suspicions this shift away from power may raise in feminist minds, it also raises internal questions for the difference theorists themselves.
    Consider for *case (instance,0.810) * Maltz and Borker's thesis that the problems of mixed sex talk arise out of cultural mismatch rather than power imbalance ; childhood experience has made men and women diverge in their expectations .
    Even the Zimmerman and West finding that men interrupt women can be re-read in these terms.

    CH5: The Daily Mirror

    (858) Mirror Group Newspapers, London (1992-08/1992-10) . Sample containing about 80241 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    I'm not so sure British Bullboy would agree.
    PUP AND AT " EM !
    DAVEY Boy Smith left his 14-year-old schoolfriends to chase girls while he dedicated himself to building up his body in the gym.

    A2T: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-05: Frontpages

    (859) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 2922 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    The favoured strategy so far has been to introduce a cooling-off period before industrial action could be taken.
    Mrs Thatcher has been advised that a complete ban on strikes is not a practical proposition and may *mean (entail,0.895) * a high degree of political risk .
    The Government, however, is likely to press ahead with legislation this autumn which will tighten up the law on secondary action.

    A1H: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-02: Gazette section

    (860) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 3108 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    He was President of FISA (Federation Internationale des Societes d'Aviron) , the world governing body, for 30 years; and most of this body's attitudes and practices reflect the force of his strict, but genial personality.
    Most athletes first encountered him as a voice, bellowing in multi-lingual fury at officials *that (who) * had broken rules or arrangements designed to make racing safer or more fair.

    He was elected to succeed Gaston Mullegg as President of FISA when he was 33 and still competing in the Swiss rowing team.

    ALP: British journal of social work

    (861) Oxford University Press, Oxford (1991-19-19) . Sample containing about 25632 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    In addition, among those for whom a staff member responded only one in twelve of those admitted during the last year of the life was felt to have had a good quality of life during that time compared with nearly half (46 per cent) of those who had been in a home for a year or more.
    One possible explanation for these *discoveries (findings,0.878) * is that people take time to adjust to living in residential homes .
    Another possibility is that those going into residential homes shortly before their death do so in a crisis situation.

    EF9: Ulster Dawn

    (862) Ulster Dawn, Belfast (1991) . Sample containing about 4255 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs)

    On July 24th 1947, Irgun kidnapped two British Army sergeants, Clifford Martin and Mervyn Paice.
    On July 31st their dead bodies were found hanging from eucalyptus trees in a grove in Nathanya .
    Their hands were tied behind their backs.

    J7Y: Language and Literature Volume 2 No

    (863) Downes, William, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993) , 121-128. 2 1993. Sample containing about 3044 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Its explicitness clarifies and deepens interpretative understanding.
    The linguistic theories also create striking alternative contexts for understanding , and explaining other understandings -- - how they might have been arrived at .
    Freeman's account seems to have a number of unfortunate consequences.

    CB7: A sensible life

    (864) Wesley, Mary, Bantam (Corgi) , London (1990) , 94-226. Sample containing about 39515 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " One of the messages is in Russian, " said Hubert, as he came in.
    " I'm not really sure what it says .
    Can Flora be trusted?

    HX0: Scotvec update

    (865) Scotvec, Glasgow (1992/1919) . Sample containing about 16564 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    Lorraine McCaldin
    I want for merit !
    Nancy Douglas recently received the general SVQ at level II in care with merit after attending a course at West Lothian College of Further Education

    KN9:

    (866)

    And Whitfield said, madam ... ...
    simply because , you must be born again .
    As far as God is concerned there is no other alternative.

    G5S:

    (867)

    Now what shall I do with you this morning?
    She had her blood test a few weeks ago .
    Ooh that's right yes, cos we got ...

    KC4:

    (868)

    I shan't be going until about ... lunch time.
    And you 'll be O K ?
    Yep.

    FA6: Gender and subject in higher education

    (869) Thomas, K, Open University Press, Milton Keynes (1990) , 1-80. Sample containing about 37923 words from a book (domain: social science)

    These patterns are particularly marked in the humanities and social sciences, where women are numerically stronger.
    We can also note that few academics are women ; few high-ranking civil servants , managers or politicians are women .
    Despite the growing numbers taking part in higher education, women are still under-represented in the majority of jobs with any claim to status and responsibility.

    D95:

    (870)

    Yeah.
    To turn up , who are not going to Basildon .
    What car they going in?

    H5H:

    (871)

    Oh oh cos I mean they ... ... today they haven't got these what they call are common users on the railway now.
    A common user was er , just an open truck with two doors one each side and they used to put a tarpaulin over the top .
    And then was, is the general way of transport ...

    EEK: Family, work and education

    (872) Reedy, S, Woodhead, M (eds.) , Open University Press, Milton Keynes (1988) , 5-96. Sample containing about 28698 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Yet, at the same time, there has not, in most cases, been a sharp break between one way of life and another but rather a process involving subtle shifts in emphasis, whereby one set of relationships – kin, friends and neighbours – take on new significances in place of or in addition to older or earlier established relationships.
    This brief discussion should also illustrate the point that we have , implicitly , adopted a very broad definition of industrialization , taking the term to include not simply the adoption of new techniques of production (factories and corporations) but also wider and related changes *so_much (such,1.000) * as the development of industrially-based cities , migrations to these cities , the growth of bureaucracies and , perhaps , less tangible changes in values .
    In a more detailed analysis it would be necessary to separate out these different factors and to attempt to assess how each has contributed or is related to changes in the family.

    KD9:

    (873)

    Try and get my shoes ..., I knew they would.
    Bruce !
    Come on!

    AS7: Tales of the loch

    (874) Sandison, Bruce, Mainstream Publishing Company Ltd, Edinburgh (1990) , 1-102. Sample containing about 38218 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Mounting a size 8 Green Highlander, John cast out over the stream.
    At the eighth cast , the salmon grabbed .
    One-and-a-half hours later, and after near disaster with the gaff, the head of which fell off, John Wilson managed to beach the great fish; a salmon of 40lb in weight, the second-heaviest fish ever taken from the river.

    H9M: Rational expectations in macroeconomics

    (875) Attfield, C L F, Demery, D and Duck, N W, Basil Blackwell Ltd, Oxford (1991) . Sample containing about 43910 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    Furthermore, such shifts will have less effect on output the more unpredictable aggregate demand is.
    *Efforts (Attempts,0.922) * to stabilize an economy's real output by systematic manipulation of aggregate demand will fail since , by making aggregate demand predictable , they also render it ineffective .
    Governments should aim to make their policy instruments as predictable as possible so as to minimize confusion and hence undesirable fluctuations in output.

    G16: A nest of singing birds

    (876) Murphy, E, Headline Book Publishing plc, London (1993) , 235-366. Sample containing about 43042 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    I wonder if she 'd say that if she knew I was to blame? he thought.
    Talk about fools rush in .
    I 'll have to learn to mind my own business.

    K2S: Belfast Telegraph: Religious affairs stories

    (877) u.p.. Sample containing about 194 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    The Sunday performance of John's Gospel is scheduled to start at 6.30pm, with tickets available at the door.
    In addition to the two performances , Paul will be holding a Creativity in Worship Workshop on the Saturday at 10.30am .
    The workshop will explore ways in which people can learn to be more creative in their lives and in worship, and once again tickets, priced at £1.50, are available at the door.

    K3F: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Religious affairs stories

    (878) u.p.. Sample containing about 215 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    1975 Radio broadcasts from the House of Commons began.
    1976 Dame Sybil Thorndike , actress , died .
    Medium brushes off church's protests

    J30: The Environment Digest September 1991

    (879) Wright, Martin (ed.) , Environmental Publications Ltd (1991) . Sample containing about 12054 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Conservation: Species
    Roadside wildlife threatened by cutting
    The practice of cutting and spraying roadside verges is destroying valuable wildlife habitats, according to a new report by the Council for the Protection of Rural England, entitled Conservation on the Verge.

    KPM:

    (880)

    Oh!
    It just sounded as though you had .
    Now who was it?

    A6D: Sexual dissidence

    (881) Dollimore, Jonathan, Clarendon Press, Oxford (1991) . Sample containing about 48246 words from a book (domain: arts)

    Even the indignation of satire might assume the same moral perspective as that of the order being challenged, or at least an alternative to it.
    But , as his diaries indicate , Orton's indignation was too anarchic to be recuperated in *so_much (such,1.000) * terms .
    In What the Butler Saw, sexuality, like language, becomes decentred and therefore radically contingent: it not only escapes from, but disorientates the medical and legal attempts to define and regulate it.

    CMC: Warhammer armies: orcs & goblins

    (882) Priestley, Rick, Games Workshop, Nottingham (1993) , 3-97. Sample containing about 41751 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    A Shaman has one piece of mushroom, a Shaman Champion two, a Master Shaman three and a Shaman Lord four.
    Each piece of mushroom can be used once during the game .
    The Night Goblin shaman may consume a single piece of mushroom at the start of any magic phase, before the Winds of Magic are determined.

    FNV: Birdsong

    (883) Faulks, S, Hutchinson, London (1993) , 97-192. Sample containing about 41034 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Hawthorn Ridge, " said the Colonel.
    " That's what they call that .
    We 're attacking on that line towards Beaumont Hamel.

    H9A: Oxford Economic Papers

    (884) Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993-01) , 5-129. Sample containing about 32566 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    There are no longer legal immunities for industrial action aiming to establish or maintain closed shop practices, nor for employer coercion tactics compelling workers to unionize.
    In the USA there is a long-standing *argument (controversy,0.843) * about the effect of right-to-work (RTW) laws , which effectively permit only open *store (shop,0.825) * unions and are in effect in some 20 states .
    The debate centres on the effectiveness of these laws in emasculating unions (via a free rider effect that allegedly makes union organization costly) , thus eroding union wage differentials and encouraging investment.

    AKR: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-15: Foreign news pages

    (885) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 21777 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    A rejection by just one country would force what they hoped to avoid: a renegotiation in a climate of mounting public suspicion.
    Even if Maastricht is ratified intact , the past four months have made it seem backward-looking , or even irrelevant .
    Britain has always said that, despite its plans for union, Maastricht fails to answer the question posed by the end of the Cold War: how to bring the former communist countries into Europe, and expand the EC to include up to 20 members.

    FY2:

    (886)

    It was
    Did you ?
    hand to mouth.

    AKJ: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-15: Arts section

    (887) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 10840 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    With Webb, it is not Turner but the sublimely mountainous paintings of James Ward and Caspar David Friedrich who come to mind.
    The rocky heights seem to speak of the presence of the *God (Deity,0.841) * .
    For a painter in the 1990s to attempt this sort of transcendent landscape is rather startling, and, frankly, I am not at all sure that it comes off.

    F9E: Introduction to the sociology of development

    (888) Webster, A, Macmillan Publishers Ltd, Basingstoke (1990) , 1-128. Sample containing about 42120 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Western politicians and academics courted the leaders of the newly independent states, urging Western backed economic " development. "
    The United States , both militarily and economically strong , played a key role as sponsor of these development programmes .
    Thus, the interest in analysing the details of development was as much a political as it was an academic matter.

    GY6:

    (889)

    Do have a seat Mrs anyway, what can I do for you today?
    Well it's this damn *coughing (cough,1.000) * and cold ... get .
    Still coughing?

    FS5: Sky ray lolly

    (890) Pitt-Kethley, Fiona, Sphere Books Ltd, London (1992) , 9-64. Sample containing about 10419 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    (a ginger-mutant-she from Dungeness) ,
    ran up and piddled through our bannisters
    from three floors up, down on my fresh-washed hair –

    EA3: Literacy in theory and practice

    (891) Street, Brian, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1984) , 17-94. Sample containing about 37377 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Goody, nevertheless, believes that such individuals are more likely to appear and to have scope for challenge in societies with the " technology " of literacy.
    Apart from the " evidence of classical Greece , another main *board (plank,1.000) * of the argument in *favor (favour,0.871) * of this belief is the hypothesis that one is more likely to put together two statements in writing and then compare them than two oral utterances .
    As a result of acquiring writing " one can compare side by side utterances that have been made at different times and places " (1977, pp. 11 – 12) .

    HUM:

    (892)

    But ... I think you can also see the appeal of this to Freud in that time because in the early years Freud's model of the mind, which is really what we 're talking about today, was erm a kind of hydraulic one.
    I mean ... the , the analogy that occurs to me is of a dam holding back a raging torrent .
    The force of repression is like a great dam that holds back the raging torrents of the instincts of the unconscious and allows er some of them through, but others break through in holes, and holes and cracks appear which are the unconscious returning as one ...

    CCV: Cox on Cox

    (893) Cox, Brian, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1991) , 3-112. Sample containing about 39973 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Such attitudes need to be laid open to examination and discussion.
    Moreover people need an informed understanding if they are to evaluate claims about language use *that (which) * are widely made (in the correspondence columns of newspapers, forexample) .

    As far as the effect of knowledge about language on pupils ' own language skill is concerned, it is true that it has been difficult or impossible to show any direct cause-and-effect relation between teaching formal grammar and improved writing performance.

    HHS: Bishop's Castle Railway Society Journal

    (894) et al and Lucas, Keith, Bishop's castle railway society (1990) . Sample containing about 6939 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    Extent – and the BCR Angle
    At its peak in 1866 the track mileage of the broad gauge reached 1040 , with a further 387 miles of mixed gauge .
    It covered most of South Wales west to Milford Haven and north to Llandyssul, in England north to Hereford and Wolverhampton and of course the famous main line all the way to Penzance with its branches.

    CBW: Accountancy

    (895) Institute of Chartered Accountants, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 89827 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    Just a year after chairman Peter Adams and his team completed a £72.5m buyout from Bass and Courage in May 1991 (which between then owned 80 % of the stock) , the group went public.
    The listing was something of a wet blanket -- - half of the shares were left with the underwriting institutions -- - but at least the company had got its listing away .
    A couple of years ago this had looked impossible.

    KP8:

    (896)

    No.
    you do .
    ... Come on.

    J5B: Ecover bio-degradable household cleaning products

    (897) Ecover. Sample containing about 1048 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    It can be used for both machine washes on the wool programme or in hand washes.
    Composition : Coconut oil based cleaner , vegetable oil soap , coconut and palm oil , wood pulp , clay , seasalt , calendula extract , citrus oils .
    HEAVY DUTY HAND CLEANER

    BNT: Punch

    (898) Punch Publications Ltd, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 21241 words from a periodical (domain: imaginative)

    b)
    Britain Will Win ?
    c)

    G0D: Dangerous sexualities

    (899) Mort, F, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1987) . Sample containing about 40844 words from a book (domain: social science)

    " He was late last night for dinner and he's going to be late again to-night. "
    I saw him with that Jones girl , answered his sister Dorothy .
    " She is a new girl in town, very pretty, but terribly bold.

    CM0: The headhunting business

    (900) Jones, Stephanie, Macmillan Publishers Ltd, Basingstoke (1990) , 6-97. Sample containing about 40262 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    The headhunter may well feel that there is a need to bring a more general consulting focus to bear in order to solve the organisational issues before an executive search is undertaken.
    Sometimes the consultant feels that there is so much ambiguity regarding the appointment that it is unlikely to be successful as presently structured .
    There may well be differences of view amongst Board members on the matter of the type of person required and the future role.

    G3A: I believe in the Holy Spirit

    (901) Green, Michael, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1985) , 6-125. Sample containing about 42439 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    For we do not know what to pray for as we ought, but the Spirit itself intercedes for us with sighs too deep for words.
    And he who searches the hearts of men knows what is the mind of the Spirit , because he intercedes for the saints according to the will of God .
    And we know that in all respects he co-operates with those who love God. "

    HSE: Engineering management: Financial control

    (902) Barnes, Martin, Thomas Telford Ltd, UK (1990) , 1-105. Sample containing about 27237 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    Some of the key features of each of these will now be described.
    There are several options for structuring repayment of interest and principle .
    Mortgage.

    ADP: Conversations with Karajan

    (903) Osborne, Richard, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1991) , 2-147. Sample containing about 37578 words from a book (domain: arts)

    To be involved professionally in a thing as creative as this is a great privilege and we have a duty to make it in such a way that we can help bring pleasure and a sense of fulfilment to those who are not so fortunate.
    RO
    Music has the great advantage of crossing the normal linguistic barriers.

    FAG: The making of the English landscape

    (904) Hoskins, W, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1992) , 140-242. Sample containing about 49257 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Steam-Power and Slums
    Water-power in itself created no smoke or *soil (dirt,0.879) * .
    Only where industries used coal directly, like the forges of Sheffield, were towns yet blackened and the air poisoned; and only where they produced " waste " in great quantities, such as in coal-mining, glassworks and chemicals, was the landscape beginning to acquire that sterile covering of " tips ", that were destined to go on piling up until they produced a mountain landscape in miniature; until the vast range of coal-tips around the old town of Wigan, for example, could be sardonically nicknamed the Wigan Alps and be illustrated in later years under that name on picture postcards.

    J6P: Solicitors' partnerships: the law in practice

    (905) Bonney, Charles, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992) , 1-116. Sample containing about 43923 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The acquisition of such a firm by a larger firm with expansion in mind has the advantage to the latter over the opening up of a new branch office of being able to start with an existing client base.
    There may be a corresponding disadvantage in having to accommodate the partners of the acquired firm *that (who) * are unwilling to retire from practice.

    Some continuity of personnel between the new and the old is often welcomed as the most effective means of preserving the loyalty of the clients and maybe the appointment of the sole practitioner or the senior partner of the acquired business as consultant to the new firm for a limited time will be considered.

    HB6: [General Accident miscellaneous documents]

    (906) General Accident. Sample containing about 16062 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    E.g. if a claim for jewellery or valuables exceeds the S.I.
    for Valuables and Portable Possessions , the balance should not be met under the Household
    Contents item.

    A6A: The rock file

    (907) York, Norton, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1991) . Sample containing about 45133 words from a book (domain: arts)

    They knew Van needed an agent and suggested I speak to him.
    These recommendations go on all the time , but they are recommendations and that is all .
    The agent has to make the artist believe he or she can do the job.

    JJC:

    (908)

    Yes erm, we've actually linked with a firm of independent mortgage brokers erm so rather than being tied to a particular building society as most estate agents are erm what they will do is they 'll shop around and tell you which lenders are offering the best terms and particularly good schemes at any one time erm, it's literally free information they simply phone you up and say get some idea of what your salary is and what your requirements are and then they 'll send through some information for you.
    Can I ask our adviser just to give you a free *telephone (phone,0.889) * call ?
    Yeah, erm it certainly wouldn't do any harm, erm I 'd rather not be rung at work if that's alright

    CRP: Photography

    (909) Argus Specialist Publications, Hemel Hempstead (1992-02) , 4-48. Sample containing about 13048 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    The gutters were rich with castoffs flattened and reformed by rain and traffic. "
    TREE PRUNER , NEW YORK , 1951 BY IRVING PENN
    PABLO PICASSO AT LA CALIFORNIE, CANNES, 1957 BY IRVING PENN

    H5V:

    (910)

    No? ...
    No , they wouldn't affect your
    Wouldn't do anything ...

    JT1:

    (911)

    Move on to other topic areas, right?
    . If there are bits that you don't understand and you 're having trouble , give me a *telephone (phone,0.889) * , I think I put my *telephone (phone,0.889) * number on the board , give me a ring at home , give me a ring at Aston or come and see me or go and chat to your friends or go go and look at a text book but if that doesn't help , then come back , right ?
    Don't waste your time.

    KSP:

    (912)

    Okay, you was all quiet until you went
    No , Kev , no .
    I didn't go raargh aargh!

    KB8:

    (913)

    ... who's telling secrets?
    James is telling me a secret
    oh

    JK0:

    (914)

    that's correct
    that's *right (correct,1.000) * ... and it was your suggestion that a contingency fund should be introduced after the Telegraph part
    in nineteen eighty, nineteen eighty nine, yes

    F8D:

    (915)

    it's just a natural reaction, you know
    but I mean how about *small (little,0.929) * Mel , wouldn't pick him up
    It 'd break him

    F75:

    (916)

    ... No.
    ... it's a demonstration and the , the line itself ... is like framed within a frame .
    And I should imagine that the ... light paper's the backing paper and that I've already glued my work on the ... ... paper and my ... my picture is already glued just there.

    A9Y: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-13: News and features

    (917) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 258 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Influential in child psychiatry for over thirty years, Kahn moved into that field from the excellent springboard of general practice.
    He served with distinction in the child psychiatry section of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and was a Founder Fellow of that body .
    His monument in clinical practice was the model child guidance service in the then Borough of West Ham.

    CFR: [Leaflets advertising goods and products]

    (918) u.p.. Sample containing about 23409 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    Branches at: Nottingham, Leicester, Northampton
    ONCE A TREE
    Fine wood products

    HSH: [RSPB new members brochure]

    (919) RSPB, UK (1988) . Sample containing about 6588 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    England Arne, Dorset
    The reserve is reached from Wareham , west of Bournemouth .
    The railway station in Wareham is connected to Stoborough by bus; then there is a three mile walk to the reserve.

    G0F: Sweet dreams

    (920) Frayn, Michael, Penguin Group, London (1976) , 5-136. Sample containing about 45447 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    A lot of people have lost their homes. "
    The moon comes up through the smoke , pale *blister_copper (copper,0.810) * , veined , *tremendous (enormous,1.000) * .
    It's very peaceful.

    G2G: [JFIT newsletters]

    (921) Institutute of Electrical Engineers (1990/1991) . Sample containing about 16163 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    The report reviews Alvey's appropriateness as a policy prescription for the UK IT sector in the 1980's, and assesses its achievements relative to its technical, structural and strategic goals.
    The *decisions (conclusions,0.857) * include lessons for participants , *program (programme,0.876) * administrators and policy-makers .
    A substantial section of the report examines achievements at the level of individual projects and programme sub-areas.

    CU1: Wisden Cricket Monthly

    (922) Wisden Cricket Magazines, Surrey (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 36805 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    It's no surprise I had a frown on my face. "
    Captaincy did advance his own game .
    He was free to bowl much as he pleased, to the fields he preferred, and in the manner he believed in.

    CDY: No enemy but time

    (923) Anthony, Evelyn, Arrow Books Ltd, London (1987) , 5-105. Sample containing about 36956 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Patronizing Pat Farrel, knowing, surely, that he and the Ryans were close relatives on both sides.
    She didn't mean to cry , but tears came so easily these days , and it was so difficult to stop .
    She felt angry and degraded, the child she carried equally despised.

    CAK: New Statesman and Society

    (924) Foundation House, London (1992-04-10/1992-05-15) . Sample containing about 32025 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Gould, always a nimble tactician, has also moved leftwards in the course of his campaign.
    To the great irritation of John Smith's supporters , Gould has presented himself skilfully as the ideas candidate .
    He has certainly beached Smith on the trade union question.

    F72:

    (925)

    If you don't tell us this word now
    First time ... and ... haven't got a word .
    you 're not allowed to speak for the rest of the week.

    CD2: A dark star passing

    (926) Hill, Pamela, Robert Hale Ltd, London (1990) , 7-113. Sample containing about 40953 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Despite everything, Dinah Asshe was not forgotten: in the intervals of pregnancy she was still offered parts.
    She called out " Come in, ofcourse, Nathan, " and the young man entered, holding a bunch of flowers *that (which) * he presented to her where she lay in bed.

    Dinah laughed.

    BPG: The walking diet

    (927) Humphreys, Maggie and Snowdon, Les, Mainstream Publishing Company Ltd, Edinburgh (1991) , 9-116. Sample containing about 22340 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    75 g (3 oz) mushrooms, chopped
    5 ml (1 tsp) chopped fresh thyme
    or 3 ml (½ tsp) dried mixed herbs

    ALT: Charlemagne: founder of the Holy Roman Empire

    (928) Stewart, Bob, Firebird Books Ltd, Poole (1988) , 5-46. Sample containing about 14367 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    This threat was never to be fulfilled, for Godfred was conveniently murdered, and his successor and nephew, Hemming, made peace with the Franks.
    Emperor of the West
    Strictly speaking, the original Roman Empire survived only in Constantinople as the " East Romans ", separate from Rome itself in culture, and, for some periods, in interpretation and practice of Christian religion.

    AHC: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-04: Leisure pages

    (929) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 39523 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    By Colin Gibson
    WHEN Dave Stringer glances across to the Sunderland bench at Hillsborough tomorrow he will have some sympathy for Sunderland's Malcolm Crosby .
    Mr Stringer, 48, began his managerial apprenticeship at Carrow Road five years ago in similar circumstances to those Mr Crosby is facing at Roker Park.

    B1S: Our family has Huntington's chorea

    (930) Slatford, Joy, Graham-Cameron Publishing, Cambridge (1987) , 2-24. Sample containing about 677 words from a book (domain: social science)

    They all joined together to make a group called COMBAT.
    Combat means to fight , and they help each other to fight against this illness , by talking and finding out more about it , and having parties , too .
    HC is not like other illnesses.

    HSR: Exciting new titles in parasitology from Chapman and Hall

    (931) Chapman & Hall, London. Sample containing about 859 words of miscellanea (domain: natural sciences)

    Parasitic helminths which invade the body cavities and tissues of man and animals have developed specialised biochemical adaptations appropriate to this lifestyle.
    The study of their comparative biochemistry is concerned with determining the ways in which host and parasite metabolism differ .
    The application of this information is vital in devising strategies for controlling parasitic infestation.

    J2A: Regulations for programmes of the HCIMA professional qualifications

    (932) HCIMA, England, London (1990) , 1-33. Sample containing about 7941 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    either have worked in the hospitality industry for at least one year in appropriate full-time employment.
    or have undertaken at least 48 weeks of planned and supervised work experience to include a range of significant learning experiences .
    This learning experience must be recorded via a Learning Diary and confirmed by the signature of employer and/or course tutor.

    KB2:

    (933)

    Well she said that you 're going to join up at centre and that Lil, and that Lil so I said to me ...
    That's , I said that's the best ...
    Is Lil gon na join in?

    KBH:

    (934)

    Oh it's Guy's party is it?
    You were singing songs .
    Oh there's Charlotte with her pretty dress on.

    GVH: The modern English legal system

    (935) Gunn, N J and Bailey, S H, Sweet & Maxwell Ltd, London (1993) . Sample containing about 41690 words from a book (domain: social science)

    More changes in 1981 were designed to facilitate further the procedures sothat they could be used by the general public, making arbitration the normal method of settling disputes where the amount of the claim was less than £500, amending the " no costs " rule and amending the terms of reference for the conduct of arbitration.
    The Civil Justice Review recommended that the small claims limit be increased to £1 , 000 .
    Whilst this change has not yet been made, the £500 limit is now calculated without reference to any sum claimed or amount involved in a counterclaim.

    CN2: Safety is no accident

    (936) Tench, William H, Collins, UK (1985) , 1-116. Sample containing about 39990 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    Boeing had done their best to keep tabs on which aircraft had been sold to whom but some were nolonger in service or had been damaged and discarded while one or two had even lost their identity, so that it was difficult to trace where they were and under whose jurisdiction they fell.
    Fatigue fractures , by their very nature , are more prevalent in structures that have been subject to stress over a long period of time .
    One operator will, of course, accumulate flying hours on a particular type of aircraft more rapidly than another and the " high time " aircraft are the most vulnerable.

    C9X: Ideal Home

    (937) South Bank Publishing group, London (1991-04 1991-06, 1992) . Sample containing about 32909 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    So Rita scoured junk shops for second-hand pieces to fill the rooms.
    Fortunately , the couple agree on furnishings and decorations and have the same taste .
    What's more, Bill has had the benefit of 15 years ' experience in roomset photography for his advertising clients.

    FA0: Restructuring Britain: the economy in question

    (938) Allen, J and Massey, D, Sage Publications Ltd, London (1988) , 8-108. Sample containing about 42700 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    However, the level of total exports and of exports of manufactures rose throughout the long boom and the 1970s.
    In direct foreign investment the UK is marked by a high proportion of multinational companies having their headquarters in the country .
    In the other direction, the UK also hosts a high proportion of branches of foreign multinational companies.

    A0X: Woodworker

    (939) Argus Specialist Publications, Hemel Hempstead (1991-08) . Sample containing about 32599 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    The variety is enormous but many can be ruled out in not satisfying all the requirements.
    After a long study, I have concluded that I like chairs *that (which) * have slightly curved rear legs, flairing outwards slightly from the seat both up and down.

    A straight back, sloping downwards, seems more comfortable than a curved back.

    CJU: [Adverts from The Economist]

    (940) u.p.. Sample containing about 24987 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    a minimum of two years ' experience in Medical Information in the pharmaceutical industry.
    an interest in and up to date knowledge of therapeutic trends in modern medical practice .
    experience in dealing with the learned professions and the controlling authorities.

    CG8: Electronic publishing

    (941) John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Chichester (1992-06) . Sample containing about 4106 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    The design issues are well described in[ 3].
    To summarize , the message from document preparation systems is that , although logical objects are desirable , they must be presented in a very simple way if users are really going to use them .
    HYPERTEXT SYSTEMS

    H9P: Sweet death come softly

    (942) Whitehead, Barbara, Headline Book Publishing plc, London (1993) , 79-229. Sample containing about 39955 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " We know now that during Thursday morning he worked in his shirt-sleeves under his overall, because the secretary, Ann, saw his jacket hanging in the lobby here.
    During the afternoon it wasn't here any longer , but Fontaine was in his workroom until after three p.m. accordingto the tea-lady , and the Research and Development bods in the laboratory next door heard his voice raised in Gallic swear words as late as four-thirty , according to the latest information .
    No one saw him come out of his work area after that.

    CRS: Policies for diversity in education

    (943) Swann, W , Booth, T , Masterton, M , Potts, P (eds.) , Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1992) , 112-209. Sample containing about 40250 words from a book (domain: social science)

    She says she does not like housework but she can manage some tasks.
    She can count out and administer her own drugs and explain her own needs during visits to the doctor .
    She is exceptionally good company when she is happy.

    AAW: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-31: Sport section

    (944) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 12409 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    She was succeeded as US champion by Liselotte Neumann, the Swede from a club in Finspang where people put their green fee into a milk churn and just go out and play.
    The third woman of world class is Marie Laure de Lorenzi , who wins everything in Europe but has yet to be persuaded that America is worth a detour .
    She will need to go if she is to take what would seem to be a deserved place in the record books.

    J3X:

    (945)

    Before you go out there are some important safety considerations we should talk about and the first one is personal preparation.
    I think you 're having me on now John .
    This is the Mediterranean so why am I squeezed into this ... number?

    EBX: The Art Newspaper

    (946) Umberto Allemandi & Company, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 52595 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    An annual subscription costs £12.
    Available from SuperReal , 34 Waldemar Ave .
    London SW5 5NA.

    FLK:

    (947)

    Yeah!
    Yeah .
    Yes?

    KS8: Belfast Festival at Queen's 4-23 November 1991

    (948) u.p.. Sample containing about 24833 words of miscellanea (domain: arts)

    The people lost their voice.
    The people are finding their voice .
    Roy Hutchins in " Whale Nation " and " Falling For A Dolphin "

    HDP:

    (949)

    I urge you, support motion three eight two.
    Mr President , I second .
    Motion three eight three, reduced T V licences ... er Lancashire region to move.

    CAX: Polly and the privet bird

    (950) Cartwright, Reg and Cartwright, Ann, Random House Children's Books, London (1992) . Sample containing about 1130 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Everyone was hungry, but there was no food to be had for it had floated out of the village shop and away.
    From her house on the hill , Polly heard the cries of the village in trouble .
    She put on her Wellington boots and once again spoke to the privet bird.

    CNC: Computergram international

    (951) u.p.. Sample containing about 7612 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    The ARM RISC is the chip used by Apple Computer Inc in its Newton Personal Digital Assistant.
    SHL SYSTEMHOUSE TO BUY AST TRANS-ACT LTD TO BUILD ITS UK BUSINESS
    Ambitious Toronto-based systems integrator and facilities manager SHL Systemhouse Inc on Friday announced that it had signed a letter of intent to buy City of London-based banking and financial services systems company AST Trans-Act Ltd.

    K36: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo]

    (952) u.p.. Sample containing about 685 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    " Wrinkled "
    You can even get warts from equipment *that (which) * hasn't been properly disinfected.

    Says Dr Graham-Brown: " The brown belles of today are probably the wrinkled prunes of tomorrow. "

    EA4: Community care

    (953) Philpot, T (ed.) King, J and Bowry, K, Reed Publishing Group, Sutton, Surrey (1993-19-19) . Sample containing about 21147 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    The court action against Neville Mighty, the whistleblower in Islington's children's homes scandal, has been dropped.
    Mighty was sacked last year for alleged gross misconduct after it was claimed he harassed a child and had inappropriate talks on sex with ex-residents .
    He claims he was framed by Islington because he revealed incidents of abuse in the borough's children's homes.

    FPT: Anne of Green Gables: Oxford Bookworms edition

    (954) Oxford University Press, Oxford. Sample containing about 6333 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Gilbert, " she said shyly, " I ...
    I want to thank you .
    It's very good of you.

    CFY: My beloved son

    (955) Cookson, Catherine, Corgi Books, London (1992) , 85-221. Sample containing about 38926 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " What? "
    " It's the heat ; you were nearly asleep , I think .
    Hurry up with that tea there, Maggie!

    CSP: Unigram x

    (956) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 10728 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    INTERACTIVE DEVELOPMENT ADDS NEW SOFTWARE THROUGH PICTURES PRODUCT
    San Francisco , California-based Interactive Development Environments Inc has introduced a new Software through Pictures/Information Modelling product , which enables users at a workstation to analyse and customise *being (existing,0.956) * relational database management systems .
    The tool, targeted at the transaction processing market, enables a developer to prioritise and alter the company database using Structured Query Language statements.

    ALJ: Bad dreams

    (957) Newman, Kim, Simon & Schuster Ltd, London (1990) , 108-207. Sample containing about 29438 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Electrical equipment accumulating around the traditional musical instrument.
    The reflection of a soldering iron in protective goggles as the musical *arms (weapons,0.939) * are forged .
    Variety headlines spin outof the papier maché mist and chart the rise of a career.

    F84:

    (958)

    It's a very difficult name at times to live up to I'm sure because the word Hugh literally means mind or soul ... and it is important that we seek indeed to live up to what our names mean.
    You have certainly applied your mind to the work of the Board and you have encouraged its vision and its direction through your intellectual gifts and *perceptions (perceptions,0.929) * and insights .
    And you've also brought your soul to bear on the work of the Board and the work of the church.

    H5X:

    (959)

    And how 're ... how've you been doing?
    Er , I'm er ... the last er ... five days or so , I've been getting up less .
    Good.

    K4B: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Business section

    (960) u.p.. Sample containing about 11550 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    Early registration figures are also said to be disappointing for the banks and building societies which have set up share shops.
    About 1.1 million people have registered with the share information office and only 700 , 000 with the share *stores (shops,0.825) * .
    But the total number registered is more than four million if existing BT shareholders are included and the sale organisers believe this is a good performance so far.

    A91: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-07: Foreign news pages

    (961) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 2404 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Gallardo had pulled himself up from poverty by sheer force of personality, tapping the electricity lines that ran above the shanty town and reading Marx by the light.
    He was mercilessly tortured , blindfolded and trussed up in a *closet (cupboard,1.000) * for four months , but he refused to break .
    Valenzuela was fascinated by Gallardo's willpower, and as their relationship changed Gallardo established a subtle ascendancy over his young captor.

    C9B: The philosophy of Gandhi

    (962) Richards, Glyn, Curzon Press Ltd, London (1991) . Sample containing about 27819 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    It is this belief in the essential unity of life that underlies Gandhi's feeling of affinity with the animal kingdom and his support for cow-worship.
    For him the cow epitomises the sub-human world ; it is , by its very existence , a plea for justice on behalf of the animal world .
    It is " a poem of pity ".

    KE5:

    (963)

    Bless you
    Ah ?
    Oh wow, amazing ... you going out with or, yeah, no I've got ...

    FC8: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (964) u.p.. Sample containing about 3000 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    A final decision of the proceedings infavour of the party claiming costs from the board is an essential prerequisite of his entitlement.
    I have not thought it necessary to set out the elaborate provisions of subsection (7) which determine when the proceedings are to be treated as finally determined .
    But in construing subsection (1) the mere conjunction of the words " finally decided " and " unassisted party " in a single phrase affords no ground to link the required status of the party with the moment of final decision.

    GT5: The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons

    (965) Nicholls, C S (ed.) , Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) . Sample containing about 32938 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    He was a man of vision, versatility and, in his own engineering field, genius.
    He had no known memorial .
    [Liverpool Town Books, Holt and Gregson MSS, Liverpool Record Office; H. Peet, " Thomas Steers ", Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, vol. lxxxii, 1930.]

    GVA: Language processing in children and adults

    (966) Coltheart, Max and Harris, Margaret, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1986) , 133-252. Sample containing about 42693 words from a book (domain: social science)

    We are not suggesting, of course, that it is not legitimate to study the comprehension of sentences, or of passages which consist of discrete sentences.
    Many illuminating results have been obtained from experiments *that (which) * study single sentences and sententially-structured passages – indeed, the experiments *that (which) * we report in this chapter have done just this.

    However, we want to argue in favourof thinking in terms of something other than a sentence as being the major psychological processing unit; and, as we will see, a more appropriate processing unit is probably the clause.

    KAN: [Report to a sponsor on lecture tour of India]

    (967) u.p. (1976) . Sample containing about 2611 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    My original programme included the week's Workshop in Jaipur and two lectures in Delhi, but in fact I found myself with many more professional engagements than this, through the Indian habit of " cashing in " on one's presence to arrange last minute lectures and seminars, and the Indian tendency to solicit one's opinion of personal research, of Ph.D.
    theses , etc .
    I had been warned of this, and was therefore able to take the extra engagements in my stride, and to enjoy the opportunity to visit varying institutions and talk to people of all positions on the academic scene.

    FYT: After Gorbachev

    (968) White, S, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1992) , 143-239. Sample containing about 41657 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Although it was impossible to describe such a society in a detailed way, some of its main features could and should be indicated.
    Such a socialism, Gorbachev explained, would be a system of " *tangible and true humanism* in which man is really the measure of all things ".

    There would, for instance, be a dynamic and advanced economy with the highest possible labour productivity based upon a variety of forms of property and worker participation.

    CDN: The latchkey kid

    (969) Forrester, Helen, Fontana Press, London (1990) . Sample containing about 41246 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    In total misery, he watched, from the back of the church, the stony-faced widow, flanked by her husband's mother, a surprisingly elegant woman in smart black, and his father, a retired Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer looking tired and grey, as they went through the formalities of the service.
    Absorbed as he was by the sight of a family in grief , a new phenomenon for him , he could not help observing , with some awe , the *big (large,0.991) * number of military men present to *vouch (testify,0.900) * to their friendship with the dead man .
    They sure looked smart, he thought, and from that moment he began to cultivate the straight, dignified bearing which was to be his hallmark in later life; only occasionally did he forget and relapse into his old North American droop.

    CEF: Status: what it is and how to achieve it

    (970) Davies, Philippa, Piatkus Books, London (1991) . Sample containing about 37485 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    Peer group pressure This influence meets psychological needs in that we most of us crave acceptability – we seek to identify with groups to make sense of our world, and we aspire to join other groups.
    We live in a time when television tells us what our world is like and what lifestyles other people have and we can copy .
    Most advertising applies a lot of peer group pressure: if you are the successful executive you 're trying to be, you must fly British Airways rather than the red-eye.

    K47: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Foreign news pages

    (971) u.p.. Sample containing about 18648 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    The men, who were uninjured, were competing in the Isle of Man Midnight Race, an annual event organised by Tranmere Sailing Club, Birkenhead, Wirral.
    Noose handed to dead man's twin
    By Daily Post Correspondent

    A17: Dogs Today

    (972) Burlington Publishing Company Ltd, Windsor (1992-02, 1992-04) . Sample containing about 24085 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    The Dobermann is a smart-looking breed of German origin.
    Standing about 27 inches at the shoulder , the Dobermann is usually black and tan in colour , but can be bred in any of four other colours .
    The breed is currently undergoing a backlash of adverse publicity in light of the Government's ban on " aggressive " dogs, such as the American Pit Bull Terrier and Japanese Tosa.

    K3R: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Applied Science pages

    (973) u.p.. Sample containing about 150 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    But you don't have to swallow the water to become ill.
    *Feeding (Eating,1.000) * fish from infected water is hazardous. # chosen line 1663 among 1724 in AP7.txt as 980 th sample (file 980)
    I remember one day she slapped me across the jaw.
    For hittin ' him.
    Said I was cruel. "

    AMR: The Great Central Railway north of Nottingham

    (974) Kaye, A R, Terminus Publications, Chesterfield (1991) . Sample containing about 8133 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs)

    An earlier view of the sheds circa 1930, showing N4 tank No. 5720 standing in front of the wooden doors.
    G.S. Perrin , Collection
    Three Robinson 2-8-0's awaiting their next turns of duty.

    HJA: [Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh: miscellaneous documents]

    (975) Royal Botanic garden, Edinburgh, Scotland (1985- date marked) . Sample containing about 51696 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    Mouse: no
    Others :
    Software:

    H0P: Optimum conditions for childbearing

    (976) Acsadi, George T F, Internat Planned Parenthood Federation, UK (1986) , 1-97. Sample containing about 33125 words from a book (domain: social science)

    If the sequence of countries or regions ordered by the overall level of infant mortality is assumed to represent the time sequence of the infant mortality transition then, as Fig. 5 (as well as Table 3 for regions or Table A.3 for individual countries) shows, the curve depicting infant mortality by maternal age takes probably a reverse " J " shape at very high levels which, with decreasing levels of infant mortality, changes first to a " U " shape and assumes, finally, the " J " shape at a relatively low level.
    This finding argues for alternative programmes and measures for application among countries and within countries over time .
    While the " U " or " J " shaped relationship of maternal age to child mortality generally prevails, since the survival rate of children up to age five years is determined mostly by the high mortality of infants, it is of less impressive strength in the mortality of children aged 1-4 years than in the incidence of infant deaths.

    HJW: Learn the language in the country

    (977) u.p.. Sample containing about 3816 words of miscellanea (domain: social science)

    On all courses we include a programme of extra-curricular activities either of a tourist nature or professionally orientated.
    ACTIVITIES FOR BOTH SCHOOLS :
    at the International Language Institute, World Trade and Convention Centre – 1800 Argule Street, Suite 800 – HALIFAX – Nova Scotia B3J 3N8 – Canada.

    A70: Best

    (978) Periodical Publishers Assoc., London (1991-04-11; 1991-01-9) . Sample containing about 36648 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Lie on your right side with head resting on your outstretched arm.
    Bend your lower leg slightly to support your spine and raise the other leg slowly to an angle of 45° .
    Hold for a count of eight.

    H9J: Lectures on public economics

    (979) Stiglitz, Joseph E and Atkinson, Anthony B, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Maidenhead (1980) , 200-316. Sample containing about 39439 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    If we go back to the education example, and suppose that the first vote is between L and M, then if the rich vote sincerely L wins, and in the second round H defeats L. On the other hand, if the rich had voted for M in the first round, then M would have gone on to win in the second round.
    The rich group can therefore secure a preferred outcome (M rather than H) by misrepresenting their preferences .
    Such strategic voting has been examined by Farquharson (1969) , Gibbard (1973) , Satterthwaite (1975) , and others.

    J2R: The Environment Digest

    (980) Wright, Martin (ed.) , Environment Publishers Ltd. Sample containing about 15657 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Vitalii Chelyshev, member of the Supreme Soviet and key figure in the Soviet environment movement, has proposed that substantial tax concessions be offered to foreign companies developing green technology.
    The new law , proposed by Chelyshev while addressing the " Meeting *Put (Place,0.817) * Europe conference in Bergen , would mean that firms would be taxed at a maximum of ten percent .
    This compares with tax rates of upto 40 per cent currently in operation in the USSR.

    JAA:

    (981)

    The sun.
    The sun .
    Our sun our star.

    G4R: `J

    (982) Hammond', interviewer, female

    Oh yes, yes, perhaps and, and everybody would, would come up.
    I don't know how much they gave, but I do know that it, it, it came into a, a few hundred pounds *that (which) * is a lot of money in those days you know, when you 're talking about nineteen sixteen.

    But I can't remember what it was because obviously, at that age, you don't bother about money do you like, you know.

    G27: Canoeist

    (983) S T & R J Fisher, Appleford, Oxon (1991-10) . Sample containing about 25369 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    The German was dropped just before the end of the third lap and Andy was again in medal territory if he could hold against fatigue and the heat.
    Coming out of the 4th lap the Russian and Hungarian dropped him and that is how it remained to the *last (final,0.948) * straight , Bohacs eventually taking the *first-place_finish (win,0.833) * but Andy with an unprecedented second bronze , within a minute of the winner and nearly two minutes clear of Bartunek in 4th place .
    A final significance here is that Klementiev's silver medal could possibly be the last ever to be won by the USSR.

    HSN: Plant biotechnology

    (984) Association of Agriculture. Sample containing about 4295 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    Two important international conferences in 1988, which reviewed the progress of techniques and controls, reached the same conclusion.
    This suggests that some previous doubts are groundless .
    Nevertheless, extreme vigilance and monitoring are still needed each time a new product is sanctioned for release into the environment.

    FM7:

    (985)

    I'm going to the party and I'm gon na take a
    I know what it is .
    cat.

    C8N: The chocolate teapot

    (986) Lawrence, David, Scripture Union, London (1992) , 17-96. Sample containing about 18226 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    But you can't do everything all atonce, so start with just one thing – maybe your attitude to teachers, or your willingness to speak up for Jesus: whatever is a problem for you at the moment – and get stuck into sorting that one thing out.
    After a period of time you 'll feel that things have improved a bit in that area (we hope !) , so flick through the book again and start trying to work at another area .
    If you 're normal you won't have enjoyed this book much (!) – but apart from that you will also continue to get things wrong occasionally.

    FC5: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (987) u.p.. Sample containing about 10340 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    On the defendant's appeal to the Judicial Committee: –
    Held , allowing the appeal , (1) that the appropriate means of achieving fairness to an accused with regard to *revelation (disclosure,0.900) * to the *defense (defence,0.962) * of material in the prosecution's possession was a matter to be determined by the particular legislature , executive and judiciary concerned ; that although the Jamaican practice , particularly in relationto inconsistent previous statements , would normally be an acceptable means of achieving *so_much (such,1.000) * fairness it did not extend to every situation in which fairness required the prosecution to make material available to the *defense (defence,0.962) * ; that where the prosecution intended a witness's evidence to be based on his statement to the police and to deviate significantly from his deposition , the prosecution was under a duty to supply the *defense (defence,0.962) * with a copy of the statement before the trial ; and that , therefore , since the deceased's husband and sister had given evidence inconsistent with their statements , and important testimony had been adduced from them which had not been foreshadowed in their depositions , the failure to disclose their statements to the *defense (defence,0.962) * constituted a material irregularity (post , pp. 161H -- - 162A , B , B -- *STANDARD_TEMPERATURE (C,0.855) * , 165C -- E) .
    Reg. v. Maguire[ 1992] 2 W.L.R. 767, C.A. applied.

    HLT: Keesings Contemporary Archives

    (988) Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992) . Sample containing about 41744 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    The posts of Deputy Chief of the General Staff of the Angolan Armed Forces and Chief of the Army General Staff were similarly allocated to UNITA, which subsequently announced the names of its appointees.
    Moco accepted the names but said on Dec. 10 that their official appointment would have to await the full implementation of the 1991 Bicesse Peace Accord [ see p. 38180 ] .
    UNITA withdrawal

    FP8: Cases & materials on constitutional & administrative law

    (989) Thompson, B, Walsh, B and Allen, M, Blackstone Press, London (1990) , 1-70. Sample containing about 35516 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The mother sought discovery of the identity of the informant.
    The NSPCC , an independent body incorporated by royal charter , claimed " *admass (public,0.887) * interest immunity as justifying its refusal to disclose the identity of its informants .
    The mother argued that the society could not rely on this defence as it was not part of the state.

    JXK: The microcomputer, the school librarian, and the teacher

    (990) Herring, James E, Clive Bingley Ltd, London (1987) , 1-118. Sample containing about 35324 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    Will there be a need for workcards, data recording sheets, data disks, maps, atlases, pixel pads or coloured pens to accompany the software?
    Maintenance of data is important in software in which data is created by *students (pupils,0.951) * , for example in some mathematical or economics programs , in viewdata software or in databases .
    In some programs files have to be inverted overnight and this requires the microcomputer to be switched on over a long period of time.

    AL8: Adult education and social purpose

    (991) White, G J and Williams, V, Graham-Cameron Publishing, Cambridge (1988) . Sample containing about 41914 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    An Oxford graduate, Shearman brought skilled professionalism to the role – the first occasion on which the District had enjoyed the benefit of an academically well qualified tutor with experience as a WEA tutor and someone with considerable administrative talents derived from his war service experience.
    Even more important were his sensitivity , tact and diplomacy in an entirely *new (novel,0.940) * situation .
    During his first year, Shearman, in his Morris, established contacts in villages throughout east and north Bedfordshire, holding public meetings, giving evening lectures, conducting short courses all with the objective of creating student groups as nucleii of future WEA branches.

    KCB:

    (992)

    Yeah.
    and ...
    That's what I said, a hundred and ninety pound, I said if you could do my house for that I 'd be laughing!

    FRG: Observing and analysing natural language

    (993) Milroy, L, Blackwell, Oxford (1987) , 68-167. Sample containing about 41752 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Tokens of (E) show a spectacular realizational difference between high-mid variants and low, somewhat centralized variants.
    It had been assumed in the first phase of the research (in the inner-city areas) that considerable variation in length could be accommodated within the standard paradigm by assuming that the feature [ +low ] implied [ -long ] and vice versa .
    But since short high realizations turned up quite frequently, it became apparent that a more complex schema was required.

    HYH:

    (994)

    It's the evidence he gives on oath what matters.
    What happened before is irrelevant .
    Yes?

    EEA: [Potato Marketing Board leaflets]

    (995) Potato Marketing Board, London (1991) . Sample containing about 6560 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    Cooking
    Boiling
    Boiling is a method of moist heat cooking whereby the heat is transferred by conduction.

    GW9: Trail of the octopus

    (996) Goddard, Donald and Coleman, Lester K, Bloomsbury Publishing Ltd, London (1993) , 121-221. Sample containing about 41071 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Angry now, Coleman travelled alone to Chicago on 21 June and, unrepresented, pleaded not guilty to the charge before Chief Judge James B. Moran after waiving a formal reading of the indictment.
    He asked me , " Where's your *lawyer (attorney,1.000) * ?
    [Coleman recalls].

    H4U:

    (997)

    ... Right.
    *Pass (Let,0.907) *'s have a look in and see if your brains are expanding or what's happening in here .
    ... No wonder you 're not hearing so good.

    G0J: Fallen skies

    (998) Gregory, P, HarperCollins, London (1993) , 167-277. Sample containing about 42858 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    She had timed it to perfection.
    Stephen was surprised , when he came into the hall , that Lily came down the *steps (stairs,1.000) * and kissed him .
    She had obviously forgotten the morning's conflict over the bathroom.

    A77: A day in the life of the British Army

    (999) Dewar, Michael, David & Charles Publishers plc, Newton Abbot, Devon (1990) . Sample containing about 40188 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Corporal Fincham and his men are resting – they haven't had a task since they changed the final drive in one of Recce Troop's Scorpions this morning.
    Corporal Bromby's team are on task north of the Antelope Road changing a B81 -- - they should be finished in about three hours .
    " Good, live firing's just stopped and if the last few nights are anything to go by, we 'll be hearing from the battlegroup soon, once their own fitters have had a chance to check out the day's casualties.,

    FXL:

    (1000)

    It's er just what's been happening to a lot of folk, sinus trouble.
    Do you like nice medicine or do you prefer those ?
    Don't know.

    C8M: Champagne

    (1001) Stevenson, Tom, Philip Wilson Publishers Ltd, London (1988) , 15-120. Sample containing about 40131 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    Colluvium Recent weathered material or hill wash transported by gravity.
    Lignite The " brown coal of Germany , a brown carbonaceous material intermediate in character between peat and coal .
    Limestone Any sedimentary rock consisting essentially of carbonates.

    A0E: The seventh Birmingham International Film & TV Festival

    (1002) Enterprise Magazines Ltd, Birmingham (1991) . Sample containing about 15135 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    A ROYAL TELEVISION SOCIETY event inassociation with the Festival.
    In association with The Guardian , the 1991 Festival welcomes to Birmingham international and UK members of the Film Critics Association known as FIPRESCI , who have chosen the Birmingham Festival as the venue for their annual symposium .
    It is appropriate that their 1991 conference takes place in the UK as the president elect of the association is Derek Malcolm, film critic of The Guardian.

    KP3:

    (1003)

    Oh I wasn't there.
    And I was with Deborah he gave me a hard ...
    I wonder how old he is now?

    KDT:

    (1004)

    No.
    Not unless you had a dangerous driving or something with it .
    But er losing your licence always has bothered them, hadn't it?

    HS9: A guide to the new simplified divorce

    (1005) u.p.. Sample containing about 3345 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    APPLICATION UNDER SECTION 3 OF THE DEBTORS (SCOTLAND) ACT 1987
    In terms of Section 3 (3) of the *Debitors (Debtors,1.000) * (Scotland) Act 1987 , I enclose *hereby (herewith,1.000) * a copy of the interlocutor pronounced by this Court on
    Please note that the variation of the time to pay direction comes into effect on the date of this letter.

    ALU: The Chelsea gardener

    (1006) Le Rougetel, Hazel, Natural History Museum Publications, London (1990) , 13-124. Sample containing about 37093 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    The original concept, as Miller set out in the preface, was " to exhibit the figures of one or more species of all the known genera of plants ".
    However , it was considered that this would make it too expensive for the " generality of purchasers and it was confined to " those plants only which are either curious in themselves or may be useful in trades , medicines , etc. including the figures of *so_much (such,1.000) * new plants as have not been noticed by any former botanists .
    Judging by the many Figures covered by the first letter of the alphabet – fifty-eight at the beginning – it can be appreciated that Miller had been justly advised; such expansion throughout the work would have priced it far outside the purse of the " generality " if, indeed, it could have been completed in his lifetime.

    HYF:

    (1007)

    Erm, and we 're doing very well in college.
    So er , and the Chief Executive there would er , I think commit suicide if he , if he brought in less profits than the year before .
    So I'm quite relaxed and they 're attacking the costs aswell.

    JND:

    (1008)

    right
    But erm I felt er are the he did alright because he I don't think he was trying to change the subject he was trying to justify it
    right

    AHK: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-05: Leisure pages

    (1009) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 39486 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    When the Knights first took over the island on their expulsion from the eastern Mediterranean, they saw it as a penitential desert exile.
    It is still not beautiful , but extremely interesting , with notable monuments .
    On Swan's Art Treasures Tour of Malta we mixed culture with more basic sight-seeing, taking in not only the great prehistoric temples of Gigantia, the stupendous fortifications and baroque architecture of Valletta and the numerous modern churches with their vast, red domes, but also the Blue Grotto, a performance of Mozart's Requiem in the oldest theatre in Europe, and a botanical garden.

    HBX: AES Tuition Noticeboard

    (1010) u.p.. Sample containing about 1431 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    Your choices were: easy to follow, straightforward
    YOUR COMMENTS
    More Self Assessment Questions

    H8E: Financial markets and institutions

    (1011) Howells, P G A and Bain, K, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1990) . Sample containing about 32889 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    Since operational balances were previously only a very small proportion of deposits, this addition to both in the ratio of 1: 1 must raise the overall ratio.
    The bank is then free to expand its lending until the ratio again falls to the critical level .
    What is the difficulty?

    CC9: [Queen's Park Baptist church magazines]

    (1012) u.p.. Sample containing about 7851 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: belief and thought)

    Pray that they would know the gentle touch of our Lord in their lives in the coming days.
    Fridays
    Pray for all those training for the mission field at the Glasgow Bible College or the Scottish Baptist College, that they would be anointed for their task and that they would not lose their first love of Jesus Himself as they study scriptures.

    HTG: Clubbed to death

    (1013) Dudley Edwards, Ruth, Victor Gollancz Ltd, London (1993) , 40-158. Sample containing about 46879 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Would that have been Buffy Strangeways? "
    " Oh dear !
    I remember that, " said Glastonbury.

    CSJ: Unigram x

    (1014) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 10242 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    All ship only with Open VMS initially: the shade of Ken Olsen still hovers, and if you want OSF/1 Unix, you 'll have to wait until March.
    An advanced developers kit will be available for Windows NT from December or January .
    Some 500 applications for Alpha machines are available now, and over 2, 000 will be released in the near future by 1, 000 or so software developers.

    KCH:

    (1015)

    Yes it would be nice if we were, we got rid of that.
    Put it in the
    Then I can

    CAR: Orkney: a place of safety?

    (1016) Black, Robert, Canongate Press plc, Edinburgh (1992) , 9-103. Sample containing about 38076 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The Action Committee launched an appeal for funds.
    At the very first meeting in St Margaret's Hope village hall they had asked for monetary pledges , at the second meeting in the local school they said it was time to call in those promises and start counting the cash .
    If each family was to have the services of a senior and a junior counsel, the costs would be enormous, and at that stage no one knew what the position would be regarding the question of Legal Aid.

    D90:

    (1017)

    The Hawsfield Road is er is er three hundred and fifty people.
    Yes .
    Children, erm.

    J6V: Damages for personal injury and death (5th edition)

    (1018) .

    Provisional damages
    1.26 Some of the risks have been taken out of the system of " onceand for all compensation by s32A of the Supreme Court Act 1981 (Appendix B) and the corresponding s51 of the County Courts Act 1984 .
    They deal with awards of provisional damages where the plaintiff proves or the defendant admits that there is a chance that the plaintiff's health will change or will get worse because he may develop a serious disease or suffer a serious deterioration in his mental or physical condition.

    F73:

    (1019)

    sixty watt, two hundred and sixty watt from ...
    well if you get three amps we can have that er , that ...
    manage it to go from

    HY2: Markets and dealers

    (1020) Leslie, James, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992) , 85-109. Sample containing about 13090 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    d) Frankfurt am Main: Deutsche Terminbörse (DTB)
    The DTB became operational on 26 January 1990 with traded options on fourteen German stocks .
    It is a fully computerised exchange which enables dealers to conduct their business via display screens linked to a central computer rather than by open outcry on a trading floor.

    CAT: Punch

    (1021) Punch Publications Ltd, London (1992-01-29/1992-04-08) . Sample containing about 20411 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Nor will I forget your failure to understand why I kept my priapic self concealed in you – evenwhen love's urgency had receded.
    Well , my doe-eyed ingénue , it was an act of simple kindness and consideration : I didn't want to frighten the mares ...
    However, an honourable mention must go to Caroline Bainbridge of Northolt, Middlesex, who used suitably passionate pink notepaper.

    ADK: Making an impact

    (1022) Thomas, Harvey and Gill, Liz, David & Charles Publishers plc, Newton Abbot, Devon (1989) . Sample containing about 37205 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    If you can drive an articulated truck to the main floor from the street outside, you know you 're in business.
    (That's a good point at the Bournemouth International Centre !)
    Be specific in checking out a venue's own audio-visual equipment.

    J14: Preventing mental illness

    (1023) Newton, Jennifer, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1988) . Sample containing about 41187 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The former clinic patients with anti-social behaviour were considerably more often diagnosed by the research psychiatrists as having a sociopathic personality than were the comparison group.
    They were also slightly more often diagnosed as suffering from alcoholism , schizophrenia , hysteria and chronic brain syndrome .
    They did not have a higher rate of manic depressive illness or anxiety neurosis.

    FXH:

    (1024)

    Oh well ... wouldn't even bother dusting them.
    Oh I'm being got at , aren't I ?
    Aye.

    A41: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-09: Frontpages

    (1025) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 2525 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Backing is being sought from influential colleagues including Sir John Kingman, Vice-Chancellor of Bristol University, who was president of the RSS until earlier this year, and Professor Peter Moore, former principal of the London Business School, the current RSS president.
    Neither was prepared to discuss the plans with The Independent .
    Sir David is assured of the support of Sir Claus Moser, newly-elected President of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, Warden of Wadham College, Oxford, and a former head of the Government Statistical Service from 1967 to 1978.

    HTU: The suburban book of the dead

    (1026) Rankin, Robert, Corgi Books, London (1993) , 103-264. Sample containing about 48045 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " I'm driving already. "
    The cab thrashed along the alleyway , mashing dumpsters and scattering bums from central casting .
    Big sparks sprayed off the brick walls and tyres screamed on the wet pavements.

    HWY: [Prospectus]

    (1027) Henley Management College, England (1993) , 1-23. Sample containing about 8028 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    Strategic Management for the Board – a two-day action based briefing for experienced board members requiring the opportunity for their strategic plans to be challenged by both their peers and leading authorities in strategic leadership.
    The Directors ' Workshop -- - a three-day business review workshop for directors of medium size companies run in conjunction with the Institute of Directors .
    Company Human Resource Policies – a two-and-a-half-day programme for those directors concerned with human resources and with responsibility for leading strategic change.

    EBB: Action

    (1028) World Assoc for Christian Comm (1991-07/1993-02) . Sample containing about 6000 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    This paradigm does not work with a radio talk in the morning.
    The situation does not fit in .
    The " congregation " is in bed, in the bathroom, in the loo, munching breakfast or in traffic jam.

    EDM: Women in engineering: a good place to be

    (1029) Kirkup, G and Carter, R, Macmillan Publishers Ltd, Basingstoke (1990) , 21-121. Sample containing about 41207 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Abigail found that being black meant that for her there was an even smaller group of people who she felt understood her problems:
    Early in my career I was aggressive , cold nosed , and it was managing the *family (household,0.906) * and managing my career and doing all these things together .
    And I found that talking to women about the frustration of doing all these things, sharing ideas with them, was a help.

    B2N: How Miranda flew down Puddle Lane

    (1030) McCullagh, Sheila, Ladybird Books Ltd, Loughborough (1991) , 4-44. Sample containing about 934 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    He saw Miranda.
    " Fly through the air , *small (little,0.929) * mouse ! cried the Magician .
    " Fly through the air – and you 're back in the square! "

    G4H:

    (1031)

    But you've got to think carefully whether, about whether discretionary management is really erm what you want.
    In the sense that you've got no control over your portfolio atall , and it's just invested and they give you a statement .
    Er,

    KB4:

    (1032)

    Hairy minge
    yeah you can imagine looking through the book .
    Oh look, hairy minge

    FDD: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (1033) u.p.. Sample containing about 14261 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    A decision was made that the delivery should be by Caesarean section.
    Shortly afterwards Miss T. told the midwife that she did not want a blood transfusion .
    Immediately afterwards Dr. F. saw Miss T. and said " Do you object to blood transfusions? "

    KNH:

    (1034)

    Well it's nice it's a nice part of the world.
    Yes it ... *someplace (somewhere,1.000) * it's nice Doctor , it is .
    But er Torquay's

    KAT: [Creative writing]

    (1035) u.p.. Sample containing about 3676 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: imaginative)

    A large black dog in the middle of the waste-ground dined out on discarded chips.
    A young man walked across the derelict site and hesitated as he reached Tony's car .
    Tony wound down his window and asked,

    KRK:

    (1036)

    Absolutely, and all of these things ... all of these things could, potentially, be at risk if everybody starts running away doing their own thing.
    mhm .
    Bob Morgan, from the Liberal Democrats.

    F9R: A compass error

    (1037) Bedford, S, Virago Press Ltd, London (1993) , 53-168. Sample containing about 39899 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    He was an all-change-is-for-the-worse man.
    " Anna didn't have to go to her museums alone , there were plenty of young men and older men hanging about .
    Anna was quite a flirt in those days, Mr James insists on that, it is quite the hardest part to imagine.

    EVK: Nutshells: constitutional and administrative law

    (1038) Hogan, Greer, Sweet & Maxwell Ltd, London (1990) , 1-92. Sample containing about 36523 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Note the expansion of the Duty Solicitor Scheme and the provision of Free Legal Advice to facilitate this.
    Even where there is an absolute right to legal advice , the suspect can be questioned before that advice is given if he consents , or where , to wait , would cause unreasonable delay or hindrance .
    Solicitors may be present during the suspect's interview but the Code says that they may be asked to leave if their conduct prevents the investigating officer properly questioning the suspect.

    HX5: [Annual report]

    (1039) Napier Enterprise Centre, Scotland, Edinburgh (1993) , 2-21. Sample containing about 8264 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    in conjunction with the Educational Development Unit " pilot " induction courses for new academic staff.
    Aim to present a *last (final,0.948) * proposal to Principal's Committee by end of 1994 ;
    develop and establish a staff development workshop/information in co-operation with the Library and the Educational Development Unit.

    JY8: The stolen heart

    (1040) Browning, Amanda, Mills & Boon, Richmond, Surrey (1992) . Sample containing about 55294 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    With a sob she tore her mouth from his.
    " No !
    No more! " she cried, but Travis didn't seem to hear her.

    J2T: The Environment Digest

    (1041) Wright, Martin (ed.) , Environment Publishers Ltd. Sample containing about 14190 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    The area was controlled by the Sovietast German company Wismut.
    Described as a " state within a state , any contact with outsiders , including letters to relatives in West Germany were forbidden .
    Even the scant health records that were kept show 7, 000 miners to have contracted lung cancer.

    APV: Cleaning professional kitchens

    (1042) North, Rae, Cresta Publishing Company, Liverpool (1985) , 1-90. Sample containing about 37396 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    To enable full use to be made of a machine materials used in the food environment need to be " dishwasher proof ".
    Alternative washing agents may be used to reduce corrosion to aluminium .
    " Sterilising " sinks: These are heated sinks usually in combination with a washing sink and thermostatically controlled to maintain a temperature of at least 82°C.

    JNH:

    (1043)

    The international flavour of our work was much in evidence at the first John Hopkins ' International Fellow Inthralenthropy Conference held in London in July.
    We contributed to the *program (programme,0.876) * of this major event , jointly sponsored by the charities , Aid Foundation , and the John Hopkins University , Baltimore .
    Now let me for just a few minutes, look forward if that's not too presumptuous for a chair who is moving out.

    KNF:

    (1044)

    Yes.
    Well ... well actual fact , unless it's done , the security's fitted at the time of *industry (manufacture,0.931) * you can actually serious damage the framing .
    And I wouldn't suggest you, you tamper with it, er, because if you do damage the framework of it you've got no redress from the company.

    J9S:

    (1045)

    Or is it something which just has to be considered as part of the planning process?
    When you 're dealing with a specific proposal .
    Mr?

    A7W: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-11-08: Home news pages

    (1046) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 25255 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Since becoming an MP, he has used his acute brain and mischievous wit to ridicule Tory MPs.
    His trademark is an endless supply of baggy designer suits , but his modernity belies an old fashioned belief in diligence and grasp of detail .
    Favour was first bestowed upon him by Mr Kinnock in l987 when he was appointed to the policy review group on democracy for the individual and the community convened by Roy Hattersley.

    AHW: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-06: News and features

    (1047) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 830 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Its report, based on interviews with 140 income support claimants by Bradford University researchers and the Family Service Unit charity, claims mothers regularly go short of food to ensure their children have enough, and that parents scrounge clothing from relatives or turn to charity or loan sharks.
    Nearly all interviewees claimed they had been forced to cut down on food and fuel and many reported ill health .
    Miss Fran Bennett, the group's director, said the report showed the " scale of deprivation among claimants " and challenged the main political parties to put tackling poverty at the top of their agendas.

    FE2: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (1048) u.p.. Sample containing about 27250 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    The two decisions are Reg. v.Lawrence (Alan) [ 1972] A.C. 626 and Reg. v. Morris (David) [ 1984] A.C. 320.
    The question has given rise to much debate in subsequent cases and in academic writings .
    The facts of this case are that the defendant, Edwin Gomez, was employed as assistant manager at a shop trading by retail in electrical goods.

    A6F: Thatcherism and British politics

    (1049) Kavanagh, Dennis, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1990) , 209-319. Sample containing about 38851 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    A unitary system, the sovereignty of Parliament usually wielded by a one-party majority, Treasury control of national finance, the absence of a written constitution or a Bill of Rights which courts can use to challenge the government, and the idea that extra-parliamentary party organs are merely " handmaidens " of the parliamentary party all bear witness to this centralization.
    It has proved convenient for Conservatives and Labour parties and will probably continue to be so as longas one of them holds office .
    The central issue in British politics has not been how to curb the elective dictatorship but how to capture it.

    KGP:

    (1050)

    No.
    No .
    Erm, I was talking to er, a young man this morning.

    JP1:

    (1051)

    They buy six X R J T four three forties.
    Oh do they ?
    It ain't worth worrying about to be honest mate.

    FEX: The vitality diet

    (1052) Stewart, Alan and Stewart, Maryon, Thorsons Publishers, UK (1990) , 7-229. Sample containing about 34333 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    This is a whole subject in itself, which we have already mentioned.
    There are many foods that are commonly not well tolerated , and the basic structure of the diet is not only to remove the calorie-rich foods that cause obesity , but also those foods that are commonly not tolerated .
    In the long run, you are best to avoid or severely limit those foods to which you are intolerant.

    A7T: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-11-08: Business section

    (1053) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 8720 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    In contrast, food retailers were supported ahead of today's interim statement from Sainsbury, but Iceland Frozen Foods plunged 39p to 280p as Hoare Govett and at least two other brokers downgraded their forecasts.
    There was excitement in the merchant banking sector during the afternoon as talks between Morgan Grenfell and BZW broke down .
    Morgan Grenfell shares, up 14p to 485p before the news, dropped immediately to 430p, before bouncing back almost as quickly to close unchanged at 468p.

    JJG:

    (1054)

    I still remain convinced, that the, that the contract that we wrote, and, and, and we undertook ... remains the right
    I don't know where Mr get's his ideas from .
    But there nd we undertook ... remains the right

    HC2: CA News

    (1055) u.p.. Sample containing about 24149 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    More significantly, only a fifth believe lawyers should not involve themselves in the general running of other people's businesses and just three per cent that they are currently too aggressive in selling their services.
    While clients therefore would like to see their lawyers being more proactive , helping them to foresee ways round particular hazards before they arise , the difficulty seems to be in how to do it .
    In one of the supporting in-depth interviews, one respondent said: " We have one lawyer whom we contact once a month on average for disputes or land deals and so on and another one who specialises in debt collecting who may be chasing about 20 customers at any one time.

    BML: Children as readers

    (1056) Spink, John, Library Association Publishing Ltd, London (1989) , 1-95. A study. Sample containing about 38317 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Donald Fry (1985, p.83) raises another value in reading rubbish.
    One of the young readers in his study , Joanne , is reading James Herbert's horror book , The rats , and he comments that The rats is trash ; but from the practice of reading trash a reader can still derive experience of fiction applicable in later reading .
    It is often in popular fiction that we see most plainly the conventions that writers handle and readers learn, and where literary competence begins to be developed ".

    F9N: Cloak of darkness

    (1057) MacInnes, H, HarperCollins, Glasgow (1982) , 7-131. Sample containing about 41922 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    About another matter.
    Highly sensitive .
    But immediate. "

    B1P: A companion to local history research

    (1058) Campbell-Kease, John, A & C Black (Publishers) Ltd, London (1989) , 275-364. Sample containing about 39453 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Life and Labour in England 1700-1780 by R.W. Malcolmson (London 1981) and The Rural World 1780-1850 by Pamela Horn (London 1980) are two volumes in Hutchinson's Social History of England series, containing, in addition to the principal text, a number or pages of academic commentary and reference.
    In recent years local societies have been active in publishing transcripts of , and commentaries on , a number of primary sources .
    These include Tudor lay subsidies, muster rolls, protestation returns, and so on.

    HXM: [article from] European economic integration

    (1059) European economic integration.

    The size of the EC budget relativeto the combined budgets of member states is small.
    The EC budget has risen from 2.7 per cent of member states ' budgets in 1980 to 3.69 per cent in 1989 .
    Community policies, and expenditures upon them are of course not perfectly substitutable for alternative national policies.

    FBJ: The Criminal Law Review

    (1060) Ashworth, Andrew, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1992-19-19) , 1-138. Sample containing about 27398 words from a book (domain: social science)

    col. 682) .
    It is well known that problems of identification are acute throughout the criminal law , and intent is also hard to prove in some cases .
    But surely to use these difficulties as a justification for placing the burden of disproof on the defendant is, as Ivan Lawrence M.P. stated, " the stuff of which miscarriages of justice are made " (ibid.,

    HKN: [Letter offering old document]

    (1061) u.p.. Sample containing about 170 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    Please contact me should you feel sufficiently interested to wish to inspect the original deed and I will make the necessary arrangements – subject to it remaining available.
    There will of course be no *duty (obligation,0.820) * to *buy (purchase,1.000) * , but if you decide to keep it the price will be £27 .
    Sincerely, A.H.

    HXL: [article from] European economic integration

    (1062) European economic integration.

    Fixity of exchange rates and complete freedom of capital movements between the two countries have not resulted in the guilder and the mark becoming perfect substitutes.
    Exchange rate uncertainty persists and is reflected in the observed interest rate differential .
    It follows, then, that in an exchange rate union, in contrast to a currency union, monetary integration may not be complete and the conditions for the creation of monetary union may not be satisfied because of the persistence of uncertainty regarding intra-union exchange rates.

    J18: Tropical rainforest ecology

    (1063) Mabberley, D J, Blackie & Son Ltd, London (1992) , 133-241. Sample containing about 46171 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    It should be pointed out, though, that were it not for the attacks through evolutionary time of these herbivores, there would be none of the commercially significant heartwoods, latexes and resins so useful to humans.
    On Barro Colorado Island, herbivory rates and defence mechanisms of *mature and young leaves* of 46 canopy species were observed throughout the year: leaf properties such as toughness, phenolic content, pubescence, water, fibre and protein contents accounted for over 70 % of the variation in herbivory, with leaf toughness most highly correlated.

    Mature leaves of pioneers were attacked six times as much as canopy species.

    J2C: University of Oxford

    (1064) u.p.. Sample containing about 9335 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    The number includes nine Fellows of the Royal Society.
    There are about 120 post-doctoral workers , 235 research students , and about 145 " Part II students .
    Each year more than 450 research papers are published in international journals.

    F8A:

    (1065)

    There isn't a list ... ... sothat ... you will need to sortof think it through. ...
    Are we not allowed to use the same things twice ?
    That's right.

    EE8: Professional Nurse

    (1066) Austen Cornish Publishers Ltd, London (1992-05) . Sample containing about 28490 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Studies to determine the effects of increased cardiac output on uterine bloodflow are ethically difficult and not performed, but (Barton etal, 1974) showed that in pregnant sheep the uterine vessels constrict in response to circulating norepinephrine and epinephrine, while animal studies have shown that plasma catecholamines increase during exercise in response to the intensity and duration of the exercise.
    Winder et al (1978) demonstrated that physical training decreased the amount of catecholamines released in *human_beings (humans,0.956) * , but it is not clear whether myometrial bloodflow is affected more than cotyledon bloodflow .
    It may be true that " an uncompromised normal fetus may not be harmed by intense maternal exercise in the first and second trimesters ".

    G0V: Lace

    (1067) Conran, S, Penguin Group, London (1983) , 369-481. Sample containing about 41137 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    So Judy shut up, but she didn't stop worrying.
    Three weeks later , Maxine returned from her promotional tour across the country .
    " A true friend is someone who confesses that she weighs more than you do, " Judy said, watching Maxine stand on the scales in the guest bathroom.

    FPJ: Disabling barriers: enabling environment

    (1068) Finkelstein, V, Oliver, M, Swain, J and French, S, Sage Publications Ltd, London (1993) . Sample containing about 44352 words from a book (domain: social science)

    My dream is achievable because all we have to do is stop doing some of the things we are already doing: stop using the productive forces we have developed to create disabilities through warfare, environmental pollution and industrial accidents; stop creating disabilities through poverty by using our vast wealth not in pursuit of capital accumulation and profit, but in ensuring that we all have the necessities to sustain material life; and stop judging and treating people on the basis of the contribution they can or can not make to the development and operation of these productive forces.
    The nightmare of conductive education is unachievable because nowhere in *human_being (human,0.956) * history have the different been turned into the normal and neither medical science nor other rehabilitative techniques or educational Interventions can *help (assist,0.936) * in this process .
    The reason is simple; normality does not exist.

    K52: Northern Echo: Leisure pages

    (1069) u.p.. Sample containing about 172180 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    " We can win the Second Division and hold our own in the Premier.
    There's the nucleus of a very good side here , the young lads have been brought up the Lyall way .
    He has no plans, however, to follow his mentor into management.

    CAG: New Statesman and Society

    (1070) Foundation House, London (1992-04-10/1992-05-15) . Sample containing about 49153 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    A deal with the Liberal Democrats that did not reflect a more organic change in the political culture of both parties (the Lib Dems recognising their historic place as a party of the left, giving up their balancing-act illusions) would be regarded as a cynical manoeuvre by the electorate.
    The shift of leadership to John Smith may seem temporarily convincing , but it is in the last analysis cosmetic .
    Mr Smith is an able technician.

    CM8: Against liberation

    (1071) Leahy, Michael P T, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1991) , 140-236. Sample containing about 41345 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    The assessors will be guided by probabilities, the reputation and track record of the project director, and soforth.
    Furthermore , Regan's incompetent researchers ought not to get to first base , at least under present UK regulations , for they would have been required to *say (state,0.816) * objectives , if only of an " advancement of knowledge , which the *listers (assessors,1.000) * would judge to be significant enough to outweigh any proposed harm (under 5.4) to the animals at risk .
    It is on these grounds that we could discount the " rare exceptions " referred to by Nossal (1975: 46, above) , since the superfluous testing which he condemns has a far greater probability of continuing to be of little benefit to mankind, even in the advancement of knowledge, than the work of Gray, Gallistel, or the early objectives of Blakemore.

    KB5:

    (1072)

    Yeah ....
    Right ... ... ...
    I've taken her out to lunch.

    G2K: Which Mortgage

    (1073) The Brass Tacks Pub Company Ltd, London (1991-10) . Sample containing about 19315 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    Then the fun begins.
    Having sifted through the estate agents ' details , arrange appointments to view as many properties as possible .
    Even if you fall in love with the first one you see, it's important to be able to make comparisons.

    ARS: The challenge of smallholding

    (1074) Sweeny, Sedley, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1985) , 1-113. Sample containing about 32323 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    You must now determine what financial help you need (including Government subsidies for such things as new buildings, fencing, hedging, hill cattle, and sheep) , what it will cost, and how it is to be repaid.
    A detailed planning budget for both capital and operating accounts must now be prepared not only to give you the information you require for your own plans , but also as the main evidence to persuade the Bank Manager to finance your endeavours .
    In Table 2 I have shown a typical capital budget over four years.

    K1P: [Central television news scripts]

    (1075) Boileau, John (ed.) , Central TV, Abingdon (1993) . Sample containing about 41985 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure)

    They've hired a firm of solicitors and an investigator to gather evidence.
    Anne Jeffrey , who's a teacher , told the hearing Marc didn't drink , or take drugs , and he wasn't depressed .
    And Reverend Michael Jeffrey said he couldn't beleive his son would go into the barn of his own free will.

    CFF: Alternative saints

    (1076) Symonds, Richard, Macmillan Publishers Ltd, Basingstoke (1988) . Sample containing about 39134 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    It became a favourite book of the Evangelicals, whose influence was rising in the Church of England; by the 1840s there seemed hardly a Christian nursery in England and Scotland, including that of the Queen, without a copy.
    Employers of miserably paid men , women and children in the new factories also welcomed the message in
    At the same time the book became popular for its literary merits with the Romantic Movement, who preferred a naïve and spontaneous style to the studied and artificial manner of the eighteenth century.

    A89: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-11-11: Leisure pages

    (1077) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 13926 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Between us we had even hired a video so that we could record this minor miracle of medical history for posterity.
    None of us had reckoned on open-heart surgery .
    None of us had predicted that the videos would end up like director David Cronenberg nasties.

    CH0: Krokodil tears

    (1078) Yeovil, Jack, GW Books Ltd, Brighton (1990) , 9-152. Sample containing about 40821 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    There would be time.
    She had left Herman Katz in the bathroom .
    He was verging on catatonia.

    EDE: Hooligan: a history of respectable fear

    (1079) Pearson, G, Macmillan Publishers Ltd, Basingstoke (1983) , 1-155. Sample containing about 43229 words from a book (domain: social science)

    One 18-year-old youth appeared in court after throwing glasses at a publican's head, while in another pub case that ended in court a landlord had refused to serve Bank Holiday revellers whereupon they " knocked him down, and kicked him in the eye and about the body ".
    Back in the open street things were no better .
    We hear of " an elderly woman ... set upon by a gang of young ruffians who knocked her down and stole a bag of provisions she was carrying ", and in another case a 17-year-old youth was charged with assaulting an elderly woman on Bank Holiday night: " Both her eyes were blackened and there was an abrasion on her nose. "

    AB5: In other words

    (1080) Juby, Kerry (ed.) , Omnibus Press, London (1986) . .. David Bowie. Sample containing about 38969 words from a book (domain: arts)

    " You cheap-skate, " I said, what sort of millionaire are you?
    You could at least give them about £100 to pay for their expense .
    Anyway, at the party, there was the aristocracy of the land and quite a lot of celebrities and ofcourse, David and his group turned up in scruffy jeans. "

    K6P: 65, `Peter', retired crofter, From North Ronaldsay

    (1081) Being interviewd by, male

    Aye. ...
    No no well I don't think so .
    ... it was that was there at Howar ... there were a man ....

    GV0: Geomorphology

    (1082) Sparks, B W, Longman Scientific & Technical, Harlow (1986) , 221-342. Sample containing about 45273 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    In the higher sea level of the first interglacial, any mud left would be at too great depths to be disturbed by waves and hence for the first time the seas would be clear enough for reef-building corals to flourish.
    The corals were presumably killed off in glacial periods by emersion , by the decrease in sea temperature and by the increased amount of mud stirred up by the lowered sea level .
    The sequence of events is shown in Fig. 8.35.

    APS: Postmodernism and contemporary fiction

    (1083) Smyth, Edmund J, B T Batsford Ltd, London (1991) , 19-102. Sample containing about 42270 words from a book (domain: arts)

    This conflictive relationship between popular culture and official culture manifests itself in Augusto Roa Bastos's Son of Man, in the life-sized figure of Christ carved by a leper, which, despite the disapproval of the ecclesiastical authorities, is venerated by the townsfolk of Itapé in preference to the stylized crucifix in the local church.
    For, as a representation of the Paraguayan people's suffering and of a hoped-for redeemer *that (who) * is one of their own, it articulates popular sentiments and aspirations in a way that institutionalized religion has failed to do in its subservience to an oppressive social system.

    Likewise, in Alejo Carpentier's The Kingdom of This World, an account of slave revolts in Haiti at the end of the eighteenth century, the Negroes ' struggle for liberty opposes their magical world of voodoo to the rational, cerebral world of their French masters.

    KNU:

    (1084)

    Mm?
    No , no , no this is not made to play with I want you blow it now ... ...
    Antony ... Yes Antony, come and stand up over here now.

    EE7: [Official leaflets from Northern Ireland]

    (1085) u.p.. Sample containing about 9059 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    He can require any person to afford him such facilities and assistance, within that person's control or responsibilities, as are necessary to enable the inspector to exercise any of the powers conferred on him.
    An inspector is appointed in writing by his enforcing authority and must when required to do so produce a copy of his written appointment .
    Duties are placed on inspectors by Article 30 (8) to disclose certain information to persons employed at premises to which the Order applies to assist in keeping such persons adequately informed about matters likely to affect their health, safety and welfare.

    A46: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-10: Foreign news pages

    (1086) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 12823 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    These charges have mobilised the government: the Justice Minister has ordered an investigation by regional security officials, and Congress plans an inquiry.
    Police officers insist that most of the killings are drug-related , especially in Rio , where *children (minors,0.910) * are employed as delivery boys and armed lookouts by traffickers .
    But last weekend two adolescent courting couples were murdered in Novo Fribourgo because they witnessed the killing by military police of a youth considered to be tarnishing the town's image.

    H9H: A private arrangement

    (1087) Darcy, Lilian, Mills & Boon, Richmond, Surrey (1993) . Sample containing about 56115 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Thank goodness Dr Russell wasn't quite so unapproachable!
    But this was a dangerous way to look at it .
    Professionally Tom Russell might be commendably egalitarian, but personally he was as far out of her league as ever.

    H7W: Bay of rainbows

    (1088) James, Dana, Mills & Boon, Richmond, Surrey (1993) . Sample containing about 53275 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Though her practical knowledge of sailing was non-existent she loved reading about boats and watching them race.
    And her one trip across the bay on a six-berth Swedish cruiser-racer owned by a visiting friend of her father's was a treasured memory .
    As he mounted the dais to receive his award, Nathan Bryce had been taller than she expected, and startlingly handsome in a beautifully tailored suit.

    FBD: Ways of communicating

    (1089) Mellor, D M, Bateson, P, Alvey, J, Chomsky, N, Goehr and Barlow, H, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1990) , 4-124. Sample containing about 32242 words from a book (domain: social science)

    We shall never know, for the good reason that writing is the destruction of every voice, of every point of origin.
    Writing is that neutral , composite , oblique space where our subject slips away , the negative where all identity is lost , starting with the very identity of the body writing .
    ['The death of the author ']

    EEL: [Salford University: miscellaneous documents]

    (1090) University of Salford, Salford (1991) . Sample containing about 18975 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    I enjoy receiving the newsletter and I read it with great nostalgia.
    One day , I do hope to find the time to make a positive contribution towards the Convocation .
    Once again, thanks for keeping me in touch.

    JJH:

    (1091)

    Is that, that going to, coming from pollution really isn't it?
    I 'll just put poor health .
    Cost, noise

    AN7: Maggie Jordan

    (1092) Blair, Emma, Bantam (Corgi) , London (1990) , 7-94. Sample containing about 40491 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Tell us about that. "
    " Well , I've learned what a weft and a warp are .
    And what a cop winder does. "

    FDM: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (1093) u.p.. Sample containing about 4767 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    " The tenant here died after the date of the order for recovery of possession against him but before the expiration of the last of a series of extensions which had been made by way of postponement of the date on which the order was to be complied with.
    What , then , was his position ?
    It is said that, notwithstanding the order for possession, he was still a statutory tenant.

    G3Y:

    (1094)

    If erm you, you might erm in time er er you know become er the, the librarian or something.
    Well then you 're , you 're managing the thing , and you 're actually responsible for trying to work out which way it's going .
    Mm.

    HC8: Spotlights

    (1095) u.p.. Sample containing about 3657 words of miscellanea (domain: social science)

    There are implications here for senior pupils ' class work.
    Can teachers plan ahead when class membership varies from day to day or week to week ?
    How much time is spent in backtracking and catching up with work?

    FPH: The diamond waterfall

    (1096) Haines, P, u.p. (1984) , 9-123. Sample containing about 42326 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Yes, " she would say, " everything.
    Of course I want to hear it all .
    Then if something wasn't right – her indignation: " No, no!

    BNB: Island fortress

    (1097) Longmate, Norman, Hutchinson, London (1991) , 115-200. Sample containing about 41819 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    As Mackay emerged from the Pass he saw Dundee's army approaching down the valley, just ahead of him, and hastily deployed his troops on the slopes on his right flank, " a ground fair enough to receive the enemy, " he later wrote in his memoirs, " but not to attack them ".
    Half an hour before sunset Dundee's Highlanders swept down upon Mackay's troops , following the natural curve of the ground and charging headlong through the enemy front .
    Before William's men could reload, or fix their old-fashioned plug-in bayonets, the enemy were upon them, fearsome in their kilts and ferociously wielding the dirks, claymores and broadswords that had always been the clansmen's favoured weapons.

    B0S: The councillor

    (1098) Prophet, John, Shaw & Sons Ltd, London (1987) , 1-76. Sample containing about 15164 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    The chief executive or clerk of the authority will for the purpose of avoiding disqualification under this provision usually prepare the form in readiness so that as soon as the councillor is elected he may make the declaration as required.
    Time off for *admass (public,0.887) * duties .
    Under section 29 of the Employment Protection (Consolidation) Act 1978, an employer must permit an employee who is a councillor to take time off during working hours for the purpose of performing his duties as a councillor.

    G3D: How to combat alcoholism & addiction

    (1099) Lefever, Robert, Promis Books Ltd, UK (1988) , 1-119. Sample containing about 41690 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Counselling is professional work, not merely a personal relationship.
    Having no hidden *schedule (agenda,0.853) * .
    The sufferer must know that what you say is the whole of what you believe and want to transmit.

    AYM: [Events and entertainments leaflets]

    (1100) u.p.. Sample containing about 20733 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    Friday 29 March-Monday 1 April
    Easter *live_steams (steamings,1.000) *
    Full details of events in 1991 will be published in January

    CMT: Soviet power: the continuing challenge

    (1101) Sherr, James, Macmillan Publishers Ltd, Basingstoke (1991) , 22-145. Sample containing about 35349 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    In that year the price paid by CMEA countries per tonne of Soviet oil doubled, and the price has risen substantially since.
    Whilst the USSR has been less successful than she had hoped in restricting export volume , CMEA countries nonetheless find themselves obliged to *buy (purchase,1.000) * ever larger volumes of fuel from non-CMEA countries at market clearing prices .
    Secondly, the dividends realised from Western equipment imports have been disappointing.

    FL7:

    (1102)

    Okay.
    men using the ... er , female genitalia as a a derogatory term ... and if we actually go back to the roots of that word ... erm , to me it's like basic ... shows you what *misogynism (misogyny,1.000) *'s about ... the actual root of that word it means , seat of power .
    And, our women's power, and men are scared of our power!

    AA0: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-13: Sport section

    (1103) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 10406 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Golden Friend also meets him on equal terms today.
    At his peak Playschool would have claims to being the best chaser in the country .
    He had an outstanding 1987/88 season, winning the Hennessy Gold Cup, the Coral Welsh National and the Vincent O'Brien Irish Gold Cup at Leopardstown.

    G1B: A very particular murder

    (1104) Haymon, S T, Arrow Books Ltd, London (1991) , 105-238. Sample containing about 42013 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " You were saying? " the girl reminded him, not displeased at the effect she was having on the darkly handsome inquirer.
    " Dr Pender .
    He arranged to meet me here ten minutes ago. "

    EC9: Short breaks -- Brighton and Hove 1992

    (1105) u.p.. Sample containing about 9701 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    Please phone for brochure.
    PORTLAND HOUSE HOTEL
    Whether for business or leisure you can enjoy the relaxed informal atmosphere created by friendly staff in congenial comfortable surroundings here at the Portland House Hotel.

    EW7: Resource-based learning

    (1106) Beswick, Norman, Heinemann Educational Books Ltd, UK (1984) , 32-121. Sample containing about 41651 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The solution in Cunningham's own school (Madeley Court, Telford) was a sophisticated library resource centre, on two levels, with a multi-media collection of materials, reprographic and audiovisual production facilities, and trunking to the library and other areas of the school through which audio-programmes could be distributed on command.
    Naturally , the facility required ancillary staffing in all areas , as well as a teacher as Head of Resources with a *program (curriculum,0.976) * development brief .
    At the time this was perhaps the most lavishly equipped school of its kind in the UK (though there were many more lavish examples still in the richer areas of the USA) but its strength was to be the participation of its library resource centre personnel and the head of resources in the in-service education of the teachers.

    A4H: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-11: Foreign news pages

    (1107) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 10445 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    By RUPERT CORNWELL
    MOSCOW -- - *Farther (Further,1.000) * details emerged yesterday of the reported visitation of alien beings to the Soviet city of Voronezh , writes Rupert Cornwell .
    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.

    H8U: Interpreting the landscape

    (1108) Aston, Michael, BT Batsford Ltd, London (1992) , 21-118. Sample containing about 41805 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Where excavations have been carried out, or detailed research conducted, we can see this central role manifested in the type and size of buildings on the site.
    The administrative function is demonstrated by the exchequers , bookrooms , and muniment stores of many sites , while produce from the estates was stored in *big (large,0.991) * barns and granaries .
    Such aspects are the equivalent of the offices and warehouses of many organisations today.

    J7M: Language and Literature Volume 1 No

    (1109) Semino, Elena, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992) , 147-150. 2 1992. Sample containing about 1571 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    William Downes ' study of King Lear's famous question to his daughters is a superb example of the level of depth and insight that stylistics can reach when it draws eclectically from a variety of areas within linguistics in order to relate the surface features of the text to the situational, historical and cultural contexts which are relevant to their effect and interpretation.
    John Sinclair's analysis of an English poem by the Asian author Edwin Thumboo is not , however , equally enlightening .
    The attempt to demonstrate how a close linguistic analysis can explain a text's meaning and effect only partially succeeds in this case, since the thoroughness and precision of the description are undermined by a failure to discriminate between features of different significance within the poem, and by a general neglect of the socio-cultural context in which the text is embedded.

    A2S: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-05: Sport pages

    (1110) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 14775 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    This would normally be given in the form of a letter of authentication from a reputable bank.
    There is also uncertainty surrounding the role of David Murray , the Rangers football club chairman , who has acted as a middle man in the negotiations but who has denied he has any financial interest in the takeover .
    Knighton has hardly been out of the news since announcing his intention to buy United on 18 August, the day before the Football League season began.

    KAB: Medau News

    (1111) The Medau Society, UK (1980-88) . Sample containing about 3720 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    She then trained at the Medau School under the talented Irmela Doebner and some months after qualifying decided to come to England, and with the help of a postgraduate at Cambridge arranged to give a display at Newham College.
    There she met Molly Braithwaite , who was so enthusiastic that after finishing her degree she also trained at the Medau School and on her return joined Peggy in taking classes .
    After Molly was called to do war work Peggy was helped by Edith Harlow.

    HLW:

    (1112)

    President, Congress,, Midlands and East Coast Region, moving composite motion four.
    Colleagues , it is with a mixture of sadness , disappointment and disbelief that this motion is required to be brought before Congress today .
    The wrong that unemployed people are not allowed to join this great union is a wrong that must be righted today.

    AM0: Club 18-30 summer holiday brochure 1990

    (1113) ILG Travel Ltd (1990-19-19) . Sample containing about 34489 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    Yes, whilst the arrangements for holidays in this brochure are made many months in advance, changes may unfortunately be necessary.
    we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to make these .
    Changes are usually minor, such as changes to departure times, or some accommodation facilities may be withdrawn and we will do our best to advise you or your travel agent of any such changes.

    G0A: The Crow Road

    (1114) Banks, Iain, Abacus, London (1993) , 157-296. Sample containing about 43152 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Janice looked back at the telly and stretched one leg out over Gavin's lap.
    I glanced over , thinking that she had much better legs than a woman of her age deserved .
    Come to that, she had much better legs than a man of Gav's mental age deserved.

    HRH: R&D management: managing projects and new products

    (1115) Bergen, S A, Basil Blackwell, Oxford (1990) , 1-114. Sample containing about 28850 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    There is now a much greater difference between the probabilities of success and failure on which to base a decision.
    The above approach is an application of a *binomial_theorem (theorem,0.967) * formulated in 1760 by the Reverend Thomas Bayes FRS and named after him .
    A set of mutually exclusive events B 1, B 2, B 3 has associated probabilities p (B 1) , etc.

    AMN: Foxton: locks and barge life

    (1116) Gardner, Peter and Foden, Frank, Leicestershire County Council, Leicester (1982) , 1-40. Sample containing about 19744 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs)

    Bradgate Park and Swithland Woods are in the heart of Charnwood Forest but within easy reach of Leicester.
    The Park is a *big (large,0.991) * area of open country with rocky outcrops , ancient buildings and a small river .
    There are fine views and much wildlife of interest including deer.

    F7T:

    (1117)

    Yeah.
    Like a , a good example the , the the ninety three one , the ninety two one rather this year was a good example because ... there was erm a titanic battle in Old Harlow ... where the leader of the council Richard was up for re- election .
    And as you may be aware ... that er in, in, in ... in the local elections this year, in May, the Conservative Party did dramatically well, much better than it did in the general election ... yeah?

    H4K:

    (1118)

    Aha.
    I *called (phoned,0.974) * her and I says to her I says , ... .
    She said, well look, go back to your doctor ... she says.

    FAP: Murder forestalled

    (1119) Chester, P, Chivers Press, UK (1990) , 7-151. Sample containing about 44565 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Anyway, it doesn't matter any more does it? "
    " Why not ?
    " Because he's dead.

    K74:

    (1120)

    Why? ...
    Why not ?
    Why not, ..., say Barbara, what would you do with Barbara? ...

    C8J: Lancaster Diocesan Catholic Voice

    (1121) Catholic Voice Publications Ltd, Liverpool (1992-12) . Sample containing about 7795 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    I now feel I understand people much more now than I did before.
    I gained a lot from the pilgrimage .
    Nathan's mum

    AB4: The perfect English country house

    (1122) Lycett Green, Candida, Pavilion Books Ltd, London (1991) . Sample containing about 37535 words from a book (domain: arts)

    Thomas Gaisford, who later became Dean of Christchurch, Oxford, was only four years old in 1770 when the great cedar tree was planted which still stands on the hillside walk behind the house.
    Later he planted the drifts of snowdrops and martagon lilies in the wild garden and the woods .
    Men of the cloth are nearly always good gardeners.

    HE7:

    (1123)

    Mm.
    details several cases details from the er the police national computer , er for sale at prices varying from sort of fifty pounds to a hundred and fifty pounds
    Mhm.

    G15: A midsummer killing

    (1124) Barnes, Trevor, New English Library, Sevenoaks (1991) . Sample containing about 43003 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Dexter explained in his nasal twang that an unknown woman had passed Nowak's bed the previous evening during visiting hours, tripped over a chair and fallen on him.
    Marek was asleep at the time but as soon as the woman hit the bed Nowak woke up with a scream .
    The woman apologised and hurried outof the ward before anyone could stop her.

    C8A: Best

    (1125) Gruner & Jahr (UK) , London (1991-06, 1992-11-12,) . Sample containing about 33633 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Avril, 49, who 'd divorced her first husband in 1987 after 20 years of marriage, first met Peter through their local church in Saltburn, near Middlesbrough.
    His first wife , Catherine , had died of cancer in January 1990 , leaving him with their two sons , David , 15 , and James , 14 .
    At the time, Avril felt she was at a crossroads in her life.

    CCE: Enemy territory

    (1126) Walker, Andrew, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1988) , 21-140. Sample containing about 40824 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    They are extremely well educated.
    Indeed the *aristocracy (gentry,1.000) * prefer to leave business to the professionals ('those damn usurers ') and concentrate on the arts and natural sciences , religious speculation and , of course , alittle hunting .
    It is the aristocrats in England, as is the case in Continental Europe, who will lead Europe by the nose out of the philosophical world-view of a dying feudal order.

    EWF: My favourite stories of Lakeland

    (1127) Bragg, Melvyn, Lutterworth Press, Cambridge (1981) , 117-122. Sample containing about 2049 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    That final line itself murmured through the kitchen and they sat silently, the organ music from the streets like the sound from the caves.
    John looked at Emily and saw a face on which *so_much (such,1.000) * a keen reverence was trying to settle itself to gaze of understanding that yet again he stirred against the schoolmaster .
    He had no such means of casting spells over her.

    GT8: The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons

    (1128) Nicholls, C S (ed.) , Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) . Sample containing about 30481 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    In 1820, although under age, he became MRCS.
    Hickman set up practice as a surgeon in Ludlow .
    Advertising for an apprentice, he promised instruction in the different branches of the profession and access to his museum.

    KLH:

    (1129)

    The main er sort of booking place, er waiting rooms and so on.
    Er normal practice for the railway was to have the main er part of the buildings on the town side , and you got a er smaller building on the other side of the tracks over there .
    There's er part of the er goods shed over there.

    EWX: Myocardial infarction: acute care and rehabilitation

    (1130) Carne, S J and Harten-Ash, V J, Duphar Laboratories Ltd, UK (1990) , 1-51. Sample containing about 17808 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    A number of additional points may be extrapolated from the TIMI 2B study.
    Eighteen to 48 hours after thrombolytic therapy about 85 % of vessels are open , with the minority remaining occluded , This patency rate is rather higher than that seen at 90 minutes following similar thrombolytic treatment (65 -- 70 %) .
    Only about 12.5 % of vessels have lesions with less that 60 % stenosis.

    CKE: Sergeant Joe

    (1131) Staples, Mary Jane, Corgi Books, London (1992) , 11-142. Sample containing about 43975 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Have you had a good breakfast? " asked Joe.
    " I fancy you could say so , said George , yes , I fancy you could .
    " Thought so.

    KRS:

    (1132)

    At the post-impressionist exhibition you could scarcely move at all for people, but at the new spirit in painting exhibition, which is currently on at the R A, there's a lot of space and people on the whole go round very quickly and are rather sceptical about it all.
    This actually reinforces what you 're saying I suppose .
    Yes, I think you would find that everywhere people will crowd into especially post-impressionism, which is Van Gogh, etc., more than they would into an avant-garde exhibition.

    CJW: Command of the king

    (1133) Lide, Mary, Grafton Books, London (1991) , 29-165. Sample containing about 36520 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    If you will so honour us. "
    She bowed her head in response ; the music swelled , the rose-coloured cloaks swirled like thistledown .
    Henry led out his Spanish queen, looking at her affably.

    EC4: Brighton Festival

    (1134) Brighton Festival, Brighton (1992) . Sample containing about 15795 words of miscellanea (domain: arts)

    Write to The Administrator, Brighton Festival, Marlborough House, 54, Old Steine, Brighton BN1 1EQ.
    To be included in this brochure , completed forms must be returned to the above address by the first week in December .
    Booking

    KRJ:

    (1135)

    Yes, that's why we 're very lucky, I mean because, because people don't keep stuff like this, so erm yes, we 're very lucky to have it.
    Good , thank you .
    Thank you very much

    GTB: The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons

    (1136) Nicholls, C S (ed.) , Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) . Sample containing about 29423 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    1903-1945, ed.
    J. Tysul Jones , 1970 . ]
    T E Hartley

    G3E: Death of an expert witness

    (1137) James, P D, Sphere Books Ltd, London (1979) , 9-135. Sample containing about 40157 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    After all, the caller couldn't rely on his not noticing that Edwin hadn't come home last night until he didn't get his early tea brought to him.
    As it happens , he went off to bed quite happily .
    But the hoaxer couldn't have known that.

    FXN:

    (1138)

    Dr, is he doing alright?
    ... haven't seen him , it's Dr I think that's attended me the last time .
    Aye.

    A48: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-10: Health pages

    (1139) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 3041 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    " I felt high for about four days, not thinking about anything but caring for her. "
    As an anxious new father , Belinda's partner , Jem , read everything he could find about Down's syndrome because he wanted to know what he could expect from the future .
    For Belinda, looking after Sophie was the only way she knew how to deal with the shock.

    J85: Language and Literature Volume 2 No

    (1140) Clark, Billy, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993) , 151-153. 2 1993. Sample containing about 1485 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    The third section, " Challenges ", considers theorists who have proposed alternatives to Austin's approach, most notably Derrida and de Man.
    Petrey outlines the main areas of disagreement and suggests an explanation for the differences between the two schools .
    In fact, he suggests that speech act theory and deconstruction complement, rather than contradict, eachother.

    AMU: Alistair MacLean's golden girl

    (1141) Gandolfi, Simon, Chapmans Publishers Ltd, London (1992) , 57-175. Sample containing about 39697 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Much equipment, Señor. "
    " Toys , Trent said .
    " Christopher Columbus discovered America with a sextant and a chunk of lead tied to the end of a line. "

    EFN: Baldwin

    (1142) Jenkins, Roy, Collins, UK (1988) , 29-166. Sample containing about 45873 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    He could approach the cataclysmic events of the forthcoming August with an adequate authority; and he could in the future look back on 1931 with a certain complacency, as " the year my party tried to get rid of me ".
    They tried , and they failed .
    They did not try again.

    K5Y: Nucleic acids research

    (1143) Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) . Sample containing about 17886 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    Plasmids pBENDU and pBENDP were constructed by insertion of the gene 62 promoter UP6 oligo (including gene 62 bases -311 to -283) and an RsaI-RsaI gene 62 promoter fragment (-23 to +50) respectively into the SalI site of pBEND2 by blunt end ligation following Klenow end-filling of any 5 ' overhangs.
    The direct repeats in these pBEND plasmids , contain amongst others , BglII , XhoI and BamHI sites ; cutting with any of these enzymes produced DNA fragments of 184 bp from pBENDU and 218 bp from pBENDP .
    These fragments were Klenow end-labelled and isolated as before to produce two groups of three probes with 140k binding sites in circularly permuted positions with respect to their ends.

    CH3: The Daily Mirror

    (1144) Mirror Group Newspapers, London (1992-08/1992-10) . Sample containing about 124251 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Beresford fed the ball in to Robert Lee, who turned and cracked a shot against the crossbar.
    But Peacock , back in the side after missing five games through injury , was quickest to react and headed the ball home .
    HEADING FOR THE TOP: Gavin Peacock grabs the Magpies ' second

    A4M: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-11: Living section

    (1145) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 3246 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    " In the past 50 years we've done a great deal of abolition.
    We've abolished , largely , the concept of sin .
    We've abolished, largely, the concept of hellfire.

    FS4: Shrine

    (1146) Herbert, J, New English Library, Sevenoaks (1992) , 243-366. Sample containing about 38553 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Sorry I couldn't provide you with murders, pagan sacrifices or witch-burning, but they 're just not there. "
    " It's something of an anticlimax .
    " Especially when you've been through just about everything written on the place since Saxon times.

    J88: Language and Literature Volume 2 No

    (1147) Wales, Katie, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993) , 227-231. 3 1993. Sample containing about 2489 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    He[ sic] knows something which the party of the second part does not know and has to admit that he does not know ... "
    Jokes are also an important aspect of intimacy : it is difficult to joke with *person (someone,0.992) * you hardly know ; many jokes are " in-group jokes , or politically hardened into jokes of " us versus them .
    Perhaps the most obvious omission in this chapter, however, which analyses joke-capping sessions involving both men and women, is any consideration of the topical question of the relations between male and female discourse, with particular reference to any differences and similarities in joking conventions, in single sex or mixed company.

    CCJ: Shrewsbury Diocesan Catholic Voice

    (1148) Catholic Voice Publications Ltd, Liverpool (1992-11) . Sample containing about 6572 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    Our Lady's Operatic Society were third, and they donated their £20 to St Ann's Hospice.
    On behalf of Council 80 of Stockport, I would like to thank everyone *that (who) * made it such a successful evening.

    Bags of help

    CK5: New Musical Express

    (1149) Holborn Publishing Group, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 56709 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Songs are supplied by Prince and Sinead O'Connor.
    ROBIN WILLIAMS , as previously suggested in Reeling Around , will not be playing The Penguin in Batman Re-Returns after all .
    However, to compensate, he's in the latest DAVID PUTNAM production, Being Human.

    K1W: [Central television news scripts]

    (1150) Boileau, John (ed.) , Central TV, Abingdon (1993) . Sample containing about 41078 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure)

    Carl Howard says he took it up at school and won ... went on to county level and won and just found he had a natural talent ... he's always enjoyed sprinting and athletics
    John Yearley his *manager (coach,0.847) * says there's no reason why Carl can't achieve great things and they 're looking towards a medal at the next olympics
    Carl is only 19 ... he's got the best record of any British jumper this season and in training has beaten Lyn Davies ' National Record of 8 metres 23 ...

    FUS:

    (1151)

    This slide shows the cumulative percent of early mortality and major morbidity.
    The dark areas on the slide are er , the dark areas on each bar at the bottom represent the early mortality rate .
    The hatched areas represent returning to theatre, the white areas represent blood transfusion of greater than two units and a hatched area represent patients developing postoperative sepsis.

    HH0: Lucker and Tiffany peel out

    (1152) Mildmay, Eroica, Serpent's Tail, London (1993) , 57-181. Sample containing about 42601 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Unknown to him, it leaves a foam moustache.
    He looks like a bolshy milk-fed calf , frothy and fired-up on his mother's milk .
    " What's wrong, Lucker? "

    CB2: Rugby World and Post

    (1153) Rugby Publishing, Reading (1991-03, 1992-03, 199) . Sample containing about 36329 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    RICHIE DIXON, the former Scotland " B " coach who is a new national selector this season, and David Johnston, Watsonians " former international centre, will be Scotland's coaches on the tour to Australia in May and June.
    They were also in *copartnership (partnership,0.846) * on Scotland's tours to Zimbabwe in 1988 and Japan the following year , and Dixon was Douglas Morgan's *help (assistant,0.897) * on the trip to North America last year .
    Johnson, who had been assistant coach with the national under-21 team, is now the backs ' mentor with Scotland " B " as well as succeeding Dixon as Glasgow's district coach.

    KE6:

    (1154)

    What thing?
    Oh yeah , that's better , yes !
    Well that's what it's ... blooming well got for innit?

    CBU: Accountancy

    (1155) Institute of Chartered Accountants, London (1993-19-19) . Sample containing about 106311 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    So let me leave you with a few wise words.
    What you don't ask for you don't get : always remember to ask for what you want .
    Never slam a door in temper, you may need to come back through it in the future: kick yourself instead.

    AE9: The royal forests of England

    (1156) Grant, Raymond, Alan Sutton Publishing Ltd, Gloucester (1991) . Sample containing about 39138 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    The all-important class of landowners especially was inflamed against the king's personal regime.
    John Pym , speaking in the Short Parliament on 17 April 1640 , enumerated the grievances of the king's subjects .
    He referred jestingly to " that which somewhat sticks by me: it is the forest, and I might easily lose myself in it " A committee of the Commons a week later complained, among many other " grievances in the civil government ", of " Forest fines, which of late have been too far enlarged ".

    HXT: A future for the NHS?

    (1157) Ranade, Wendy, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1994) , 1-118. Sample containing about 42297 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Who gets to define, measure and act on quality in the NHS is, according to Pollitt (1992) , divided up along " tribal " lines reflecting professional demarcation boundaries and struggles for control among competing groups.
    Unlike a number of other countries (for example , the Netherlands , United States , Australia) , Britain has no national body to *build (oversee,1.000) * quality assurance in health care in a comprehensive way .
    The Health Advisory Service covers hospital and community services for the " priority " groups and children but has no power of enforcement.

    A3F: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Gazette section

    (1158) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 3382 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    It took as long again for their theories to be discredited, despite the fact that almost none of their Hollywood idols would agree that they were the sole auteur of the films they made; while the greatest weakness of their belief was that the most flawed work by one of their preferred film-makers was of more interest than a major piece by one of those they did not rate.
    Years later one of Cahiers ' most influential critics , Jean-Luc Godard , admitted that none of them had really believed in the theory , but had used it to draw attention to themselves .
    Along with Francois Truffaut, Claude Chabrol and other contributors, he became a director himself, and the brilliance of their early work was one of the reasons their views became so firmly enshrined.

    EEY: The Tudor regime

    (1159) Williams, P, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1991) , 19-108. Sample containing about 30587 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Their principal drawback lay in their informality, which demanded the constant supervision of an active King.
    The Chamber and its attendant offices were capable of managing the traditional revenues of the Crown .
    But neither they nor an unreformed Exchequer could handle the large new sources of income brought into being by Henry VIII's breach with Rome: the first fruits of bishoprics, the tenths of all ecclesiastical benefices, the revenue from the renting and sale of monastic lands.

    KGU: 30+, `A

    (1160) Bond', sales executive, male

    Where have you been?
    Oh I've been to , or you rephrase it in another way .
    Well done.

    KM8:

    (1161)

    Well they've had plenty of chance haven't they?
    Does that include erecting it Harry ?
    Well no it's just the stone.

    EF5: Transforming Britain

    (1162) Graham, Martin (ed.) , Conservative Research Dept, London (1991) . Sample containing about 9798 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    But the most important thing to grasp is that, in spite of a period of recession, the economy has remained fundamentally healthy and enterprising.
    High interest rates made people buy less, and therefore businesses sell less – even the most *enterprising and healthy businesses*.

    Lower sales are not a sign of weakness of industry and commerce – just weakness of demand.

    FDS: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (1163) u.p.. Sample containing about 4505 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    He appealed to the Court of Appeal on various grounds, but the only ground pursued was that the prosecution on the second indictment was in contravention of section 20 (8) of the Constitution of Jamaica which provides, so far as relevant:
    " No person *that (who) * shows that he has been tried by any competent court for a criminal offence and either convicted or acquitted shall again be tried for that offence or for any other criminal offence of which he could have been convicted at the trial for that offence save upon the order of a superior court made in the course of appeal proceedings relating to the conviction or acquittal; ...

    The Court of Appeal dismissed the appeal on 10 April 1987.

    J1S: The Scottish Council for Development and Industry annual report

    (1164) The Scottish council for development & industry, Scotland (1990/1919) , 1-24. Sample containing about 5092 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    Although the change, introduced last year, to gross accounting has succeeded in highlighting the volume of activity which was previously reported in modest, net contribution figures, it should be appreciated that significant fluctuations will occur on the completion of major projects.
    It should also be borne in mind that some high turnover projects contain a considerable element of government grants *that (which) * are paid to the Council " en bloc " for further distribution to participants.

    During the year, joint venture contributions were received from the Scottish Office Industry Department towards the Enterprise and Education Initiative and the Enterprise Co-ordination Programme (MESP) ; and from Highlands and Islands Enterprise towards the Student Placement Scheme.

    HAK: BAIE News for communicators in business

    (1165) Hardman Press, Dorking (1993 May-June) . Sample containing about 8791 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    " The Daily Mirror scandal has raised public awareness of how company pensions are managed, " she said.
    REGIONAL NEWS
    CENTRAL

    CFV: [Advertising Standards Authority]

    (1166) u.p.. Sample containing about 30438 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    SERC has accepted the M.Sc.
    as suitable for the tenure of its advanced course studentships .
    adverts from New Scientist 16 February 1991

    CEY: A woman of style

    (1167) McDowell, Colin, Rowan (Arrow) , London (1991) , 7-133. Sample containing about 42794 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    You do not wish to be my wife?
    I do not please you .
    She looked up, struck by his desolate tone.

    J99:

    (1168)

    seconded by do you wish to speak now
    yes I would Mr. Chairman erm ... I concur with every word that ... and confirm that ... support er mostly er ... ...
    I've I've have been given notice that there is one proposed amendment which I intend to call now because then we can vote on the whole thing

    EF4: The third way: the promise of independent democracy

    (1169) Lawrence, D, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1988) . Sample containing about 39467 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    It is to say that there was available neither the will nor the means to drive through the revolution which would have established Owen's new order.
    For it was in the end a revolution only in thought , not in action .
    It could not steal upon the country unaware, like a thief in the night.

    AM1: Cosmeston Medieval Village

    (1170) Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological, Swansea (1988) , 1-20. Sample containing about 2883 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs)

    The roof is formed of withies (willow and hazel rods) woven between willow rafters.
    The thatch , which is marsh reed harvested from local wetlands , is tied on to this .
    The whole is supported by a single truss of crudely worked elm.

    CN5: School, work and equality

    (1171) Flude, M, Hales, Margaret and Cosin, B, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1989) , 1-98. Sample containing about 41031 words from a book (domain: social science)

    To lecture the material would bring only boredom and rebellion, which is why outright dictation is usually only practised with the most self-selected, high ability groups.
    The organization of competitive *student (pupil,0.951) * participation thus avoids excesses of boredom and inattention especially where false questioning trails can be set in the early stages and the answer or point of the lesson delayed so that *students (pupils,0.951) * have to work hard to discover it .
    Within lesson structures of this kind, teachers do not, in fact, orientate themselves so much to the needs of individual students, but tend to treat the whole class as a kind of " collective student ".

    HP9: P&O Services

    (1172) u.p.. Sample containing about 3269 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    Road Haulage, Forwarding, Warehousing
    Road transport network throughout Europe with substantial *stockpiling (warehousing,1.000) * , wet and dry bonded storage , and wine shipping .
    Oil Related Services

    HDV:

    (1173)

    ... two erm, ...
    That's right .
    And global.

    HJP: [Publisher's advertising brochure]

    (1174) Longman. Sample containing about 857 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    Contents: AIDS in the Tropics; History; Virology; Serology; Epidemiology of AIDS in the Tropics; Early Clinical Manifestations & AIDS; Spectrum of HIV-related Disease; Sexually Transmitted Diseases; AIDS-Related Complex (ARC) ; Kaposi's Sarcoma; SLIM Disease; Pulmonary Manifestations; Sepsis; Diseases of the Nervous System; Other Tumours; Paediatric AIDS; Prevention and Health Education; Recognised Risks Groups; Protection of Health Workers; Counselling.
    Tropical diseases are encountered not only in countries of the developing world , but on an increasing scale also in the more affluent parts of the world due to an exponential increase in travel during the past decades .
    A high proportion of these diseases are caused by parasites many of which are widely distributed in temperate climates as well as the tropics and subtropics.

    CRM: Nature

    (1175) Macmillan Magazines Ltd, London (1993) . Sample containing about 279119 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    Control animals received an identical volume of the corresponding acetate buffer vehicle (pH7) .
    Injections were made into the vitreous by *putting (placing,0.817) * the needle just posterior to the corneoscleral junction , and the success of the *epidural_injection (injection,0.818) * was confirmed by ensuring that the pupillary response was eliminated .
    The optic nerves were studied after 2 days.

    CLB: Computergram international

    (1176) u.p.. Sample containing about 6880 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 is included and adds enhanced audio, basic image and software motion video playback capabilities.
    The Developer's Toolkit for OS/2 2.1 contains bindings , tools , sample programs and documentation , and there is also a Multimedia Presentation Manager Toolkit/2 .
    All are out on June 14.

    CTK: Unigram x

    (1177) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 10878 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Agility maintains that customers need only specify their hardware and the right drivers will be provided.
    Any Windows technology and graphical user interface of the customer's choice can be built into the system .
    Agility also claims the ability to implement its software for any box within five days.

    FEM: Old serpent Nile

    (1178) Stewart, Stanley, John Murray (Publishers) Ltd, London (1991) , 3-120. A journey to the source. Sample containing about 39758 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    In one direction the road disappeared into the darkness, presumably towards Aswan.
    In the other it ran a few hundred yards to a high chain-link fence with a locked gate , and then on to another distant cluster of lights , the harbour buildings .
    Beyond lay the lake, invisible in the darkness.

    HLJ: Keesings Contemporary Archives

    (1179) Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992) . Sample containing about 61433 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Vessels from the UK, the United States and other member countries would take part in regular exercises.
    Accession of Georgia to NAC
    Georgia was admitted to the North Atlantic Co-operation Council (NAC) on April 15 as the group's 36th member.

    EF2: A traveller's history of Scotland

    (1180) Burke, J, John Murray (Publishers) Ltd, London (1990) , 1-123. Sample containing about 34716 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    Not merely the Antonine Wall but Hadrian's Wall fell to hostile tribes.
    In AD 208 the Emperor Severus took personal charge of a fleet into the Firth of Forth and from it led an expedition across Fife , over the Tay valley , and on into the ever inhospitable north to put an end to these depredations .
    The enemy cunningly avoided direct confrontation and concentrated on guerrilla warfare.

    HB4: [General Accident miscellaneous documents]

    (1181) General Accident. Sample containing about 29214 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    This will equally enable the Policyholder to replace the engine with one of similar type, capacity, age and size to the one lost – and therefore we will have provided him with indemnity under the Policy notwithstanding the fact that he has been paying premium on the value insured.
    N.B .
    Up to date copies of the THREE STOKES GUIDE together with instructions for its use have been provided to all Personal Depts. – all staff involved in Pleasurecraft claims should be fully instructed in the use of this Guide.

    B7L: New Scientist

    (1182) IPC Magazines Ltd, London (1991-02-16) . Sample containing about 51195 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    however, had a technically cultured society without parallel elsewhere in Great Britain – except possibly in the metropolis.
    A group of like-minded individuals used to meet at each other's house on a Monday nearest the full moon .
    The conversations of the " Lunatics ", as they were called, would often carry on as they took advantage of the moonlight to find their sometimes uncertain way home over the ruts and rubbish in their path.

    C9S: High risk lives

    (1183) Lincoln, Paul, Kaufmann, Tara (eds.) , Prism Press, Bridport, Dorset (1991) , 126-248. Sample containing about 39150 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    And nothing must threaten this sacred duty.
    Lesbian and gay liberation is perceived as doing so , because liberation. as opposed to rights , threatens the position of the heterosexual family .
    Section 28 hoisted Labour on the petard of its own contradictions.

    A9V: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-13: Foreign news pages

    (1184) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 7456 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    The State of the World's Children, 1990, is published by OUP, price £3.50p.
    Colony spends $ 1 , 000 to send back each Vietnamese Thailand may start own deportations .
    By Stephen Vines in Hong Kong

    HWW: The Lancet

    (1185) The Lancet Ltd, London (1993-19-19) . Sample containing about 46574 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    However, the reasons for non-compliance reported by Mangla are ambiguous.
    Poor performance of this *program (programme,0.876) * is due to very high (more than 50 %) rate of default in treatment .
    Some of the causes of default, suchas socioeconomic conditions, can not be changed in the foreseeable future.

    AHS: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-06: Religious affairs stories

    (1186) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 325 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    How far the different statements from the English bishops and the Scottish bishops do that is a matter of personal judgment.
    Nothing is more important in life than life itself .
    All other issues fade into insignificance compared with it.

    A1J: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-02: Home news pages

    (1187) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 13981 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    From clogged skies to choked motorways, from Clapham Junction to the Marchioness, Mr Prescott has been Labour's voice of protest on an issue that has moved to the heart of the " quality of life " agenda increasingly dominating the political agenda.
    The former ferry steward , who rose through the National Union of Seaman before being elected MP for Hull , wears every thought and feeling on his sleeve .
    He is therefore easily riled or mocked.

    HP7: [Johnson Matthey Annual Report 1993]

    (1188) u.p.. Sample containing about 12675 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    Johnson Matthey has consistently placed high emphasis on its responsibilities for the environment and on the health and safety of its employees and the community.
    It is with this in mind that Mr Chris Clark , Executive Director , Materials Technology Division , has assumed overall responsibility for the implementation and monitoring of our corporate environmental and health and safety policies .
    Environmental Policy

    FYG:

    (1189)

    Mhm.
    You know what I mean ?
    Yeah.

    JYN:

    (1190)

    Yeah.
    people are just looking for a diversion so erm
    Yeah.

    J0S: Deadly partnership

    (1191) Roe, C F, Headline Book Publishing plc, London (1992) , 95-252. Sample containing about 43043 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " I think I killed Caroline, " said Brian, speaking in a dull lifeless voice.
    His head was lowered and his words were barely audible .
    " Oh yes? " said Douglas, glancing at Jamieson.

    JNM:

    (1192)

    So what, can you outline the basic technical problem that you've been having with the flight control system?
    Well er I think as I mentioned at the outset , there's no fundamental ... technical problem er a system operating ... broadly in the same way er was designed ... ... and proved on the United Kingdom's experimental aircraft *program (programme,0.876) * er six or seven years ago , er this ... particular aircraft , the airfighter two thousand , ... will employ a rather more ... er ... extensive capability in its flight control system .
    It's not to interface with more systems, there's a lot more software in it ... and er ... therefore ... the companies concerned have got a lot more work to do.

    K5X: Nucleic acids research

    (1193) Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) . Sample containing about 10544 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    Figure 2.
    Comparison of the *aminic (amino,1.000) * acid sequences of the POU class-II proteins .
    Proteins sequences were compared with the Oct-11 protein from Figure 1.

    J1L: Speeches by Tony Hall

    (1194) Hall, Tony, u.p.. Sample containing about 8298 words of material written to be spoken (domain: social science)

    First, the news will be there when our audience wants it – to cover major events when they happen – or give an up-date on whatever is new that hour.
    People now expect to be in touch when they want .
    Our research shows that.

    GX1: [Sermons]

    (1195) Smith, David K, u.p.. Sample containing about 14792 words of material written to be spoken (domain: belief and thought)

    He wanted to see the believers in Rome, but that was only a part.
    As a pioneer , he wanted to go where there was no church .
    In the last century, someone asked the missionary David Livingstone where he wanted to go.

    KAH: Medau News

    (1196) The Medau Society, UK (1980-88) . Sample containing about 4744 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    For Christmas " stocking-fillers " don't forget to visit the Society Sales Table, and be sure to buy a ticket for our Grand Raffle.
    Tickets are obtainable , from the Office , members £2.50 , non-members £6.00 (to include membership) .
    VALE, MAGISTRA!

    CG9: Electronic publishing

    (1197) John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Chichester (1992-06) . Sample containing about 13194 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    A typical examination question could ask for comment on, say, how the designers of Word for Windows might have been influenced by Ventura Publisher.
    If a three-year course could be justified the supporting subjects would probably be covered in the first year but care would have to be taken not to put too great an emphasis on the technology .
    Assessment would include major group projects, in which the conduct of the project would count for as much as the end product, as well as written examinations.

    EW8: Sexual aspects of social work

    (1198) Stewart, W F R, Woodhead-Faulkner Ltd, UK (1979) , 13-146. Sample containing about 40182 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The effect of genetic maldevelopment has been mentioned and may subsist in either abnormal chromosome count or in chromosomal mutation.
    In addition , various factors may interfere with development or future health .
    Some infirmities – such as haemophilia and spinal ataxia – are sex-linked,

    H86: Conduct of Major Maxim

    (1199) Lyall, Gavin, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1982) , 63-186. Sample containing about 43823 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Having the hounds from Six on his trail had made him wary – perhaps especially so around his only child.
    But , she realised , there was a pleasant *irony (incongruity,1.000) * about watching cricket , of all things , next to a man with a concealed pistol .
    " How much did your unwilling informant from Six tell you about Plainsong? "

    HDM:

    (1200)

    it ... it could er be driven around when there are air raids to get out of danger
    but she was a marvellous person , erm
    Mm.

    H0S: The online catalogue: developments & directions

    (1201) Hildreth, Charles R (ed.) , Library Association Publishing Ltd, London (1989) , 25-43. Sample containing about 15425 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Ease of use and learning
    Most of the subjects were more familiar with LIBERTAS than with any version of Okapi .
    Almost all of them were familiar with some online catalogue.

    AKL: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-15: Business section

    (1202) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 14321 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    Steve Miller, chief financial adviser to vice-chairman Paul Reichmann, said arrangements would be finished " hopefully within weeks, but realistically months ".
    The *loaners (lenders,1.000) * are to meet again today .
    " The banks have seen it is containable, that the problem will eventually go away, " said a Canadian lending banker.

    FCU: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (1203) u.p.. Sample containing about 3422 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    She cited In re Wallace (1885) 14 Q.B.D. 22. (2) The bankruptcy process is very much concerned with getting in and distributing the assets of the bankrupt.
    This is an important part of the duties of the official receiver or the trustee in bankruptcy , and the words " for the recovery or administration of any property are apt to cover their duties .
    They also execute a statutory trust in the course of their duties within the meaning of " the execution of any trust " to be found in section 31. (3) Upon a fair reading of the whole of Part IX of the Insolvency Act 1986 (sections 264 to 371) , to many sections of which Miss Arden directed our attention, there is nothing in the wording of section 31 that excludes bankruptcy proceedings from the ambit of the section.

    HML:

    (1204)

    What on earth's that?
    People moving in next door .
    Yeah.

    HUU:

    (1205)

    If you simply regurgitate word for word what's in the fact scenario, that's not going to be persuasive.
    You need to structure it in a way that fits in with the argument that you 're ... the line of argument you 're going to be putting before the magistrate .
    And develop a persuasive argument.

    GW6: The solar system

    (1206) Jones, Barrie William, Pergamon Press, Oxford (1984) . Sample containing about 43203 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    This, however, makes silicates and iron surprisingly scarce and FeS and FeO surprisingly abundant.
    The flattening f of Mercury is very slight .
    The several occultations by Mercury of the radio signals from Mariner 10 yielded radii of cross-sections inclined at about 2° and 68° with respectto the equatorial plane, and the radii are the same to within about 0.5 km.

    K1M: [Central television news scripts]

    (1207) Boileau, John (ed.) , Central TV, Abingdon (1993) . Sample containing about 44443 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure)

    I felt strongly, the girls should wear something they 'd normally buy in stores they visit.
    Voice over
    There was room for the more exotic creations and the star attraction was one of David Emanuel's latest designs – a lilac silk organza wedding dress.

    JJA:

    (1208)

    Erm on what they report does ... is is the ringway.
    I don't think it is .
    No I don't think ....

    EC7: British Medical Journal

    (1209) British Medical Association, London (1993-01-16) , 6-327. Sample containing about 45303 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    The highest prevalence (82 %) was in those with severe factor VIII deficiency who were over 10 years old.
    The table shows the prevalence of HIV antibodies according to age .
    No children aged 0-4 were seropositive; this zero prevalence was significantly lower than the prevalence of 4.8 % in the next age group (p=0.029, Fisher's exact test, one tailed) .

    HC7: Spotlights

    (1210) u.p.. Sample containing about 3048 words of miscellanea (domain: social science)

    We felt vulnerable, exposed and insecure.
    And then , almost overnight , energised and full of enthusiasm for the ideas that had emerged from our long discussions of the research evidence .
    The researcher could share enthusiasms, be a shoulder to cry on and help brainstorm alternatives.

    A5X: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-14: Travel pages

    (1211) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 7718 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    The Weekend First scheme, which offers First class at a small supplement to Saver-class fares, has also been extended.
    The £3 supplementary charge now applies to the whole journey , ratherthan to each train taken .
    Available on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays, the concession is available on most InterCity trains in and out of London.

    FR5: Insiders: women's experience of prison

    (1212) Virago Press Ltd, London (1988) , 13-107. Sample containing about 40005 words from a book (domain: social science)

    It wasn't really that different from the approved school.
    In a place like that it all depends how you get on with the screws : some *young_girls (lasses,0.818) * did take hell .
    When I went to court I pleaded guilty, and I didn't get a sentence, so I was out again.

    A4W: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-12: Focus section

    (1213) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 3910 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    We almost convince ourselves that the music is created not by the orchestra but by the tip of the baton itself, rich sounds oozing out like some exotic genie.
    Yet not so long ago orchestras managed perfectly happily without this apparently indispensable Merlin .
    Like football managers, conductors are a phenomenon of the modern age.

    HHJ: Bishop's Castle Railway Society Journal

    (1214) et al and Lucas, Keith, Bishop's castle railway society (1990) . Sample containing about 4214 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    Adjoining the exhibition in Shop No. 20 are the workshops of Swindon Railway Workshops Ltd., a company set up to carry out complete overhauls to locomotives, carriages and wagons (or their major components) for preservation societies, private owners and museums such as the N.R.M. many of the employees are ex the old Swindon works.
    Work is also undertaken on modern rolling stock for industry .
    The specialist tools including large lathes for turning the wheel rims of express steam locos are of great interest.

    G1U: Sunday morning

    (1215) Connolly, R, Corgi Books, London (1993) , 97-240. Sample containing about 40338 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    They made love again.
    It was different in the morning , the sheets now crumpled , warm and scented with passion , their bodies familiar .
    He wanted to hold on to her, keep them safe in this attic, to hide inside her.

    GY5:

    (1216)

    Oh I see, right, that's fine, yeah.
    Right , *pass (let,0.907) *'s have a look , whereabouts is it ?
    I've got two actually ... ... There's one there. ...

    B20: Look about and die

    (1217) Butters, Roger, The Book Guild Ltd, Lewes, East Sussex (1991) , 45-167. Sample containing about 41196 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Forgive me, mademoiselle, but I'm afraid it is my duty to ask whether ... that is, if you were ... "
    " Lovers ? provided Louise Müller , with a smile quite free from embarrassment .
    " Oh, no.

    KM4:

    (1218)

    So that ... takes on board suggestions that they are attributed to them.
    Are there any other points in the audit that you would want to bring to my attention .
    Erm, no, I don't think so.

    A74: Billy Bayswater

    (1219) Watts, Nigel, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1990) . Sample containing about 39697 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Then he takes a bottle out of his pocket.
    " Will you share a drop with me ? he says , waving the bottle so I can see it .
    I think it's whisky or summat, so I say no thank you.

    HBH: Environmental Issues [Rentokil company newsletter]

    (1220) Rentokil. Sample containing about 16193 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    Rentokil's total score was 71.33 outof a possible 90 points.
    Anglia Admin Team Reach for the Sky
    The Pest Control Administration incentive for 1992 is entitled " It's Magic! " and the admin team from Anglia certainly waved their magic wand earlier this year.

    A35: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Arts section

    (1221) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 7456 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Both these vital seed-beds must be clear about their objectives.
    They can not expect to affect the development of a genius like Janacek .
    But that realisation should not be a disappointment: rather it liberates us from the job of creating masterpieces, and gives us a much more achievable task.

    CER: Too hot to handle

    (1222) Close, Frank, Penguin Group, London (1992) , 1-101. Sample containing about 41137 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    However, the publication of the abstract for his talk was claimed by some in the University of Utah as having brought the cold fusion work into the public domain and excusing their own subsequent announcement.
    Figure 4 .
    Ratio of foreground rate to background rate for each run, in the 2.5 MeV-energy region of the spectrum.

    G61:

    (1223)

    Well what do you think?
    Well I think
    Erm ... ... think it's probably better if ....

    K94: Sales technique and management

    (1224) Lancaster, G and Jobber, D., Pitman Publishing, London (1992) , 63-171. Sample containing about 42882 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    The necessary skills are examined under the following headings.
    (i)
    The opening.

    HCV: IBOA Newssheet

    (1225) u.p.. Sample containing about 6319 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    by Eileen O'Connor
    Since we included a short article on this *subject (topic,0.890) * in the Newsheet last year , the lid has been blown off several skeletons in the National closet .
    During the last twelve months subjects that would have been considered taboo, in this Country, have received widespread media attention.

    G5B: `A

    (1226) Ritchie', male

    Erm there's a repair programme for South African Railways, to repair erm all their tractors, big things.
    Er again we 're hoping to attract that in maybe next year .
    So no, we don't want to scale down.

    A57: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-13: Foreign news pages

    (1227) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 11272 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Having recently returned from a " fact-finding mission " organised by the " Gulf Centre for Strategic Studies ", Mr Marlow attacks in the Gulf Report the " vociferous and unrepresentative minority that effects (sic) to believe that our way of life and system of government is the measure by which all other countries should be measured. "
    Rather than censure the *police_state (dictatorship,1.000) * of President Saddam Hussein , Mr Marlow believes that its poor image is partly the fault of the British press .
    " The press (and television) increasingly make their money (or secure their viewers) by providing entertainment. "

    HXG: The English infinitive

    (1228) Duffley, Patrick J, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992) , 11-149. Sample containing about 44957 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The former exists throughout the process of perception; the latter, however, has no existence before being conceived by the mind, and exists only as a conclusion which arises as a result of, after, the mental operation of inferring that the state of affairs it describes is true.
    In the example given by Cotte, the impossibility of fleeing is not something *that (which) * is immediately perceivable by the sense of vision.

    Although it may have taken only an instant, the person to whom this sentence refers had to make the logical jump from what he could see of the possible escape routes open to him to the realization that flight was impossible.

    EBC: Action

    (1229) World Assoc for Christian Comm (1991-07/1993-02) . Sample containing about 6261 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    These include experiments in programme exchange and plans to set up a regional TV network in time for the 1992 Caribbean Festival of Arts.
    However , all these initiatives require heavy investment at a time when economies are squeezed by foreign debt repayments .
    While Caribbean governments are trying to find ways of fostering local culture at a regional level, groups working at the grassroots level have had considerable success in developing self-supporting communication activities.

    K7E:

    (1230)

    And the noise of the sea itself how was that affected?
    Oh it could could be never bothered er .
    Well I've seen er the it's receiving er message and suddenly the message cutting out the sea going right over the aerial.

    EVA: Sleep and dreaming

    (1231) Empson, Jacob, Faber & Faber Ltd, London (1989) , 3-121. Sample containing about 41017 words from a book (domain: social science)

    As any parent knows, the neonate does not recognize any distinction between night and day.
    His or her patterns of sleep and wakefulness are determined by an intrinsic cyclical patterning of alternation of *behavioral (behavioural,1.000) * activity and sleep states , modulated by demands of hunger and thirst , which commonly resolves into a four-hour day by the end of the first month .
    While some infants may go uncomplaining through the night without feeding by the age of two months they will not have spent the whole time asleep.

    A45: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-10: Focus section

    (1232) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 3441 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    By TERRY MCCARTHY
    THE Khmer Rouge .
    Visions of skulls in the rice fields of Cambodia, torture, starvation, death.

    HT0: Reading your meter

    (1233) Eastern Electricity. Sample containing about 254 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    We are making two changes in our meter-reading procedures.
    Both will keep down our costs -- - costs that are reflected in the price you pay for electricity .
    We are improving the network of routes our meter readers follow, sothat we use the most efficient and economic pattern of working.

    ALN: British journal of social work

    (1234) Oxford University Press, Oxford (1991) . Sample containing about 23700 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    The social worker discussed with Enid the possibility of planning such events into her week.
    Enid felt she did not have the concentration for advanced driving or painting but thought she could probably try gardening .
    However, when the practicalities of gardening were examined, it was difficult for her to timetable it in.

    JSE:

    (1235)

    One of you in each group, who, put your hand up if you 're good at making a paper aeroplane.
    One person in each group .
    One person in each group.

    K5U: Nucleic acids research

    (1236) Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) . Sample containing about 1099 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    The exon-amplification system using the pSPL1 vector works efficiently from either phages or cosmids (1) .
    We aimed to test this system on a YAC containing a known coding sequence as a test case .
    In this paper, we describe the amplification of specific exons from a YAC (B19C12) containing the human proto-oncogene ERG, localised in 21q22.2 (2) .

    ABH: The Economist

    (1237) The Economist Newspaper Ltd, London (1991-19-19) . Sample containing about 61979 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    If third-world countries could export more textiles, their need to sell their timber would be less desperate; if Europe's farmers were not protected, land values would be lower, so they would have less incentive to farm intensively.
    But , as next week's meeting of OECD environment ministers will acknowledge , as some countries grow greener the interests of the environment and the interests of freer trade may seem to diverge .
    The line between protecting the environment and protectionism of a more familiar kind can indeed be worryingly thin.

    J56: Hamish: the story of a pathfinder

    (1238) Mahaddie, Gp Capt T G, Ian Allan Ltd, London (1989) , 11-88. Sample containing about 43387 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    His was undone to the waist, he had no cap, his slacks were dirty and crumpled, he was unshaven and badly needed a haircut, he wore plimsolls, loosely tied with bits of string.
    He was a complete mess ; and please , *pass (let,0.907) * me claim , in complete contrast to my own turnout .
    The SWO stopped his flood of words about my rig (the airman also had one eye bandaged with a filthy pad) .

    HR3: Computer applications in geography

    (1239) Mather, Paul M, John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Chichester (1991) , 100-224. Sample containing about 42325 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    The additional command needed to specify that areas with a negative data value be excluded and that the class intervals be chosen so as to place an equal number of zones in each class is:
    INTERVALS VARIABLE = InFMORT MINIMUM = 0 TYPE = QUANTILE
    This command is placed after the *TEXT command and immediately before the *MAP command, that is, between lines[ 10] and[ 11] in the command file listed above.

    CPA: Computergram international

    (1240) u.p.. Sample containing about 8704 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    AS INTEL CUTS OVERDRIVE TAGS
    Intel Corp has cut up to $ 100 off the price of its OverDrive Processors .
    The 33/66MHz OverDrive Processor is now $ 700, off 12.5 %; the 25/50MHz and 20/40MHz versions were reduced by $ 50 to $ 550 and $ 400.

    EE9: The foundations of the welfare state

    (1241) Thane, P, Longman, New York (1991) , 4-98. Sample containing about 36942 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Asquith, like Campbell-Bannerman, was personally, if somewhat indolently, infavour of reform, but also like his predecessor was extremely cautious about pursuing it, for fear that it would lose as many votes from middle-class taxpayers as it might gain from others.
    He was , however , open to the persuasion that both Lloyd George and Churchill were prepared to apply .
    Lloyd George had both a real desire to bring about social improvement and a shrewd appreciation of the gains it could, if carefully approached, bring both to the Liberal party and to his personal reputation.

    EB9: Action

    (1242) World Assoc for Christian Comm (1991-07/1993-02) , 1-8. Sample containing about 11300 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    WACC defines priorities for next five years
    Education is a vital element in the worldwide struggle for dignity .
    Above, students in Taiwan learn to produce their own community newspaper through which to voice their opinions and concerns

    FS2: The secret garden: Oxford Bookworms Edition

    (1243) Burnett, F, West, C and Burnett, F, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) , 1-57. Sample containing about 11584 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Well, that's true, " said Ben.
    He seemed to feel sorry for her .
    Mary decided she liked old Ben, although he was sometimes bad-tempered.

    CT5: Unigram x

    (1244) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 11986 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    DEC last week announced its first full Open Software Foundation Distributed Computing Environment product, DCE for DEC OSF/1 software, available in July.
    It reportedly incorporates all the foundation technologies specified by the Open Software Foundation's architecture and consists of four components : Digital DCE Runtime Service , Digital DCE Cell Directory Server , Digital DCE Security Server and the Digital DCE Applications Developers ' Kit .
    DEC is also providing custom DCE consulting and integration service for implementing DCE including technical training and design analysis.

    HJN: [Publisher's advertising brochure]

    (1245) Longman UK Ltd. Sample containing about 1039 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    All sections have been expanded with particular emphasis on paediatric AIDS, oral manifestations, and the effect of AIDS on the central nervous system.
    The newer, more reliable tests *that (which) * have been introduced since publication of the first edition are also described and depicted.

    AIDS now affects every sector of the health service of most nations: for this reason the sections on protection against cross-infection for surgeons, dentists, laboratory technicians, nurses and other health care workers is much expanded.

    HU4: Gut: Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology

    (1246) Alan, R N (ed.) , British Medical Association, London. Sample containing about 167165 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    When the target cells were treated with TNF-a at a concentration of 1 to 100 ng/ml, ADCC activity against TNF-a treated cells was not significantly different from that against untreated target cells (data not shown) .
    EFFECT OF IFN-g ON ADCC ACTIVITY
    The effector cells were preincubated with 1 to 100 U/ml IFN-g, and the resulting ADCC activities were compared (Fig 2 (C) ) .

    JT9:

    (1247)

    I don't know whether he might be a bit funny about it.
    I don't know whether it would be a bit better having *person (someone,0.992) * like Ted ?
    ... You know do you know ...

    J5K: The more the Government does, the less you're free to do

    (1248) National front. . Sample containing about 141 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs)

    Please act now.
    While there's still something you can do .
    liberty# chosen line 19 among 285 in CC8.txt as 1256 th sample (file 1256)
    We still very much believe we have been called to work in missions and as soon as we are able to do so, hope to return to that work.
    We have appreciated so much the support, encouragement, prayers and interest of many from the fellowship over the last year.
    God has certainly blessed us through you – thank you.

    HRJ: Constitutional texts

    (1249) Brazier, Rodney, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1990) , 1-90. Sample containing about 35757 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Home's biographer implies that if Hailsham had taken it and not publicly shown his judgement faulty, Home would have supported Hailsham as Macmillan's designated heir.
    We had frequent opportunities for meeting the Homes , who had the next-door set of rooms .
    He told us on more than one occasion that he could not himself contemplate coming down from the House of Lords and denuding it of himself as well as its leader.

    FXB:

    (1250)

    just getting it keeping it moving.
    Right you are .
    Keep the joint, ... what's happening is the the the smooth side is starting to get a wee bit rough and if you can keep that rubbing off the other bone it smooths it down.

    GVX: Radical approaches to adult education: A Reader

    (1251) Lovett, Tom, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1988) , 139-262. Sample containing about 27749 words from a book (domain: social science)

    All this reflects the RBs ' increasing concerns with middle-class education; and, in the case of the UAE Departments, with an increasing emphasis upon professional, continuing, and post-experience work.
    Whilst there may well be every justification for *so_much (such,1.000) * developments , which have been growing steadily since the 1950s but with increasing rapidity over the last decade , these emphases do *derail (undermine,0.938) * the notion of RBs as being wholly concerned with liberal adult education .
    The DES's New Formula for grant aid, which is complicated but based essentially on a head-count of students attending courses as the future basis for allocation of grant (the grant having, anyway, undergone a global reduction) , exacerbates considerably such tendencies.

    H5T:

    (1252)

    Come in.
    Hello .
    Well, what can I do for this wife today?

    C88: The Alton Herald

    (1253) Farnham Castle Newspapers Ltd, Farnham, Surrey (1992-04-17, 1992-04-0) . Sample containing about 42697 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    HOLYBOURNE
    " NO TO HOUSE PLAN
    AN application for outline permission to erect a detached house at 90 London Road, Holybourne has been turned down by local planners.

    HRA: Goshawk squadron

    (1254) Robinson, Derek, Fontana Press, London (1993) , 60-194. Sample containing about 48079 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    If I saw this candle it would remind me of a carrot.
    Well , that's what you 're like .
    You 're hungry, and you see everything in terms of food.

    A23: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-03: Frontpages

    (1255) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 2529 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    The man claimed he spoke for a large group of serving and former policemen who styled themselves " the Inner Circle ".
    He said their aims were the removal of republican terrorists and the ending of the Anglo-Irish Agreement .
    The RUC said the claims would be investigated.

    HCP: Welcome

    (1256) Historic Scotland, Edinburgh (1992/1993) . Sample containing about 5829 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs)

    During the Wars of Independence, which began in 1297, Rothesay was remote enough to survive largely unscathed.
    The marriage of Walter , Sixth Steward to Marjorie , *mother's_daughter (daughter,1.000) * of King Robert the Bruce , eventually resulted in the Stewarts obtaining the throne in 1371 , through Walter and Marjorie's son Robert .
    Both King Robert II (1371--90) and his son Robert III (1390--1406) spent time at Rothesay and carried out minor building works on it.

    CF7: East Anglian Daily Times

    (1257) East Anglian Daily Times Company, Ipswich (1993-03) . Sample containing about 496 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Mr Burns said newsagents – atpresent able to trade freely on Sundays – would face a costly and bureaucratic nightmare if they had to register every five years.
    " It is frankly ridiculous that the new Bill should be more restriction than the original 1950 Act , he said .
    930317

    HW9: Accounting in a business context

    (1258) Jarvis, Robin and Berry, Aidan, Chapman & Hall, London (1992) , 1-113. Sample containing about 29455 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    Review questions
    1 .
    What is the purpose of depreciation?

    G1R: Soviet relations with Latin America

    (1259) Miller, N, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1989) , 5-108. Sample containing about 36264 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Eudocio Ravines, the former Peruvian Communist, describes how in 1917 " all the events in Russia went straight to my heart.
    Every morning I read the news avidly , and in it I saw gradually a possibility of believing in something again ...
    I could find genuine analogies between the[ Peruvian] Indian and what I imagined the Russian muzhik to be " (Ravines: 1951, p. 13) .

    B39: Graduate enterprise programme

    (1260) University of Ulster, Coleraine (1991) . Sample containing about 1731 words of miscellanea (domain: social science)

    LEDU
    Northern Bank
    Training & Employment Agency

    G3C: The Penguin history of Greece

    (1261) Burn, A R, Penguin Group, London (1990 (revised) ) , 126-245. Sample containing about 42791 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    They instruct the soul how to direct her journey; how to avoid drinking of Lé0thé0, the Water of Oblivion, how to answer the guards of the Water of Memory, how to address Queen Persephone herself and win admittance to the abode of the saints.
    There is reference to having won free from the sorrowful , weary wheel ; a striking parallel to the Indian " wheel of rebirth .
    That Pythagoras had learned this doctrine from India was alleged in later Greek times, but is improbable; the extent to which men can independently follow the same trains of original thought has often been astonishing.

    FUA: Teaching English with video

    (1262) Allan, Margaret, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1985) , 3-105. Sample containing about 34467 words from a book (domain: social science)

    However you do need to think of getting your own camera if you want to do any of these things in your own institution:
    -- - record student performance (Chapter 7) ;
    – record examples of classroom practice (Chapter 9) ;

    K41: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Foreign news pages

    (1263) u.p.. Sample containing about 24533 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    To have been the driver of a lorry trying to provide desperately needed aid to besieged people.
    In that case the beneficiaries would have been Muslims but they could just as easily have belonged to a different group .
    Measured Much of the early slaughter was committed by Serbs against Croats.

    FR8: Last man to die

    (1264) Dobbs, M, HarperCollins, London (1991) , 92-222. Sample containing about 42193 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Long live our beloved Fuehrer, Adolf Hitler!
    Death to the Jewish conspirators !
    My friends, keep up the good fight! "

    EWA: Style in fiction

    (1265) Short, Michael H and Leech, Geoffrey N, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1987) , 11-146. Sample containing about 43998 words from a book (domain: arts)

    The passage is concerned not only with objects of perception, but with the process of perceiving them; the occurrence of first person pronouns (over half of the personal pronouns are of this type) is a symptom of this (37)
    On the other hand , Conrad avoids using verbs with a human agent .
    The " eye ", as if with a will of its own, becomes the subject-agent in " as far as the eye could reach " (1) , " My eye followed the light cloud " (6) , " the only thing on which the eye could rest (4) .

    FS1: The spinning wheel

    (1266) Lorrimer, C, Corgi Books, London (1993) , 289-409. Sample containing about 43094 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " I will, of course, be happy to go in a week or two's time, but if it's at all possible, I very much want to be in London in July.
    You see , Harry is coming over from America for that month and I so want to see him .
    It's quite likely he will be returning to America to live there permanently, and so it could be my last chance. "

    G2A: [Collection of estate agents' property details]

    (1267) u.p.. Sample containing about 12765 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    Modern Pampas coloured suite comprising panel enclosed bath, low level w.c., pedestal wash basin, mixer tap, ceramic tiling, radiator, electric shaver point, window to rear.
    OUTSIDE :
    COMMUNAL GARDENS

    H0F: The green behind the glass

    (1268) Geras, Adele, Lions Teen Tracks, UK (1989) , 1-118. Sample containing about 41764 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Adrian-types with long, delicate fingers maybe.
    Not me .
    Helen might care, I suppose.

    J53: Design and society

    (1269) Langdon, Richard, Cross, Nigel (eds.) , The Design Council, UK (1984) , 51-105. Sample containing about 30994 words from a book (domain: arts)

    Our work so far has obviously only been of a preliminary nature, but even so it is clear that there are many strands in the concept of participation and public involvement in decision-making related to novel energy systems.
    It is apparent that there is considerable latent *admass (public,0.887) * interest in renewable energy systems and a desire for more information .
    Some conclusions

    G2E: Harpers & Queen

    (1270) The National Magazine Company Ltd, London (1990-04) . Sample containing about 61542 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    " I 'll be watching the seasons change out of my dressing-room window: I'm doing it to test my patience, " says Gordon, disappointed only that her love of travel must be momentarily put on hold.
    " I 'll take long journeys on the Circle and District lines .
    I 'll take my passport and go to Ongar. "

    J7L: Language and Literature Volume 1 No

    (1271) Bellard-Thomson, Carol, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992) , 146-147. 2 1992. Sample containing about 1247 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Particularly useful is the very brief section, " What to do if you get stuck ", a calming and careful list of suggestions putting control of the learning process firmly in the reader's own hands.
    Detailed information on " teaching a course with this book throws much light on the authors conception of teaching and learning as well as giving practical examples of an efficient pedagogical approach .
    Simple phraseology throughout makes the work easily accessible.

    HTE: Edinburgh undergraduate prospectus 1993

    (1272) Smith, David, Grosvenor Press, Portsmouth (1993) , 1-157. Sample containing about 56720 words of miscellanea (domain: social science)

    There is usually a large number of Arab postgraduates in the department (for the University Library has an important collection of Islamic MSS) , which helps to keep undergraduates exposed to Arabic in everyday use.
    Introductory reading : B. Lewis , The Arabs in History ; G. Endress , An Introduction to Islam .
    Chinese

    HYD:

    (1273)

    Erm, that worry might come in two different ways.
    Er , how do I get down atall , erm , of course that might not be a worry , you might ... and just remain in the realm ... for all eternity .
    But then you might worry, if I'm bound to come back down again, how can I guarantee that I come back down into the right erm body again.

    B1N: Highland journey

    (1274) Hedderwick, Mairi, Canongate Press plc, Edinburgh (1992) , 57-163. Sample containing about 35260 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    Prior to Arran I had walked long days sometimes speaking to no one and moving through completely new landscapes.
    Every impression sharply registered and the thread of my progress and purpose unbroken .
    And that anonymity, that protective aura, intact.

    BN1: And thus will I freely sing

    (1275) Davidson, Tony (ed.) , Polygon Books, Edinburgh (1989) , 41-186. Sample containing about 36954 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Rose-Marie, part owner of the Right and Wrong Restaurant, was a former model from Toulon in the south of France.
    Napoleon had fought one of his early battles at Toulon , but Rose-Marie hadn't realised this until Catriona pointed it out .
    " This is a going concern! " said Rose-Marie.

    H9Y: Thank you for having me

    (1276) Lipman, Maureen, Robson Books Ltd, London (1990) , 57-188. Sample containing about 47961 words from a book (domain: arts)

    We need personal reflections – it's just a string of sketches held tenuously together by far too many dates and places.
    I'm worried .
    There seems to be a rush to get on and we 're papering cracks.

    ED5: Local government and urban politics

    (1277) Hampton, W, Longman, New York (1991) , 15-130. Sample containing about 44627 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    The Local Government and Housing Act 1989 enacts this Provision though it substitutes 208 hours for twenty-six days and exempts employees who are elected to the chair of councils (Clause 10) .
    Second , there is the issue of the propriety of a local government officer being politically active .
    The Widdicombe Committee distinguished between senior officers who advise on policy and who should " command the respect and trust of all political parties " (Widdicombe 1986: 161) and other employees.

    CR6: Dangerous lady

    (1278) Cole, M, Headline Books (>>1992) , 3-123. Sample containing about 41560 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Dear Maura, she had taken the poor little thing under her wing.
    Sarah only hoped now that Janine and Roy sorted themselves out .
    That it wasn't too late for her to take to her daughter.

    CC7: [Queen's Park Baptist church magazines]

    (1279) u.p.. Sample containing about 6839 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: belief and thought)

    5oz (100g) Margarine
    2tbsp (2x15ml sp) Golden Syrup
    1 (1) Egg (beaten)

    CMN: Content of social explanation

    (1280) James, Susan, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1984) , 55-180. Sample containing about 41560 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    In these " frenzied uprisings " " the peasant consciousness suddenly broke loose from its moorings, fell prey to ancient deliriums, and abandoned itself to all its demons.
    In default of a veritable liberation it embarked on the adventure of a satanic revolt .
    This way of thinking about witchcraft and possession as manifestations of conscious and unconscious psychological states puts them in a particular light.

    FBE: What is this thing called science?

    (1281) Chalmers, A F, Open University Press, Milton Keynes (1992) , 1-120. Sample containing about 40070 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    A simple, popular account of seeing might run as follows.
    Humans see by using their eyes .
    The most important components of the human eye are a lens and a retina, the latter acting like a screen on which images of objects external to the eye are formed.

    KBY:

    (1282)

    Well I'm sure if whether we 're at that stage or not.
    Mm .
    Oh yes.

    HV3:

    (1283)

    But how do you, how do you know ...
    ... I ask them to do it .
    How do you know they 're enjoying it?

    CCM: Circle of friends

    (1284) Binchy, Maeve, Coronet Books, London (1991) . Sample containing about 38395 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    The first day was always important, it set the tone for the whole year.
    She would cook them all a good breakfast and make it clear that she expected them to be at the table on time .
    She had kept students for seven years now, and was known as one of the university's favoured landladies.

    AAG: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-22: Applied Science pages

    (1285) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 5381 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    PATHOLOGIST, seeking improvement to his department, at staff committee: " We must think of our public image.
    Of course the mortuary is the *store (shop,0.825) * window of the hospital .
    I HAD to spend some time comforting a distraught mother whose child was thought to have a behavioural problem.

    F86:

    (1286)

    ... has to be done, I wouldn't agree with it.
    I'm just asking ... Professor for my own clarification at this stage , and it is that he does not agree to accept Mr's *supplement (addendum,0.900) * .
    And so ... therefore I have to ask now ... is there anybody willing to second Mr's addendum?

    A9D: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-10: Business section

    (1287) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 24288 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    This is the best deal, although it differs from the bank and building society accounts in requiring one month's notice for withdrawals.
    Parents opening accounts will find that The Royal Bank of Scotland's Rainbow Savings account comes out top of the major high street banks , paying 8.25 per cent net , followed by the Bank of Scotland's Supersaver at 7.82 per cent .
    Both require a minimum investment of £1, give instant access and include gifts.

    AN9: Melt down: collapse of a nuclear dream

    (1288) Aubrey, Crispin, Collins & Brown Ltd, London (1991) , 13-112. Sample containing about 41687 words from a book (domain: social science)

    In fact, between 1982 and 1989, the company paid out over £500, 000 through a compensation scheme to the families of workers who had died of cancer.
    It has not accepted legal responsibility for the deaths .
    Attempts are still being made through the courts to establish the company's liability for several other cases where the children of workers are still suffering from cancers of various types.

    B3B: An introduction to postgraduate studies

    (1289) University of Ulster, Coleraine (1991) . Sample containing about 13940 words of miscellanea (domain: social science)

    Other forms of recorded knowledge, suchas microfilm, tape and disc recordings, film strips, slides and videotapes are kept in the library.
    In particular , there are significant *microfiche (microfilm,1.000) * collections at Jordanstown and Coleraine and 30 , 000 slides at Belfast .
    A modern library makes extensive use of information technology and it is frequently the case that students are tentative in making full use of such technology or are unaware of the wide range of services available.

    KRY:

    (1290)

    Essentially you 'll that erm the the analysts are erm hand on, uhm, " both managers a such should be encouraged to consult the various directors and put some forethought into the sort of accessibilities, sorry accountabilities, that characterize a certain sort of job " so although they are not all directors, Neil is is is ... will be our editorial expert in this.
    John Temple will be design expert in this erm Malcolm Price obviously production and Dave Stewart for sales and Loretta for secretaries erm and they have had a deal more training and briefing on the whole process .
    erm When the the the job description is signed it ought to be passed by a job analyst just to make sure ... to check the things that erm ... it has been done properly and then it has to be signed by the erm job holder, the job holder's manager and the head of division, and it has to be got to personnel.

    KDW:

    (1291)

    That's right.
    But they've no experiences a lot of
    No.

    B2Y: Sound recordings

    (1292) Copeland, Peter, The British Library Board, London (1991) , 5-76. Sample containing about 20031 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    All of these developments detracted from the label as a source of interest in its own right, and the charm of classic record labels is increasingly unrecognised by collectors.
    36 A paperless label , used on seven-inch singles from 1975 onwards , in a surprising reversion to Berliner's technique .
    Fakes and forgeries

    AA1: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-13: Foreign news pages

    (1293) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 15407 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Viz. HM the Queen.
    One version circulating at the Palace is that Her Majesty realised that Her Other Majesty didn't yet know the result when she arrived for their weekly get-together .
    So HM spun out the agony.

    K61:

    (1294)

    How do most people go to away matches?
    Do they make their own way ... ?
    Their own transport and they do, do run coaches and er there are rail British Rail run the service as well as a rule.

    EFE: Warm hearted weekends

    (1295) u.p.. Sample containing about 5954 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    55 bedrooms, all en-suite, TV, tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer, trouser press.
    Ample free parking .
    £24*

    C9H: Guitarist

    (1296) Music Maker Publications, Ely, Cambs (1992-08/1993-01) . Sample containing about 40952 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    But don't misunderstand me; I don't disagree with the fact that you interviewed them.
    It's good that all musical bases are covered .
    I would just like to see more diversity of people and styles.

    AAR: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-31: Arts section

    (1297) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 2480 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Feature Tours, Australian Pacific and Bus Australia all make regular visits.
    Where brass makes music Critic's choice Music..
    By Gerald Larner FOLLOWERS of the BBC Philharmonic – that small but discriminating section of the concert audience in the North-west – will have noticed a peculiarly high proportion of works featuring solo trumpet in the orchestra's current programmes.

    ASE: The world of Thrush Green

    (1298) Read, Michael Joseph Ltd (Penguin) , London (1990) , 11-119. Sample containing about 33613 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Joan Young was as good as her word, and later John Lovell called to see his brother-in-law.
    " *Pass (Let,0.907) *'s have a look at this rash , said the doctor , helping Edward off with his shirt .
    He surveyed the spots in silence, whilst the patient awaited the worst.

    KDN:

    (1299)

    Now, anybody comes in can see it's going.
    Fuck's that ?
    It's er ... it's a like a ... it's like a ... it's like a ... you put ...

    C9L: Guitarist

    (1300) Music Maker Publications, Ely, Cambs (1992-08/1993-01) . Sample containing about 59174 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Later, Scotty formed a country band " The Starlight Wranglers " with Bill Black on upright bass and DJ Fontana on drums, and it was this outfit which producer Sam Phillips put behind his new signing, a white boy with the sound and feel of a black artist.
    Although Scotty is reputed to have recorded over 500 sides with Elvis, it's those early sessions *that (which) * evoke the most passion: Phillips ' Sun recordings where Presley was at his raw best and where the band was allowed to gel, with improvisation and vitality the order of the day.

    Recording sessions in the '90s are well organised, with musicians having at least some idea of what's about to go down.

    J7H: Language and Literature Volume 1 No

    (1301) Semino, Elena, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992) , 135-140. 2 1992. Sample containing about 1991 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    The speaking voices or personae who function as the subjects of the fictional enunciations can not be straightforwardly identified with real-life authors but are essentially poetic constructs, resulting from the interpretative engagement of the reader with the language of the text (Herman 1989) .
    The degree to which readers assimilate the constructed poetic persona to the author will , however , vary from case to case , depending , presumably , on their knowledge and expectations about different writers and genres , and on their perception of each individual text .
    Green, for example, repeatedly wonders about the identity of the first person speaker in " The retreate " (" who is the " " I " " of the utterance? "

    FB7: Spain 1808-1975

    (1302) Carr, R, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) , 1-129. Sample containing about 40568 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Corporate property and entail were sins against the " natural tendency towards perfection ": individual interest, i.e. ownership, was the " first instrument of prosperity ".
    Combining these two propositions , it followed that the task of nineteenth-century *neoliberalism (liberalism,0.812) * was confined to the creation of a free market in land by the abolition of *mean (entail,0.895) * , and the sale of the church estates and the common lands .
    The sale of these lands on the open market did not solve the social aspects of the agrarian problem – particularly the chronic unemployment and grinding poverty afflicting the braceros.

    HUT:

    (1303)

    It might be quite a difficult thing to draft.
    It is .
    Er, because clearly there are some points you wouldn't want to be too specific about.

    C8F: Calming traffic in residential areas

    (1304) Tolley, Rodney, Brefi Press, Dyfed (1990) , 5-122. Sample containing about 41345 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    protected from the worst effects of the weather; and
    personally secure
    Achieving this goal would require both positive and negative actions, the one to promote pleasure and safety.

    A5V: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-14: Style section

    (1305) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 2619 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Designers ' Saturday was transplanted from New York eight years ago.
    The idea was an attractive one .
    Designers from different disciplines would be able to meet one another in London's best modern design showrooms, linked by a chain of taxis, drink, food and music.

    HV1:

    (1306)

    is it that you have got so strongly against this drug?
    What we have so strongly on this is that there are now over twenty eight thousand
    Mm.

    A3C: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Food pages

    (1307) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 8522 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    READER submissions for filo pastry recipes were a trickle rather than a torrent.
    Postmarks were for the most part no further north than the Midlands .
    But filo pastry is available in the North, because this week's winning recipe comes from Newcastle upon Tyne.

    GWJ: The British Journal of Social Work

    (1308) Hugman, Richard and Challis, David, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993-08) , 319-434. Sample containing about 40486 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    In reviewing the four projects, the Social Services Inspectorate identified ten key elements which appeared to be crucial to the achievement of effective multidisciplinary assessment (DoH, 1989b) .
    In particular, the establishment of a multidisciplinary panel motivated to develop a practice model, with clear objectives, membership and identification of task, appeared to be particularly important factors in sustaining development work and leading to a practice model *that (which) * became established across the disciplines.

    However, the assessment schedules produced by all of the four projects did not fulfil some of the essential requirements of the new legislation, particularly in relation to comprehensiveness, user and carer participation, and a needs-led approach.

    CHL: Power, crime, and mystification

    (1309) Box, Steven, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1992) , 1-177. Sample containing about 32935 words from a book (domain: social science)

    If there is no way of implementing justice for the largest and worst offending corporations then it is surely unjust to pursue with such ruthless and cruel tenacity the majority of those eventually condemned to prison.
    By all *way (means,0.993) * punish those committing *force (violence,0.821) * against us , but when we fail to punish those practising minor acts of genocide , *pass (let,0.907) * us be merciful on those committing *relatively (comparatively,1.000) * minor acts of *force (violence,0.821) * .
    If that is too hard to stomach, then the political will should be discovered or constructed sothat our government will pursue vigorously and ruthlessly all those, including transnational corporations, who violate laws, particularly those designed to protect our lives and limbs.

    CTT: Unigram x

    (1310) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 8256 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    After months of dallying, Xpen Co Ltd has finally endorsed the Open Software Foundation's Distributed Computing Environment as its standard for distributed computing architectures.
    Even though Xpen no longer has any formal relationship with the Foundation, following the Cambridge, Massachusetts-based group's withdrawal from its board at the end of last year, the open systems standards body has nailed down an agreement with OSF *that (which) * will see all DCE specifications integrated into its Common Applications Environment, CAE, interfaces over the next 12 to 18 months.

    First specifications to come across will be the DCE Remote Procedure Call, which is based upon Hewlett-Packard Copollo's Network Computing System technology.

    ED2: Moto grandprix

    (1311) Moto Cycle News, Kettering, England (1991) . Sample containing about 14823 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Photos by PATRICK GOSLING, DAVID GOLDMAN and MALCOLM BRYAN
    Grand Prix 500cc road racing is the *glamor (glamour,1.000) * class , the most prestigious and most famous of all forms of motor cycle sport .
    The superstars who race fearsome 175bhp four cylinder twostrokes in the 15 GP's, stretching from Japan, Australia and America through Europe to Brazil and Malaysia, are the most famous and best paid performers in bikesport.

    CS4: Sudden death

    (1312) Hamer, Malcolm, Headline Book Publishing plc, London (1991) , 1-150. Sample containing about 40223 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Apart from the fact that there was trouble with one of the other directors – apparently Jefferson was having a high old time with his wife and, to add insult to injury, charging the hotel rooms to expenses – you may recall that Downton lost two very valuable contracts with players in tennis and golf.
    " Remember the famous love affair between Mary-Ann Curtis and Larry Marsh ?
    Three years ago, nobody who read either the front, middle or back pages of a newspaper could have missed reading about the exploits of these two mega-stars.

    K69:

    (1313)

    Drop it down, in this Pentiford yep, ours is filled with all sorts of gear, forinstance decontamination, you know erm after a, a chemical incidence you've got to clean yourself off without contaminating everybody else, and you can do this within a pod, it's been so designed that you can walk in one way dirty, and walk out another way clean, and ...
    And how do you clean up in there then ?
    Well there's water provided, there's showers provided, there's, there's clean air is provided, there's dirty areas and it was all well planned and segregated and, and partitioned off and curtained off and so on and, and it does work.

    CBX: Accountancy

    (1314) Institute of Chartered Accountants, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 92066 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    Many companies whose latest accounting period started on 1 November will therefore be affected as this period will end after the appointed day.
    Corporation tax return (CT 200)
    At the time of writing there has been little feedback from the trial period earlier this year during which forms CT 200 were completed and submitted alongside the usual accounts and computations.

    CKS: Being a teacher

    (1315) Claxton, Guy, Cassell, London (1989) , 1-112. Sample containing about 36257 words from a book (domain: social science)

    In Japan, for example, you can get away with saying and doing things when you are drunk that would be unthinkable when sober.
    The key to the success of *so_much (such,1.000) * releases , though , is always that you do not have to pay for them with significant amounts of guilt or regret the next morning .
    Re-create

    K5R: Nucleic acids research

    (1316) Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) . Sample containing about 6752 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    DNA was isolated from a number of different species, digested with EcoRI, and the fragments separated by electrophoresis.
    A 1.4 kb *COMPLEMENTARY_DNA (cDNA,1.000) * fragment of hSSRP1 denoted lPt2 (10) was used for hybridization at low stringency .
    Figure 2.

    CPS: Computergram international

    (1317) u.p.. Sample containing about 9098 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    ACCOUNTING OVERSIGHT
    Enterprise Computer Holdings Plc said on Tuesday that when its accounts for the 15 months to end-March 1992 , were signed last year , the group's accountants , KPMG Peat Marwick , had not signed the audit report of its principal subsidiary , Enterprise Computer Services , the Daily Telegraph reports : the subsidiary's accounts for that period are now in the process of being filed and will be qualified by KPMG Peat Marwick on a going concern basis ; Louis Kemp , new finance director , wants to know how it happened .
    BILL GATES, ALL HEART

    FMS:

    (1318)

    Whether or not you leave the surviving spouse makes a different.
    Whether or not you leave children makes a difference .
    If you've got a spouse and children then the spouse is going to get household goods and personal effects, the ordinary everyday things in the house and the first seventy five thousand pounds.

    CHK: Outdoor Action

    (1319) Hawker Consumer Publications, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 26923 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    12 MILE HIKE IN NORTH YORKSHIRE
    August 23 .
    Hike the open moorland above Helmsley on this 12 mile route which promises spectacular views and a chance to see the odd grouse or two.

    CSF: Unigram x

    (1320) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 10202 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Under the new contract, Independence will provide CBIS with iTran Toolkit and iView software, consulting and training.
    Enfield , Middlesex-based Data Connection Ltd is supplying the X.400 technology that will be included in Microsoft Corp's messaging service that will be released with Windows NT .
    IBM is licensing some Wollongong Group networking technology for use in future products.

    G58:

    (1321)

    Yeah.
    Right thanks .
    Right cheerio now.# chosen line 305 among 322 in A98.txt as 1330 th sample (file 1330)
    Not only will the beer suddenly go flat: the extra oxygen in the high-pressure air will rapidly burn the alcohol out of the client's bloodstreams.
    Experienced topers will leave promptly, before their merry glow is chilled into doom-laden sobriety.
    But Daedalus goes further.

    K6T:

    (1322)

    Oh good heavens.
    And stuff them .
    Mhm.

    K64:

    (1323)

    Oh that was great.
    Mm and there was a *lanai (verandah,1.000) * there so , if I didn't go out , you know , I could always sit on the *lanai (verandah,1.000) * and watch them surfing .
    Mm mm.

    CRX: Controlling crime

    (1324) Roshier, Bob, Open University Press, Milton Keynes (1989) , 5-85. Sample containing about 39133 words from a book (domain: social science)

    In the legal context, we need to feel that the prohibitions of laws, in the way they are defined and in the way they are applied, are justifiable and influence us all equally (or, again, if they do not, that they discriminate on acceptable grounds) .
    The strength of our belief in conformity , based on this sense of justice may act quite independently of considerations of immediate personal advantage .
    Sources and Contexts of Control

    HTK: A higher education

    (1325) Silver, Harold, The Falmer Press, Basingstoke (1990) , 65-162. Sample containing about 45316 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The Principal responded initially by agreeing to redesignate courses as full-time, and explaining that the Academic Board had come into existence after departments had been constructed to match DipTech requirements, but had in fact gone a long way towards the Council's view – further than the report on the June quinquennial visit had acknowledged.
    In October the Principal wrote further to express the Academic Board's disagreement with the visitors ' *discoveries (findings,0.878) * .
    The Board, he pointed out, had met monthly for the past two years, and controlled the work of the College.

    JNL: National Council for Voluntary Organisations annual general meeting

    (1326) Sample containing about 5819 words speech recorded in business context

    I mean, quite clearly there is an entirely new relationship developing between government and the voluntary sector, it seems to me, which is a contractual relationship in a sense.
    Now I don't know how that will develop .
    I do need, er, I do know that that the conflict between government, local government, the voluntary sector and all others who have an interest, can be quite prodigious, and the ways to resource can be also, quite considerable, and the whole thing does need to be debated and sorted out.

    J3C: The Environment Digest

    (1327) Wright, Martin (ed.) , Environment Publishers Ltd. Sample containing about 14172 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    The decision follows the death in a Chicago aquarium of two belugas caught a month earlier in Hudson Bay.
    Le Monde 31 December
    Conservation: Species

    HLA: Keesings Contemporary Archives

    (1328) Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1991) . Sample containing about 58408 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    UN report on damage from Iran-Iraq war
    A report released on Aug. 2 by a UN team assigned to assess damage resulting from the 1980-88 war with Iraq [ see p. 38309 ] found that " the damage inflicted on the country's infrastructure was of a magnitude and nature that will require several years of repair or reconstruction .
    The report described reconstruction efforts as impressive, but estimated the probable total cost of direct and indirect damage at 65, 346 million rials (about US $ 1, 000 million) .

    A9J: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-10: Foreign news pages

    (1329) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 3705 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    It would create a further fact that would put Israel on the spot.
    Israel's reaction , however hostile , could only further our cause .
    Arresting or deporting the tens of thousands of Palestinian professionals who would be employed in perfectly apolitical, harmless and humanitarian jobs can only further isolate the Israeli Government.

    F9V: Discourse analysis

    (1330) Yule, G and Brown, G, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1991) , 1-112. Sample containing about 39578 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The functions of language
    The analysis of discourse is , necessarily , the analysis of language in use .
    As such, it can not be restricted to the description of linguistic forms independent of the purposes or functions which those forms are designed to serve in human affairs.

    ADF: Understanding horses

    (1331) Langley, Garda, David & Charles Publishers plc, Newton Abbot, Devon (1989) . Sample containing about 36847 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    Foals who have learnt to evade bot-flies in such a way, will continue to do so as adult horses if they have access to shelter.
    Older horses *that (who) * don't try and run away from bot-flies, usually have not had the use of shelter sheds when they were young, so have formed the habit of nolonger attempting to evade these injurious insects.

    As we have seen, the establishment of a habit can create a situation where a horse refuses to think – irrespective of how intelligent a horse may be, and even if solving the problem is in the horse's own interests.

    CEK: Today

    (1332) News Group Newspapers Ltd, London (1992-12) . Sample containing about 124295 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Interior designer David Hicks will be with Sr Carello and author Josephine Hart with Sra Carello.
    Inspired by a similar event held by the New York Public Library , this is a new way of raising funds .
    Since it is the dinner party hosts holding the event, the whole £100 a head goes to the charity.

    A7C: C S Lewis: a biography

    (1333) Wilson, A N, Collins, UK (1990) . Sample containing about 38705 words from a book (domain: arts)

    How, for instance, did a medieval man look at the sky?
    Having early disposed of the false idea that in the Middle Ages people believed in a flat earth , Lewis tells us to look at the sky itself .
    You must go out on a starry night and walk about for half an hour trying to see the sky in termsof the old (Ptolemaic) cosmology.

    A4Y: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-12: Gazette section

    (1334) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 3383 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Throughout their married life she was a tremendous support, managing their everyday affairs, helping to organise his exhibitions on both sides of the Atlantic and allowing him the freedom – one might say the luxury – to paint without interruption.
    Obituary : Penny Lernoux
    By PETER HEBBLETHWAITE

    E9X: Exploration for metalliferous and related minerals in Britain

    (1335) Colman, T B, British Geological Survey, Nottingham (1990) , 1-37. Sample containing about 21983 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    Two horizons of sulphidic quartzite with Zn-Cu-Pb mineralisation occur in the Tyndrum area of western Scotland within the Argyll Group above the Ben Eagach Schist Formation which hosts the Aberfeldy mineralisation.
    The upper Ben Challum horizon is upto 20m thick with a strike length of several kilometres .
    Channel sampling has proved up to 3 per cent Zn and 0.1 per cent Pb over one metre.

    ANU: Pity the nation: Lebanon at war

    (1336) Fisk, Robert, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1991) , 12-91. Sample containing about 40226 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    For today, Roberts ' delicate sketches and water-colours of Ottoman Palestine can be found in the hallways, bedrooms and living rooms of tens of thousands of Palestinians in Lebanon.
    In the dust of the great Ein Helweh Palestinian camp just east of Sidon , cheap copies of Roberts ' prints -- - of Nablus , of Hebron , of Jericho and Jerusalem -- - are hung on the cement walls of refugee shacks , behind uncleaned glass , sometimes held in place by Scotch tape and glue .
    His pictures of Lebanon's forgotten tranquillity hang in Lebanese homes too.

    HB0: Atomic Energy Authority Gazette

    (1337) u.p.. Sample containing about 4670 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    However, vehicle owners will be given the opportunity to move or remove any such item beforehand.
    Zone " A was developed by the British Standard Committee on *windshield (windscreen,1.000) * repair .
    It is an area 290 mm wide centred on a vertical line passing through the centre of the steering wheel, within the area swept by the windscreen wipers.

    KA1: [School essays on literature]

    (1338) u.p.. Sample containing about 46614 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: arts)

    The station was quite, everybody was sleeping apart from Ralph.
    While waiting he brought out a penknife and began whittling away a table-top .
    A loud alarm bell rang out soundly and he awoke from a trance.

    C93: The East Yorkshire village book

    (1339) Countryside Books, Newbury, Berks (1991) , 115-225. Sample containing about 39291 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    The minster leads into the largely undisturbed Georgian town centre, which has taken on a new lease of life under the guidance of the local Civic Society.
    The society and private individuals have won many awards for the restored cobbled streets and buildings , particularly the Bishop's Manor , the summer palace of the Bishop of Durham .
    Howden was renowned for centuries as the site of an important horse fair which lasted six days, beginning on 26th September.

    JSK: Durham University: politics lecture

    (1340) Sample containing about 9750 words speech recorded in educational context

    And Lincoln was criticized, attacked for this, that er ... and he said in response to this the attention of the country has been called to the proposition that one who is sworn as the constitution says to take care that the laws be faithfully executed should himself not violate those laws a fairly reasonable proposition you might think, if your oath says to uphold the law then you start going round breaking the law er something wrong here somewhere methinks.
    He goes on to say of course ... federal laws were not being obeyed in the confederacy because they 'd rejected the entire panoply of federal laws and Lincoln goes on to point out must they these laws and the confederacy be allowed to ... to *say (state,0.816) * the question more directly , are all the laws but one to go unexecuted and the government itself to go to pieces less that one be violated .
    So you get the ... impression here of Lincoln talking about an unusual crisis situation ... ... in a letter to one of his mates in eighteen sixty four Lincoln goes on ... Lincoln goes on to, in his letter to a friend to deny that civil war was fought to, to free the slaves ... er as a moral crusade, he wants no part of that argument.

    J7K: Language and Literature Volume 1 No

    (1341) Bex, Tony, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992) , 143-145. 2 1992. Sample containing about 1651 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Wisely, Bright has included biographical entries of dead linguists only.
    Chomsky , who is probably the most widely known living linguist , is listed , but readers are immediately referred to " Formal grammar , which indicates a proper emphasis on ideas rather than personalities .
    It would be difficult to think of a linguistic topic which is not covered in some form, although I will admit to a passing irritation with the way in which my browsing (and the book is eminently browsable) was constantly interrupted by a brief listing of some exotic language-family.

    CGE: Facing conflict

    (1342) Lawson, Michael, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1991) , 13-158. Sample containing about 41009 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    So you pass the responsibility, in an almost unconscious way, to the other party.
    It becomes their responsibility to release the pressure and tension within you .
    They now become responsible for your anger.

    HR9: They came from SW19

    (1343) Williams, Nigel, Faber & Faber Ltd, London (1992) , 119-250. Sample containing about 44546 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Thatth why I believe in Jethuth! "
    I grinned back .
    " Why believe in alienth, though? " she went on.

    CJ9: [Selection of leaflets from T Higgins Trust]

    (1344) Terrence Higgins Trust, London (1991/1992) . Sample containing about 40103 words of miscellanea (domain: social science)

    If an HIV antibody test is not mentioned in reply to that question, the person whose blood sample is being taken need not refuse consent expressly for an HIV antibody test, but should ask for the purpose of the blood test to be entered in their medical records.
    If the person taking the blood sample is asked for what purpose it is being taken and replies that it is for an HIV antibody test, a person *that (who) * does not wish an HIV antibody test to be done should expressly say so, and should also ask for this refusal to be entered in their medical records.

    Who should know the result?

    FDP: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (1345) u.p.. Sample containing about 11589 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    By way of shorthand I will refer to third parties who, with the requisite knowledge, were concerned in the carrying on of unauthorised investment business as responsible third parties.
    The question is whether , apart from the requirement of proof that the third party was knowingly concerned in the *dispute (contravention,1.000) * , there is any jurisdictional restriction on the court's power to make an order under section 6 (2) against responsible third parties .
    No doubt in the exercise of its discretion a court may take into account a number of factors, suchas for example the conduct and wishes of individual investors, which might in a given case militate against the making of an order.

    FA5: Flowers in the rain

    (1346) Pilcher, R, Coronet Books, London (1991) , 1-126. Sample containing about 35812 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " If you 'd like to, Miranda.
    Arnold thought Cottescombe would be *amusing (fun,0.882) * .
    William said, shortly, " I can't come. "

    A3P: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Travel section

    (1347) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 8032 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Its villages look too good to be true.
    Lavenham and Long Melford , forexample , have no telegraph poles , to preserve the *dateless (timeless,1.000) * air that pervades them .
    Yet you only have to read Ronald Blythe's Akenfield to realise that these picturesque, half-timbered cottages, often painted the characteristic Essex pink (pale salmon) , ochre or spring-leaf green, are more prosperous now than ever in the " real " past.

    F8P:

    (1348)

    They didn't make things but they was responsible for moving things about.
    Where did they come from ?
    Where were they kept?

    CKB: The raven on the water

    (1349) Taylor, Andrew, Fontana Press, London (1992) , 7-136. Sample containing about 41380 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Two seconds of silence ticked by.
    Barbara thought , why did she have to bring Peter into it ?
    " I remember her, " James said.

    A8L: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-11-23: Leisure pages

    (1350) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 1084 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    " We were all joyous at the scenes of people climbing on the Wall but the problem is, how do you make money on this? " said Charles Clough, chief investment strategist at Merrill Lynch.
    THE LENGTHS they 're prepared to go to , just to persuade Conservatives that there is a Europe out there , anchored *someplace (somewhere,1.000) * off the coast of England .
    Sealink British Ferries are running a special offer: a day trip to France for only £7 (if you travel as a foot passenger) .

    ACV: The forest of the night

    (1351) Kelly, Chris, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1991) , 2-105. Sample containing about 32816 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    For a moment there was silence, as the others asked themselves the same worrying questions.
    Finally Mary Ann spoke in a firm voice :
    " Well, I don't want our Emily seeing it, " she said.

    A61: Invasion

    (1352) Millin, Bill, The Book Guild Ltd, Lewes, East Sussex (1991) . Sample containing about 45915 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    When he was handed the fags he could hardly believe his luck, he smiled broadly, revealing rows of black and yellow teeth, repeating over and over, " Merci, merci. "
    We were escorting him to the door when there was a loud explosion at the side of the house .
    This was followed by two more, with the sound of shattering glass and lumps of plaster falling off the walls.

    EEG: Holidays in Robin Hood country

    (1353) u.p.. Sample containing about 5315 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    These prices are a guideline only and it is strongly advised that prices are checked at the time of booking.
    English Tourist Board Crown Ratings
    Hotels, Guesthouses, Motels, Inns, B & Bs, Farmhouses.

    HTL: Angel hunt

    (1354) Ripley, Mike, Fontana Press, London (1991) , 005-132. Sample containing about 43606 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Sunil?
    " About some stolen property , said the other , who , I 'd decided by this time , had shifty eyes .
    " Missing from his home. "

    EC0: [ASH -- information bulletin]

    (1355) Action on Smoking & Health, London (1991) . Sample containing about 2696 words of miscellanea (domain: social science)

    ii Italy: The Italian Post and Telecommunications Minister Carlo Vizzini will shortly introduce restrictions on the scope of tobacco and drinks advertising.
    Scenes linking tobacco or spirits consumption with improved athletic performance or business success will in future be illegal .
    It is thought that this move will be followed by stronger legislation which will in time ban all cigarette companies ' brand names and logos appearing in any form on Italian TV.

    FTE: Nucleic acids research

    (1356) Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) . Sample containing about 38427 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    Moreover, in cases where single stranded DNA is desired from PCR TM II, the host cells must be infected by a helper phage and the yield of a single stranded DNA preparation is much lower than that from filamentous bacteriophage vectors carrying the same segment of foreign DNA (4) .
    In addition , the best results in sequencing DNA with a high G+C content of about 70 % , as in Azospirillum , were obtained with single stranded sequence templates .
    A complete new method was constructed to stabilize PCR-fragments with their overhanging 3 ' adenosine residues directly in single stranded phage M13mp18, for use in deletions, site directed mutagenesis and for quick and efficient preparation of single stranded DNA e.g. for DNA sequencing.

    CSC: Unigram x

    (1357) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 11181 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Sources say SunPics was " dragged kicking and screaming " into the brand new Sun Microsystems Inc and Adobe Computer Systems Inc alliance, (UX No 404) , orchestrated by SunSoft Inc president Ed Zander, one of the first of the Sun mafia to come to grips with the slippery notion of standards – prodded no doubt by the coming onslaught of Microsoft Corp's Windows NT.
    Perhaps one of the reasons SunPics resisted the idea , other than the fact that it jeopardises the planet's whole raison d'etre , is that the deal was reportedly sprung on them a week before it was signed .
    It's obvious News is dead and NewsPrint is going the same way, though how long it takes remains to be seen.

    ACG: Lo and behold!

    (1358) Dennis, Trevor, SPCK, London (1991) . Sample containing about 37066 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    The outcome of bartering is almost bound to be determined by the starting points of the parties involved.
    In this particular case Abraham is at a very distinct disadvantage .
    He has a certain reputation in Hebron (though not as much as the exaggerated courtesy of verse 6 would suggest) , but no political power.

    ALH: An alternative assembly book

    (1359) Hoy, Mike and Hoy, Linda, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1991) . Sample containing about 36013 words from a book (domain: social science)

    What's their trouble? "
    " Well , I guess they 'll have to tell you that .
    Carlie lifted her hair up off her neck.

    EE1: Military Illustrated

    (1360) Military Illustrated Ltd, London (1991-03) . Sample containing about 25138 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Members of the Western Front Association will know Colin McIntyre as the Association's Press and Publicity Officer.
    A journalist of many years ' experience , his ability and professionalism are well displayed in this excellent book .
    McIntyre says that " the books " one and only aim is to help people make up their own minds about war and society based on a neglected primary source ", and in this he succeeds brilliantly.

    FBK: The Criminal Law Review

    (1361) Ashworth, Andrew, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1992-19-19) , 1-386. Sample containing about 31870 words from a book (domain: social science)

    He explained that the examiner's hypothesis influences his formulation of questions and biases his treatment of answers by inclining him to fasten onto those that agree with his hypothesis and overlook those that do not.
    *Second (Secondly,1.000) * , witnesses tend to adapt their account to the examiner's expectations .
    Thirdly, the witness's own memory can become corrupted in the course of the interrogation.

    GUR: Producing and reducing disaffection: curricula for all

    (1362) Coulby, D and Booth, T, Open University Press, Milton Keynes (1987) , 67-150. Sample containing about 40939 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Within the constraints of their courses the institutions then attempt to match potential projects to the interests and availability of individual students.
    Some negotiation is required but the outcome is that in exchange for using the schools/LEA , the student/institution provide a service ; and vice-versa .
    The scheme is applicable whether or not the school in question is the student's main base.

    H0U: An introduction to polymer mechanics

    (1363) Arridge, R G C, Taylor & Francis, UK (1985) , vii-202. Sample containing about 40320 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    The apparatus of Lethersich (1950) is classic in this respect.
    Stress relaxation tests are rarely performed in torsion , but dynamic tests , either in forced oscillation or , more commonly , free oscillation , are common .
    In the latter case the test apparatus is called a torsion pendulum and is usually of inverted type, having a counterpoise to remove end loads from the specimen and to test the Biot correction.

    CE1: Counselling older people

    (1364) Scrutton, Steve, Edward Arnold (Publishers) Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1991) , 56-147. Sample containing about 38052 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The greater part of social life is involved with child-minding, in all its many forms, and staying within the family home.
    There is nothing intrinsically wrong with this , but with life revolving almost exclusively around young children the potential for later social isolation is obvious .
    More often than not, social disengagement will not have been intentional, and certainly not brought about simply by the process of ageing, but rather by a failure to maintain an adequate level of social life beyond that of being parents.

    BM2: The alternative religion

    (1365) Gale, W E, Cranebeam Commercial Ltd, East Grinstead (1988) , 3-85. Sample containing about 41553 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    All bodily functions, particularly those related to the healing processes need the help of the mind, and the mind requires knowledge of thought processes which can produce the desired result.
    These *idea (thought,0.876) * processes can be brought into use at will once they have been transferred into *religion (faith,0.856) * in the Created God .
    42)

    KCG:

    (1366)

    Yeah
    it pumps out anyway ?
    well I suppose so, I don't know what we've got.

    AKU: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-16: Business section

    (1367) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 15298 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    The national average of Direct Build Costs on a " self management " basis, by a competent private individual on a directly employed labour basis, using local tradesmen and without providing any labour themselves, is about £32-£36 per sq ft.
    When built using a reputable small builder registered with either the NHBC or Foundation 15 to *build (construct,0.861) * a weather-tight shell and then individual local tradesmen to fit out and complete -- - £34-£38 sqft .
    There are two other routes that are less commonly used.

    CNW: Computergram international

    (1368) u.p.. Sample containing about 7287 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    The 880 also has a SCSI II and VGA connection.
    The products will initially be manufactured in the US , though the possibility that Olivetti could one day *industry (manufacture,0.931) * them in Europe , for Europe , has not been ruled out in the longer term .
    The company anticipates that the personal communicator will open up new markets and will prove an ideal base to which it can add its own technology – the Digital European Cordless Telecommunications system.

    AR0: The railway station: a social history

    (1369) Richards, Jeffrey and MacKenzie, John M, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1988) , 1-93. Sample containing about 41398 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The long-estranged and oft-embattled lands ...
    Blessings on science and her handmaid *Live_steam (Steam,1.000) * !
    They make Utopia only half a dream;

    GUK: Daughters of the house

    (1370) Roberts, Michele, Virago Press Ltd, London (1993) , 30-153. Sample containing about 43324 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    She caught Thérèse's eye.
    No more trouble .
    No more ridiculous tricks.

    EBR: The sociology of housework

    (1371) Oakley, A, Blackwell, Oxford (1990) , 1-128. Sample containing about 45374 words from a book (domain: social science)

    But how does this argument – and its converse – measure upto the reality of the housework situation as perceived by housewives themselves?
    Throughout the forty interviews a clear perception of *housekeeping (housework,1.000) * as work emerges .
    The women in the sample experience and define housework as labour, akin to that demanded by any job situation.

    B06: Aromatherapy massage with essential oils

    (1372) Wildwood, Christine, Element Books Ltd, Shaftesbury, Dorset (1992) , 1-124. Sample containing about 34776 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    Aim to alter your diet gradually over a period of six months.
    Drastic overnight changes will certainly lead to digestive upsets .
    For those wishing to go deeper, I have suggested two excellent books on healing through diet (page 129) .

    A0J: [Health promotion and education leaflets]

    (1373) u.p.. Sample containing about 24788 words of miscellanea (domain: natural sciences)

    It might also help to make a note of your doctor's answers as a reminder of what is said, forexample about any medicines you should take.
    Sometimes it's not easy to talk about intimate things like sex or your body .
    Remember it's likely your problem will be common to many other women who attend the same surgery.

    CJE: Train your dog

    (1374) Harper, Don, Quintet Publishing Ltd, London (1991) . Sample containing about 29739 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    Another reason for keeping the dog safely confined behind a grille is to prevent damage to the upholstery of the vehicle, as could otherwise happen in your absence.
    If it becomes bored , a young dog especially may try to gnaw at a seat and cause a lot of damage .
    In any event, it will be worthwhile fitting protective covers if the dog is allowed into the passenger seats of the vehicle at any stage, because otherwise, its hairs will stick to the upholstery.

    GXG: [Campaign for the Preservation of Rural Wales: miscellaneous unpublished documents]

    (1375) u.p.. Sample containing about 99334 words of miscellanea (domain: social science)

    The creation of a relatively simple index could help branch volunteers access some of the key information contained in the guidance notes.
    Careful *idea (thought,0.876) * would have to be given to the design of *so_much (such,1.000) * an index to take the following matters into account :
    a)

    HA9: Winter challenge

    (1376) Mills & Boon, Richmond, Surrey (1993) . Sample containing about 53623 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " I 'll make sure you never work in theatre again after this. "
    Shae shrugged .
    " I no longer care what you do to me.

    K46: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: News and features

    (1377) u.p.. Sample containing about 610 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    A huge walrus!
    There was an audible sigh of relief .
    The officer of the watch turned to me.

    HUY:

    (1378)

    Right.
    When when the strike first started , being in the summer months we needed quite a strong picket line to talk to the tourists , at various gates cos that was the main source of income at the quarry at that time .
    After the tourist season finished, and various cars were either written off or collapsed or whatever, you know whoever had a car was put forward as the picket you know er the leader of that picket er shift, and then it was just a question of working round.

    KR0:

    (1379)

    ... Mm ... well her was only thirty two Wendy, I don't know ... so she's only
    Well they just tell lies Sheila that's all
    she was on about it, I mean John hasn't got er, a bill and Tony hasn't like, well he's not down, but David's got a bill and he should be up court on Monday

    A3G: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Home news pages

    (1380) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 13774 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    ALL OF the options being considered for block vote reform leave the trade unions with either a majority or a veto.
    But the proposal most likely to win the leadership's backing is the one which carries the potential for most substantially diminishing trade union power .
    At present the unions wield 89 per cent of the conference vote in blocks, with the constituency parties taking 10 per cent, and the small socialist society affiliates less than 1 per cent.

    F8U:

    (1381)

    Right.
    Well I 'll tomorrow morning *telephone (phone,0.889) * them up *discovery (find,0.878) * out exactly what time , and register you rather than me if it's ... you know if I can't get to it .
    Okay.

    CBT: Accountancy

    (1382) Institute of Chartered Accountants, London (1993-19-19) . Sample containing about 77755 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    I have always felt that the ASB's function is to pronounce, not prevaricate.
    This failure to reach a public consensus can do nothing but damage for the profession .
    If my sons want to train as chartered accountants, I shall do everything in my power to persuade them otherwise.

    K2X: Belfast Telegraph: Applied Science pages

    (1383) u.p.. Sample containing about 2562 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    There have been 47 cases of the cable chafing on the power steering pump pulley on the right-hand drive vehicles manufactured from May 1992 upto chassis number p818990, but no reported accidents, the company said.
    Ready to explode
    EXPERTS are preparing for an event billed as the biggest controlled explosion in Europe since the Second World War – the demolition today of two multi-storey blocks of flats in Glasgow's Gorbals.

    GYC:

    (1384)

    It's called Mansfield community ...
    Yeah I know which one you mean , yeah .
    Er you can go to the X-ray department there any day Monday to Friday, any time between nine and four thirty, so it's basically all day every day.

    G4U: 50, `J

    (1385) Childs', sewage tmt expert, female

    And that's without inflation.
    Now inflation's very low at the moment , but if inflation took off again and got into double figures , then not only would your pensions suffer , but your bills would go up as well .
    We estimate in Severn Trent our bills 'll be two hundred and twenty seven pounds by the year two thousand.

    A9K: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-11: Arts section

    (1386) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 1021 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    And Andrzej Seweryn's Yudhishthira has an Olympian calm betrayed by a vicious mole of nature in the form of compulsive gambling.
    Does it work better on stage or screen ?
    In a sense the question is irrelevant.

    HWT: Gut: Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology

    (1387) Alan, R N (ed.) , British Medical Association, London. Sample containing about 59868 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    No initially seropositive subject who subsequently was seronegative in 1978 became positive in 1990 (Table) .
    Of the serum samples taken in 1969 , 86/141 (61 %) were negative for H pylori antibody .
    Of these 86 subjects, 68 had samples available from 1978 and 60/68 (88.2 %) remained negative.

    APD: Palestine and Israel

    (1388) McDowell, David, I B Tauris & Company Ltd, London (1990) , 39-122. Sample containing about 33701 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    in view of the prominent part taken by the women's movement and of the general position of women in society, it was not surprising that women felt particularly strongly on such issues.
    Many Palestinians also feared that the PLO leadership would not welcome the kind of lively debate and democracy *that (which) * the popular movement had fostered, but would wish to be authoritarian in its government.

    This fear was well expressed by one long-serving member of the popular movement, " the PLO will be keen to control.

    KSN:

    (1389)

    See ya. ...
    Come on , *pass (let,0.907) *'s take ...
    No.

    AMG: The evolution of human consciousness

    (1390) Crook, John H, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1985) , 1-91. Sample containing about 39013 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    At or soon after puberty they leave the troops in which they were born and work their way into new ones.
    The breeding males of a particular unit are all animals that have transferred into it from elsewhere .
    While sexually mature males may remain in their natal troops they have little access to females, unless they are of especially high dominance.

    G54:

    (1391)

    Aha.
    I wouldn't say he was in at eight o'clock .

    ABR: England versus West Indies

    (1392) Cotter, Gerry, The Crowood Press, Marlborough, Wilts (1991) . Sample containing about 38778 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    Obviously, they deserved to be beaten out of sight, but since the weather had looked almost certain to save them if someone could have stayed there, the collapse became even more abject.
    Before the next match , the selectors debated long and hard over the England *captainship (captaincy,1.000) * , the problem being that Emburey's form had declined and his place in the team could hardly be justified ; their solution was to drop him and appoint Chris Cowdrey in his place , whose enthusiastic style of leadership had taken an ordinary Kent side to the top of the table .
    He had played five Tests on the 1984-5 tour of India without any marked success, leaving the impression that he was not quite up to Test standard.

    AH9: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-04: Applied Science pages

    (1393) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 402 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    They could be more lightly dressed than those using a conventional ejector seat, who have to wear more safety equipment.
    " It was also thought that the system would provide more *floatation (flotation,1.000) * in water , and provide better protection if the crew came down in desert or Artic conditions .
    " But it was never taken up because it is slower because of its weight and size. "# chosen line 1135 among 3204 in HH5.txt as 1403 th sample (file 1403)
    " You wish us to go to Paris? "
    Benjamin interrupted.
    " Yes, we do, so perhaps it's time you met your companions.

    BN4: Here's health: the green guide

    (1394) Wheater, Caroline and Smyth, Angela, Argus Books, Hemel Hempstead, Herts (1990) , 21-126. Sample containing about 37899 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    Over the last five years 50 percent of Germany's energy producing capacity has been equipped with flue gas desulphurisation systems (FGD) which removes the bulk of sulphur before it even reaches the chimney.
    As a nation , the Germans have spent billions cleaning up their act .
    The British legacy

    FET: Still life

    (1395) Byatt, A S, Penguin Group, London (1988) , 1-84. Sample containing about 35526 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Let's have tea together. "
    " I'm not complaining .
    " No.

    CGY: Knowledge ideology and discourse

    (1396) Dant, Tim, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1991) , 33-119. Sample containing about 35677 words from a book (domain: social science)

    It is a dynamic synthesis that the sociology of knowledge aims for, a context in which critical debate can continually reformulate the problem and its resolution:
    Thus the hermeneutic moment makes critical thought possible ; as long as the phenomenon of " talking past oneanother is not overcome , criticism remains imprisoned in a solipsistic self certainty , and the consequence of this condition
    (whether it take the form of cynical passivity or dogmatic and manipulative activism) can not but be destructive of a genuinely emancipatory praxis.

    HA0: A tupolev too far

    (1397) Aldiss, Brian, HarperCollins, London (1993) , 35-159. Sample containing about 44584 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    They scarcely resemble the order of dragonflies after which they were named.
    Some have been sighted more than thirty feet in length , cruising almost a kilometre above sea level .
    Wing-spans are recorded of up to forty feet.

    HC5: Royal Institute of British Architects annual report and accounts

    (1398) u.p.. Sample containing about 11080 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    Salaried Architects Group
    The Group hosted several well attended lunch-time seminars *that (which) * included topics such as local authority housing, the future of the South Bank complex and the provision and design of nursery schools.

    There was a regional visit to Liverpool and North Wales, and the annual SAG Tour to Lisbon and Portio was very successful.

    FBM: Esquire

    (1399) The National Magazine Company Ltd, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 71404 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Ali lowers him to the ground, holding his left hand, and tries to get him to walk.
    Asaad turns to look at Isaac ; he intends to play .
    I ask Isaac to take Asaad's right hand so he 'll go with his Daddy.

    HTC: The Embalmer

    (1400) British Institute of Embalmers, Knebworth (1993-12) . Sample containing about 11503 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    3.
    Overdue Subscriptions
    Reminders have been sent during the year, and the attention of all members is drawn to Rule 19, which reads as follows:

    HDJ:

    (1401)

    Well of course she came running to me, you see, and we immediately phoned for the doctor, you see but, however, and I said, look, phone for the doctor, I said, and then I said go across to the railway police just across the yard and I asked one of them to come to me and I said I will go up with her and be with her until the doctor arrived, er he was with her the police sergeant when she died.
    There was me as well , you see , and there was nothing we could do and er she 'd had this erm , it was awful , they took her to the mortuary because some of the girls , you see , erm , you know they went hysterical and er I'm not gon na pass her door , that sort of thing .
    Er, you know, well of course they were young girls and er, you see and there's, there was nothing we could do, you see, and, and er, anyway the doctor, as soon as the doctor did come, it was ... because ... the young staff er they had to, they took her away to the mortuary, you see and erm then I, I had to carry on with her work and, and do the best I could and mine as well, you see, but of course er the Manager he appointed another Assistant Manager to go and collect the money which I used to do got it in because I took her times of duty as well and er, you see, and then after that er after several weeks I suppose it was, I don't know how many because I forget how many, that they appointed me as Manageress and I ... was in that position for twelve years, you see and

    FBY: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (1402) u.p.. Sample containing about 7363 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Section 6 of the Act of 1980 was substantially amended by section 30 of the Act of 1988.
    I have set out below section 6 as originally enacted , italicising the words deleted by the Act of 1988 and *putting (placing,0.817) * the words added by the Act of 1988 in square brackets :
    " (1) Every local education authority shall make arrangements for enabling the parent of a child in the area of the authority to express a preference as to the school at which he wishes education to be provided for his child in the exercise of the authority's functions and to give reasons for his preference. (2) Subject to subsection (3) below, it shall be the duty of a local education authority and of the governors of a county or voluntary school to comply with any preference expressed in accordancewith the arrangements. (3) The duty imposed by subsection (2) above does not apply – (a) if compliance with the preference would prejudice the provision of efficient education or the efficient use of resources; (b) if the preferred school is an aided or special agreement school and compliance with the preference would be incompatible with any arrangements between the governors and the local education authority in respect of the admission of pupils to the school[ made under subsection (6) below]; or (c) if the arrangements for admission to the preferred school are based wholly or partly on selection by reference to ability or aptitude and compliance with the preference would be incompatible with selection under the arrangements. (4) Where the arrangements for the admission of pupils to a school maintained by a local education authority provide for applications for admission to be made to, or to a person acting onbehalf of, the governors of the school, a parent who makes such an application shall be regarded for the purposes of subsection (2) above as having expressed a preference for that school in accordance with arrangements made under subsection (1) above.

    E9W: The Artist's and Illustrator's Magazine

    (1403) Artist's & Illustrator's Mag, London (1993-19-19) , 5-48. Sample containing about 24586 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    The 132nd annual open exhibition of the Society of Women Artists will take place at the Westminster Gallery, Westminster Central Hall, Storey's Gate, London SW1 from march 19 to 30.
    Handing-in day for works : January 19 between 10 am and 5 pm .
    Entry forms and details are available on the day or by sending a sae to SWA (Schedules) ,

    BNH: Marketing Week

    (1404) Centaur Communications, London (1992-04-17, 1992-01-1) . Sample containing about 20399 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    However, more agencies and media independents may also be on the list.
    " We are looking for *person (someone,0.992) * on a consultancy basis to advise on above and below-the-line campaigns , but there may be several arms to that , McDevitt adds .
    " It is all part of the countdown process until we get on air in January. "

    CNF: Computergram international

    (1405) u.p.. Sample containing about 9496 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Texas Instruments Japan Ltd plans to raise production of integrated circuits for use in liquid crystal diode display drivers to 450, 000 a year from the present 100, 000; it is looking for $ 500m a year in the things by 1996, for 15-fold growth.
    DELTA BUY EMC SYMMETRIX STORAGE DEVICES
    EMC Corp, Hopkinton, Massachusetts has sold more than $ 10m-worth of 4800 Symmetrix Integrated Cached Disk Array storage devices to Delta Air Lines, Atlanta, Georgia: Delta previously used IBM Corp kit exclusively, namely 3380s, 3880s, 3090s and 3990s, but has been replacing them with Symmetrix 4400 and 4800 systems since November 1991; EMC claims that 15, 000 square feet of floor space has been saved as a result; it also attests to a 50 % performance improvement over cached 3380s for reservation systems running on IBM's 3090 Model 400, a performance increase of between 30 % and 50 % with Airline Control Program and a performance boost of 30 % to 40 % with MVS, running off Hitachi Ltd EX 100s.

    AK6: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-12: Leisure pages

    (1406) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 41505 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    About a year ago I was sent an organic semi-soft cheese made in Wales.
    It was pleasant but had I been blindfolded I would not have been able to tell the difference from its cheaper , non-organic counterpart .
    I said so, and was chastised by its producer.

    FAC: Lexical semantics

    (1407) Cruse, D A, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1991) , 1-124. Sample containing about 42643 words from a book (domain: social science)

    A female mother.
    He was murdered illegally .
    B.

    A53: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-12: Frontpages

    (1408) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 3882 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    There is no reason to suppose that Mrs Thatcher took any pleasure from the Daily Mail's attempt to destroy her Chancellor earlier this week.
    But it is she who has created an atmosphere in which it is possible for her most senior *ministrant (minister,0.875) * to be publicly rubbished while she escapes without blemish or stain .
    It is one thing for dissident ministers to buck Cabinet responsibility and risk the sack.

    AK4: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-12: Arts section

    (1409) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 30028 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Few have worked harder than this quartet to repair the links between Britain and Argentina broken by the Falklands War.
    The oldest Argentine citizen at the *high_tea (dinner,0.823) * was Sir Frank Roberts , formerly our ambassador in Moscow and Bonn .
    Though entirely English on both sides of his family, he was born in Buenos Aires in 1907, where his father had gone out to establish a branch of Unilever.

    K6W:

    (1410)

    It's the members of the police committee at the end of the day that've had endorsed what the chief constable had done, and it's their councils that are gon na suffer.
    Well it isn't because ... the police *commission (committee,0.917) * ... county councils and the one's
    aye

    AND: Marketing your primary school

    (1411) Sullivan, Mike, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1991) , 1-104. Sample containing about 34858 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    The cost of resurfacing a damaged playground is enormous.
    Christmas cards
    Schools are often approached by firms such as Webb Ivory to sell Christmas cards on a commission basis and this can be a good boost to funds.

    HC1: CA News

    (1412) u.p.. Sample containing about 23913 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    " The ASB recently tabled proposals to close off the acquisition accounting loopholes and this heightens the need to tighten up merger accounting rules now, " said.
    Comments on the draft are invited by 30 September .
    New legal opinion backs standards

    ECP: Duncton tales

    (1413) Horwood, W, Fontana Press, London (1992) , 17-124. Sample containing about 34058 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " I wasn't raised there, " said Privet, as affronted as Snyde had intended her to be, " but I was there for a time.
    Before that -- - "
    To her relief Snyde waved her into silence.

    J9X:

    (1414)

    Er yes because obviously I was in that type of field.
    Er I was in the market and we came out with a machine that produced lager from top tap worker .
    That's still going isn't it?

    GYT:

    (1415)

    In the area?
    In the , in the byre .
    When was that about?

    FSS: Tort

    (1416) Rogers, W V H, Sweet & Maxwell Ltd, London (1991) , 421-535. Sample containing about 43570 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The argument from numbers continues to have some appeal in the criminal law but there are now few situations in which there may be an indictment for conspiracy in respect of acts which would not be criminal if done by one person.
    One day the law may re-examine the place in our law of combination and of the " chasm " between *unlawful and lawful acts* which exists in the case of an individual, but the latest judicial pronouncements suggest a retreat from liability ratherthan an advance towards a principle that the intentional infliction of harm without justification is actionable.

    INTERFERENCE WITH TRADE BY UNLAWFUL MEANS

    EV8: Photography now

    (1417) Howarth-Booth, Mark, Dirk Nishen Publishing, UK (1989) , 9-136. Sample containing about 14933 words from a book (domain: arts)

    That is not a particularly new idea either.
    The *deconstructionism (deconstruction,1.000) * of the old view of photography , as inexorably tied to " reality , may bring with it a necessary sharpening of attention to the claims of all media representations .
    Is this, the late 20th century, a time of revolution in the visual media?

    CLJ: The deceiver

    (1418) Forsyth, Frederick, Corgi Books, London (1992) , 23-140. Sample containing about 39579 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    She did not then know about Sam's wife, May.
    Claudia had been with the CIA's West Berlin Station ; he had been visiting .
    He never told her what he was doing there.

    FME:

    (1419)

    We can just look at them sort of measure them off right there's two ... three, four, five okay.
    So you 're using the ruler to go along .
    So if you want to just ... go along there and mark them off.

    FRB: The government and politics of Britain

    (1420) Richards, P (ed.) , Unwin Hyman Ltd, London (1988) , 139-242. Sample containing about 42951 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Unemployment rose to a million and inflation got worse, so the government had to reverse many of its policies.
    It came to the rescue of Rolls-Royce and of Upper Clyde Shipbuilders and negotiated an incomes policy with the unions .
    It enlarged the money supply inorder to reduce unemployment.

    H0B: Coniston copper

    (1421) Holland, Eric G, Cicerone Press, UK (1986) , 16-134. Sample containing about 38931 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    It is doubtful whether at this stage even John Barratt envisaged it being driven all the way to the veins at Paddy End – as indeed it was in years to come.
    He had decided by now to draw the water out of Charles Roe's old Deep Mine to the depth of the Deep Level .
    The heading was advancing steadily towards the flooded workings and the incipient dangers of holing through to the " house-of-water " were well enough known.

    CJD: The Pacific

    (1422) Winchester, Simon, Arrow Books Ltd, London (1992) , 3-97. Sample containing about 37762 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Not Guillermo, as might be expected in a Spanish-speaking community, but William, pur et simple.
    William's life -- - like that of nearly everyone else in Santa Fe -- - appears to be both blameless and obscure , and is occupied principally with the farming of bananas and taro plants on the shallow hillsides that slope down to a sluggish tributary of the Rio Sabanas .
    He has lived in his rickety hut for most of his fifty years.

    CAS: Punch

    (1423) Punch Publications Ltd, London (1992-01-29/1992-04-08) . Sample containing about 20884 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Miss Margarine " Margi " Clarke, " is not a natural blonde ";
    Miss Julie Goodyear , the earring enriched tragedienne , was once taken to a " pub on the end of a dog lead ; and that
    Miss Priscilla Black, the televisioniste, " may have plastic surgery to improve her looks. "

    J3H: The Environment Digest

    (1424) Wright, Martin (ed.) , Environment Publishers Ltd. Sample containing about 14433 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    European 6-9 May
    Forests
    Clayoquot forests to be felled

    EEF: Rival states, rival firms

    (1425) Henley, J, Strange, S and Stopford, J, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1992) , 32-136. Sample containing about 41403 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    The impact of the credit famine on indebted countries was secondary.
    This indifference was naturally felt most acutely by the countries like Kenya in the second group of borrowers and by countries like Brazil in the fourth .
    The knock-on consequences were even more severe.

    KN6:

    (1426)

    he never made any thing else in his image, but he made you to be created in his image ... and with that there's that status, were not just a more intelligent animal, were not just something else that God made even, but were that, that peak of his creative genius, the peak of it, the very pinnacle of it, not because of what we are, but because of the image, the pattern that he was using, his own self, created us in his image, so that gave us status but it gives us responsibility.
    Only see one way in which we are like God is in having *spiritual and moral capacities* ... no other creature has *spiritual and moral capacities*, they do not of the potential to worship, they do not of a code er, er, of moral laws, they 're not governed by that, it's a case of, of the, might makes right, it's a case of the strongest the one that survives and the weakest goes to the wall ... you've only got to look er at a litter of pups and the last one is the one that's pushed to the back every time isn't it, there's no moral law there, those pups and the, and the bitch doesn't er work out, that because that one is weaker it should be getting more, more nourishment, it should be cared for better, it doesn't work like that in any thing else, but God has placed within humanity a moral responsibility and his place within as a spiritual capacity, were more than just animals, were created in his image, so God created us, capable of knowing him and growing to be like him and in his original creation they 're in needof, the, the, the highlight of it was when he came down and communicated and talked with Adam and Eve there in the garden and shared his heart with them and there was this perfect commune between God the creator and man his creation, he never did it to any animal, he didn't go and talk to the trees and the plants perfect though they were, he never looked on any of the other creatures that he had made, wonderful though they may be, beautiful in their colouring, and go and talk with them, but he talks with Adam and he shares his heart with him ... his purpose is that Adam should communicate with him and walk with him and has fellowship with him, growing to be like him, but you see even though God created us like that, he didn't create us as puppets, it wasn't God up in heaven pulling the strings and Adam did that and Eve did this and that was how it were, God is not a puppeteer and he made as capable of choosing good and evil, he gave us moral choices, because he made us his moral beings and so we could choose to do this and not to do that, we could choose to, to do this and to leave the other undone.

    ... Let me just ... it's nothing special, it's only a circle, but if you were to take that for a, as, as an example if you like as a picture of God's purposes for us, you see the circle is, is, geometrical it's, it's, it's perfect, there is nothing that is odd about it, there is nothing er, there's no difference about it, it is perfect and that was God's purpose and God's plan for you and for me, that our, that our time, our being should be perfect in, in harmony with him, you think of all the things in your life personally, and then think of all the things in the, in the life of your ... of our community, those things that mar it, those things that spoil it, those things that stop today be the perfect day for you ... that's not God's purpose for you ... they've all come as a product, a direct result of sin, it wasn't how God intended it, it wasn't how God made it, his plan, his purpose for you and for me was to live and to dwell together with him in perfect harmony for ever, and there ...

    CAN: New technology at work

    (1427) Francis, Arthur, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1986) , 1-103. Sample containing about 37895 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    (Company Factsheet 1980.)
    Two of the major innovations at Kalmar were the architecture of the plant and the production technology .
    The plant comprises a series of four interlocking six-sided buildings designed to provide each work group with its own entrance, changing room, coffee room, and assembly area in an attempt to create a series of small workshops for each of the work groups and " to promote team spirit " (Company brochure) .

    CHH: Outdoor Action

    (1428) Hawker Consumer Publications, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 27282 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    I am 28 and have no qualifications.
    What qualifications would I need and how should I go about finding a job ?
    A

    B2S: The railwaymen: Wolverton 1838-1986

    (1429) West, Bill, Barracuda Books Ltd, Buckingham (1987) , 25-128. Sample containing about 41040 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    No. 1 receives mainly log timber and tree trunks, stored in the open until required, a big gantry spanning the yard.
    It is estimated that as a general rule these stores will accommodate about 3 , 500 , 000 sq *foot (ft,1.000) * of timber , or about 300 , 000 cub *foot (ft,1.000) * .
    " A new hair-carding shop (No. 54) has recently been erected at the west end of the works, built of corrugated iron, ... adjacent is a small mortar grinding plant and concrete breaker for the use of the building department.

    FCW: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (1430) u.p.. Sample containing about 8166 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    As to the argument advanced by Mr. Barda on an analogy between ordinary and judicial parents, my understanding of the prerogative function of wardship, also applicable to the residual prerogative, is that it is a frequent justification for the exercise of such jurisdiction in the first place, that parents ' rights are insufficient and that the court's greater powers are necessary for an objective decision as to the best interests of the child concerned.
    Such a view is seen in the judgment of Staughton L.J. in In re R.[ 1992] Fam. 11, 28, where he said: " Faced with such a substantial consensus of opinion among judges *that (who) * have to deal with this problem from day to day, I have to conclude that the powers of a wardship judge do indeed include power to consent to medical treatment when the ward has not been asked or has declined.

    If that means that the wardship judge has wider powers than a natural parent (on the extent of which I have declined to express an opinion) , it seems to me to be warranted by the authorities to which I have referred. "

    F7M:

    (1431)

    This is a, this is ...
    Yes
    The room was inseparable from the worker and the ...

    F9G: Beyond the inner city

    (1432) Byrne, D, Open University Press, Milton Keynes (1989) , 3-98. Sample containing about 41389 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Here I intend to extend and develop the analysis by looking at differentiation as the product of a process of under development in the sense in which that word is used by Cleaver (1977) .
    I want to emphasize that in my discussion of social *distinction (differentiation,0.921) * I am not dealing with an *lower_class (underclass,1.000) * in the sense in which that term has recently been employed by , among others , Dahrendorf (1987) .
    Miller (1981) has pointed out the dangers of sloppy terminology here.

    A02: ACET Annual Review 1990/91

    (1433) Aids Care Education & Training, London (1991) . Sample containing about 3430 words of miscellanea (domain: social science)

    However the process of dying can be marred by guilt and rejection.
    On the other hand it can bring about reconciliation between families and friends and a new appreciation of life's true values .
    ACET EDUCATION: AIDS IN OUR SCHOOLS

    ALB: Popular education for change

    (1434) Rennie, Frank, The Arkleton Trust, Enstone (1981) , 9-40. Sample containing about 11179 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    The ARC was defensive – its own existence being threatened by the Region administration, and was in no mood to rock the political boat by publishing a " sensitive " report, i.e. one which revealed the inadequacies of their own policies, and would incur the displeasure of the corporate investors in the region.
    This was all the more remarkable in viewof the fact that : -- -
    " The study was not significant because it documented something previously unknown, but because it documented overwhelmingly something already known. "

    FM1:

    (1435)

    Yes, that's right.
    You know it do you ?
    Yeah.

    CFB: East Anglian Daily Times

    (1436) East Anglian Daily Times Company, Ipswich (1993-03) . Sample containing about 29047 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Villagers unite against flood plan
    PETER Tarry's livelihood is under threat .
    His home and farmland, upwards of 300 acres, could be submerged alongwith some 50 other homes if a reservoir at Great Bradley, near Newmarket, is built.

    HX1: Scotvec report

    (1437) u.p. (n.d.) , 1-45. Sample containing about 14186 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    The Scottish Universities Council for Entry (SUCE) has defined non-standard qualifications as UK qualifications other than SCE (but excluding graduates) .
    Roderick et al (1982) have studied " unqualified mature entrants ", defined as those who do not have 2 A-*similar or levels qualifications*.

    Smithers and Griffin (1986) have concentrated on mature students entering through the Joint Matriculation Board (JMB) special entry scheme.

    J28: Reporter

    (1438) National Museums of Scotland, Edinburgh (1993) , 1-8. Sample containing about 3342 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    Photograph by Alexander Fenton from the Scottish Ethnological Archive, NMS
    Leisure in the home : this photograph is labelled simply " An Interior Kitchen 1927 and may have been taken in Paisley , but nothing is known of the boy .
    By courtesy of Paisley Museum and Art Galleries, Renfrew District Council

    A5C: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-13: Sport section

    (1439) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 12167 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    It was disclosed a week ago that the Frenchman Laurent Fignon had failed a test after a race in The Netherlands last month.
    He later described his three-month suspension as too lenient .
    Scott's hard sell in the theatre of sport: Neil Wilson on the recruiting officer whose daunting mission is to win the Olympics for Manchester

    FA9: Ideology and opinions

    (1440) Billig, M, Sage Publications Ltd, London (1991) , 57-167. Sample containing about 43076 words from a book (domain: social science)

    In other words, the hegemony of the social representation of science can not possibly be total, and there is even evidence that it may be on the wane.
    There is a factor common to the discussion of the three issues outlined in this section .
    In all three there is the implication that theorists of social representations must do more than study social representations.

    J8D:

    (1441)

    isn't it?
    Mm .
    I've got two

    CTN: Unigram x

    (1442) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 10318 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    According to Barclays Computer Operations, Barclay's services arm which manages the data centres, the old kit was installed over a period of one to four years.
    The reason for the upgrade , claims BCO , is to manage the data centres better .
    They are accessed by 3, 000 UK users and 6, 000 international users including Barclays Network Services.

    CH4: Matilda

    (1443) Dahl, Roald, Puffin, Harmondsworth (1989) , 7-240. Sample containing about 43381 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Matilda was both of these things, but above all she was brilliant.
    Her mind was so nimble and she was so quick to learn that her ability should have been obvious even to the most half-witted of parents .
    But Mr and Mrs Wormwood were both so gormless and so wrapped up in their own silly little lives that they failed to notice anything unusual about their daughter.

    B2U: Retailing: a manual for students

    (1444) Leach, Helen, Basil Blackwell Ltd, Oxford (1989) , 45-160. Sample containing about 30338 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    Own brand products usually carry a particular logo or brand name.
    For example , Spar products are identified by a small spruce tree logo .
    Some retailers use distinctive packaging for their own brands, eg one supermarket chain packaged everything in bright yellow.

    B21: Learn to live

    (1445) Spindler, Stephanie, Element Books Ltd, Shaftesbury, Dorset (1991) , 1-93. Sample containing about 23668 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    I would like to tell you about two special friends who were blood brothers (perhaps you also remember what it felt like to cut your finger and touch another who had done the same?) .
    Both were boys of 8 years old and had their imaginations fired by Perry Mason, a fictional TV lawyer *that (who) * helped the poor.

    As a result, one friend vowed to practice law in Harlem, New York.

    C90: Empire and the English character

    (1446) Tidrick, Kathryn, I B Tauris & Company Ltd, London (1992) , 172-260. Sample containing about 40509 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    But in Northern Nigeria the emotional satisfactions which could be experienced almost incidentally in Masailand could only be experienced at a price, that of being too careful to avoid offence.
    In spite of all the powers with which he was armed , and routinely used for routine ends , it is clear that the Northern Nigerian Resident too often failed to use them for good : being , rather than doing , good came to define the limits of his aspirations .
    This is why Hugh Clifford, who was as committed as anyone to indirection, could come to Northern Nigeria in 1921 and be appalled by the state of administrative dereliction which he found there.

    B32: Taking good care

    (1447) Worsley, Jenny, Age Concern England, Mitcham (1989) , 19-126. Sample containing about 34195 words from a book (domain: social science)

    You may like to check just how well you listen by practising listening in some simple everyday situations.
    When *person (someone,0.992) * gives you some information , try to repeat it to yourself in the same way it was given to you .
    Look people straight in the eye when they are talking to you and check if what they say stays in your mind longer.

    CNL: Computergram international

    (1448) u.p.. Sample containing about 9654 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Supertex Inc has turned in third quarter net profits down 49.6 % at $ 353, 000, on turnover up 17.3 % at $ 5.7m; net profit for the nine months was down 1.3 % at $ 1.3m, on turnover that fell 9.5 % to $ 18m.
    Net earnings per share fell 50 % to $ 0.03 in the quarter , 47.6 % to $ 0.11 in the nine months .
    NO SIGN OF IBM EUROPEAN MAINFRAME DEAL

    J43: West Sussex Council: Social Services Committee meeting

    (1449) Sample containing about 8077 words speech recorded in public context

    ... the people from the people who've gone home ... we hope this 'll only be for a few days and some have gone er to other homes just for the time being.
    We felt although ... the County Fire Officer was saying this morning that perhaps the main crisis has peaked during , during the last twenty four hours .
    We felt better be safe than sorry.

    HGJ: Darcy's Utopia

    (1450) Weldon, Fay, Flamingo, London (1991) . Sample containing about 42779 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Put down my pen and I heard in my ears the howl of the fleeing dog, saw the metal flash of Sophie's shoe – I could not bear it.
    I picked up the pen .
    Anxiety dispersed.

    H8L: City of gold and shadows

    (1451) Peters, Ellis, Headline Book Publishing plc, London (1989) , 1-125. Sample containing about 40254 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Though she had no car of her own just now, Charlotte had been driving, and driving well, for more than four years.
    The second landing was carpeted , the wood of the *floor (flooring,1.000) * being slightly worn and hollowed .
    Her steps could no longer be heard below, once she reached the corridor.

    CNX: Computergram international

    (1452) u.p.. Sample containing about 9483 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    While we can't say that we are in complete agreement with Barry Graham's " with one bound, IBM was free " analysis of the company's manifold problems and its prospects, written up in today's page two, there is no doubt that IBM Corp is suffering from a deep crisis of confidence, and his messianic defence of the mainframe makes it quite clear that the man who should be running IBM in succession to John Akers is – Barry Graham.
    RADIUS EXPECTS LARGER LOSS
    Radius Inc warns that it expects to report a second quarter operating loss larger than its first quarter operating loss, and that second quarter revenues to March 31 will be below the $ 36.9m reported for the first quarter, when it lost $ 0.05 per share or $ 713, 000; it has seen slowing demand for its Macintosh enhancement products in Europe and to a lesser extent in the US.

    F7X: [Clitheroe magistrates' court: trials]

    (1453) Sample containing about 5367 words speech recorded in public context

    Yeah. ...
    I realize that .
    You pleaded guilty to the charge anyway Mr.

    J5C: Why Bob Geldof thinks you should read the New Internationalist

    (1454) New Internationalist. Sample containing about 554 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs)

    NI is the one journal that anyone concerned about international development must read. "
    Frances Moore Lappe , co-author of DIET FOR A SMALL PLANET .
    " It is always interesting, well presented and doesn't preach to the converted. "

    K48: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Applied Science pages

    (1455) u.p.. Sample containing about 2790 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    But it is thought, however, that these few people don't have the antibodies that protect them from the toxin if it is produced. "
    The symptoms of TSS include : Flu-like symptoms and high fever .
    Vomiting.

    AYJ: Twenty ways to manage better

    (1456) Leigh, Andrew, Institute of Personnel Management, London (1992) , 13-113. Sample containing about 34738 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    First, always delegate to the lowest level possible in the organization.
    As trends move away from very hierarchical forms of management the challenge is to find , not so much the furthest point away from you to which to delegate , but the most appropriate .
    Secondly, always seek to delegate tasks which will stretch your subordinates.

    J2Y: The Environment Digest

    (1457) Wright, Martin (ed.) , Environment Publishers Ltd. Sample containing about 18345 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Pollution: Water
    European " blue flag *plage (beach,1.000) * scandal
    The credibility of the European Community scheme under which clean beaches are awarded a " blue flag " has been seriously undermined after it emerged that blue flags had been awarded to 11 beaches in Italy which the government had previously registered as too dirty for bathing.

    CA6: Elizabeth and Ivy

    (1458) Liddell, Robert, Peter Owen Publishers, London (1986) , 15-111. Sample containing about 33908 words from a book (domain: arts)

    I found a difference in Ivy after such a time.
    I'm afraid she looked much older and frailer .
    It was the first time I had seen her in a pale colour – a light grey dress which made her seem shadowy.

    HCD: Observations: an information exchange for teacher researchers

    (1459) u.p.. Sample containing about 5530 words of miscellanea (domain: social science)

    According to Education Research 1992, the current edition of the SOED's register of the projects they manage, " sponsored research also enables less experienced researchers, including teachers, to be supported and encouraged ".
    So how and when can you get at this money ?
    How: Applications should be made to the SOED's Research and Intelligence Unit (RIU) .

    J9E:

    (1460)

    Right, thank you.
    Thank you. ...
    What do you want done with this?

    ARC: A generation of schooling

    (1461) Judge, Harry, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1984) , 1-98. Sample containing about 36257 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The concentration and academic character of that sixth form did not come under serious pressure before the 1960s, and even then remained a powerful influence upon those who taught and studied in grammar schools.
    A later chapter will examine the changes that had been introduced in the examination system , but for the dominant minority in grammar-school sixth forms very little had changed .
    Labels were shifted about, the Higher School Certificate became the General Certificate of Education at Advanced Level, but it was many years before new pressures distorted the ancient simplicities.

    JXG: The BBC BASIC reference manual for the Z88

    (1462) Mounter, D J, M-TEC Computer Services, UK (1989) , 1-8. Sample containing about 38604 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    WIDTH W.
    A statement controlling output overall field width .
    If the specified width is zero (the initial value) the interpreter will not attempt to control the overall field width.

    FY1:

    (1463)

    Otherwise he used to just shoot it up, you see?
    But we had to go and take it into his culler I had one day at that ... , I thought ... I thought I 'd had enough coal .
    So I went and saw a building contractor, friend of me Dads and er he welcomed me with open arms, he 'd just got a contract for building council houses down Dunson Street at Netherfield.

    EER: Smallholder

    (1464) Smallholder Pubs Ltd, King's Lynn, Norfolk (1991-10) . Sample containing about 25599 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    So that fellow Smallholders can each exchange their Smallholding and responsibilities with like minded anywhere in the country for little expense otherthan a registration fee, cost of food and petrol to get there.
    Interested ?
    Then get cracking, drop me a line with your suggestions.

    CP3: Computergram international

    (1465) u.p.. Sample containing about 9239 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Wang Laboratories Taiwan has the right to use Wang's trademark in Taiwan and will make personal computers for Wang.
    VLSI TECHNOLOGY TO TAKE STAKE IN FUZZY USER TOGAI
    VLSI Technology Inc, San Jose is to buy a minority stake in Togai InfraLogic Inc, a private firm that builds systems that incorporate fuzzy logic technology.

    J8M:

    (1466)

    and Ruth says I commit myself to him, he will now be my god, and therefore your people will be my people, your home will be my home, your destiny will be my destiny ... the way is clear, she makes that greatest decision of her life, a decision that will affect the whole of her life ... but its not as say a life decision is a commitment now, we, we, we are always confronted, day after day we are confronted to make decisions, some of you make decisions and were not too committed about them, and if things alter they will change our minds, not just a ladies prerogative to change her mind, men do it as well and things happen and we think oh no well, I won't go through with that I 'll change my mind before its too late, but here Ruth she is not just making a decision, she is making a total commitment, a commitment that is worth time of the whole of her life, to promised to be loyal to ... to Naomi and her deceased husband, she promises loyalty to Naomi's race and the people of god, but above all she acknowledge's Naomi's god and her willingness to follow him to the end, you know this, how she finishes of this commitment ... where you die I will die its to the end ... its to the end of my life, I will not walk out of it and even after you've gone mother in law, even after you are dead I am still committed to that decision, this decision I am making today where you die I will die, there I will be buried, and here she sorts of puts this solemn vow to this commitment, thus may the lord to do me and worse if any thing but death parts you and me.
    ... Naomi realizes there's no point talking about it now, the dye has been cast the decision has been made, the commitment has been entered into, whatever the cost she was going gods way, there was nothing more to be said about it ... we find that a ... a decision made before god and we all make those decisions, means nothing at all unless were determined to carry it through, whatever the cost may be, three women here make their decisions before god, they make their choices, Naomi she chooses to return to Judah once again and enjoy the inheritance god has given her, Auper she chooses to return to her own country and her own god, as far as were concerned that's the end of the story, but Ruth she chooses, she expresses her faith in the one true god, she turns her back on the old ways and decides to follow gods way, no matter what the cost, she would of said with Joshua, but asfor me and my husband were gon na serve god, whatever the cost, I dunno what 'll be and she didn't know what she was letting herself in for, and the, I counted it, although I don't know what it is, I counted that cost, I'm willing to pay it and Jesus said that that is the acid test of disciples, said to count the cost and weigh it up and Ruth had done that, then to make their decision ... and because if we make a decision without counting the cost, without weighing it all up, like Auper you 'll go back, it won't last, there is that choice for every one of us day by day, who will we serve, not to be like Joshua, its for us, never for any body else, I will serve the lord because and this is the reason for it, not because you've done nice things for me, I will be your saviour because he is god, that's the reason for our serving god, not because he blesses us because he blesses people *that (who) * don't serve him, blessing is not exclusive to gods people, blessing, god blesses across the board, god is generous he's gracious, he causes the rain and the sun to shine on the just and on the unjust, blessing is not the ground for serving god, but because he is god that's sufficient reason for our committing ourselves to him.

    Let's just sing shall we as we close, whilst were singing were gon na take up our morning offering, its number one ninety seven, one hundred and ninety seven ... an element of commitment in this song, one nine seven, well stand to sing.# chosen line 345 among 607 in FLX.txt as 1477 th sample (file 1477)
    Boozing.
    Right.
    If they've been boozing, you could end up with erm enough blood ... to

    GX5: LASMO business profile 92

    (1467) u.p.. Sample containing about 5270 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: natural sciences)

    canada offshore
    100 KMS
    OUTLOOK

    JYF: West of Bohemia

    (1468) Steele, Jessica, Mills & Boon, Richmond, Surrey (1993) . Sample containing about 60036 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " I think we can do better than that, " he returned smoothly, and, making her heart spurt with activity again, " I've merely returned home for some papers.
    I shall be driving back to Prague myself this afternoon .
    " Oh? " she questioned carefully, while her brain was rattling off the clamouring question – was he saying that he would give her a lift?

    B3F: One WAAF's war

    (1469) Beech, Joan, D J Costello (Publishers) Ltd, Tunbridge Wells (1989) . Sample containing about 36588 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Some of the people I can still visualize as if it were yesterday.
    That three and a half years changed my life completely and set my feet on paths *that (which) * they would never have taken if the war had not occurred.

    " Long ago and far away " still rings true in my memory.

    HET:

    (1470)

    And anyway, they sailed cos I was aboard the night before they sailed as a ....
    This was about nineteen seventeen .
    You see ... I 'd be about seven.

    F71:

    (1471)

    right
    rather than doing it direct , erm conscription of the painting
    right

    HEG: 50+, `Marcus', Interviewee

    (1472) Organizer of ploughing match., male

    I tell you why, because he ... he won the smithy window across the road there.
    And what did you use for horses ?
    Two boys.

    A39: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Antiques pages

    (1473) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 2355 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    They do not make the distinction between an image on canvas or panel and one on paper which seems so obvious – indeed axiomatic – to Europeans.
    They are aware of the fact that some of the greatest of their own artists -- - Hokusai , forinstance , and Hiroshige -- - made print-making a primary creating medium .
    Japanese collectors also value the psychological security offered by the multiple image – to like exactly what other collectors like seems to them a good and reassuring thing.

    CEE: The art of starvation

    (1474) MacLeod, Sheila, Virago Press Ltd, London (1989) , 24-109. Sample containing about 36360 words from a book (domain: social science)

    I am not suggesting that my aunt's remark served as some sort of trigger for my disease, because I did not in fact become anorexic until three or four years later.
    Nor am I suggesting that one thoughtless remark can prompt a neurosis .
    What I am suggesting is that both my aunt's remark and her attitude stemmed from assumptions already prevalent within the family as to what was appropriate behaviour.

    ASJ: Travel

    (1475) Seddon, Sue, Alan Sutton/Thomas Cook, Stroud/Peterborough (1991) , 11-144. Sample containing about 27522 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    Inset A window display advertising Cook's many services.
    Note the Nile poster and the model of the Empire Flying-boat .
    Opposite Satisfying the customer: a nineteenth-century Cook's office.

    FNS: Alice in Wonderland: Oxford Bookworms edition

    (1476) Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) . Sample containing about 6918 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    There was also a large cat, which was sitting on a chair and grinning from ear to ear.
    " Please , Alice said politely to the Duchess , " why does your cat *smile (grin,0.881) * like that ?
    " It's a Cheshire Cat, " said the Duchess.

    CBB: Stamford myths and legends

    (1477) Smith, Martin, Paul Watkins, Stamford, Lincs (1991) , 15-108. Sample containing about 19180 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    The Legend
    IN THE early fifth *quattrocento (century,0.995) * , England was under attack from invading tribes of Picts and Scots .
    They had laid waste the entire north of the country and in 449 they arrived at the university town of Stamford.

    H4T:

    (1478)

    I've been taking this pain under my armpit and it's kind of under back.
    You know it's worrying when ... ... ?
    Oh good.

    F9M: City psalms

    (1479) Zephaniah, B, Bloodaxe books ltd, Newcastle upon Tyne (1992) , 11-64. Sample containing about 8494 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Find de love dat yu lack
    Dat's me sista yu beating upstairs .
    I am feeling dem punches

    HVK:

    (1480)

    It would seem to me that if you've got to prove a case that there that it is the place of last resort, and that place of last resort has got to be atleast five thousand dwellings, you are in a place where there is absolute massive growth of demand, and improbably no one has been able to meet a five year supply of housing land, if you are to meet it in the term, if ... if those are the criteria to meeting the terms of ... of this sort of plan, and in fact what I would submit is that a new settlement solution is very much a part and parcel of a long term solution, and that's where essentially the County strategy is quite right in proposing a new settlement in the context of the greenbelt, because also greenbelt is a long term solution.
    We've got to look at it in those terms, and so it is not necessary in my submission for anyone to prove at the moment there is atleast five thousand dwellings short, erm that that is something *that (which) * ought to be considered over a much longer time period.

    I think that what we have to decide today, or one of the things that needs to be decided is, is the new settlement in the longer term a sensible answer given that all the all the various considerations, and that erm arguing about residual numbers, here or there has to be taken in the much longer context, I think that's what all I would like the ... to say at the moment on on new settlement erm because of the situation I am in of not being able to er say too much in detail about it, I shan't be making very many contributions to to this particular debate.

    JJR:

    (1481)

    London ..., London Dungeons
    Sir's house .
    Thank you very much. ...

    JP4:

    (1482)

    No, well they all said next time they 'll check, because some of them just just take it for granted.
    Well , you know a lot of ... a lot of them just can't check .
    Yeah.

    F78:

    (1483)

    ... ... Well if they 're not here in five minutes I'm going ....
    Quite right. # chosen line 1088 among 1601 in CDW.txt as 1495 th sample (file 1495)
    In Acts we have two vivid descriptions of what has come to be called the communism of the early Church: " All who believed were together and had all things incommon; and they sold their possessions and goods and distributed them to all, as any had need " (Acts 2: 44-5) ; and " No one said that any of the things which he possessed was his own, but they had everything incommon ...
    There was not a needy person among them, for as many as were possessors of lands or houses sold them, and brought the proceeds of what was sold and laid it at the apostles " feet; and distribution was made to each as any had need ' (Acts 4: 32, 34-5) .
    What happened in the Jerusalem Church took place against the background of Pentecost – a time when the Holy Spirit was given in a remarkable way, so that in Jerusalem thousands believed and were baptised.

    B0X: Diabetes and the heart

    (1484) Taylor, Kenneth G (ed.) , Castle House Publications Ltd, Tunbridge Wells (1987) , 42-134. Sample containing about 38773 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    Proposed mechanisms include stimulation of the erythrocyte sodium: potassium pump, alteration in sodium and volume status, effects on plasma renin, neurogenic mechanisms and an influence on the peripheral vasculature (Tannen, 1985) .
    Lowering total dietary fat while increasing the percentage of polyunsaturated fat is believed to beneficially influence blood pressures via linoleic acid *that (which) * is increased by such dietary manipulation.

    Linoleic acid is a precursor of prostaglandin synthesis from arachidonic acid.

    FMG:

    (1485)

    It was the it's a K.
    Oh .
    And it's ridiculous C for cat so you 'd think it's going to be C for kitten wouldn't you.

    J9N:

    (1486)

    So what bits are more up market more down market
    what would you say about that
    What we 're actually doing in terms of the product is we 're actually widening the franchise erm I don't like to use words going up market that suggests that we 're leaving our core customers behind, we will we will add any product that is complimentary to our core kitchens but er we 'll still be the main stance of the product in these two stores for instance, we 're going to introduce a house wear department it is something that we've been experimenting with before we 're going to erm use the opportunity to widen the franchise on appliances we 're going to erm use the an experiment on erm floorings to match work tops, those kind of developments just to test to see whether the customer reaction is as goodas we hoped it would be so that we can then introduce it in the main chain

    A43: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-10: Business section

    (1487) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 12571 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    The company should receive about 9, 000 ounces of gold next year from its 50 per cent share of the Transaccion mine in Spain.
    Mr Cluff said that the interest payments , which were £605 , 000 in the first half , on the £7.7m loan for developing the Zimbabwe properties , should diminish as cashflow from gold production reduces the principal .
    Two added to Lowndes board

    FAM: Curriculum evaluation in schools

    (1488) McCormick, R and James, M, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1990) , 5-121. Sample containing about 39645 words from a book (domain: social science)

    In this respect Hoyle shared some of Stenhouse's view (if only implicitly) since his concept of the " creative school " and his concept of the " extended professional " imply that innovations are unlikely to be effective unless they take account of the need for organisational support within the school, or teacher commitment to professional development.
    Whether one takes the view that the whole school (c.f .
    Hoyle) or the individual teacher (c.f.

    FM3:

    (1489)

    Ooh yeah.
    No .
    No you don't like that one?

    EVR: Egyptian gods and myths

    (1490) Thomas, Angela P, Shire Publications Ltd, UK (1989) , 6-60. Sample containing about 11289 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    god of wind and storms, lord of the deserts and the enemy of Osiris and Horus.
    He could be depicted in a number of animal forms including the hippopotamus and the crocodile .
    As an animal-headed human figure, his sacred animal remains unidentified and could be mythical with its dog and antelope elements.

    KST:

    (1491)

    She might as well be a ....
    Don't know .
    Why?

    ANY: Nice work

    (1492) Lodge, David, Secker & Warburg, London (1988) , 1-105. Sample containing about 43859 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    (Robyn, a dressing-gown over her underclothes and slippers on her feet, descends the short dark staircase to the ground floor and goes into her narrow and extremely untidy kitchen.
    She lights the gas stove , and makes herself a breakfast of muesli , wholemeal toast and decaffeinated coffee .
    She thinks about the structure of Disraeli's Sybil: or, the Two Nations (1845) , until the sound of the Guardian dropping on to the doormat sends her scurrying to the front door.)

    CB0: Rich

    (1493) Raine, Craig, Faber & Faber Ltd, London (1984) , 13-101. Sample containing about 13334 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    I remember still, though, a photograph of nude, overweight women being made to run through a wet courtyard.
    One , nearest the camera , was blurred .
    I remember being unable to connect those grainy breasts and pubic hair with anything in my own life – flesh, for instance – but the image gave me a mysterious frisson which I mistakenly took for sex.

    CML: Ring of red roses

    (1494) Shah, Eddy, Corgi Books, London (1992) , 46-167. Sample containing about 37335 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " We drove for a long time.
    It must have been an hour or more .
    When we stopped, they came and put hoods, woollen knitted ones, over our heads.

    K43: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Arts section

    (1495) u.p.. Sample containing about 2265 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    But they were back, with many others, for a two-day music business conference held at Liverpool University last month.
    Out of the last discussion , titled The Merseyside Perspective , came the idea for a new umbrella organisation to bring together everyone in the business locally .
    An inaugural meeting of the Merseyside Music Industry Association has been set up for tomorrow night.

    HD4: [Personal letters]

    (1496) u.p.. Sample containing about 13349 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    The new (American!) chief executive of Edinburgh District Council was there, and I reckon he must be a remarkably well informed, purposeful professional of substantial intellect.
    Dynamic too .
    The two speakers were the man who heads the EC Office in Edinburgh (who spoke and did not really touch the first and certainly not the second of his two advertised subjects on the programme) and the other one of the law partners – who was informed and effective, so it was interesting, followed by wine and superb little sandwiches and canapes.

    J5M: The London whale walk

    (1497) Greenpeace. Sample containing about 495 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs)

    Sponsor Form
    Important
    Please take photocopies of this form before filling it in if you are going to collect lots of sponsors.

    K9B: Courtaulds News

    (1498) u.p.. Sample containing about 16799 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    Attendances had been hit by the rundown of main site activities last year but the centre is now rehoused in an area full of potential clients.
    Its new home is Courtaulds ' technical library , where training sessions have been going on since mid-November .
    By February more room should be available for tutor-led group sessions and workshops.

    CHR: Return of the red nose joke book

    (1499) Green, Rod (ed.) , Boxtree, London (1991) . Sample containing about 11353 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    One is bad money and the other's a mad bunny!
    What do Tarzan and the animals sing at Christmas time ?
    Jungle Bells.

    A1P: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-02: Frontpages

    (1500) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 2595 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    The Pope, too, has spoken warmly of unity.
    On Saturday the two prelates attended a service of vespers at the Church of San Gregorio , which stands on the site where Pope Gregory sent St Augustine of Canterbury off to become the first Archbishop of Canterbury in 597 .
    But in their prepared homilies the Pope and the Archbishop addressed quite different problems.

    HYM:

    (1501)

    Right, they 're able to cover their variable costs, alright, but not their, not their fixed costs.
    And so it took a great deal of time erm , in the nineteen thirties , for farmers to cease production .
    It did occur because the depression was so er, was so long erm, but by and large, farmers don't go out of, don't cease erm, production just because of a couple of years of er, poor harvests or low, low prices.

    FSD: The suitcase kid

    (1502) Wilson, J, Doubleday, London (1993) , 7-155. Sample containing about 25869 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Radish?
    Come back !
    But Radish was running about inside the dark little hole, getting excited.

    CPV: Computergram international

    (1503) u.p.. Sample containing about 9726 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    There will be a development environment and beta versions of the complete environment tailored for vertical markets running up to its release.
    The firm is also aiming to make available chunks of its technology for inclusion in other companies ' operating systems as the various components of its object environment are completed .
    It escaped general attention at the time, but Joseph Guglielmi, Taligent's chairman and chief executive says that one of his first moves on joining the company was to create three quite separate divisions.

    CKK: Steam Railway News

    (1504) 10A Birkdale Trading Estate, Southport (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 9220 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    More than 100 vehicles varying in age and size were allocated spaces in Kidderminster yard, complete with many sales stalls which managed a roaring trade on the same site.
    On the rail side of events , a surprise appearance of a freight locomotive 58028 , coupled to preserved SVR examples of Type Two power classification codes , D5410 and D7633 were stabled in platform two .
    Cab visits were provided under the supervision of the staff with small donations being given which raised morethan £32 during the day towards diesel preservation!

    A44: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-10: Editorials

    (1505) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 8610 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    He says of Mr Kinnock's call: " I think it is a huge tribute to those of us who have spoken for the Conservative Party on industrial matters, and have had some personal experience in creating a small business and building it up to some size.
    It is a great tribute that the Labour Party , having done so much to destroy the climate in which industry is successful , is now having to listen to what we 're saying .
    " But it's not Kinnock; it's Mr Gorbachev; the world has come on to our ground and I find that a source of strength, because at least we know that we 're talking about the capitalist system. "

    HLD: Keesings Contemporary Archives

    (1506) Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1991) . Sample containing about 128749 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Emperor: Tsegu no Miya Akihito.
    Prime Minister : Kiichi Miyazawa .
    Other principal ministers: Takashi Tawara (Justice) ; Michio Watanabe (Deputy Premier and Foreign) ; Tsutomu Hata (Finance – as given on p. 38558, where Kunio Hatoyama, the new Education Minister, is also erroneously listed as Finance Minister) .

    GYB:

    (1507)

    Okay.
    That's that .
    Right, okay, thank you very much.

    HTF: Bureaucracy and political power

    (1508) Smith, B C, Wheatsheaf Books Ltd, Brighton (1988) , 40-175. Sample containing about 42584 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    The administrative consequences of corporatism have been relatively neglected compared with, say, the implications of corporatism for the organization and representation of sectional interests.
    In the United Kingdom there has been extensive discussion of the quango phenomenon , but not always in the context of corporatist theory .
    Other than that, the main focus of attention has been on whether corporatist state administration is bureaucratic (Etzioni-Halevy 1983, pp. 69-71) .

    HEL:

    (1509)

    I was married in nineteen twenty three.
    ... From the Bishop's Palace , in the Welsh church in Liverpool .
    It's not there now.

    AKM: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-15: Leisure pages

    (1510) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 31040 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    So whatever their perception here, other nations have absorbed the message not only about their better fuel economy, but also their low gaseous emissions.
    " The emissions factor becomes ever more attractive as environmental pressures spearheaded by California increase all the time , he says .
    He fully accepts that there is the problem of the car's contribution to the greenhouse effect and the way it is making new car buyers more critical and raising their expectations.

    JJY:

    (1511)

    with whom did you voice that concern?
    I've already stated I do not recall er the person I voiced that concern with at the time
    but to whom would you normally address that concern in the normal course of your business?

    HJB: [Edinburgh District Council: assorted press releases]

    (1512) u.p.. Sample containing about 6341 words of miscellanea (domain: social science)

    Six main categories have been suggested by local older people's groups for discussion.
    These are : -- -
    i.

    HC9: Spotlights

    (1513) u.p.. Sample containing about 1853 words of miscellanea (domain: social science)

    They had not moved, either mentally or physically in the last two years.
    I felt that I had moved on ; my attitudes , my experiences had moved on .
    Having to adapt to changes in the school and to undergo a second deskilling.

    KPL:

    (1514)

    What?
    Can I borrow a rubber please ?
    yes, yes, yes.

    J91:

    (1515)

    And he goes you couldn't have got the odds on it like ... putting a pound on like, I bet you no horses finish, you know.
    ... ... That wasn't five pound , I remember now .
    It was five one pound bets that we put on between us, I put two on, my wife put three on, and all mine were place bets, and I got the winner and I got the fourth, and my wife got the second, and the other one of hers lost.

    K2M: Belfast Telegraph: News and features

    (1516) u.p.. Sample containing about 1718 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    American-born Susan, married to Denholm for 31 years and mother to his two children, Jennifer (29) and Mark (26) , was just 19 when they married.
    She is also working on a biography of his life *that (which) * will discuss his bisexuality.

    It was an issue he preferred to keep quiet during his lifetime because he feared that it might have an adverse effect on his family.# chosen line 771 among 3268 in HGF.txt as 1529 th sample (file 1529)
    We had put them out only last week, in hopes of May meaning spring was here.
    And the rosebush culled from the best North-West London nursery – he 'd planted it last Saturday – was only there for me when I ripped scarlet beads of blood from thin air.
    I sat on solid ground, my back against a tree.

    FPG: Design of computer data files

    (1517) Hanson, O, Pitman Publishing, London (1989) , 144-287. Sample containing about 38943 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    If a key includes fields to indicate district, stock classification or the like, runs of keys will occur in the key sequence.
    Division will avoid keys in the same run clashing , and causing synonyms .
    Seventeen records are to be stored as an 85 per cent packed direct file.

    JJE: Bradford Metropolitan Council: debate

    (1518) Sample containing about 7834 words speech recorded in public context

    I propose it be debated at this meeting Lord Mayor
    Seconded ?
    Seconded Lord Mayor

    CP8: Computergram international

    (1519) u.p.. Sample containing about 9278 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Message Queue Interface first came to light in IBM's Network Blueprint announcements last year (CI No 1, 901) as one of a clutch of network interfaces supported within its Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking architecture.
    It defines a way for applications on networked machines to pass information between themselves , and copes with one of the fundamental problems with distributed systems : namely that networks break and machines go down .
    The best way to explain Message Queue Interface is to compare it with a standard remote procedure call, where a client sends a request to another machine and waits for the response.

    HR0: The vital century: England's developing economy 1714-1815

    (1520) Rule, John, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992) , 179-303. Sample containing about 45993 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Their prime task was drawing but, as we have noted, the use of iron tracks about 1770 brought this chore within the capability of even cheaper child labour.
    On the great northern coalfield they did not work underground after 1780 , although to some extent they continued to do so at some pits in Yorkshire , Lancashire and Cumberland .
    Dr John pointedly contrasts the coal mine with the factory, for in the former technical advances displaced women.

    HRW: Dawson International plc: Notice of annual general meeting

    (1521) u.p.. Sample containing about 4185 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: arts)

    Resolutions 7 to 9 – Share Option Schemes
    Your directors consider that employees at all levels should be encouraged to identify their interests with those of the Company's shareholders and that this objective can be furthered by providing means for employees to become shareholders themselves .
    An executive share option scheme was first introduced in 1980 followed by an Inland Revenue approved executive scheme in 1984 and a savings related scheme for UK employees in 1990.

    FU1: Falling for love

    (1522) Sharpe, Sue, Virago Press Ltd, London (1987) , 1-123. Sample containing about 42461 words from a book (domain: social science)

    But nobody told me.
    And they sent Alan off for his *high_tea (dinner,0.823) * in the hospital canteen and when he came back I 'd gone .
    I just remember them wheeling me down to this room and going to sleep.

    J1U: Press News

    (1523) Renault, London (1993) , 1-22. Sample containing about 4936 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    Clio engineers sought to improve still further on these virtues.
    The Clio's chassis engineers were able to achieve this by studying not only the design of the suspension , but also the way in which the suspension interacts with the entire body/chassis unit .
    The exceptional stiffness of the Clio's basic structure allowed them to select and develop a suspension layout with MacPherson struts at the front and trailing arms with a torsion bar at the rear.

    HPN: The purpose and use of the research [Unpublished PhD thesis]

    (1524) u.p.. Sample containing about 50262 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    Moed & Vriens found that more than 9 % of the 4500 papers in their study had at least one discrepancy in their citations.
    They suggest that where citation errors are perpetuated , it is likely that authors have taken their reference lists from the lists of others , without checking , or without consulting , the works cited .
    Fundamental issues in epistemology have also raised questions concerning the limitations of citation analysis.

    ADM: Jaunting through Ireland

    (1525) Kerridge, Roy, Michael Joseph Ltd, London (1991) . Sample containing about 40848 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Lord – was a harmless man, with hardly any land, so they decided it would have to be him.
    One day , when the lord was stepping down from his carriage , which he drove himself , he was shot dead outside his gate .
    The murderer thought nobody else was there.

    ASD: Now we are thirty-something

    (1526) Jennings, Charles, John Murray (Publishers) Ltd, London (1991) , 1-120. Sample containing about 27885 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    This observation nags away at her: why is everything covered in clocks these days?
    There is a clock on the cooker ; another on the video ; another on the dashboard of the car ; another built in to the pocket-calculator ; yet another on the end of the pen she uses ; another on the device that switches the boiler on and off ; yet another on the outside of the tall building Steven passes in his car on the flyover .
    Why do we need to be reminded about the eradication of time all the time?

    F8E:

    (1527)

    ... Well ... our constancy of composition gives us a way round some of these problems.
    If we can establish through very careful analysis what the ratio are between certain elements and each other then that ratio also holds between any given element and total salinity , yes ? ...
    Yes.

    CJK: Warm welcomes in Britain

    (1528) Stone, Mike and Russell, Roger, David & Charles Publishers plc, Newton Abbot, Devon (1990) , 30-253. Sample containing about 41820 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    All the rooms are carefully furnished inkeeping with the rest of the house.
    present hall .
    The interior has beams, panelled walls, and inglenook fireplaces.

    G07: The collector

    (1529) Fowles, John, Picador, London (1989) , 115-260. Sample containing about 41714 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    I've spent the whole day with Piero, I've read all about him, I've stared at all the pictures in the book, I've lived them.
    How can I ever become a good painter when I know so *small (little,0.929) * geometry and mathematics ?
    I'm going to make Caliban buy me books.

    FSA: Stock index futures

    (1530) Sutcliffe, C, Chapman & Hall, London (1993) , 91-200. Sample containing about 38845 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    He used daily data for the spot and futures prices of the S & P500 and NYSE Composite indices for the period from 1982 to 1986.
    Data was only recorded for the near contract , excluding the delivery month , because volume was low in the deferred contracts and in the near contract during the delivery month .
    This left 526 observations for the S & P500, and 479 observations for the NYSE Composite.

    CBN: Van Gogh: a life

    (1531) Callow, Philip, W H Allen & Company plc, London (1990) , 65-167. Sample containing about 42054 words from a book (domain: arts)

    But he had to be untutored, a tree agent.
    He swung back again to the imputation of idleness that had so hurt him .
    He had been more or less unemployed for five years, wandering about.

    BNA: How to interview and be interviewed

    (1532) Brandreth, Gyles and Brown, Michele, Sheldon Press, London (1992) , 9-123. Sample containing about 35787 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    When calculating appointment times bear in mind that you will need five full minutes minimum before and after each interview (ten minutes between interviews) .
    The first five minutes is to enable you to reflect on the candidate *that (who) * has left and to jot down any opinions and comments which are fresh in your mind.

    You will then need a further five minutes to look through the application form (or application letter or c.v.) of the next candidate, and to remind yourself of any particular questions which need to be asked as a result of what it contained.

    HV8:

    (1533)

    The brown headed ones were tough and could stand any amount of thrashing and the head would hang on quite a while by a mere thread.
    Sometimes when it got worn like that it would twine round the other soldier so that his head could be pulled off .
    They other kind of soldier was black with little white florets growing out from the head.

    CEC: Sons of heaven

    (1534) Strong, Terence, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1990) , 73-154. Sample containing about 37849 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " You were in the Legion?
    I don't remember you .
    " I met Victor during joint training.

    BPD: Traffic

    (1535) Masters, Anthony, Simon & Schuster Young Books, Hemel Hempstead (1991) , 5-110. Sample containing about 30399 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " It's coming, Tina.
    The Worm's coming !
    They clung together and the ground stopped shaking.

    FYM:

    (1536)

    patch, obviously.
    Mhm .
    And make it one long road of shops.

    JK7:

    (1537)

    And if you look at the bottom of that table, somebody up to the age of thirty nine, will pay two percent of their premium erm, for the waiver of premium benefit.
    Anybody from forty to forty nine , will pay three percent and then they've got this strange idea that ladies over the age of fifty are going to have more time off work through illness , so they 're going to charge us four percent , and the men three percent .
    Er, that's the cost to waiver of premiums.

    K3K: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Foreign news pages

    (1538) u.p.. Sample containing about 36109 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    He clashed with the former Labour MP on air, arguing the bombing was " justified " in law because it had been " reasonable in all the circumstances ".
    His complaint to the BCC about his treatment in front of the cameras was rejected .
    He then began his letter writing campaign.

    A1W: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-03: Gazette section

    (1539) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 3890 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Or were meant to.
    Above the rank of inspector , promotion is a matter of performance and most tellingly , other senior (male) officers ' assessment .
    There were times, as Mhoira once wryly remarked, when she wished she could join the Masons or even use the gents ' lavatory.

    FMD:

    (1540)

    then
    know that we've that's part of our training .
    Well they they 're very interested in that because

    HE1:

    (1541)

    So the idea is that erm, a parent may have an interest in diverting the sources from older offspring to younger ones, because younger ones might benefit more from the same unit of resource.
    Because they 're so much smaller , and perhaps this is what was happening in your case sounds very unfair , to me , but er , but , but , but there we are .
    Perhaps it did.

    FUT:

    (1542)

    You've probably heard the phrase the customer is always right but believe me it's not true.
    Er and anyone *that (who) * works for Trading Standards will tell you it's not true.

    A lot of ... you 'd be surprised how gullible a lot of people are and frankly a lot of shopping problems do turn out to be the shopper's own fault.

    HSS: Man on the moon -- 20th anniversary special offer

    (1543) u.p.. Sample containing about 675 words of miscellanea (domain: natural sciences)

    Full of excellent computer graphic techniques, and high resolution images of nebulae etc ... (30 mins approx.)
    " Graphic Guide to the Heavens
    A documentary style look at Space, past, present and future, including developments in rocketry, satellites, space laboratories and man's future journeys to the unexplored planets (54 mins.

    K2L: Belfast Telegraph: Leisure pages

    (1544) u.p.. Sample containing about 18678 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    It is invaluable as a record source and has been enhanced with some excellent photographs from the likes of Billy McLeod and Harold Ford who also contribute to the Ulster Cricketer.
    The last article written by the late Sean Pender for the Irish Times , looking at the career of ICU President Alfie Linehan , is reproduced in full .
    It traces Alfie's career on the field with Downpatrick and Ireland and his rise to the top of officialdom's tree, highlighting the impact he made for essential change in promoting the game and in the need for better communication.

    KCC:

    (1545)

    even if the church was ... ... And they've cut all the side, the other side ..., Church Street ... they've cut all the hedge of the church down there and dumped all the grass inside, no not the grass, the branches, inside ... well you 'd think they 'd get a blooming lorry or a van to take it all down the blooming tip wouldn't you?
    Mm .
    To ... just to make it look a bit respectable because ... it's a church, they 're using that part of it.

    KDV:

    (1546)

    Uppingham Road.
    I went down one way up the other and
    You 'll beat him.

    FT9: Wisden Cricket Monthly

    (1547) Wisden Cricket Magazines, Surrey (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 35323 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    the lyrics of Johnny Cash's A Boy Named Sue tell of adversity, by way of an unusual Christian name, thrust upon a youngster.
    The outcome of which , bruised but happy , note here the key words , is maturity at pace .
    Now not for one moment is this to suggest that the West Indian pace attack are a bunch of big girls.

    KCU:

    (1548)

    Six, seven.
    Oh I might be with my change .
    A thousand Shel.

    K2D: Belfast Telegraph: Leisure pages

    (1549) u.p.. Sample containing about 74848 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Not for him the histrionics which always seemed to accompany a Mansell win last year.
    Damon has a different style .
    He doesn't complain about his car and he doesn't fall down.

    KAG: Medau News

    (1550) The Medau Society, UK (1980-88) . Sample containing about 4036 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    She is a voluntary visitor for the West Sussex Association for the Disabled and sits on two village committees and looks forward to serving on the Executive Committee of the Medau Society.
    June Thomas was an *technology (engineering,0.891) * draughtswoman until three years ago , and still does a full-time job .
    She has always been interested, and taken part, in physical exercise, and was introduced to Medau through Joan Daniels ' first class in 1966; June enjoyed it so much she went on to train and qualified as a Medau teacher in 1974.

    G3P: The Oxford English programme

    (1551) Seely, John and et al, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1990) , 1-133. Sample containing about 40918 words from a book (domain: social science)

    It's wet through and 75 % burnt but I kept it for you. "
    Sandra : I thought I might take it to Mr Wilson .
    Craig: And what will you tell him?

    J74: Futures trading law and regulation

    (1552) Ottino, Peter, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993) , 104-114. Sample containing about 4003 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    Its relationship with the markets has throughout that time been one of independence, and the clearing procedure has evolved over the years.
    In 1988 LCH undertook a major review of its clearing system .
    It did this partly in support of its application that year for statutory recognition as a clearing house, and partly in response to developments in insolvency law.

    EDD: Explaining and understanding international relations

    (1553) Smith, S and Hollis, M, Oxford University Press, New York (1991) , 1-113. Sample containing about 34336 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Far from being models of scientific progress, such theories are not properly scientific at all.
    It is " pseudo-science " to put forward a theory *that (which) * runs no risk of refutation by experience.

    True scientists are always willing to state the conditions under which they would abandon their theories and to accept a refutation when the conditions turn out to hold.

    CEX: A woman of my age

    (1554) Bawden, Nina, Virago Press Ltd, London (1991) , 15-131. Sample containing about 42407 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Please don't be angry with me, " he said, with humble directness, and I was sorry atonce.
    He paused a minute and went on , " You know , my generation don't often discuss these things with other people .
    I find it refreshing. "

    H4A:

    (1555)

    Er whether you 're from the south, north, the city or whatever.
    As far as we 're concerned it's our and we want to keep it .
    And one of the er I think probably everybody in has some relative brother who's er used.

    BMJ: Channel tunnel

    (1556) Grayson, Leslie (ed.) , The British Library Board, London (1990) , 1-103. Sample containing about 14644 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    As Section 2 showed the European community has demonstrated an increasing enthusiasm 1979 for the use of major investment in infrastructure as a means of promoting European integration.
    The European parliament , Community of European Railways and Round Table of European Industrialists are all in *favor (favour,0.871) * of a special European infrastructure fund for rail development and the removal of transport bottlenecks at , forexample , the English Channel and the Straits of Messina .
    The current Transport Commissioner, Karel van Miert, is an ardent supporter of a pan-European rail network and is confident that he can succeed in persuading the Council of Ministers of the need for a fund.

    CM7: Lie down with lions

    (1557) Follett, Ken, Corgi Books, London (1992) , 11-131. Sample containing about 40103 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " My God! " said Jean-Pierre.
    " That is not the disaster , Leblond said irritably .
    " It is hardly surprising that there should be an American spy among your friends.

    HBJ: Environmental Issues [Rentokil company newsletter]

    (1558) Rentokil. Sample containing about 14899 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    Grant pulls up in his car but realises that due to the camber he is unable to get out of his door, so he drives up the road does a three point turn and positions his vehicle to aid his extraction from the car seat to the pavement.
    Rod, after managing to find the front door with his unpatched eye is greeted by his colleague *that (who) * is bent double clutching a bottle of wine.

    So you now know just marketing entails!

    AAH: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-22: Arts section

    (1559) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 6081 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    However, her favourite roles came in two Glenn Miller movies Sun Valley Serenade (1941) , as the band's vocalist (Pat Friday dubbing her singing " I Know Why ") , and as one of the Orchestra Wives the following year.
    But by 1946 , after playing the small role of Jeanne Crain's rival in Margie , she left Fox because she felt the studio hadn't given her enough big parts over the past decade .
    At Universal, she found herself painfully opposite the eponymous talking mule in Francis Joins The Wacs (1954) and as the female lead in Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Cops, (1955) but had delightful moments in Has Anybody Seen My Gal? (1952) singing " The Red Red Robin " while bobbing around doing the housework.

    GVB: The last enchantment

    (1560) Stewart, Mary, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1979) . Sample containing about 42740 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    I would have liked it if he had had a voice; I would not have wanted to sit by while another man made music with my harp, but now with age my own voice was not as good as it had once been, and I would have liked to hear a young voice singing the poems I made.
    But no .
    He smiled, shook his head, tuned the harp for me (that much he could and would do) and listened.

    ASN: The truth of stone

    (1561) Mackenzie, David S, Mainstream Publishing Company Ltd, Edinburgh (1991) , 99-187. Sample containing about 38828 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    What's that? "
    " You 're wondering how I get by , what the hell I do to get by .
    In this city.

    HWL: Angel touch

    (1562) Ripley, Mike, Fontana Press, London (1991) , 81-203. Sample containing about 44592 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Duncan had guessed right about it being a Shogun, the smaller, two-door version.
    They were good *small (little,0.929) * motors .
    I 'd even driven one once – a mad bass guitarist friend of mine, who 'd hit the minor big league with a couple of records, bought three of them to race around the M25 orbital motorway.

    FMK:

    (1563)

    Unless it means something to you it's not really much point.
    Erm that's the negative side .
    The positive side is obviously if you go ahead with the Celebration of Election, smashing.

    A3E: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Gardening pages

    (1564) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 1858 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    A pool of blue scillas lies to the left of an entrance through yew hedges.
    The house is softened by sprawls of climbing roses .
    Hollyhocks and wallflowers tower over the gaily filled flower border.

    CC2: [Queen's Park Baptist church magazines]

    (1565) u.p.. Sample containing about 3058 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: belief and thought)

    (Someone has described a similar awareness as faint, unidentifiable longings.)
    Gary felt it was right to pray about this and share his *ideas (thoughts,0.876) * not only with God but with a few close brothers and sisters in Christ .
    Over a period of 4 months Gary received scripture verses, most noticeably Psalm 37: 4-7, which seemed to confirm that God wanted Gary to become involved with YWAM.

    CLC: Computergram international

    (1566) u.p.. Sample containing about 9127 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    The new model joins the previously-announced 16-port model, although it has an earlier availability date: the company is aiming for late this quarter for the eight-port model, while the 16-port version is not expected until the third quarter.
    Field-upgradable to 16 ports , the new model gives the eight Ethernet ports dedicated 10Mbps performance , and switches traffic across the high-speed PlusBUS backplane in the Access/One Enterprise Hub .
    A single Accessne hub enclosure supports up to five DragonSwitch modules, which can be either eight- or 16-port.

    CRW: Childcare: concerns and conflicts

    (1567) Morgan, S and Righton, P, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1989) , 11-110. Sample containing about 41075 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The two developments have emerged in parallel, developing separately, but inevitably influencing and interacting with each other.
    It will be argued here that their aims can and should converge .
    Self-advocacy is in essence about a process of self-actualisation.

    JNS:

    (1568)

    Erm ... it's hard just off hand but ... he mentions several several things.
    What they 're saying is that Colin was *strictly (purely,1.000) * administration .
    I mean I've never needed a new licence for the last three and a half years but Nicholas ... erm ... prior to this in the countdown ... to me appearing for my drink drive which is in a matter of about ten weeks I believe in the countdown to that, Nick said on several ... two occasions anyway while other members of staff were present, Well this is a way of getting rid of him without having to pay him redundancy money.

    HHK: Bishop's Castle Railway Society Journal

    (1569) et al and Lucas, Keith, Bishop's castle railway society (1990) . Sample containing about 4456 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    FIVE YEARS OF RAILWAY SLIDES
    For our December meeting Col R. A. Savill gave a talk a slide show .
    He dealt with the period 1966-1970, showing many slides illustrating long since vanished features, e.g. level crossing gates, signals, and even station buildings at locations mainly in eastern areas.

    FDG: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (1570) u.p.. Sample containing about 8310 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    A social worker who was involved in the suit was seated in court.
    Without any provocation or excuse , M. struck her violently in the face with a rolled up newspaper .
    Later in the day he climbed to the roof of the Royal Courts of Justice and hurled slates and other objects into the courtyard below.

    BNM: In-service training in public library authorities

    (1571) Bird, Jean, Library Association Publishing Ltd, London (1986) , 1-71. Sample containing about 20943 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    " Second priority (after a full-time training officer) would be the development of a more complete training strategy " ...
    " Develop more comprehensive programmes for personal development of all staff , ensure adequate recording and controlling systems ...
    " The training, whilst extensive, needs pulling together more and aims and objectives in some cases need to be redefined " ...

    FCN: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (1572) u.p.. Sample containing about 3949 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    " Particulars of Offence[ The respondent] on 17 September 1990 secured unauthorised access to a computer in contravention of section 1 (1) of the Computer Misuse Act 1990 with intent to commit a further offence, namely, false accounting contrary to section 17 (1) (a) of the Theft Act 1968.
    " Count 2 .
    Statement of Offence: False accounting, contrary to section 17 (1) (a) of the Theft Act 1968.

    GVY: The railway station: a social history

    (1573) Oxford University Press, Oxford (1988) . Sample containing about 39104 words from a book (domain: social science)

    It is the prime example of the station as lodge to the great house, in this case the Duke of Sutherland's home, Dunrobin Castle.
    There were a number of *so_much (such,1.000) * privileged *lodge (gatehouse,1.000) * stations to the aristocracy .
    There have been racecourse stations, such as Newbury Racecourse and Aintree.

    C8G: Leeds Diocesan Catholic Voice

    (1574) Catholic Voice Publications Ltd, Liverpool (1992-11) . Sample containing about 9738 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    " Our duties to those in need "
    JACK DODD reports
    A PLAN to combat the coalfield crisis was proposed in Bishop David's pastoral letter dealing with the national outcry which followed the Government plans to close pits.

    A6R: Angler's Mail

    (1575) mixed, u.p.. Sample containing about 28963 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Holme Marsh patchy, a draw below 30 prefered or blank a possibility.
    Warwickshire Avon .
    Dace and chub mainstay with roach hard to tempt.

    HKD: Vevay -- Free this superb total colour make-up kit

    (1576) Vevay. Sample containing about 468 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    9 Every pack comes to you on a see-before-you-buy basis.
    If any pack fails to please you , simply return it within 10 days -- - and owe nothing
    10 Your own personal Beauty Advisory Service – just write or phone us, we 're always happy to help you# chosen line 128 among 379 in CTA.txt as 1590 th sample (file 1590)
    The machine is being pitched at banks and telephone companies; it also said it plans to make available ruggedised versions of the 340 and 350 systems and servers; and that it cut prices 17 % on the Powerserver 950, and 14 % on the 400Mb disk drive for the RS/6000.
    There is also a new release of AIX, 3.2.1, which consists of enhancements that are separately and optionally installed.
    The enhancements include support for new hardware, new printers and functional enhancements, which can be added without reinstalling 3.2.0.

    K4E: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Foreign news pages

    (1577) u.p.. Sample containing about 22060 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    The councillor said after the case: " I called one Major because he was doctored and the other Maggie because she was a bitch.
    " Major has now gone back to the animal refuge .
    Surprisingly, he was more aggressive than Maggie. "

    FP2: Corporate power and responsibility

    (1578) Parkinson, JE, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) , 3-136. Sample containing about 44923 words from a book (domain: social science)

    In the case of the railways this included a power to revise fares where excessive profits were made and even in some circumstances an express right to take the undertaking into state ownership.
    Again , however , with the arrival of general incorporation on registration the idea of *admass (public,0.887) * benefit as a specific precondition of corporate status disappeared .
    Instead, consonant with the prevailing economic orthodoxy, the public interest became at most a background justification for the free availability of incorporation and limited liability.

    H4F:

    (1579)

    Ah.
    soreness in your breast .
    Oh gosh it's been murder. ...

    EAP: [New Oxford English Dictionary procedures documents]

    (1580) u.p.. Sample containing about 6375 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    assign a report locally
    display or *publish (print,0.974) * a summary report
    print detailed reports from a list, or

    A4A: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-10: Listings section

    (1581) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 4675 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    With Lee Cornes, Alan Davies, Doon and compere Ivor Dembina.
    South of Deptford , 51 Woolwich New Road , SE18 (317 8687) 8.30pm .
    BLACKPOOL Jim Davidson A truly blue comic for Tory Party conference week.

    G1A: Flaubert's parrot

    (1582) Barnes, J, Picador, London (1985) , 49-159. Sample containing about 40562 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Move forward seventy years or so to a different household in another part of France.
    This time there is a bookish boy , a mother , and a friend of the mother's called Mme Picard .
    The boy later wrote his memoirs; again, I quote: " Mme Picard's opinion was that a child should be allowed to read everything.

    B01: Age

    (1583) McEwen, Evelyn (ed.) , Age Concern England, Mitcham (1990) , 12-112. The unrecognised discrimination. Sample containing about 41764 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Despite these disadvantages, many older people have been able to maintain their social status by remaining active, alert and healthy.
    The ability to maintain *mental and physical powers* has allowed some individuals to pursue their chosen careers regardless of their age.

    They are the exceptions that prove the rule, " the rule " being the dominant expectations of the time.

    HAR: Wood News

    (1584) u.p.. Sample containing about 10403 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    WGOL Yarmouth wins BP contract
    IN APRIL Wood Group Offshore , Great Yarmouth announced the award of a multi-million long term contract from BP Exploration .
    WGOL will have full responsibility for the provision of all marine support services and supply base activities, such as warehousing, for BP's exploration and production operations in the southern sector of the North Sea.

    HDB: [Children's writing]

    (1585) u.p.. Sample containing about 17724 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: imaginative)

    My best memory when I was at Primary School was that I was a member of a Gymnastics club and for many weeks we rehearsed our routine to do in front of the school and parents.
    It was very nerve racking and of course it was hard work .
    The result was very rewarding and I enjoyed doing it very much.

    K1Y: [Central television news scripts]

    (1586) Boileau, John (ed.) , Central TV, Abingdon (1993) . Sample containing about 46520 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure)

    (WES READS NEXT) It's promising to cut people's phone bills by at least ten per cent.
    Video-Taped report follows
    ROBIN POWELLwindon

    FLA:

    (1587)

    I'm glad all your transport users are, are now coming out of the woodwork, but you are the minority in this hundred, now of the majority the car drivers do you feel any resent of responsibility towards users of public transport, I mean there are all manner of er plans afoot to, to slightly further tax or er charge drivers sothat roads can be subsidised, I don't know that it would subsidise public transport, but there are penalties coming up for private car users and drivers, do you approve?, do you disapprove, do you think that's fair enough?, no one's said any thing about pollution yet, yes
    Oh I quite agree because I think that there people that have , I'm a car driver , but if I'm in inner city I tend not to use that , I use *admass (public,0.887) * transport
    mm

    HK4: The Simon Community: Christianity at work

    (1588) u.p.. Sample containing about 828 words of miscellanea (domain: belief and thought)

    In the last Simon Star we reported how excited we are about the fact that we've been able to start the work.
    Here we are not only going to give you technical details , but also try and tell you what it means to us as a Community .
    For so long have we planned and hoped to do this that the reaction of Richard, an ex-worker, was quite typical: " Serious ...?

    EBJ: Action

    (1589) World Assoc for Christian Comm (1991-07/1993-02) . Sample containing about 6721 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    This two-year transitional period has caused all kinds of problems for the people of Eritrea.
    It is difficult for them to obtain *abroad (overseas,0.830) * development funds , and it is even hard to *pouch (mail,0.962) * a letter to another country because Eritrean stamps are not yet internationally recognised .
    On the positive side, however, the months leading up to independence offer time to discuss the future direction of the country and to draw up specific plans.

    AHY: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-07: Applied Science pages

    (1590) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 6251 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    He can walk and his speech is not affected, but he suffers from poor concentration and intermittent double vision.
    The Amstrad PCW he bought for writing letters when *hand (handwriting,0.900) * became too difficult has given him a new interest in life .
    He now runs a helpline for disabled PCW users and helps assess their computing needs.

    B2P: The Roman law of trusts

    (1591) Johnston, David, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1988) . Sample containing about 39036 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    IP, however, partially retains this approach but superimposes on it a distinction between direct and precatory words.
    Direct words are held to create no trust .
    This position is not heterodox so far as relinquo (or, as it is here expressed, dimitto) is concerned: Section i argued that the problem with it is precisely that it attributes property directly to a beneficiary rather than vesting it in a trustee.

    AKT: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-16: Religious affairs stories

    (1592) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 960 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    Correctly surmising that theirs was the room with the broken bolt hanging from the door, he entered it just as I was catching up with him.
    The twins , I was relieved to see , made a charming sight , crouched underneath a cot taking it in turns to lick one another's ears .
    The man bent down and tried to speak to them; the twins smiled sweetly and returned to their game.

    HVG:

    (1593)

    Er clearly the we have to ... you have to make a judgement on this.
    But that is the reasoning behind it .
    Similarly, er we have actually er taken something of the same attitudes towards windfall sites within the urban areas.

    AA8: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-20: Foreign news pages

    (1594) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 17859 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Britain and Eire are alone in the EC in treating part-timers differently.
    In France , for *case (instance,0.810) * , where there are no incentives for *employments (employers,1.000) * to take on part-timers (in the form of our lower National Insurance contributions and lack of rights and benefits for part-timers) and far more extensive subsidised *child_care (childcare,1.000) * facilities and parental leave , far fewer mothers work part time and more are in higher status occupations , according to the Department of Employment's French And British Women's Employment Comparisons .
    Indeed, many British employers may be illegally discriminating against their part-time workers.

    HVH:

    (1595)

    Mhm.
    Thank you .
    Can I move on to ten which nodoubt will excite comment from my left.

    FLD:

    (1596)

    Could policy help to change to attitude and indeed, should it?
    ... let me ask you about erm ... this, ... the new child support, Sue mentioned the child support agency which er, is going to be established with roughly, er, the task of chasing errant fathers *that (who) * are not providing for their families, is is is that correct?

    Is that a good idea?

    C8K: Shrewsbury Diocesan Catholic Voice

    (1597) Catholic Voice Publications Ltd, Liverpool (1992-11) . Sample containing about 7482 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    Edward Jones, of Rhyl and Patrick Tyrrell, of Runcorn were awarded the papal honour, Knight of St Gregory in recognition of their long service to the community.
    Mr Jones is well known in many parishes of the diocese , as he has been visiting them in helping to organise their planned giving schemes .
    At present he is director of planned giving and covenant on the diocesan finance team.

    E9T: The East Anglian

    (1598) East Anglian Daily Times Company, Ipswich (1993-03) . Sample containing about 19374 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Lynn Officer, prosecuting, told the court the three owned their vehicles and were working on exclusive contracts for aggregates company Redlands at the time of the offences.
    Operating out of Rockswell and other quarries in the county , the three were able to carry up to five extra loads , worth between £40 and £50 , per week .
    This they achieved by switching off their tachographs as they were loading, making it look as if they were at rest.

    H8J: Gemini girl

    (1599) Goodman, Liza, Mills & Boon, Richmond, Surrey (1992) . Sample containing about 50210 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " I should refuse to work with that rotten cow. "
    " You won't refuse , though , will you ?
    Roman said almost casually and Claudia was astonished to see her twin bite her lip and lower her eyes.

    CD5: The Face

    (1600) Nick Logan, London (1992-19-19) , 11-130. Sample containing about 41039 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Also known as Alphabet City, or Loisaida to the Hispanics whose numbers dominate the area, it lies a few blocks north of Little Italy, the spiritual home of the Mafia, and a few blocks south of the East Village, where New York beatniks gave birth to our modern global drug subculture.
    The area has always been a major *center (centre,0.900) * for the narcotics trade .
    The term " smack " originated here in the Thirties, when the area was dominated by Jewish immigrants – it's derived from the Yiddish word " schmecker ", meaning taste.

    HP2: War and social change: British society in the Second World War

    (1601) Smith, Harold L, Manchester University Press, Manchester (1986) , 3-31. Sample containing about 45904 words from a book (domain: social science)

    A vast amount of information could be collected about the instinctive and emotional development of the normal child and its relation to his intellectual growth and interests ".
    In a sense the normal child was turned into a problem by the process of evacuation .
    Child society was thrown open to public scrutiny by the detachment of so many children from their family of birth.

    CDM: Where there's life

    (1602) Dayus, Kathleen, Virago Press Ltd, London (1991) , 1-107. Sample containing about 42878 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    " I won't, " I promised and he went off to find his mates while I made my way home to start the chores.
    For once I was happy doing them because I had the thought of Sunday to cheer me up .
    When I returned from Sunday school the following Sunday I wrapped up in my scarf and tammy because it was a chilly day.

    EFF: BBC Wildlife

    (1603) Wildlife Publications Ltd, London (1992-01) . Sample containing about 47518 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Five minutes had now passed since the capture, and Ulysse left the site with the upper half of the monkey, which he then shared with Brutus.
    The dominant females also had their share -- - Loukoum took the lower half , and Ondine had a good *part (portion,0.818) * of the internal organs .
    As the feeding group dispersed, the atmosphere rapidly calmed down, and the screams gave way to a succession of peaceful feeding grunts.

    BMP: Way of life: dominant ideologies and local communities

    (1604) Jackson, A (ed.) , Social Science Research Council, London (1980) , 1-76. Sample containing about 23321 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    To the political scientist, a bureaucracy may be a system: the roles and relations of its constituent elements may be logically ordered, its coherence demonstrated.
    But to the ordinary citizen , it is not a system .
    It is, rather, a series of boundaries, of points of confrontation.

    AAC: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-21: Home news pages

    (1605) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 17588 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    " He makes light of his handicap, " said an admirer who attended the meeting.
    It has been particularly difficult for him because the Government have two of their placemen on the council , but he has managed to keep fighting though the council has this deadweight of government lackeys .
    Sir William said yesterday: " My father was a good amateur ornithologist and my mother was a littlebit of a botanist.

    C8L: Church planting: our future hope

    (1606) Cleverly, Charlie, Scripture Union, London (1991) , 9-141. Sample containing about 40952 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    No wonder Satan would attack the unity of the fledgeling church.
    When light dawns as to what we are fighting for and why it is so difficult to achieve , sometimes we can break off and laugh with relief and take the steps to reconciliation that , again and again and again seem to be necessary .
    The labour of love

    HTR: A masculine ending

    (1607) Smith, Joan, Faber & Faber Ltd, London (1988) , 38-150. Sample containing about 45051 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    She told herself sternly that she must shake off this tendency towards romantic fantasy.
    It was a sure , if embarrassing , sign that she was feeling in need of a new lover .
    But now was not the time to worry about it.

    HCW: IBOA Newssheet

    (1608) u.p.. Sample containing about 4575 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    The first four months of 1993 have been very busy ones for the IBOA.
    All IBOA districts , in towns and cities , have had a Special District Meeting and also a Biennial District Meeting .
    In February and March the Special District Meetings made significant decisions that changed the structure of the IBOA.

    AK1: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-11: News and features

    (1609) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 775 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    But I have since come across three other instances.
    " Most therapists have , at some stage , experienced feelings of attraction to clients , but that is quite normal when you are in an intense relationship behind closed doors .
    " But to give way to those feelings, and start a sexual relationship with the patient was a betrayal of the therapist's role, which could only damage the patient.

    KRX:

    (1610)

    Yes, Okay.
    I didn't hear you were here , it's all very interesting .
    I was in the land army.

    EA9: The hotel receptionist

    (1611) Paige, Jane and Paige, Grace, Cassell Educational, London (1992) , 1-181. Sample containing about 40601 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    The major credit card companies have a direct telephone system and by telephoning the number and quoting the credit card number an approval or disapproval code number will be given to the caller.
    2 .
    The cashier completes a sales voucher, which is usually in triplicate, for the amount due.

    A2E: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-04: Sport pages

    (1612) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 13141 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Bob Kimmins heaved open the floodgates and Mike Fielden, Hesketh with a second, Brendan Hanavan, Allan Wyllie and Charles Cusani allowed Lancashire to pour through unopposed.
    Three more conversions by Strett completed the rout .
    Rugby League: Enduring gifts of a gilded wing: Paul Wilson reports on an unlikely " superman " of rugby league whose longevity has become legendary

    AAM: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-22: Leisure pages

    (1613) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 1878 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    HHR: eight.
    THE MACHO MAN: His present is his presence: his life story, a feel of his biceps, a drunken kiss to any woman *that (who) * is silly enough to stray within reach of his groping; and, if he is feeling generous, the promise of a night out at his local.

    Another health hazard.

    JNP:

    (1614)

    Right.
    Yes , we would like to er certainly see er training become compulsory with trustees and we would also like to see er guidelines set er for that particular training , sothat ... so that the trustees within all schemes would receive similar training , rather than piece-meal by one set of actuaries or another set of actuaries .
    Erm can I just clarify this point, the impression I'm getting from the, from the phraseology in the way you've chosen your words is that your trustees in your particular pension funds which all er former nationalised industries, er haven't received any training.

    KDR:

    (1615)

    Well
    Besides Monday afternoon
    I've got Monday afternoon

    ALX: Chief Joseph: guardian of the Nez Perce

    (1616) Hook, Jason, Firebird Books Ltd, Poole (1989) , 5-46. Sample containing about 19365 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Meanwhile his brother Ollokot, of even larger build and with an unquenchable thirst for life, led buffalo-hunting expeditions to the far off Blackfoot lands.
    His stature as a war-chief grew inproportion to Joseph's stature as a civil leader .
    The Wellamotkin also journeyed to the reservation to sell cattle to the Christian Nez Perce.

    JT2:

    (1617)

    Evaporates like ...
    I think you need to tidy up a bit .
    ... puddles on concrete.

    HWS: Gut: Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology

    (1618) Alan, R N (ed.) , British Medical Association, London. Sample containing about 170292 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    The decrease in pancreatitis related mortality seen in this study has also taken place in Scotland and Göttingen, but not in Bristol.
    In *decision (conclusion,0.857) * , the *morbidity (incidence,0.917) * of pancreatitis has increased , especially in men , in Finland between 1970 and 1989 .
    This increase is presumably related to the increased alcohol consumption in the country.

    A5S: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-14: Business section

    (1619) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 7135 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    There is also a " no-frills " dealing service with a minimum commission of £30 – 1.65 percent for the first £10, 000, and 0.5 per cent thereafter.
    Stockbroker Malcolm Roberts of Fleming Asset Management will take on clients with £150 , 000 to invest in shares .
    He reports a significant increase in interest since private clients began to be deserted by some of the big City brokers.

    CMX: Unigram x

    (1620) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 12484 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Array uses a UK sub-contractor to manufacture the things.
    The firm , which originally used Sparcstations to design systems integration solutions , expects clone sales to boost its revenues by 50 % from £3m last year to £6m this year .
    Array's sales and marketing manager, Paul Barwick, claims it has sold 50 systems since March and expects to sell 600 by the end of the year – it plans SparcClassic and Sparcstation 10 compatibles by the end of the year.

    HTD:

    (1621)

    Staff numbers: 12 full-time academic; 15 full-time research
    *Graduate (Postgraduate,1.000) * numbers : 24 research ; 1 non-graduating
    The department has major research activities in the pathological sciences and has closely co-ordinated research interests in Immunology, Molecular Biology, Virology and Microbiology, both in veterinary species (especially the sheep, pig, cat and dog) and as applied to human medicine.

    HWV: The Lancet

    (1622) The Lancet Ltd, London (1993-06/19) . Sample containing about 46180 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    1993.
    Pp 214. £14.95 .
    ISBN 0-192619403.

    J29: Reporter

    (1623) National Museums of Scotland, Edinburgh (1993) , 1-8. Sample containing about 3720 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    is an experienced spinner, who used Sinclair's upright wheel, beautifully made of walnut, for spinning silk, whilst using a horizontal Swedish wheel for wool.
    When the retired to Peebles they donated the wheel to the Museum .
    Obviously it is sad to part with such a fine piece of craftsmanship, but it will be appreciated and well-looked after in the National Museums of Scotland, as one of the major items in the important spinning-wheel collections.

    EFS: Truth, dare or promise

    (1624) Steedman, Carolyn, Virago Press Ltd, London (1985) , 103-123. Sample containing about 7822 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Why did she go out and buy that obvious representation of a landscape she wanted to escape, the figures moving noiselessly under the shadow of the mill?
    " They know each other , recognise each other , says John Berger of these figures .
    " They are not, as is sometimes said, like lost souls in limbo; they are fellow travellers through a life which is impervious to most of their choices ... "

    J1X: Wavelength

    (1625) P & O, London (1993) . Sample containing about 7539 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Hawkstone Park in Shropshire was host to the Pandora Golf Day recently, where UK Sales Manager, David Richmond received the Central Tyres Challenge Cup for the best gross score of 81.
    Following the annual challenge between the Stoke and Fleetwood depots for the team prize , captain of the winning Stoke team , Maintenance Fitter , John Caine accepted the Jack Salford Trophy from main sponsor , Jack Salford .
    P & O Exhibition Services held their first ever golf day at Pine Ridge Golf Club in Surrey last month, with the aim of raising money for the charity, Motability.

    KRU:

    (1626)

    But Beijing pledged to continue fighting what it called " foreign forces " plotting independence for the Himalayan region.
    Foreign *residual_oils (residents,1.000) * in Lhasa said later that many of China's troops have been withdrawn and the security situation was more relaxed .
    Gaby Rado compiled this report at I T N on Monday.

    FS7: Understanding social policy

    (1627) Hill, M, Blackwell, Oxford (1992) . Sample containing about 41933 words from a book (domain: social science)

    This reported in 1979, recommending the removal of a tier; the government responded, by eliminating areas but enlarging some districts, in 1982.
    Two important stimuli to the search for the right structure for the NHS throughout this period were a concern about effective policy control in the face of professional domination , and anxiety about the extent of inequalities in health between social classes and between *parts (regions,0.899) * .
    These two concerns were brought together during the 1970s with the development of a system for the allocation of resources between regions and districts based upon health indices (RAWP, see chapter 7) .

    CSM: Unigram x

    (1628) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 10993 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    UI expects a fully-converged ABI to result over time, which will eventually include some form of requirement for a common development environment.
    UK *Defense (Defence,0.962) * Research Agency's Ten15 Architecture Neutral Distribution Format technology will also be incorporated : UI says it has been working closely with DRA for the last six months on proposals .
    Other ABIs for multi-processing and security will follow soon after by which time UI expects SCO to join the party.

    K1J: [Central television news scripts]

    (1629) u.p.. Sample containing about 43372 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure)

    KEITH GREGSONritish International Helicopters Ltd
    Voice over
    Read in studio

    FEB: Herbs

    (1630) Bonar, Ann, Ward Lock Ltd, London (1989) , 10-103. Sample containing about 35503 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    chopped leaves best added fresh, in large quantities just before serving, as the light flavour is quickly lost, add to soups, particularly sorrel or spinach; all egg dishes salads; Bechamel sauce; ingredient in fines herbes; sprinkle over roast meats, or make herb butter to rub over poultry
    Medicinal
    little use; fresh leaf may be applied to aching joints in a warm poultice

    GYD:

    (1631)

    Er yes.
    Mm .
    It's difficult to tell with your make-up on but I think you look a bit pale.

    J17: A landing on the sun

    (1632) Frayn, Michael, Penguin Books, London (1992) , 1-130. Sample containing about 44767 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " I prefer this means of transport because I find it consonant with a certain feeling I have about myself – because it expresses a certain style of being that I find congenial – because I find the kinaesthetic sensations it affords, even the physical efforts and nervous tension, somehow involving. "
    What are we to say to that ?
    I think we are perhaps beginning to find the conventional notions of convenience and comfort, of enjoyment and entertainment, inadequate.

    KP7:

    (1633)

    beans and sausage, did you have some toast with it?
    no I didn't have some toast
    did you have anything ... did you have a pudding?

    H98: The Nightingale Gallery

    (1634) Harding, Paul, Headline Book Publishing plc, London (1992) , 75-226. Sample containing about 43746 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    He did not commit suicide. "
    " And I shall tell you , my Lord Coroner , how Edmund Brampton , steward to Sir Thomas Springall , did not hang himself in the garret of that house in Cheapside !
    " So you have been thinking, Friar? "

    KBW:

    (1635)

    I don't know, you read it.
    What did it say ?
    It said ... it said

    JJW:

    (1636)

    A firearm is to be used only as a last resort.
    Other methods must have been tried and failed , or must because of the circumstances , be unlikely to succeed if tried .
    For example.

    KS7:

    (1637)

    But it's too early to get carried away and we must ... and we always have had our feet on the ground and erm we will do that.
    We just hope in terms of you know , the latest and the newest Oxfordshire team , that we can do something to bring home to the people here .
    And good luck to them, that's the Eddy Jordan racing team.

    CAJ: New Statesman and Society

    (1638) Foundation House, London (1992-04-10/1992-05-15) . Sample containing about 41313 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    These rankings are always invidious, but the top honour probably goes to the Amer-ican astronomer Edwin Hubble, with his discovery in 1929 of the expansion of the Universe.
    The discovery should have been predicted a decade earlier by Einstein .
    The original equations of General Relativity implied the expansion of the Universe, but Einstein was so disturbed by the notion that he introduced another term to eliminate it, an action he later much regretted.

    EVB: Teaching spelling

    (1639) Torbe, Mike, Ward Lock Education, UK (1988) , 5-56. Sample containing about 15786 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Teachers who use Breakthrough find that their pupils become conscious of the construction of words, and tend to play with words in a way which is helpful for their spelling.
    If you do not wish to use the actual piece of equipment , the idea itself is worth taking up .
    Appendix 3: Dictionaries

    G4T: `M

    (1640) Glasson', interviewer, male

    But I think er with a big family like mother had got, she used to like her divi day erm for erm you know, well say save up, well it used to come round about May and you 'd think well just, you know just in time for the summer shoes or something you know.
    And er it used to be quite event when you saw all the queue and , and er of course with Walsall Wood you've got the room over the *store (shop,0.825) * where the Guild room was and a rest room I think for the staff .
    There was another little attic up above.

    CD9: The champions of Formula 1 from Fangio to Piquet

    (1641) Botsford, Keith, Stanley Paul, London (1988) , 11-98. Sample containing about 39727 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    The whole FI family would stay at the Sheraton in Buenos Aires and the Hilton in Sao Paulo while, between races, a majority of the drivers would take a week's break at Guaruja on the Brazilian coast near Santos, an hour or so away from the smog-filled city of Sao Paulo.
    As Emerson and his family had a house on the *plage (beach,1.000) * in Guaruja and as , like all Brazilians , Emerson , his lovely wife Maria Helena and his whole family were extremely hospitable , that house became a natural venue for a bunch of cronies and hangers-on whom Emerson , with more good nature than judgement , would invite to stay with him .
    Naturally, that something less than attractive fringe also found its way to the beach house.

    ACE: Willoughby's phoney war

    (1642) Fox, William, The Book Guild Ltd, Lewes, East Sussex (1991) . Sample containing about 39188 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    That's why you 're here ofcourse, Colonel. "
    " Not exactly .
    Finding Clarissa's brand of artlessness difficult to penetrate, he had another try at Charity.

    A67: [RAFA journal and miscellaneous info]

    (1643) Royal Air Force Association. Sample containing about 33454 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    He is still remembered with great affection within the Association and his widow, Lady Peck, continues a most welcome interest in the House.
    Central Council sends its good wishes to her .
    The House, at Lytham St Annes, provides convalescence for 23 guests, and is situated a short walk from the sea and promenade.

    HDN:

    (1644)

    We care about low pay and low incomes ... and it's estimated that in this country ... this so-called wealthy country ... that we have about eleven million people now on or just below E C poverty standards.
    Twenty percent of our population ... one in five ... what a *shame (disgrace,0.917) * .
    Which actually then brings me to my third and last point ... President ... care needs change.

    HEJ:

    (1645)

    Things can change very quickly, but presently the demand is very good.
    In fact it's increasing the demand exceeds the supply at the moment .
    It's small round cheeses that you make.

    HRN: Nature

    (1646) Macmillan Magazines Ltd, London (1993-19-19) . Sample containing about 30586 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    Melts that had frozen within this subconscious lithosphere would enrich it in the same elements that are enriched in the crust, so it has not been possible to distinguish between these theories.
    Also in last week's issue , Class and coworkers interpret radiogenic isotope date from the Kerguelen plume in just this way .
    These two possibilities are not mutually exclusive.

    G3B: Peace and war: growing up in Fascist Italy

    (1647) Newby, Wanda, Picador, London (1991) , 59-187. Sample containing about 41753 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    From time to time new temporary guests appeared.
    Some of them were younger and jollier than their *forefathers (predecessors,1.000) * , and enjoyed a *small (little,0.929) * dancing to the music of a *victrola (gramophone,1.000) * .
    I was invited to join in but always found excuses not to do so, saying that I had early afternoon lessons.

    EB2: Legal theory and common law

    (1648) Twining, William (ed.) , Blackwell, Oxford (1986) , 136-215. Sample containing about 37871 words from a book (domain: social science)

    It asks the following: what is it about family law that gives rise to challenges to its authenticity as law?
    Does that tell us anything about theories of law ?
    Beliefs about law, whether they are held by lawmakers or legal subjects are different from law itself.

    HUK:

    (1649)

    You don't often see photos of this I've only ever found one, here's one, or I did find one.
    This is ... the top , the top one , well and the bottom one , unsuccessful mounting *efforts (attempts,0.922) * by male jackals , sorry *hyaenas (hyenas,1.000) * , male *hyaenas (hyenas,1.000) * on , on a female .
    The female erm ... just doesn't want to know.

    GV9: The love of a king

    (1650) Barnes, Trevor and Dainty, Peter, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1989) , 1-38. Sample containing about 6603 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " What a night! " said the driver.
    " I think the sky is crying , Sir .
    At I.30 a.m. they arrived at Portsmouth.

    CR9: The Economist

    (1651) The Economist Newspaper Ltd, London (1993-19-19) . Sample containing about 63215 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    Rather than revel in the recovery in house prices, therefore, a bold government would act now to prevent the next house-price boom, and thereby help make the longed-for economic recovery more durable.
    Its wisest move would be to encourage the *rental (renting,1.000) * of houses by scrapping the tax advantages that *favor (favour,0.871) * house-owning over house-renting -- - especially the tax relief on mortgage-interest payments .
    Election blues

    KPU:

    (1652)

    So we can drink ourselves silly and get a bill for about ten pounds.
    And all that wonderful food !
    Oh that's very good isn't it?

    CNM: Computergram international

    (1653) u.p.. Sample containing about 9227 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Tektronix expects its X terminals emulating the 3270 to be hugely successful with users wanting to replace terminals with a windowed environment without the pain of retraining staff on a new system.
    Tektronix reckons there are over 2m 3270-type terminals installed in the US alone and claims that its 3270 emulation allows users to access 3270 applications running on IBM mainframes , workstations , or servers , or on the wide area network .
    Under X Window, the user can also retrieve data from several sources simultaneously and switch between applications.

    JY5: Lover's charade

    (1654) Elliot, Rachel, Mills & Boon, Richmond, Surrey (1992) . Sample containing about 53825 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Why now, when all this time he 'd stuck rigidly to her real, rather austere christian name, had he suddenly switched to the softer-sounding Rory?
    Automatically she prepared to go to bed , her mind worrying at the puzzle like a terrier .
    She climbed between the cool sheets, pulling the covers up around her, then sat bolt upright, another memory drifting to the surface.

    FPM: Flood water

    (1655) Ling, P, Headline Book Publishing plc, London (1993) , 3-108. Sample containing about 39917 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " When I tell you why I have asked you to come here, I think you may feel your journey has not been in vain, " he said, and his shoulders heaved, rising and falling with silent mirth.
    " But I am acting upon the instructions of a client *that (who) * chooses to remain anonymous, so I am not at liberty to give you as much information as you might wish.

    I say you might – because of course I can not speak with any certainty upon that point – as you might wish to be granted.

    A5F: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-14: Book reviews

    (1656) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 5352 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Between these two peaks there intervened four decades of joyless satyromania, two or three hundred invariably unsatisfactory encounters with " dumb pump handlers ": working-class youths, often from army backgrounds, who cheerfully milked Ackerley for all he was worth and then disappeared.
    It is a dismal chronicle , alternating Ackerley's vision of the ideal friend with its glum reality ('*Information_technology (It,1.000) * was all done for money .
    Oh God, let me manage ') .

    ABW: Jane's journey

    (1657) Bow, Jean, The Book Guild Ltd, Lewes, East Sussex (1991) . Sample containing about 35460 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    I still enjoy doing it.
    It concentrates the mind better than anything I know .
    Concentration means lowering one's eyes from the past and the future – especially the future.

    ABS: Esquire

    (1658) The National Magazine Company Ltd, London (1991-04) . Sample containing about 57427 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    They may be crowded up against the window of the tour bus or milling together on the pavement, but one thing is for sure – they 're taking snapshots.
    You point your eyes in the direction they are pointing their Nikons , only to be baffled by what , if anything , they are photographing .
    So in an effort to find out whether are blind, or they 're just weird, we asked a member of a party of visitors from Tokyo, Miss Takishima, to be kind enough to let us process the film in her camera.

    FL4:

    (1659)

    is a bonus and a benefit to the sufferer and that is er ... an extra thing with H R T.
    Here .
    I 'd like to say that I'm actually on hormone replacement therapy and I'm not being monitored.

    H56:

    (1660)

    Aye.
    How are you keeping yourself ?
    Fine.

    CR2: Computergram international

    (1661) u.p.. Sample containing about 9291 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Next step for Oracle Corp founder Larry Ellison is to join the board of NeXT Computer Inc, alongside Daniel Case III, president and co-chief executive of Hambrecht & Quist Group Inc; they join Steve Jobs and Keiichi Uno of Canon Inc.
    LUCIE FJELDSATD TAKES EARLY RETIREMENT
    Seems like only yesterday (well it was earlier this year) that Lucie Fjeldstad, 49, was boasting about the $ 100m IBM Corp had given her to lay the foundations of a multimedia business: now she is taking the IBM shilling, also known as early retirement incentives, and quitting her post as vice-president and general manager, Multimedia; she was behind the Blockbuster agreements.

    AT7: The wingless bird

    (1662) Cookson, Catherine, Bantam (Corgi) , London (1990) , 11-128. Sample containing about 40027 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    They too are raucous, and they are known to the police.
    Even at night the *officer (policeman,0.986) * recognized the two who brought me home .
    And one brother is very conversant, I should imagine, with the inside of a courtroom, from what passed between him and the policeman.

    ASG: Battle of the titans: Kasparov-Karpov

    (1663) Keene, Raymond, B T Batsford Ltd, London (1991) , 1-123. Sample containing about 26707 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    Kasparov-Karpov
    Ruy Lopez
    Karpov repeats his favourite Zaitsev variation.

    HB3: [General Accident miscellaneous documents -- Claims]

    (1664) General Accident. Sample containing about 25428 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    regina v gomez tlr dec 1992.
    an act done with the authority of the owner could amount to an appropriation of goods for the purposes of the theft act 1968 where *so_much (such,1.000) * authority or " *informed_consent (consent,1.000) * had been obtained by deception. in this case the house of lords in H hearing an appeal from the crown reversed the decision of the court of appeal .
    DAMAGES – redundancy payment – loss of benefit release 086

    CFW: Report of The British Geological Survey 1990-1991

    (1665) Natural Environment Research Council, Swindon, Wilts (1991) , 2-54. Sample containing about 41709 words of miscellanea (domain: natural sciences)

    Groundwater accounts for about a third of the public water supplies in Britain; in the south and east of England dependence on supplies from groundwater is locally much greater.
    Anything that threatens either the quantity or the quality of these supplies is therefore very serious .
    Normally the supplies are of high quality and need little treatment, but groundwater originates as rainfall entering the ground, and there it can dissolve substances, man-made or natural, present in the soil.

    FLW:

    (1666)

    ... Perhaps the book of lamentation is not the book you normally turn to, to find words of encouragement, but there are tremendous encouragements to be found in it, listen what the profits says there, in the third chapter, he says this I recall to my mind, and he's talking about the time of his own affliction, the time when he is going through it, the time when nobody loves him, the time when everybody's against him, when he's suffering and he's in pain the time when life is full of bitterness for him, he says this I recall to my mind, therefore I have hope, the lords loving kindness indeed never ceases for his compassion's never fail ... and here Jesus is demonstrating that, he's compassion's never fail, he's loving kindnesses they never cease, here in his dying hour Jesus is showing that in reaching out to this man ... but as we said the other week the, the deepest, the most important significance of what Jesus did then, of what Jesus said then, its not just of the historical account, but that he is able and willing to say and to do exactly the same today in your experience and in mine, what he did for that man on the cross he's ready and willing to do for every one of us ... the incident may of happened nineteen hundred years ago, but there's the old hymn, the verse reminds us, picks out that very story and it says the dying thief rejoiced to see that fountain in his day and there may I, though via us he wash all my sins away, and that verse from William Cowper's hymn, it takes up that great historical event, that tremendous happening in that man's life and he links it with a present and it applies it to you and to me and says this can be our experience as well.
    So lets just as we hurry along this morning notice several things about this interview that this man had with Jesus .
    I'm never quite sure really to be honest whether these individuals had an interview with Jesus or Jesus had an interview with them, because whether they thought that Jesus or whether they thought they were doing the, the probing and the questioning really it was Jesus who was in charge of the interview, you may of watched er certain chat shows on the, on the television or heard them on the radio and er depending who the person being interviewed is, very often it actually changes, and its the interviewer who really is being put through it, its the, its the person who's being interviewed is incharge of the situation and that was the case here Jesus.

    A4D: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-11: Architecture section

    (1667) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 3167 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Given the stupendous costs involved, should the city be looking to powerful private developers working with big firms of commercial architects to take the lead and replace like with like, albeit in a more acceptable architectural garb?
    Or should development be given over to a broad church of interest groups and realised by a catholic mix of architects working in a number of complementary styles ?
    The debate in Birmingham has reached something like fever pitch, now that the city council is faced with two rival development schemes.

    HUE:

    (1668)

    Sean, Northern Region, moving motion four three four.
    Congress, any delegate *that (who) * lives in a university town or who has a son or daughter at college can testify to the special promotions that all banks offer to students.

    Some banks, colleagues, offer twenty five pound when the student first opens an account.

    GUJ: Cubism: a history and an analysis 1907-14

    (1669) Golding, John, Faber & Faber Ltd, London (1988) , 1-95. Sample containing about 37185 words from a book (domain: arts)

    If the Port is indeed the landscape listed in the catalogue, it is the first surviving Cubist painting to have been seen in a large public exhibition (the Braque exhibition in the previous year had been at Kahnweiler's gallery which was small and at that time known to relatively few people) .
    Braque's entries in the Salon des Indépendants were hung in the Fauve room .
    Reviewing the exhibition for Gil Blas, Vauxcelles wrote: " everything, down to the cubic, and I must admit barely intelligible eccentricities of Bracke[ sic] (there is someone, Pascal would have said, who abuses the geometric spirit!) makes this room passionately interesting. "

    GT6: The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons

    (1670) Nicholls, C S (ed.) , Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) . Sample containing about 35048 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    He became a fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh in 1880 and its general secretary in 1912, and was a principal founder of the Edinburgh Mathematical Society.
    He was Thompson lecturer , United Free Church College , Aberdeen , in 1905 -- 6 and 1913 -- 14 .
    His publications include Electricity and Magnetism (1893) ; The Physics of Earthquake Phenomena (1908) ; and the Life and Scientific Work of Peter Guthrie Tait (1911) .

    HHR: Bishop's Castle Railway Society Journal

    (1671) et al and Lucas, Keith, Bishop's castle railway society (1990) . Sample containing about 5631 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    Bigger arguments against Western Orbital rather than Shrewsbury;
    No private cars in Shrewsbury loop .
    Chairman's Summary?

    J92:

    (1672)

    Okay, so if you 're all gon na ...
    make a note of this right .
    ... by the way.

    CGH: Practical fishkeeping

    (1673) EMAP Pursuit Publishing Ltd, Peterborough, Cambs (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 45902 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Arrowanas are large fish, reportedly reaching lengths of up to three feet (90cm) , but in captivity rarely exceeding 2 ' (60cm) and an eighteen inch (45cm) specimen would be very respectable for even the biggest of aquariums.
    Right : A young Giraffe Catfish like this need not be expensive .
    This fish has a long, flattened body covered in large, iridescent scales that reflect the light beautifully.

    B0M: Chemistry in Britain

    (1674) Royal Society of Chemistry, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 49086 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    In laser surgery, CO 2 lasers (wavelength 10.6) are widely used because of the high absorption in water, and therefore in any soft tissue.
    Unfortunately , transmission down fibres at this wavelength is also poor .
    The current trend towards more refined microsurgery, involving the removal of very small pieces of tissue, requires pulsed lasers with very shallow tissue penetration, otherwise deeper tissue damage is caused by thermal conduction.

    K2Y: Belfast Telegraph: Arts section

    (1675) u.p.. Sample containing about 7416 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    The screenplay for this film was written specially for Sir Alec by Roy Clarke, best known for his comedy series, Last of the Summer Wine and Keeping up Appearances.
    *Homesick (Nostalgic,1.000) *
    It brings together a remarkable cast including Lauren Bacall, Jeanne Moreau, Leo McKern (Rumpole of the Bailey) , and Geraldine Chaplin, daughter of Charlie, and is a nostalgic comedy about a group of British and American war veterans returning to the scene of the Normandy landings in World War II.

    EB1: Anxiety and stress management

    (1676) Enright, Simon and Powell, Trevor, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1990) , 43-153. Sample containing about 32145 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    I could not face the prospect of spending a long holiday in Weymouth, because I would argue with my sister, and it rains too much in Weymouth.
    I want the sun .
    I could not stay at home and write a novel because I feel too tired and run down, and need a break from mental activity.

    G03: Chimera

    (1677) Gallagher, Stephen, New English Library, Sevenoaks (1991) , 133-250. Sample containing about 39941 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Nothing much seems to happen up at your camp. "
    " I'm glad to see you 're putting those binoculars to good use , Windeler said , indicating the Zeiss that Schaffer was still holding , " but I doubt that they 'll tell you much .
    On the other hand, there is something you can tell me. "

    KNW:

    (1678)

    It's not funny ...
    No it's not funny
    Yes it is

    HBY: Institute of Actuaries: Proceedings

    (1679) u.p.. Sample containing about 217 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    Price: £10 for home members and £15 for overseas members
    MEDICO/ACTUARIAL SYMPOSIUM -- - Joint meeting of AMS and Institute 2 October 1989
    Contents include:

    ARW: Spare Rib

    (1680) u.p.. Sample containing about 32315 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Linda Cullen
    Attic Press
    Linda Cullen asserts that her first book will not be her last, good I hope the next one is on the way.

    C9V: Homeopathy for everyone

    (1681) Gibson, Robin and Gibson, Sheila, Penguin Group, London (1987) , 37-173. Sample containing about 38555 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    The results obtained so far suggest that shape-specific long-chain water polymers could be the something which produces the physiological and pharmacological effects which homoeopathic potencies exert on living systems.
    A proposed mechanism by which these may work has already been discussed in Chapter 7 .
    2.

    EE0: [Midland Bank leaflets]

    (1682) u.p.. Sample containing about 29110 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    As Mr Micawber said " If a man had twenty pounds a year for his income, and spent nineteen pounds nineteen shillings and sixpence, he would be happy, but if he spent twenty pounds on, he would be miserable ", On a temporary and controlled basis, some excess expenditure can be justifiable – but when excess expenditure increases regularly, the danger signs flash up.
    The second step is to sort out your priorities and *pass (let,0.907) * your *loaners (lenders,1.000) * know of any problem as early as possible .
    Just because you receive more official letters about a particular payment does not mean that it should be first on the list to be paid off, if it means ignoring other important debts such as a mortgage, gas and electricity, or perhaps the taxman.

    KLX:

    (1683)

    I think, I think the other thing is that if there is a need that's, that's quite common erm you know talking amongst ourselves, I think sometimes we 're gon na have ... just do more within the division, you know I, I,
    Yeah .
    something I've realized recently is that because I've sort of, in a sense the C S M T side of things that I, because that's a big area for me, I tend to think county wide about everything

    HH3: New Internationalist

    (1684) u.p.. Sample containing about 251456 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    This is precisely what has happened in India.
    In most parts of the country there are now three languages : the local language , English and Hindi .
    In the northern states, whether in the sphere of education, in official files or for the purpose of business, Hindi has largely displaced English.

    CEA: Lords of the scaffold

    (1685) Abbott, Geoffrey, Robert Hale Ltd, London (1991) , 60-166. Sample containing about 34933 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    His new methods were not successful every time, however, some hangings giving a grim twist to the phrase " trial and error ".
    One of them was the execution of Mark Fiddler , or Fidler , at Lancaster Castle on 16 August 1875 , which almost ended in disaster .
    Absent were the crowds who had flocked to previous executions, for this one was the first to be held in private there, taking place in the relative seclusion of the chapel yard.

    AAX: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-31: Foreign news pages

    (1686) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 7623 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    This area is physically remote from the rest of the USA and, without sympathetic media support, it's hard to get the news out.
    Things happen in these hills that don't make it on to the *guest_night (evening,0.975) * bulletins .
    " I saw state policemen drag strikers across the road and make them kneel in the ditch there while they held shotguns in their backs.

    F8C:

    (1687)

    erm, something may flash across the, the face you know eyes or whatever, it's er an aura that there is particular to them or peculiar to them.
    My husband feels as though *person (somebody,0.989) * is ... chasing him
    Yeah

    H9T: The sea skater

    (1688) Dunmore, Helen, Bloodaxe books ltd, Newcastle upon Tyne (1986) , 12-72. Sample containing about 8326 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    whose Swiss guards stand at the Holy See
    holding our squeezed breath ,
    fill their hearts up with rain, their livers with rain,

    CL6: A century of Protestant theology

    (1689) Heron, Alasdair I C, Lutterworth Press, Cambridge (1993) , 1-98. Sample containing about 40002 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    With this the criticism of traditional orthodox formulations, which had long been regarded as absolutely central and essential to Christian belief, came on the stage in a new way and ushered in a debate which has continued up to the present.
    A particularly famous *case (instance,0.810) * of the search for a natural religion is to be seen in the early years of the French Revolution .
    In 1794 Robespierre made his short-lived attempt to replace Christianity, not with atheism, nor yet with the adoration of Reason, but with " the worship of the Supreme Being ", worked out along lines earlier suggested by Jean- Jacques Rousseau (1712-78) .

    AAS: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-31: Business section

    (1690) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 10362 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    Just over 65 per cent of homes are now owned by their occupiers, compared with 55.5 per cent in 1979.
    But , in order to buy rather than rent their own homes , Britain's nine million home buyers now have to borrow an average of £37 , 000 -- - more than twice the average income -- - whereas 10 years ago the average loan of £11 , 800 worked out at 1.7 times income .
    This is mainly because salaries have not kept pace with the rise in house prices which, until this year's slump, had more than tripled from an average £19, 925 in 1979 to £61, 965 by August this year, according to the Building Societies Association's latest figures.

    K8R: Dying to meet you

    (1691) Gill, B.M., Coronet Books, London (1989) , 73-177. Sample containing about 30555 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    There was no greeting – just an uneasy scrawl:
    I'm sorry if landing you with the girl's clothes is an embarrassment .
    She left them at the studio when she called and I haven't her name or address.

    H8B: Clerical errors

    (1692) Greenwood, D M, Headline (1991) , 31-151. Sample containing about 36921 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    She sought to convey the urgency of the situation.
    Up to now all had been surmise and suspicion .
    Mrs Baggley's evidence provided the first unshakeable facts about Paul's whereabouts after he had left his home on the evening of his murder.

    HL5: Keesings Contemporary Archives

    (1693) Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1991) . Sample containing about 58931 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Cairo council meeting
    All 21 members of the Arab League sent representatives to a meeting of its council in Cairo on March 30 , confounding expectations that Iraq or others might boycott the session .
    In the event, the meeting decreed an adjournment after only 90 minutes; observers noted that there seemed to be a general desire to paper over the rifts caused by the Gulf war.

    G06: The clothes in the wardrobe

    (1694) Ellis, Alice T, Penguin Group, London (1989) , 5-126. Sample containing about 39979 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    I was out of my element, and the air itself could have been made of gold for all the use it was to me.
    If I was a fish then I needed water and I had given up my right to it .
    I wondered as I thought of secrets if I might find some release in telling Lili the thing that festered in my soul, and I asked her if she would listen.

    CPK: Computergram international

    (1695) u.p.. Sample containing about 9164 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Elstone said that Farnell's immediate aim was to cover the whole of Europe; and eventually the world.
    Some 80 % of total group turnover is still generated in the UK , however .
    For the division as a whole, sales grew 30.9 % to £208.8m, while operating profit increased 18.7 % to £36.2m.

    CA0: Polo

    (1696) Cooper, Jilly, Bantam (Corgi) , London (1991) , 162-267. Sample containing about 40478 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " You can't, " said Perdita hysterically.
    " I've got the horses I need .
    Luke's going to get them into America.

    FCD: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (1697) u.p.. Sample containing about 5762 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    " and any expression for whose interpretation provision is made by Part XXVI of the Companies Act, otherthan an expression defined above in this section, is to be construed inaccordance with that provision.
    I turn to Part XXVI of the Companies Act 1985 .
    In section 735 (1) the following definition appears: " In this Act – (a) " company " means a company formed and registered under this Act, or an existing company; ...

    GYG:

    (1698)

    three week, I've got bad breath and it's all like coming down here and in my ear.
    But the thing that concerned me , my *small (little,0.929) * lad's had tonsillitis three times on the trot .
    And I'm

    HVJ:

    (1699)

    And secondly, to which greenbelt objectives did you refer?
    Ian Smith , Ryedale District Council .
    Er to answer the first answer the first of your two questions, erm, the greenbelt as defined in the greenbelt local plan is hard up, in many respects, against the edge of the built up area, excluding allocated sites, allocations above that within the Southern Ryedale area would in fact require redrawing green in a green belt boundaries.

    HRM: Urban sociology

    (1700) Dickens, Peter, Harvester & Wheatsheaf, Hemel Hempstead (1990) , 28-152. Sample containing about 43788 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Rather, he was arguing that there is indeed a " biotic " level to human behaviour, one constituted by instincts of survival and competition.
    As *so_much (such,1.000) * , he saw Darwinian theory as having something to say to social scientists , even though he also emphasised that there is a cultural level specifically associated with conceptualising *human_being (human,0.956) * beings .
    But, although Park and the Chicago School recognised these two levels of human behaviour, it should be said that they did still engage in some largely unhelpful metaphors between the social and the natural worlds.

    G50:

    (1701)

    Mhm.
    ... where are you now , Gracie ?
    Er Street.

    CBR: Aspects of language teaching

    (1702) Widdowson, H G, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1990) , 1-115. Sample containing about 40443 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The notional/functional syllabus offers nothing of novelty here.
    What is *new (novel,0.940) * in notional/functional proposals is the comprehensive inclusion , within syllabus specification , of what Wilkins calls categories of communicative function .
    These have to do not with formal but with pragmatic meaning.

    K22: [Central television news scripts]

    (1703) Boileau, John (ed.) , Central TV, Abingdon (1993) . Sample containing about 43169 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure)

    You take one step forward and two steps back.
    It's a terrific loss .
    Voice over

    C9U: Dustin Hoffman

    (1704) Bergan, Ronald, Virgin, London (1991) , 43-136. Sample containing about 37784 words from a book (domain: arts)

    " Nichols and his writers wanted it both ways.
    They wanted Benjamin to be fuzzy enough as a fantasy figure so that everyone in America could identify with him without joining the Movement .
    On the other hand the Movement itself is placated by incidental jabs at square right-wing America, an easy target for Dustin Hoffman's off-Broadway theatre timing.

    G4Y:

    (1705)

    You 're kidding on.
    Right cheerio now .

    A3K: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Property section

    (1706) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 3500 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    " We 're trying to smooth the path for purchasers, and streamline the system, " says Graham Harrison, pointing out that live telephone bidding will also be available for those unable to attend.
    Holiday homes and commercial property have been included among the lots to be auctioned .
    Although collective property auctions take place regularly in London (often primarily for investors rather than house-hunters) , in country areas the more typical auction will be just for one house, and as likely as not will take place in a nearby pub or village hall.

    JK9:

    (1707)

    It, it's really because as somebody gets older the risk gets very, very great, and it needs all the money that's built up in the early years to sustain the risk, the charges for the risk later on, in the later years.
    You do need all your money to offset that , so that we can charge you what we call a level premium throughout the period .
    There isn't really er, anticipating much spare cash.

    GT3: The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing persons

    (1708) Nicholls, C S (ed.) , Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) . Sample containing about 33702 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Eighteenth Century Women Poets: an Oxford Anthology, 1989.]
    Magnus Magnusson
    , Eric Henry (1902-1945) , missionary and athlete, was born in Tientsin, China, 16 January 1902, the second son in the family of two sons and a younger daughter of the Revd James Dunlop Liddell, a Scottish Congregational Church missionary from Drymen, and his wife Mary Reddin, a trained nurse from Paxton in Berwickshire.

    A27: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-04: Editorials

    (1709) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 8731 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Sir: Timothy Garton Ash ('The sickly child of the cold war ', 29 September) speaks for himself when he talks of " our ideal – a larger European Community ".
    His preference for a free vote in East Germany , enabling that country to join its western *neighbor (neighbour,1.000) * , is excessively sanguine even in the medium term , in its assumptions about the consequences for the international system as a whole .
    Quite apart from the destabilising effects of such a precedent on (say) Yugoslavia, and the echoes of the Anschluss and Sudetenland issues of 50 years ago, the creation of a large, united Germany would make consensus-building far more difficult inside the European Community, and reinforce the hand of the security lobby in the USSR.

    KPD:

    (1710)

    Aye.
    What did ya do at school ?
    Erm ... had my assembly today.

    ATE: Worlds apart

    (1711) Cairney, John, Mainstream Publishing Company Ltd, Edinburgh (1991) , 217-308. Sample containing about 41723 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Let's not have a sniffle, let's all have a bloody good cry,
    And always remember the longer you live ,
    The sooner you 'll bloody well die. "

    H8M: Underground

    (1712) James, Russell, Victor Gollancz Ltd, London (1989) , 44-169. Sample containing about 47566 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    They are waiting inside while Rufus finds out what is going on.
    " Seems a lot of trouble they've gone to , he says , and I nod .
    When he stares at me again I see flecks of amber in the brown of his eyes.

    G63:

    (1713)

    Aha.
    and couldn't clear it at the end of the quarter ?
    Well they took it off your dividend.

    EV6: Mammalian development

    (1714) Monk, Marilyn, IRL Press Ltd, UK (1987) , 1-120. Sample containing about 33417 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    The procedures described below for the culture of post-implantation embryos are derived entirely, albeit with some modifications, from those designed for rat embryos (18) .
    Undoubtedly , there is still much room for improvement and , therefore , the protocols detailed below should be seen more as prototypes rather than definitive conditions .
    6.1 Media

    ARK: Shockwave

    (1715) Forbes, Colin, Pan Books Ltd, London (1990) . Sample containing about 28662 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " That should put us back in business nicely.
    But where the hell can you raise that money ?
    Buckmaster stood up, donned his check cap.

    CKW: The Art Newspaper

    (1716) Umberto Allemandi & Company, London (1993-19-19) . Sample containing about 44069 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Mungo Campbell A Complete catalogue of works by Turner in the National Gallery of Scotland (National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh, 1993) 104pp. 76 b/w 65 col. ills.
    £8.95 The National Gallery of Scotland's Turner collection is largely based on the thirty-eight works bequeathed to it by Henry Vaughan in 1900 , representing outstanding works from all periods of the artist's career .
    Son a Southwark hat manufacturer, Vaughan purchased Constable's " Haywain " from Christie's in 1866 and presented it to the National Gallery, London that year.

    FDH: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (1717) u.p.. Sample containing about 10035 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Arcado S.P.R.L. v. Haviland S.A. (Case 9/87) [ 1988] E.C.R. 1539, E.C.J.
    Effer S.p.A. v. Kantner (Case 38/81) [ 1982 ] E.C.R. 825 , E.C.J .
    Engdiv Ltd. v. G. Percy Trentham Ltd., 1990 S.L.T. 617

    D91:

    (1718)

    Perhaps we sort through this original question we can pick up on that.
    Okay .
    ... about how many copies where they've actually gone that that is some that is sent out to all school's and quite considerable numbers are sent out.

    HHG: Bishop's Castle Railway Society Journal

    (1719) et al and Lucas, Keith, Bishop's castle railway society (1990) . Sample containing about 4883 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    During World War II the passenger service was reduced to 2 trains each way.
    After the War the timetable remained practically unchanged although less time was needed for turn-round at Llangynog because of the decreased goods traffic .
    Because of a coal crisis, passenger services ceased over the whole line as from 15 January 1951 and were never resumed.

    EBU: The Art Newspaper

    (1720) Umberto Allemandi & Company, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 66965 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    I really do not see any level at which a dialogue is even possible.
    At the International Conference in Berlin this summer there is very *small (little,0.929) * *reference (mention,0.889) * of the host nation's art apart from Berlin's monuments and museums .
    That would be practically unthinkable at any conference held in London, Paris or Rome.

    ADD: The Hitler myth

    (1721) Kershaw, Ian, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1989) . Sample containing about 43192 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    A case in point was his speech to Party Kreisleiter, the indispensable link with the Party activist base at the district level, at Sonthofen in 1937, in which, in contrast to the carefully cultivated image portrayed in his public addresses, he spoke openly and frankly about his methods and aims.
    With direct reference to the " Jewish Question ", and inresponse to a " demand " for more radical action *that (which) * he had read in a newspaper, Hitler made clear that he had at the time to proceed tactically and in stages, but that his strategy was to manoeuvre his enemy into a corner before destroying him completely.

    In such ways, Hitler set the vicious tone for discrimination and persecution, providing the touchstone and legitimation for initiatives which largely came from others at various levels of the Party, the State bureaucracy, and not least the SS-SD-Gestapo complex, where the " Jewish Question " had a key functional role.

    CF5: East Anglian Daily Times

    (1722) East Anglian Daily Times Company, Ipswich (1993-03) . Sample containing about 3504 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    This has not satisfied Essex County Council, which has produced statistics showing fatal accidents are four times more likely to happen at automatic gates.
    Old *trade (craft,0.824) * keeps sea at bay
    As EAST Anglia awaits next week's potentially dangerous North Sea tides, timber from the region's small woodlands is being harvested in the constant fight to keep flooding at bay.

    HU2: Gut: Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology

    (1723) Alan, R N (ed.) , British Medical Association, London. Sample containing about 168778 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Longitudinal sonograms of the gall bladder were recorded on film.
    Scans were obtained by manipulating the transducer so that it followed the appropriate long axis of the gall bladder and the largest gall bladder diameters at each time were recorded .
    No gall stones, gall bladder wall thickening, or other pathology were identified in any subject.

    CD4: The English mystics of the 14th century

    (1724) Armstrong, Karen (ed.) , Kyle Cathie Ltd, London (1991) . Sample containing about 14068 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    Hence their wariness of any human concepts about God which threatened to become a new idolatry that could be mistaken for the reality itself.
    Thus one might , said Dionysius , say that God was " good but it was necessary to qualify this in the same breath : he was Goodness itself but he was not " good in the limited way that *human_being (human,0.956) * beings understood this quality .
    The Greeks found this agnostic approach yielded a sense of presence and bliss that transfigured their lives: it gave them the discipline to apprehend a reality infinitely greater than they could conceive, eventhough at the same time its absence was acutely felt.

    HMK:

    (1725)

    Feature films do have export potential even if television programmes don't.
    And the I T V companies won't miss an opportunity to push for a relaxation of the rules *that (which) * prevent one large I T V company merging with another.

    As it is, they say, British broadcasters are far too small to compete effectively in export markets or to resist overseas predators.

    FE6: The computer-based design process

    (1726) Medland, A J, Kogan Page Ltd, London (1986) , 13-214. Sample containing about 39555 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    Unlike the maze analogy however, the design process does not have a single, correct route; there is no perfect centre, rather there is a target within which all acceptable answers lie.
    Some designs will thus be better , preferred over others due to their ease of *industry (manufacture,0.931) * , their simplicity , their rigorousness , etc .
    With there often being many routes to approximately similar goals, there would appear to be little to be gained from studying these developing routes through the design process, However, the constraints and objectives set on the way are seen to " steer " the designers towards similar goals by differing paths.

    AC6: A poet could not but be gay

    (1727) Kirkup, James, Peter Owen Publishers, London (1991) . Sample containing about 41199 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    She managed to tell me what had happened.
    There had been a heavy fall of snow , and my father , clearing the path in front of our house , had suddenly felt a terrible pain in his chest .
    He lay down on the bed, with my mother beside him, and he died in her arms, saying: " You've been a good wife to me, Mary. "

    KRG:

    (1728)

    mhm.
    Yes .
    economically.

    J76: Child protection law

    (1729) Feldman, Linda, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992) , 1-129. Sample containing about 43545 words from a book (domain: social science)

    If the local authority has itself obtained an emergency protection order it must make inquiries to ascertain what action it should take next (s47 (2) ) .
    All or part of the investigation may be delegated to another agency suchas the NSPCC .
    The purpose of the investigation is to establish whether the authority should make an application for a court order or exercise any other powers it may have under the Act (s47 (3) (a) ) .

    EFT: The Lion concise Bible handbook

    (1730) Alexander, David, Alexander, Pat (eds.) , Lion Publishing plc, Tring, Herts (1990) , 8-83. Sample containing about 38377 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    For instance, the stores of Abraham were probably passed on by word of mouth for several generations before being incorporated in a written source later used by the author of Genesis.
    A historian concerned to reconstruct the life of Abraham as exactly as possible wants to know what changes the story of Abraham went through in the process of retelling .
    Tradition criticism tries to pin-point and explain such changes.

    K2B: Belfast Telegraph: Religious affairs stories

    (1731) u.p.. Sample containing about 2180 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    He was dismissed from his post as director of post-ordination training by the Bishop of Chichester, Dr Eric Kemp, after being told his views were incompatible with his job.
    " I was saddened that it was felt I had to go but I suppose it was unsurprising , he said .
    Mr Freeman said he believed in a Christian humanism which meant God was merely " the sum of human aspirations " rather than " a supernatural being intervening in man's affairs ".

    HUL:

    (1732)

    I'm a mutant, okay?
    L S E mutant lecturer gives lecture on mutations .
    Erm, it's kind of er you know, erm, it's a headline in the Sunday Sport or something.

    HCX: IBOA Newssheet

    (1733) u.p.. Sample containing about 7641 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    PREMIUM REDUCTIONS
    Accidental Damage Premium Reduction
    The premiums for standard cover and accidental damage have been reduced by 7 % in respect of buildings cover and 10 % in respect of contents cover for members in the Republic of Ireland.

    EUS: The architecture of digital computers

    (1734) Garside, R G, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1980) , 1-137. Sample containing about 40516 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    The implication has been that the PSW is one or two computer words long, since (except for the program counter) it consists of a number of short processor registers.
    However , in many modern computers , we begin to require numbers of special processor registers to control store mapping and protection , and other sophisticated facilities , with new privileged instructions to manipulate them .
    Rather than expand the PSW to hold such a set of miscellaneous registers, we can replace them by an array of control registers, just as we introduced an array of accumulators.

    CH9: The Minpins

    (1735) Dahl, Roald, Cape, London (1991) , 5-48. Sample containing about 7270 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Mine is Little Billy, " Little Billy said.
    " Greetings , Little Billy , Don Mini said .
    " You are welcome to look into some of the other rooms if you wish.

    CFP: [Adverts from Parents]

    (1736) u.p.. Sample containing about 7344 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    Itel people own 26 % of Itel Corporation.
    Want to learn more about our company of " slow buck artists who believe the way to build value is to buy and hold ?
    Contact Tim Croasdale, Vice President, Itel Corp., Two North Riverside laza, Chicago, IL 60606,-1515, FAX-1573.

    AYR: [Financial letters]

    (1737) u.p.. Sample containing about 9374 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    It's very good news.
    Because you are one of the lucky people picked to receive an invitation AND be issued with your unique Number 4850158 -- - you are already well on your way towards a CASH Win .
    All Winners will be notified within four weeks and must claim their prizes at the very latest by Friday 22nd June.

    CFJ: A tale of Anabelle Hedgehog

    (1738) Lawhead, Stephen, Lion Publishing plc, Oxford (1990) . Sample containing about 17414 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Before the dog could say more, there came a hissing from outside the wall.
    " Pssst !
    Pssst!

    AL5: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-17: News and features

    (1739) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 2523 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Dentists had no financial incentive to extract teeth, he said.
    The extraction fee was £9 but the filling fee could be " almost anything depending on the work needed .
    Mr Rich said many dentists were concerned that not enough money was being made available by the Government to implement the contract and he had approached Mrs Bottomley, Health Secretary, to arrange a meeting.

    G4F:

    (1740)

    Yes.
    If you start the twenty fourth of April
    Right.

    HWG: The transformation of medieval England

    (1741) Thomson, J A F, Longman, New York (1992) , 009-082. Sample containing about 39754 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    William Grindcob at St Albans and Geoffrey Litster in East Norfolk were local leaders as able and articulate as Tyler in Kent and London, and all seem to have had a capacity to maintain discipline.
    In Essex and Suffolk the rebels were sufficiently acquainted with the structure of local government to use the machinery of the hundreds for the purpose of mobilization (78 , p.217) .
    Some of the rebel leaders, notably Litster, may have appreciated their military weakness, because they attempted to involve members of the gentry in the revolt, and although they had little support of this nature, the very fact that they hoped to obtain it must argue against an interpretation of the revolt simply in class terms.

    J42:

    (1742)

    ... That's five
    Six .
    Six ... and moving it to the afternoon ... yes, it's er a nice question.

    FPF: The possession of Delia Sutherland

    (1743) Neil, B, Bloomsbury Publishing Ltd, London (1993) , 59-179. Sample containing about 43530 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    In the morning room she wound the French clock, the one with love birds entwined on the top of it.
    She tried and failed , as always , to synchronise its chimes with the hour .
    In the upstairs passage she opened the long case clock, knowing very well it was broken, that the weights had not descended for years and the hands remained at twenty to one.

    K5H: The Scotsman: Business section

    (1744) u.p.. Sample containing about 121751 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    However, he welcomed the introduction of an option of self-assessment for tax and the fact that a common accounting date would not be necessary.
    Accountants Touche Ross estimated that the increase in the price of diesel would add about £1 an acre to arable farming costs .
    Call for more " green " goals, less red tape

    CLT: Practical Fishkeeping

    (1745) EMAP Pursuit Publishing Ltd, Peterborough, Cambs (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 43251 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    One step to go before the final great switch on of your tank.
    But how to get that new set-up looking right ?
    This month IAN LUCAS joins Editor STEVE WINDSOR to discuss your options.

    CEJ: The synoptic gospels: an interpretation for today

    (1746) Cooper, Robin, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1990) , 1-120. Sample containing about 40880 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    It has been suggested that the story was originally a parable aimed at the Pharisees, which is, in Mark, out of context.
    (This is how the story is recorded in Luke 13 : 6 -- 9 , where the fig tree stood for the self-righteous people , *so_much (such,1.000) * as the Pharisees , who made a great show of their religion but produced few results .
    They are condemned.

    KC0:

    (1747)

    Well he said, living in a nice place like this.
    You call it luck ?
    I said, when I earned a pound I spent nineteen and sixpence, not a guinea like some of you!

    A92: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-08: Applied Science pages

    (1748) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 6719 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    No confusion was found when they tested them against 200 different isolates of the same, but genetically unmodified, bacterium taken from lake water.
    This research , to enable identification of a released GEM -- - and its whereabouts -- - is essential because of the risks involved in *passing (letting,0.907) * GEMs out of the laboratory .
    There are concerns that, once released, GEMs might exhibit some previously unknown pathogenicity, might take over from some naturally occurring bacteria or pass on some perhaps unwanted trait to indigenous bacteria.

    HNS: The kiosk on the brink

    (1749) McKendrick, Jamie, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) , 11-52. Sample containing about 5346 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    from nowhere, like a boat in the port.
    Incendi dolosi .
    A bronze light worries

    B7J: New Scientist

    (1750) IPC Magazines Ltd, London (1991-02-16) . Sample containing about 49050 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    In mid-March the Home Office was all set to go ahead with a White Paper based on last year's policy report on cabling by Lord Hunt.
    This report said that there should be no pay-TV programmes .
    The draft White Paper also limited the number of cheap imported entertainment programmes.

    GW4: Sociology of postmodernism

    (1751) Lash, Scott, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1990) , 151-265. Sample containing about 42289 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Analysts such as Anderson (1984) , Frisby (1985) and Callinicos (1985) have thus aggressively disputed Lyotard's famous pronouncement that the contemporary scepticism before " metanarratives " has been midwife to the birth of the postmodern condition.
    *So_much (Such,1.000) * analysts point out *so_much (such,1.000) * a refusal of the " great narratives and the foundationalisms took place , not in the past decade or two , but were integral to the very rise of modernism itself .
    Thus Baudelaire, arguably the godfather of aesthetic modernism, broke with the foundationalist assumptions of realism to celebrate the transitory, the fleeting, the contingent.

    ADR: Kylie Minogue: the superstar next door

    (1752) Stone, Sasha, Omnibus Press, London (1989) , 4-96. Sample containing about 38811 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    According to David, the couple were soon courting.
    In an interview he recalled that Kylie was great fun to be with but she was not keen on spending too much time at parties or discos .
    Like any other young couple they teamed up for outings to the beach, for barbecues with friends, or visits to the cinema.

    JJF: Bradford Metropolitan Council: debate

    (1753) Sample containing about 3960 words speech recorded in public context

    We find three trips, all of a rather dubious nature, to attend what are officially described as Conferences on European co-operation.
    One to Prague in Czechoslovakia , a second to Florence in Italy and a third to Olympus in Greece , all at a total cost of five thousand to local tax *remunerators (payers,1.000) * .
    But why, and the people of this district have a legitimate right to ask, why did it take three people to represent in Czechoslovakia?

    HBK: [Scottish Nuclear: miscellaneous documents]

    (1754) Scottish Nuclear, Scotland. Sample containing about 22335 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: natural sciences)

    Stations not meeting their targets (and there were some) got nothing whatsoever, and neither did NE head office staff where the schemes do not apply, Scottish nuclear is committed to introducing a performance related pay or performance bonus Company-wide but the scheme must operate on a self-financing basis.
    No one should run away with the idea bonuses will be easily obtained ... bonuses can openly be paid where the Company , through the efforts of its staff , achieves greater profitability than its target , by increasing output and reducing costs .
    The cost basis of the company will have to be genuinely reduced for any bonus to be paid.

    B13: Edenderry Memorial Methodist Church

    (1755) u.p. (n.d.) , 1-61. Sample containing about 20720 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs)

    This box contains the following: 1 set of Coronation coins and a 5-shilling piece; the Conference handbook for 1953; the " Irish Christian Advocate " Conference number 19 June 1953; the " Belfast Newsletter " for 15 June; the " Northern Whig " for 15 June 1953; the " Portadown News " and the " Portadown Times " for 19 June 1953; Circuit preaching plans April 1953 to March 1954; the Order of Service for the Foundation Stone Laying; a list of the Trustees with their signatures; Circuit reports for June 1951 and 1952; the Circuit Year Book for 1952 and the architect's plans for the new church and proposed possible enlargements.
    On Saturday 4 September 1954 the completed church was opened .
    A congregation of 600 met (assembled both in the church and the Memorial hall) .

    K37: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Arts section

    (1756) u.p.. Sample containing about 8531 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    STRAND, LONDON
    Review by Tony Austin
    Leonardo show a might-have-been despite fertile Lisa

    HM6:

    (1757)

    I'm trying
    Mm .
    to help Pearson

    HTS: Other people's blood

    (1758) Kippax, Frank, Fontana Press, London (1993) , 9-146. Sample containing about 43788 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Rory, " she said.
    Her voice was low .
    " You 'd not betray me, would you?

    K2J: Belfast Telegraph: Religious affairs stories

    (1759) u.p.. Sample containing about 422 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    Bishop Farquhar said that it was a matter of history which part of that circle happened to be passing by as it cut through the life of the Edwards family.
    " We must all pray and work at replacing this *round (circular,0.875) * *chain_saw (chainsaw,1.000) * of hatred with a revolving circle that will reflect the light of Christ upon this bloodied city , he said .
    " Bitterness "

    HWN: The book of ultimate truths

    (1760) Rankin, Robert, Doubleday, London (1993) , 13-142. Sample containing about 41871 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    The Campbell straightened his tam.
    " Everyone knows that .
    It's a tradition or an old charter or something. "

    K4T: Northern Echo: Leisure pages

    (1761) u.p.. Sample containing about 211901 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    If we lose, we have no chance. "
    Tickets for the FA Cup replay with Portsmouth will go on sale to season ticket holders , and the *admass (public,0.887) * , from Thursday .
    A club spokesman has responded to criticism that some season ticket holders will not get their usual seats for the Rumbelows League Cup semi-final first leg against Manchester United.

    HSY: CompuAdd

    (1762) CompuAdd. The catalogue. Sample containing about 2915 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    Can you think of any better reasons to buy direct from CompuAdd?
    During the first year, if you encounter a problem with your CompuAdd 200, 300, or 400 Series desktop or deskside system *that (which) * can't be resolved by our Telephone Technical Support Staff, we provide On-Site Service in most parts of the country within the next business day.

    The CompuAdd Undertaking

    CNR: Computergram international

    (1763) u.p.. Sample containing about 6756 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    One day after the announcement from Comparex Informationssysteme GmbH, Hitachi Data Systems Ltd has announced that it too will be selling Hitachi Ltd's new mainframes: the main difference between the Hitachi Data Systems machines and those reported yesterday (CI No 2, 128) is the name – HDS will fit them into its existing GX line of mainframes.
    BORLAND TO DEVELOP INTERBASE AS A NLM
    Borland International Inc is to develop the InterBase relational database server as a NetWare Loadable Module for NetWare 4.0: it will offer a fully multi-threaded SQL relational database server that takes advantage of NetWare 4.0's features including the direct file system input-output services, memory protection options, memory management services, and the file and module compression feature.

    B2C: Owls, caves and fossils

    (1764) Andrews, Peter, Natural History Museum Publications, London (1990) , 1-89. Sample containing about 39494 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    Burial and fossilization changes are often so extensive as to obscure the primary modifications which must be identified in order to understand the mechanisms of accumulation of the bones.
    Some of the types of modification that are most useful in distinguishing prey assemblages of living predators are obscured by these later modifications , and consequently some of these potentially useful modification categories have been omitted from consideration .
    The following sections describe a series of recent small mammal assemblages accumulated by known predators under known conditions.

    A68: Michael Ramsey: a life

    (1765) Chadwick, Owen, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1991) . Sample containing about 49237 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    But his father was tolerant, and said nothing to stop him.
    Ramsey could feel that his resolve had a sufficient *informed_consent (consent,1.000) * from his parents .
    The worst difficulty came with his brother Frank, whom Ramsey thought to be the cleverest person he knew.

    EVY: Manpower solutions

    (1766) Dean, Derek J, Scutari Projects Ltd, UK (1987) , 1-60. Sample containing about 16936 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    Additionally the listeners will be far better entertained and have a clearer picture of the subject under discussion.
    Opportunity for advertising also presents itself on receipt of a written enquiry about a job .
    Nothing is more off-putting to a prospective employee than a delay in reply.

    G12: Towards the end of the morning

    (1767) Frayn, Michael, Penguin Group, London (1969) , 62-193. Sample containing about 40845 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    He glanced in the mirror as he passed it and straightened his glasses.
    " What did Bob think ? he asked .
    " Did he think I was all right? "

    HAL: Scotch whisky

    (1768) u.p.. Sample containing about 1676 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    Pour the ingredients into the glass and top with lemonade.
    Whisky Sour
    1 ½ oz of Scotch

    H10: Social anthropology

    (1769) Leach, Edmund, Fontana Press, London (1986) , 55-203. Sample containing about 45114 words from a book (domain: social science)

    This all-embracing assumption is most improbable but it is justifiable since it never lets us down.
    When we investigate experimentally the stuff of the world it never tells lies , it never changes the rules in the course of play .
    If we shoot a rocket to the moon and bring it back ten days later we can calculate before the start, within a matter of seconds and a few hundred yards, just how long it will take and where it will land, provided always that in the course of the proceedings there is no human error.

    K1L: [Central television news scripts]

    (1770) u.p.. Sample containing about 42655 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure)

    The players aren't expecting to become chart-topping superstars overnight, but their manager ... who once had a hit himself ... thinks the song will be good for team spirit.
    Video-Taped report follows
    ROBIN POWELL Swindon

    F8S:

    (1771)

    Okay.
    So , that's , that's the first example of a very common condition .
    ... Let's move on now to consider a very important ... type of infection ... such as meningitis.

    HB8: The history of Wedgwood

    (1772) u.p.. Sample containing about 1256 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: arts)

    The strength of Wedgwood's marketing operations today is very much centred upon the breadth of its wares – in style, type and price range – varying from the luxurious in fine bone china tableware to the inexpensive in earthenware and oven-to-tableware.
    Wedgwood firmly believes that its wide choice of *product (merchandise,0.999) * gives the right marketing mix and enables the Group to provide products that appeal to a broad section of the world *admass (public,0.887) * .
    Today, Wedgwood – a division of Waterford Wedgwood plc following the merger in November 1986 – comprises many famous names whose products have been prominent in home and export markets for many years and has gained eleven Queen's Awards to industry for export achievement.

    AP6: Monster Raving Loony Party's draft manifesto for General Election 1992

    (1773) u.p.. Sample containing about 1919 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    We have some good news for Norbert Stiles O.B.E. since he will keep it tight at the back for our key diplomatic posting.
    The bad news is that the posting to Estudiantes de la Plata .
    3.

    CN3: Whirlpool

    (1774) Forbes, Colin, Pan Books Ltd, London (1991) , 1-120. Sample containing about 43586 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    But who they are we don't know.
    Goddamnit , *Harris_tweed (Tweed,0.875) * , we don't know a bloody thing !
    " Then we 'd better start to find out exactly what he is upto.

    B2H: The palace centurions

    (1775) Sands, Nigel, Barracuda Books Ltd, Buckingham (1991) , 11-115. Sample containing about 33917 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    " Jimmy " (his real name was William Charles) Wilde was a Palace first-team regular for eight full seasons from 1928-29 and club captain for six of them.
    Tall , *slender (slim,0.882) * , elegant , and totally dominating at centre-half ; Jimmy joined the Palace on 2 October 1928 and for his debut was plunged into the testing FA Cup-tie against the Southern League (Eastern Section) Champions , Kettering Town whose centre-forward had already gained quite a reputation -- - one Peter Simpson , no less !
    But Jimmy played Peter in immaculate style; the Palace went through 2-0 and Jimmy had earmarked that centre-half spot for his own.

    JJV:

    (1776)

    My Lord you spell it.
    Good .
    Take the book in your hand and repeat after the.

    AL9: Rural development in Lewis and Harris

    (1777) Abercrombie, Keith, The Arkleton Trust, Langholm, Dumfriesshire (1981) , 3-21. Sample containing about 7145 words of miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    This is hardly likely to be repeated in the developing countries.
    But they could probably learn something from the occupational pluralism practised by crofters as an adaption to living on agricultural holdings too small to be economically viable .
    It will be apparent that we were fascinated by the phenomenon of crofting, as we presume most other newcomers to it must be.

    A6C: Seeing in the dark

    (1778) Breakwell, Ian , Hammond, Paul (eds.) , Serpent's Tail, London (1990) . Sample containing about 33415 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    YMIR AT THE COLISEUM
    The Coliseum in Green Lanes , North London , was originally a Victorian music hall .
    Refitted as a cinema in the early years of this century it subsequently became a bingo hall and finally a flood-damaged carpet warehouse.

    FDV: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (1779) u.p.. Sample containing about 22191 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    The trial judge and the Lord Chief Justice express their views as to the proper period to be served by the prisoner for the purposes of retribution and deterrence voluntarily, in accordancewith the agreement made by the Lord Chief Justice with the Home Secretary.
    They are not the statutory consultations required by section 61 (1) of the Criminal Justice Act 1967 , but are added to that consultation at an earlier stage .
    From the Parliamentary answers to which I have referred, and from the other evidence before us in these appeals, it is clear that the procedure now followed can be summarised as follows.

    B0J: Cambridge

    (1780) Graham-Cameron, Graham (ed.) Herbert, Helen, Godley & Company Publishers, Cambridge (1988) , 6-28. A painter's view. Sample containing about 1538 words from a book (domain: arts)

    Consider for a moment the bustle of the scene a hundred years ago, with horse-drawn barges and occasional steam tugs nearing the end of their journeys or perhaps setting out on the return trip towards the sea.
    King's Parade
    King's Parade offers a remarkable contrast between the Senate House, the Old Schools and King's College to the west, whilst to the east is a splendid miscellany of houses, the lower floors of which are now almost all shops, many catering mainly for visitors.

    HPA: BNFL News

    (1781) British Nuclear Fuels plc, Manchester (1992 March - May) . Sample containing about 10705 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    " Most of the work in those days was by ladder and we used a bosun's chair for the high buildings – something definitely banned today. "
    Lewis , who served his apprenticeship in Scotland before heading south to Sellafield , worked as a chargehand before becoming a foreman incharge of a team of 20 painters .
    He lives in Whitehaven with his wife, Hilda, and his plans for retirement include helping out at the local United Reformed Church where he is an elder. "

    AR3: The remains of the day

    (1782) Ishiguro, Kazuo, Faber & Faber Ltd, London (1989) , 1-110. Sample containing about 36433 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Delightful. "
    " I'm so grateful you didn't run over our Nellie , sir .
    Three years ago a tortoise of ours got killed like that and on justabout this very spot.

    CGX: Machine Knitting Monthly

    (1783) Machine Knitting Monthly Ltd, Maidenhead (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 30494 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Tour thick skin needs to be in good working order when someone tells you they could get a jumper cheaper than yours at the " Cheap Jack " shop in town.
    You will also need to keep your retort to yourself -- - even if the person deserves a sharp wood .
    Folks do chat and someone like this will inevitably go round telling everyone you were rude to them!

    HKP: Keesings Contemporary Archives

    (1784) Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1990) . Sample containing about 81733 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    The move followed a decision by the Australian company CRA Ltd, the owner of 56.3 per cent of BLC's shares, to maintain the mine on a " care and maintenance " basis only from the end of 1989.
    The mine had been forced to cease production in May 1989 [ see p. 36657 ] as a result of an escalating campaign of *force (violence,0.821) * and *bombing (sabotage,1.000) * waged by the Bougainville Revolutionary Army (BRA) .
    Since the BEA's attacks began in 1988, more than 40 people had been killed.

    CGN: Hair Flair

    (1785) Shaws Publications Ltd, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 9515 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    These products
    Contain filters *that (which) * are easily absorbed and firm up the hair shaft.

    Coat each hair with a fine translucent film which smooths down the rough surface & seals the hair to prevent moisture loss.

    EFD: Is West Belfast working?

    (1786) West Belfast Economic Forum, Belfast (1990) . Sample containing about 32867 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    Conference under which they will carry out the work which conference participants resolved that they should.
    The founding groups are listed below .
    The Forum would like to take this opportunity to thank those who provided financial support for the conference: The Andersonstown News, the National Union of Public Employees, Tim Davis of the Northern Ireland Voluntary Trust and David Bass of Milltown Action Team whose help has also made possible the publication of this report.

    G3L: Introduction to British politics

    (1787) Dearlove, John and Saunders, Peter, Polity Press, Cambridge (1988) , 12-109. Sample containing about 45501 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    From this perspective democratic politics, and the two-party system inparticular, was the problem and the cause of our economic ills.
    Nowadays , most political scientists nolonger praise the responsibility of our party system but instead talk of , and condemn , our system of " adversary politics , where an " electoral auction is said to lead to an irresponsible " elective *police_state (dictatorship,1.000) * , which then manages the economy in *so_much (such,1.000) * a way as to create an injurious political-business cycle that hinders our long-term economic growth .
    So, at one and the same time, we have been provided with a new characterisation of the British party system that challenges the cogency of the responsible party government model, and we have also been provided with an explanation for economic policy-making and for the decline of Britain's economy.

    FCV: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (1788) u.p.. Sample containing about 3774 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    " Employment " is defined as " That on which (one) is employed; business; occupation; a commission. "
    It seems to us that it is a perfectly proper use of ordinary language and as *so_much (such,1.000) * to be readily understood by ordinary literate men and women to say of a person in this appellant's position that his services as an *controller (accountant,0.833) * were employed by his customers , and that this state of affairs is properly to be described by the word " employment .
    As such the facts in this case fall within the ambit of section 16 (2) .

    ANX: New Scientist

    (1789) IPC Magazines Ltd, London (1991-02-16) . Sample containing about 54457 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Dan Charles, Washington DC
    A RECORD-BREAKING heat wave set the tone for negotiations on global warming in Washington this week .
    While the US, as the host to the conference, is making much of its " action plan " to limit emissions of gases that trap heat in the Earth's atmosphere, critics in Congress and from Europe have labelled it an " inaction plan ".

    HRE: Oil on troubled waters -- Gulf wars

    (1790) Creighton, John, Echoes, London (1992) , 5-117. Sample containing about 40750 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Option (b) could have taken the following forms: (i) an attack on the forces/territory of those seeking to obstruct free navigation; (ii) escort activity to defend merchant shipping seeking to exercise the right to free navigation; and (iii) clearing wreckage or mines endangering free passage through Gulf waterways like the Strait of Hormuz.
    Of these , (i) was on the face of it within the *range (scope,0.801) * of the US Navy task force deployed in the Indian Ocean and led by an aircraft carrier .
    In practice, the only action undertaken was a combination, in conjunctionwith European navies, of (ii) and (iii) in 1987.

    KNE:

    (1791)

    ... Nineteen squared's three hundred and ninety ninety one I think.
    Mm .
    Three hundred and sixty one.

    B7G: New Scientist

    (1792) IPC Magazines Ltd, London (1991-02-16) . Sample containing about 53321 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Plutonium exports
    Since 1971 , 1280 *key (kg,1.000) * of *plutonium_239 (plutonium,1.000) * produced in the UK has been exported for civil purposes principally to Belgium , France , the Federal Republic of Germany , Switzerland , Japan and the United States .
    BNFL has reprocessed 1-930 kg of material or overseas customers in this list plus Italy and Canada.

    CB8: She

    (1793) The National Magazine Company Ltd, London (1989-10, 1992-05, 199) . Sample containing about 57982 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    " Although the loss is temporary, I've noticed that women who have had many pregnancies seem to wind up with thinner hair, " says Kingsley.
    Coming off the Pill can have the same effect .
    Protracted illness can force hair into telogen en masse, and stress can also cause temporary shedding.

    CJG: The visually handicapped child in your classroom

    (1794) Chapman, Elizabeth K and Stone, Juliet M, Cassell, London (1989) , vi-74. Sample containing about 35878 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Equally important are other children in the neighbourhood and at school, as wellas people with whom the child comes into casual or closer contact.
    We also need to consider the *wider and local community* and its various institutions – not least, the powerful influence of television, which for some children represents more hours of information intake than is provided by teachers during eleven years of compulsory education.

    The ecological model thus describes a gradually widening series of concentric circles, each of which provides a powerful series of influences and possibilities for interaction – and therefore learning.

    HKH: Bidwells -- Trustees of the Hinxton Estate

    (1795) Bidwells. Sample containing about 138 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    chartered surveyors Dear Sirs, Trustees of The Hinxton Estate Land adjoining 1 High Street, Hinxton
    We refer to the Appeal submitted under the above reference against the Planning Refusal by South Cambridgeshire District Council for a single *home (dwelling,0.989) * .
    We have received copies of the letters of objection and petition sent to you by local residents.

    A3R: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-09: Arts section

    (1796) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 4038 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    When a head whips round to complete a phrase, it is also a man seeking out his lover; when two dancers incline their faces together, it is in playful talk.
    The one *fault (flaw,0.940) * is Page's *enduring (abiding,0.929) * fondness for clever-clever partner work -- - his determination to find new means of supporting bodies , new ingenuities in the way the dancers intersect .
    Certain duets thus feel like tortuous workshop explorations, with manoeuvres hard to do and awkward to watch, and it is these moments where Page seems to come adrift from the music.

    BMF: Canoeist

    (1797) S T & R J Fisher, Appleford, Oxon (1991-10, 1992-04) , 3-56. Sample containing about 30801 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    New W Midlands centre
    Scott Bader are to close their Stratford Road premises in Birmingham and replace it with a new *center (centre,0.900) * backing onto the Merryhill Estate in Brierley Hill .
    In charge will be Mark Potter who made a hash of Cowley Steps during the Exe Descent but is likely to be more efficient when he gets going on the inevitable canoeing aspects of the centre.

    CGA: Electronic publishing

    (1798) John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Chichester (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 11725 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Graphical and frame representation are given side-by-side to show the frame representation
    Models of the domain
    In the top-down approach to indexing, the semantic net is first elaborated and then the paragraphs are indexed.

    B0U: A crowd is not company

    (1799) Kee, Robert, Sphere Books Ltd, London (1991) , 22-121. Sample containing about 41954 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Ryan was jumping to and fro between the room from which the ladder was to be launched and the corridor.
    " O.K Wing Commander ! he yelled up the passage .
    I watched Sawyer disappear into the night lavatory.

    H4G:

    (1800)

    Ah.
    take it as it comes .
    ... that ....

    EB3: Wisden Cricket Monthly

    (1801) Wisden Cricket Magazines, Surrey (1992-19-19) , 2-55. Sample containing about 38163 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF YOUNG CRICKETERS 1992 YEARBOOK ed.
    John Steer (from 76pp ; £2 + 50p p & p) -- -
    Doings of the worthy junior organisation: Surrey topping the 35-Counties competition, Graham West of Lincs scoring 200no, but NAYC struggling somewhat against Young Australia at Sleaford in May " 91.

    FM9:

    (1802)

    Shh shh shh.
    And we've watched the video before , yes , and we keep learning and we keep coming to tell you don't we ?
    Because ... it keeps happening, boys and girls in their summer holiday keep ... getting taken away by people they don't know and nasty things done to them.

    FY3:

    (1803)

    The conditions were about the same, the ... people were very, very nice.
    And er this erm tt As I say this old man , he he he 'd didn't like coming in too soon in the morning , and er ... I could see he was finding it a bit difficult to find both our wages out of his money , although I got there to time and worked .
    And er when the winter came, it was the same old story, everyone was short of work again.

    CAH: New Statesman and Society

    (1804) Foundation House, London (1992-04-10/1992-05-15) . Sample containing about 46719 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    The mind of the masters What does racism mean to people who profit from it?
    Toni Morrison , whose new novel Jazz is published next week , looks for clues among the classics of white American *sanskrit_literature (literature,0.807) *
    A good deal of time and intelligence has been invested in the exposure of racism and the horrific results on its objects.

    KB3:

    (1805)

    What you going to do?
    Just a short while Bobby read for twenty minutes or something .
    Got ta go to bed.

    A4U: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-12: Editorials

    (1806) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 8534 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Ghost: I know.
    Learn , then , that on the stage The worst thing's not to be the newest Larry But to hear behind your back Tom , Dick or Harry Being greeted by the critics with " Hosanna !
    Here comes the man to oust old Kenneth Branagh! "

    FD1: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (1807) u.p.. Sample containing about 19129 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    By section 114 of the Act, the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry is empowered to transfer many of his functions under the Act of 1986 to a body corporate which is able and willing to discharge those functions.
    In the exercise of that power , the Secretary of State has transferred many *so_much (such,1.000) * functions to Securities and Investments Board Ltd .
    (" S.I.B. ") .

    KA7: Medau News

    (1808) The Medau Society, UK (1980-88) . Sample containing about 3682 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    The staff and students are quickly getting to know each other and are shaping up into a hardworking and enthusiastic team.
    Chance to perform at the ALBERT HALL
    An audition will be held on 7th April 10.30 – 4.30 at Aylwin School, Southward Park Road, London SE16, to select a display team to represent the Society at the Festival of Movement and Dance being given to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Central Council of Physical Recreation.

    J7J: Language and Literature Volume 1 No

    (1809) Culpeper, Jonathan, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1992) , 141-143. 2 1992. Sample containing about 1346 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Having consumed two lengthy paragraphs of structural information, the reader is assured, " All this provides useful information which we need to keep in mind as we move towards a more linguistic analysis of the poem ".
    In good *religion (faith,0.856) * , mind bulging with information , the reader staggers on .
    By the end of the chapter the reader is smothered with linguistic information, most of which seems to be there merely as evidence for the poem's tone, be it " proverbial " or one of " intimacy ".

    ADL: Lives, lies and the Iran-Contra affair

    (1810) Wroe, Ann, I B Tauris & Company Ltd, London (1991) . Sample containing about 39749 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    I do not think we could justify turning our backs. "
    There were certainly imponderables , however , and Shultz had a shrewd solution for those : " Given the nature of this matter , I am inclined to think it should be managed by you personally .
    Yet it was not simply a matter of proposing; the policy was soon enough carried out.

    CJ3: The survival factor

    (1811) Birkhead, Mike and Birkhead, Tim, Boxtree, London (1989) , 17-127. Sample containing about 38801 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    He sniffs and licks their genital areas and then curls back his upper lip in a characteristic facial gesture, known as flehmen.
    The purpose of this lip curl is to lodge the scent or taste of the female's urine in a particularly sensitive part of his nasal cavity , the Jacobson's organ , sothat he can assess the female's reproductive condition .
    If the female is " on heat " – in oestrus – she will accept the male and mating takes place.

    CSN: Unigram x

    (1812) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 8211 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Sesha Pratap, who held those offices, will continue as chairman.
    Univel Inc began delivering UnixWare in volume last week and endorsements are flowing in .
    Vmark Software Inc is to port its uniVerse application development environment to the Novell Inc NetWare-ready Unix implementation.

    B2E: Oh! sister I saw the bells go down

    (1813) Saunders-Veness, Frances, The Book Guild Ltd, Lewes, East Sussex (1989) , 7-73. Sample containing about 26166 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    He was right, a fire watcher came in saying that there was a stick of small unexploded bombs right down the Palace Road but that the junction of Munster and Dawes Road had had a hundred pounder and houses had gone.
    " We've got to go we said .
    So four of us took our stirrup pumps and torches and picked our way through what was a minefield.

    AB9: Death of a partner

    (1814) Neel, Janet, Constable & Company Ltd, London (1991) . Sample containing about 42247 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    I was sorry for Jennifer but they had only been going out for a month or so, and not terribly seriously.
    And in any case , you can't do anything about these attractions , can you ?
    McLeish agreed with her promptly and she raised half a smile for him.

    HP0: The rich are with you always

    (1815) Macdonald, Malcolm, Coronet Books, London (1978) , 187-304. Sample containing about 46926 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Nora laughed.
    " I agree .
    Entirely.

    B16: Exploring data

    (1816) Marsh, Catherine, Polity Press, Cambridge (1988) , 143-260. Sample containing about 38183 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    The latter measures are much more difficult to obtain, and relationships between them are the subject of this chapter.
    In order to allocate funding for the different categories of health care , RAWP had to produce *indo-aryans (indicators,1.000) * of relative need in the different *parts (regions,0.899) * of England and Wales .
    We shall examine how they arrived at an indicator of relative need for non-psychiatric hospital in-patient services (which accounts for over half of the total NHS budget) .

    GUB: Curtains and blinds

    (1817) Kittier, Eileen, Ward Lock Ltd, London (1990) , 6-70. Sample containing about 22691 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    In a small room, however, this could make the room appear even smaller.
    It is a question of whether the size of the room can take the increased proportions .
    CHOOSING A STYLE FOR YOUR WINDOW

    G1K: Red bride

    (1818) Fowler, C, Warner Books, London (1993) , 183-340. Sample containing about 41226 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    We 'll behave like civilised people. "
    " Civilised people , she agreed .
    " Name your hour. "

    AR4: Roman art

    (1819) Walker, Susan, British Museum Press, London (1991) , 4-37. Sample containing about 12575 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Even in late antiquity the wearing of the toga remained a privilege indicative of age, sex and social rank.
    Boys wore the toga praetexta , with a purple band around the hem .
    On attaining manhood this was formally exchanged for the toga virilis or pura, a white garment.

    AKE: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-13: Leisure pages

    (1820) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 36253 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    It began with a three at the 10th, where he hit a four-iron to 20ft and holed the putt.
    But the fireworks were reserved for the last six holes , each of which he birdied .
    All nine of the European professionals in the field had made the cut and the biggest disappointment was Severiano Ballesteros, who, for the first time in his 16 appearances in the Masters, involving 60 rounds, failed to break 80.

    HB1: The story of Atomic Energy Authority Technology from national mission to international

    (1821) u.p.. Sample containing about 3654 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    This last, where a new corporate identity has been developed and recently launched, is particularly important in international markets.
    AEA believes , therefore , that there is much to be gained from the coherence of its business units and that an important part of its task is to maintain and develop *so_much (such,1.000) * coherence in the future .
    Looking to the future

    CJF: A taste for death

    (1822) James, P D, Penguin Group, London (1989) , 3-115. Sample containing about 39848 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Just tell it how it was.
    A *begum (lady,0.873) * from your *flock (congregation,0.915) * and a boy found the bodies and the boy fetched you .
    Better not give any names unless you have to.

    HPE: WISE: Women into Science & Engineering

    (1823) u.p.. Sample containing about 3387 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    Obviously I am always interested in finding out how schoolchildren are preparing for careers in engineering.
    I visited a school in the North West recently and the school told me that they had a considerable number of girls applying to university to read *technology (engineering,0.891) * about two years ago .
    Since then, numbers had dropped markedly and they conducted some research to find out how this had happened.

    KD6:

    (1824)

    no, no
    that's what I mean
    no, but breast implants is cosmetic, people are doing it to make themselves larger and I don't think, its not necessary is it?, its not necessary, it don't improve their

    JT3:

    (1825)

    Right ... aren't you.
    Okay , so the premiums remain level , but the cover potentially will go up on each anniversary whilst I'm off sick , subjectto the rate of inflation , subjectto the maximum overall of ten percent .
    Does that mean, the maximum of ten per cent, you wouldn't ever get more than the eleven hundred, or ...

    CL3: Cara's land

    (1826) Rhodes, Elvi, Corgi Books, London (1992) , 9-115. Sample containing about 35077 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Also, early on, she developed a tendency to chest infections.
    Years of treatment and massage and hospital visits , of her leg in an iron and her feet in special boots , had improved things to the extent that now only the boots , and a limp , remained .
    Her chest infections were long outgrown.

    KSR:

    (1827)

    there's nothing to stop them putting
    No , you still have
    No course there isn't

    ARE: Scuba world

    (1828) Freestyle Publications Ltd, Poole (1991-10) . Sample containing about 18455 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Since the project started, many pieces of DC9 wreckage have been discovered.
    The flight recorder itself was positively identified on 13 July , partially buried on the seabed , and was successfully lifted onto the deck of the support vessel , Valiant Service , five days later .
    The recorder is being transported inside a specially fabricated container to the Air Accident Investigation branch of the Department of Transport at Farnborough, where the data it contains will be processed.

    A2B: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-04: Listings section

    (1829) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 2064 words from a periodical (domain: arts

    REGIONAL THEATRE / West of the West End: Paul Arnott tracks Shadowlands from Plymouth to London
    By PAUL ARNOTT
    As Elijah Moshinsky looked out from the roof-top coffee shop of the plush hotel overlooking Plymouth Hoe – in which he is ensconced during rehearsals of Shadowlands – he confessed that this was the first time he had been to Plymouth in his life.

    FD6: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (1830) u.p.. Sample containing about 4244 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    The barrister reacted to a situation created by the judge; he felt that he must try to convey at once to the jury that his client was not being obstructive or reticent about disclosing a statement.
    If the judge had thought that he could not deal with the matter himself it was also of course open to him to report the barrister to the General Council of the Bar .
    Although if he had done so we doubt whether that committee would have thought it necessary to take any proceedings against the barrister.

    B14: The elements of nursing

    (1831) Tierney, Alison J, Logan, Winifred W and Roper, Nancy, Churchill Livingstone, Harlow (1990) , 67-116. Sample containing about 39804 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    social class (e.g. risk of accident)
    social unrest and *force (violence,0.821) *
    Environmental

    A6Y: Sport and the British

    (1832) Holt, Richard, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1989) . Sample containing about 30750 words from a book (domain: social science)

    It was not enough to be the best in the world at your chosen sport, as Joe Davis found to his cost.
    Golf and tennis had an exclusive image (good for selling cars) but snooker, the most popular indoor sport, had a seedy side *that (which) * discouraged advertisers.

    The new world snooker champion was aware of the commercial potential of his title, but was unable to persuade companies to comply with his desire to endorse their products.

    G0M: The holy thief

    (1833) Peters, Ellis, Headline Book Publishing plc, London (1993) . Sample containing about 41583 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " You do right, at least, in confession, " said Radulfus mildly.
    " As you yourself informed us last night , and the lord sheriff has since confirmed , to our endless regret , and surely to yours , the young man you so beguiled is now dead , here within our walls , and shall be at our charge for the rites due to him .
    It would have been better, would it not, if you had spoken earlier, and spared him the journey that was his death? "

    J1W: Scotch and tax

    (1834) The Scotch whisky association, Scotland, Edinburgh (1992) , 1-13. Sample containing about 3394 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    1.2
    In previous submissions , The Scotch Whisky Association has demonstrated that there is no objective evidence that this discriminatory tax *government (regime,0.851) * is necessary for tax revenue , health or equity reasons .
    The Chancellor has indicated that he taxes categories of alcoholic drinks, and that he treats them differently because he wishes to retain " flexibility ".

    EF0: Theology and feminism

    (1835) Hampson, D, Blackwell, Oxford (1992) , 7-96. Sample containing about 38532 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    We are to read the stories of women as though they were our stories, empathizing with them in their suffering and standing with them in their courage in the face of patriarchy.
    I shall discuss the work of Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza and of Phyllis Trible .
    What I shall want to argue is that their position is caught up in a circular argument: the only reason one could have for wanting to stand in this kind of relationship to biblical women is that one is Christian, but these writers never tackle the prior question as to whether feminism is in fact compatible with Christianity, such that one should want to stand in relationship to biblical women.

    HXF: The effective teaching of history

    (1836) Brooks, Ron, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1993) , 1-156. Sample containing about 45620 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Two sources offering different accounts of the same issue or event, provide the history teacher with another very useful device.
    Sometimes this approach will be useful to highlight different viewpoints and attitudes to a particular event .
    Often this can lead on to valuable work on the subject of bias in documents.

    ADY: Longshot

    (1837) Francis, Dick, Michael Joseph Ltd, London (1990) . Sample containing about 39361 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    He nodded, beaming and satisfied, saying, " We 'll apply for our permit next week. "
    We all loaded into the Volvo and went down to Shellerton Manor where everyone trooped in to see Harry .
    Tired but cheerful he held court from his chair and accepted Mackie's heartfelt kiss with appreciative good humour.

    CM4: Inquisitor

    (1838) Watson, Ian, Boxtree, London (1993) , 7-159. Sample containing about 41798 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    We are taught to block pain.
    But to resist ecstasy : who would have thought of *so_much (such,1.000) * a thing ?
    " He laughs and stops his probing of my pleasure centre.

    AN4: Mary Leapor: a study in eighteenth-century women's poetry

    (1839) Greene, Richard, Clarendon Press, Oxford (1993) . Sample containing about 54670 words from a book (domain: arts)

    Last Night I heard ...
    I heard with wounded Ears ,
    Your cruel Father (never so till then)

    HYL:

    (1840)

    Like we can produce, we can reduce the unit cost of car production dramatically by increasing the ... increasing the size of the plant, alright, and so evenif, this is one reason why we don't, why ... street trade has risen dramatically in manufactures, it's because in manufactures there are powerful erm, economies of scale effects, alright.
    And so even if we could produce Mercedes Benz over here alright , we probably wouldn't alright , unless all Mercedes Benz production were specialized over here , production has become a lot more specialized in manufacturing , where you just have *big (large,0.991) * plants producing erm , the entire world production of that particular erm , product .
    So, you know, all erm, Toyota Corollas or something are produced in Derby and those cars made in Derby will not only satiate the U K demand, but they 'll also be exported to all other countries in the world, including Japan itself.

    BMU: The distance enchanted

    (1841) Gervaise, Mary, John Goodchild Publishers, Wendover, Bucks (1983) , 1-109. Sample containing about 40592 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    But let's have one day we can look back upon in the lean years to come. "
    " Lean years ...
    Susan shuddered.

    FE3: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (1842) u.p.. Sample containing about 13101 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    He held, at p. 719, that the visitor did have jurisdiction and that " having that power, the justice thereof is not examinable in a court of law, upon any action concerning the[ visitor's] power. "
    He contrasted private charitable bodies with *admass (public,0.887) * corporations and said , at pp. 723 -- 726 :
    " And I think the sufficiency of the sentence is never to be called in question, nor any inquiry to be made here into the reasons of the deprivation.

    HTV: Sociology of the global system

    (1843) Sklair, Leslie, Harvester & Wheatsheaf, Hemel Hempstead (1991) , 001-126. Sample containing about 45926 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The technological upgrading of manufacturing and services in many of the Newly Industrializing Countries for which the TNCs are responsible is one example.
    3 .
    The direct or indirect intervention of TNCs in the structure of Third World industries through the processes of acquisition of indigenous companies, predatory pricing and restrictive practices to destroy local competition and enticements designed to attract key personnel from domestic to TNC employment.

    CG6: Early language development

    (1844) Harris, John, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1990) , 67-170. Sample containing about 38242 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Thus, the child's language is not sampled directly but, as itwere, by proxy in terms of what the teacher or therapist is able to recall of the child's performance under everyday conditions.
    The accuracy of the assessment therefore depends upon the *experimental (observational,0.900) * skills of the person completing the checklist .
    In practical terms, a checklist may take only a very short time to complete, providing that the teacher or therapist is familiar with the child being assessed.

    JAC:

    (1845)

    do you think your recommended a hundred and two hectares would cater for all those things?
    Well yes I do .
    There is a range of sites, there's a list of the different sites in the Greater York study, erm I've looked at most of those sites and they there there is a big range of sites both in size and location.

    CDJ: Hair Flair

    (1846) Shaws Publications Ltd, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 11782 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Heart Shaped Face: Veils that become fuller below the ear will suit you best because they 'll add width to the jawline.
    Bear this in mind with your hairstyle , too .
    Avoid width at the top but create volume at the chin – do not wear your hair shorter than chin level.

    K2K: Belfast Telegraph: Business section

    (1847) u.p.. Sample containing about 3962 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    The disappointingly modest rise in profits and the maintained dividend left the group 8p weaker at 169p.
    Fisons , which reported a strong rise in drug sales , balancing poorer performances in its other operations , inspired Wellcome to firm 3p to 747p , Glaxo and SmithKline Beecham a penny better at 459p .
    The insurance sector was also showing healthy gains following its sharp return to profit.

    JSU:

    (1848)

    Now you can say it again more clearly please
    When you 're thinking , right , things come into your mind .
    Erm, like they come really fast so you like just jot them down quickly erm without full stops

    K5K: The Scotsman: Applied Science pages

    (1849) u.p.. Sample containing about 954 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    This included four kinds of tit, three varieties of finch, goldcrest, wren and, of course, the ubiquitous robin, all contributing to a total of approximately 20 species.
    I am looking forward to the usual summer visitors .
    Playing hard to get

    FPX: War in high heels

    (1850) Falconer, P, Nexus, London (1993) , 92-199. Sample containing about 36931 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    The millions of hours he 'd spent thinking and dreaming about his fantasy had become reality.
    The first time this American woman had fellated him had been perfection .
    This time was beyond that.

    BMV: Europe in the central middle ages

    (1851) Brooke, Christopher, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1987) . Sample containing about 39773 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    They tell us almost nothing about the labourers employed by the more prosperous peasants.
    Yet they often make it clear that *so_much (such,1.000) * folk *been (existed,0.956) * .
    Thus all the peasantry needed money to pay rents, and many needed money to pay for labour by the end of this period.

    H8C: Europe in the eighteenth century 1713-1783

    (1852) Anderson, M S, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1987) , 160-254. Sample containing about 38971 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    As time went on their responsiveness to local pressures and needs, asopposed to those of the central government, tended if anything to increase.
    Even the intendants , who had been under Colbert and his successors the greatest of all agencies of administrative centralization , showed tendencies of this kind in the last decades of the period .
    " For long[ before the revolution of 1789] ", wrote a contemporary, " the intendants, directed by public opinion, sought rather to distinguish themselves by their care for the people and by works of public utility, than by their obedience to ministerial wishes. "

    A4S: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-12: Arts section

    (1853) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 5849 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Hamburg enjoys an extremely high level of film subsidy- approximately £6 million a year, or three times the sum available in Britain.
    This generosity is , it seems , partly due to regional *contest (rivalry,1.000) * .
    Hamburg's local government had seen the results of generous film funding in Berlin: the city became attractive to film-makers, work came pouring in and attractive or interesting images of Berlin were sent around the world.

    HYW:

    (1854)

    ... ... So got to continue on there on behaviours ... recognize people that you see around about ... recognize to be aggressive, some as assertive some as passive.
    What are some of the clues if you like that tell us if people behave in an assertive , aggressive , passive way what are some of the other clues ... take that away from us ? ...
    Right body languages.

    AM6: Drama as education

    (1855) Bolton, Gavin, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1988) , 42-139. Sample containing about 33630 words from a book (domain: social science)

    To know an object well is to earn the right to celebrate it.
    Community theatre and other influences on drama in school
    Although I suggested in the last chapter that it was easier for Brian Way than for Peter Slade to challenge the formal drama traditions within the schools, it could not be said that either of them had very much impact on what drama meant and still means to interested people outside our educational institutions.

    AA9: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-21: Arts section

    (1856) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 18760 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    It was scarcely an ideal time for such an event, except that this revolution has been led by an artist and by students, and the Czechs, unlike the British, treat their writers, playwrights, film-makers and students with high seriousness.
    If they didn't interfere in politics , they would be thought craven .
    Besides, Sir Richard had made Gandhi, the film about a non-violent revolutionary not totally unlike their own Vaclev Havel.

    J34: The Environment Digest

    (1857) Wright, Martin (ed.) , Environment Publishers Ltd. Sample containing about 13314 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Ozone layer
    Ozone loss could damage immune systems
    Depletion of the ozone layer could cause a decline in human immune responses, according to a new report by the UN Environment Programme.

    A1C: Henry's leg

    (1858) Pilling, Ann, Viking Kestrel, Harmondsworth (1987) . Sample containing about 40191 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    He 'd put one foot inside the entrance when the buzz of an engine stopped him in his tracks.
    He scuttled back to the crumbling wall and crouched down , then he stuck his nose out to see what was going on .
    A smart green van with " pollitt's Estates " painted on the side in white pulled up and stopped outside the mill entrance.

    FT7: Photography

    (1859) Argus Specialist Publications, Hemel Hempstead (1992-02) . Sample containing about 15672 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Prices range from £44.95 to £59.95 and further details can be obtained from Maplin on
    Call for papers
    Individual photographers as well as associations of professional photographers are invited to submit papers to be presented at EUROFOTO 92 International Convention 31st October to 4th November 1992. to be held in the Peak District town of Buxton.

    BNG: Early mathematical experiences

    (1860) Schools Council Publications, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1982) , 55-139. Sample containing about 35176 words from a book (domain: social science)

    It's a crawly thing.
    Again , the following mathematical *ideas (thoughts,0.876) * would not have been explored and put into words without the right question from Gillian's teacher .
    Example 6

    A08: The big glass

    (1861) Josipovici, Gabriel, Carcanet Press, Manchester (1991) . Sample containing about 40135 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    My catalogue essay to end all catalogue essays.
    I copy it down here to help me go forward .
    It was in those far-off days as they strolled through the parks and boulevards of the great cities of the West, that people first began to speak of the death of images.

    FP5: The coldest place on earth: Oxford Bookworms edition

    (1862) Vicary, Tim, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1992) , 1-39. Sample containing about 5858 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " This is like home, " Bjaaland thought.
    " But it's bigger than Norway , and better .
    In the next four days, the dogs pulled the sledges eighty-one kilometres, and went up 3, 000 metres.

    CA4: Linear and nonlinear programming

    (1863) Hartley, Roger, Ellis Horwood Ltd, Chichester (1985) , 85-182. Sample containing about 25248 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    Returning to the problem of Table 10.1, we have seen that the best value that can be achieved is 1.
    However , if Firm I tosses a fair coin and uses action 1 if heads results and action 2 otherwise , then the expected profits for each of the four states of the market are 1 , 2 , 2 , 12 .
    The smallest of these is 12.

    G1C: Paying for welfare: The 1990s

    (1864) Glennerster, H, Harvester & Wheatsheaf, Hemel Hempstead (1992) . Sample containing about 40756 words from a book (domain: social science)

    In America there are more generous tax advantages for giving to charity, since individuals and firms can offset any one-off gift against tax, whether in cash or in kind.
    The inducement to give is greater , but by the same token there is a cost to the Exchequer in lost revenue .
    Some early work in the United States (Feldstein, 1975; Clotfelter, 1985) has suggested that the scale of charitable donations increases faster than the reduction in tax revenue and that the level of giving increases sharply if tax reliefs are given.

    EBT: The Art Newspaper

    (1865) Umberto Allemandi & Company, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 71281 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    " Douglas was an egomaniac ", says his former companion, writer John Richardson.
    " He didn't think any museum was good enough to have his collection .
    Of course, this didn't stop him from shamelessly flirting with and teasing the scores of solicitous museum officials that came to see him! "

    FSM: Wall games

    (1866) Dobbs, M, HarperCollins, London (1990) , 91-200. Sample containing about 42952 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    You divided the city.
    You helped them build the Wall .
    So I ask you once again.

    HKF: Harlow Sport Centre -- general information

    (1867) u.p.. Sample containing about 863 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    We offer a number of alternatives to suit individual requirements:
    HOW DO YOU PAY FOR MEMBERSHIP ?
    1.

    AAD: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-21: Leisure pages

    (1868) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 1333 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Its VCS (Video Computer System) was the first colour home game system, and sold over 20 million.
    But the market saturated , the bubble burst , and everyone thought the console business was finished .
    However, strange to say, the Atari VCS never penetrated Japan, and this allowed Nintendo – previously known mainly for board games and packs of cards – to dominate the market there.

    K5G: The Scotsman: Religious affairs stories

    (1869) u.p.. Sample containing about 2323 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    Instead of carrying the miserable burden of mass unemployment, we could be investing in new technology and in new skills, training and retraining our talented people to face a fiercely competitive world: instead of our education system declining and our health service fracturing, we could be building high-quality public services which extend security and opportunity to every family in the land; instead of a society diminished by the violence and dishonesty of crime, we could be building strong communities which provided opportunity as wellas protection for every citizen.
    There is so much we can do ; there is so much we need to do .
    The second commandment[ St Matthew XXII, 39] calls upon us to love our neighbours as ourselves.

    HUG:

    (1870)

    I thought that was erm ... another chap's name
    It may be , but you know , they've got several levels of management , one's the manager of air traffic services another one's the chief executive officer
    Hello

    HKY: Keesings Contemporary Archives

    (1871) Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1990) . Sample containing about 80887 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Serb-Moslem clashes
    In yet another demonstration of Yugoslavia's fragmentation along ethnic lines , hostility between Serbs and Moslems (who were recognized as a distinct nationality in Yugoslavia) led to clashes in Bosnia-Hercegovina's southern town of Foca , and across the nearby border in Serbia's Novi Pazar district (part of the historic Sanjak *part (region,0.899) *) .
    On Sept. 9 police used tear gas and armoured vehicles to keep at bay thousands of Moslems who attempted to disrupt a rally in the town of Novi Pazar by tens of thousands of supporters of the nationalist Serbian Renewal Movement.

    CH6: The Daily Mirror

    (1872) Mirror Group Newspapers, London (1992-08/1992-10) . Sample containing about 134171 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    and so does Lamont
    DAVID BRADSHAW
    PREMIER John Major is on course for a gold medal for globe-trotting with his trip to the Olympics this week.

    JNR:

    (1873)

    ... the longer you leave it ...
    I do think ... answer for that one er erm I'm not aware of any paper that's published presenting that and we came as close as we could to answering that ... but nobody really knows for sure. # chosen line 60 among 214 in K5W.txt as 1888 th sample (file 1888)
    Figure 1 presents patterns of Fe 2+ -bleomycin cleavage of several synthetic DNA inserts containing various AT-rich sequences.
    Quantitative data derived from densitometer traces of these and other cleavage patterns are presented as histograms in Figure 2.
    Looking first at the traces for the insert (TA) 10 (Figures 1a and 2a) it can be seen that there are nine cleavage products which have a similar intensity to that at the sequence CGC on the 5'-side (above) of the insert and which are about twice as strong as that at the AGC site.

    FEV: Supersense: perception in the animal world

    (1874) Downer, John, BBC Books, UK (1989) , 8-145. Sample containing about 38397 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    This makes ultrasound ideal for rodents, allowing them to chat privately in their enclosed runs and burrows without being hear by predators.
    Most at risk are *children (youngsters,0.912) * , which may even be attacked by adults of their own species .
    When touched by an adult mouse, a young mouse emits a special ultrasonic call that seems to have a soothing effect on the adult.

    J9T:

    (1875)

    We may not be able to come to a conclusion.
    Cos we may not have sufficient information .
    We don't know yet but let us see how we go.

    A14: What's brewing

    (1876) CAMRA, St Albans (1991-10) . Sample containing about 22899 words of miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    Going east
    NEWS and *rumors (rumours,0.967) * of Western brewers interested in acquiring stakes in Eastern plants continue apace .
    Belgium giants Interbrew – Stella Artois to you and me – are negotiating in Czechoslovakia, Poland and Hungary and all the other normal suspects are also reported to be continuing talks east of the former iron curtain.

    K2F: Belfast Telegraph: Foreign news pages

    (1877) u.p.. Sample containing about 33077 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    STAFFORDSHIRE
    Getting more scientific
    CITIZEN's Charter Minister William Waldegrave is today expected to announce a cash boost for the Government's campaign to increase public awareness of science.

    FYL:

    (1878)

    With regard to the flats I mean, one ... erm ... the flats have been up since the late sixties and erm now they 're gon na be coming down.
    Mm .
    And they erm were a large area of housing in the local area.

    HTW: The eagle has flown

    (1879) Higgins, Jack, Pan Books Ltd, London (1991) , 1-170. Sample containing about 38705 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    She had once been Heydrich's secretary and Schellenberg, to whom she was devoted, had inherited her.
    " He's here , she said .
    " Rivera? "

    HHC: Wychwood

    (1880) Thompson, E V, Headline Book Publishing plc, London (1992) . Sample containing about 40942 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    The next day he was due to take some of the big farmhorses to the blacksmith for shoeing.
    This meant he had to bring forward some of his morning *jobs (chores,0.948) * .
    Seb was forking hay from the loft above the stables when he heard his name being called from outside.

    CLD: Condition black

    (1881) Seymour, Gerald, Fontana Press, London (1991) , 17-142. Sample containing about 42128 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    But James Rutherford didn't give two tosses for that particular tenet of Service discipline.
    " The American killed last week in Athens , Agency man , looks like he was shot by a Brit .
    " You 're joking? "

    K3D: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Applied Science pages

    (1882) u.p.. Sample containing about 590 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    The surgeons ' battle was in vain and Tim died but now the Computed Tomograph (CT) Scanner is to be named after him.
    It will be officially opened by his parents , Colin and Wendy Parry , at a special ceremony at the Walton Centre for Neurology and Neurosurgery , Liverpool , on June 28 .
    Representatives of Everton Football Club are expected to be present.

    GY7:

    (1883)

    Why not?
    Well because I haven't had a doctor's note and it makes it abit difficult if I cash it .
    But they would have only given you a book for

    H8D: The education fact file

    (1884) Hales, Margaret, Mackinnon, Donald, Cathcart, Heather and Statham, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1991) , 4-174. Sample containing about 44598 words from a book (domain: social science)

    This is illustrated by data from the ILEA in Figure 11.12, which compares the examination results of fifth-year pupils of Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi origin or descent.
    *Third (Thirdly,1.000) * , data collected by the Inner London Education Authority (which published more detailed statistics than central government or other LEAs on differences between ethnic groups) have shown Asian *students (pupils,0.951) * as having distinctly higher average educational attainment than white or Afro-Caribbean *students (pupils,0.951) * (see , e.g. , ILEA Research and Statistics , 1987) .
    Finally, the Ramptonwann statistics themselves provide evidence that the educational achievements of Afro-Caribbean children and young people are increasing from year to year at a higher rate than those of other groups.

    CLR: The community of Europe

    (1885) Urwin, Derek, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1991) , 27-115. Sample containing about 36584 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    The Parliamentary Assembly and the Economic and Social Committee were primarily or wholly advisory in nature, with very little checking power, while the Court of Justice could interpret the provisions of the treaty and the decisions of the EEC.
    THE EEC IN OPERATION
    Inevitably, decision making in an organisation like the EEC would be complicated, especially as the treaty provided for several different kinds of decision.

    EBS: The Art Newspaper

    (1886) Umberto Allemandi & Company, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 65013 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Giambologna's Fata Morgana setting to be restored?
    BAGNO A RIPOLI (FLORENCE) .
    The attention drawn to Giambologna's marble " Fata Morgana " sold at Christie's London on 13 September 1989 appears to have hastened the recreation of the sculpture's original setting on a hillside outside Florence.

    KGV:

    (1887)

    So that's when the D two would have been after lunch, yeah.
    Instead it's A two which would have been at nine o'clock and
    from nine to ten forty five or ten forty instead you've got the decode from the afternoon plus the decode from the Wednesday, so double decode, one and a half hours on ...

    FCG: The Weekly Law Reports 1992 Volume 3

    (1888) u.p.. Sample containing about 3040 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Finally, I would like to consider the difference of practice on the presentation of agreed terms to this court and to the family proceedings court.
    In this court it is the invariable practice for the advocates to endeavour to reduce the agreed terms to a draft order before laying the compromise before the court for consideration .
    It seems to me that there are very great strengths in that practice.

    JS7:

    (1889)

    Erm quite deliberately leave out the reference to keeping the airfield open because we don't, you don't yet know the results of the of the consultation with the public.
    I happen to know it but I think it would be wrong of me to disclose it tonight er this *guest_night (evening,0.975) * .
    I think you should wait for that and don't make any presumptions about the future of the runway.

    J31: The Environment Digest

    (1890) Wright, Martin (ed.) , Environment Publishers Ltd. Sample containing about 12845 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Experts have also argued that Britain has the most favourable conditions in Europe for the exploitation of wind, wave and tidal power.
    Observer 6 October
    Energy

    CT8: Unigram x

    (1891) APT Data Services Ltd. (1993-04/1993-05) . Sample containing about 8086 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    The company claims that IBM is now the only competitor it comes up against on every deal.
    MINIGRAMS
    X-terminal house Network Computing Devices has picked Arrow Electronics as its first national distributor in the US.

    C9N: Guitarist

    (1892) Music Maker Publications, Ely, Cambs (1992-08/1993-01) . Sample containing about 58764 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    To have a red Strat like Hank Marvin's at the age of thirteen was something! "
    On to Charterhouse , the public school at which the first stirrings of what was to become Genesis began ...
    " Genesis wasn't really a group to start with; it didn't really exist at Charterhouse.

    KA8: Medau News

    (1893) The Medau Society, UK (1980-88) . Sample containing about 4099 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    Do come along and give our two teams your support.
    Not only (Medau) but also ...
    I am well used to a life apartfrom the circle that many of my Medau friends know me in.

    G1D: Pillars of gold

    (1894) Ellis, Alice T, Penguin Group, London (1993) , 1-140. Sample containing about 44403 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Well, the plants are all dead as a doornail, " said Constance, " and she's not been in.
    It's all exactly the same as I left it .
    " She must've gone away, " said Scarlet, gratified to hear of the dead plants and Barbs's dereliction of duty, for she had been rather hurt not to be asked to mind Eliot.

    KCN:

    (1895)

    If the air is damp.
    It's collected the water ... .
    Once that's damp, that's rising the steam!

    A4P: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-11: Sport section

    (1896) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 11295 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Sport in Short: Speedway
    Sport Page 37
    Sport in Short: Snooker

    CRV: Returning to Shakespeare

    (1897) Vickers, Brian, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1989) , 19-134. Sample containing about 40640 words from a book (domain: arts)

    Devastating though it is in its presentation of the destructive power of guilt, Macbeth may be thought a comforting play, finally, in that hypocrisy exposes itself.
    No *so_much (such,1.000) * comforts can be gleaned from Othello .
    Indeed, it remains the most uncomfortable play in the English language.

    K5A: The Scotsman: Leisure pages

    (1898) u.p.. Sample containing about 146882 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Not surprisingly, the noise bellowing around Ibrox when the teams took to the pitch was an octave or two higher than normal.
    But there was no denying the passion of this young audience .
    After the Hampden roar, the Ibrox squeal could become Scotland's secret weapon.

    BN7: [Miscellaneous leaflets on health]

    (1899) u.p.. Sample containing about 25608 words of miscellanea (domain: social science)

    AIDS: Safer Sex
    Anyone , male or female , can get AIDS form intercourse
    The more partners, the greater the risk

    EAW: Exploring the night sky with binoculars

    (1900) Moore, Patrick, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1990) , 13-155. Sample containing about 39798 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    Novæ generally appear in regions close to the Milky Way, and anyone who knows the sky really well has a chance of finding one, though beware of artificial satellites and even planets.
    (I remember having an urgent telephone call from a professional astronomer *that (who) * believed that he had found a bright nova.

    It turned out to be Mars.)

    FRE: Far from the madding crowd: Oxford Bookworms edition

    (1901) Hardy, T and West, C, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1992) , 1-86. Sample containing about 26293 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " What's the matter?
    Who's dead ? he asked .
    Bathsheba tried to push past him.

    CHW: Rugby World and Post

    (1902) Rugby Publishing Ltd, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 34487 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Just a natural, competitive sense of frustration not to have won full honours, but I am not complaining.
    If England had not been so successful , then perhaps I would be *groaning (moaning,0.938) * .
    Opinion of other sports:

    CCN: The circle of nine

    (1903) Gilchrist, Cherry, Penguin Group, London (1991) . Sample containing about 37839 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    With cries of joy, it has been announced that women need not depend upon men for companionship and understanding; women's groups have become a commonplace, and support and friendship between women re-evaluated.
    It is certainly true that women meeting and working together can find a sustaining , natural pleasure in their interaction .
    I noticed it especially on one occasion when I was beset with problems which had made me very unhappy.

    HDF:

    (1904)

    And we 'll come on to talk about that in a lot more depth during the presentation.
    We talk about scalability if we are indeed to entice mainframe style applications towards the open systems platforms then we need to be able to deliver high capacity computing using standard hardware and software components with a low entry cost .
    Navigation Server is designed to handle massive amounts of data and users, but is still totally scalable from very small machines.

    FPB: Crimson

    (1905) Conran, S, Penguin Group, London (1992) , 289-426. Sample containing about 41894 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Of course.
    But you 'd better inform Freddy Swanson immediately that there is a problem .
    After all, it's only two days to the flotation. "

    G2L: The National Trust Magazine

    (1906) The National Trust, London (1991-19-19) . Sample containing about 21021 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Each pack of ten cards and envelopes featuring two designs costs £1.95.
    A new addition to the popular farm-animal range is sure to please younger members of the family .
    The nine-inch melamine-type shallow plate (£1.45) complements the four existing farm-animal mugs (Cow, Hen, Pig and Duck) and the children's stationery range of notebooks, gift wrap with matching gift tags and stationery folder.

    CP6: Computergram international

    (1907) u.p.. Sample containing about 9379 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Groupe Videotron LTEE has reported second quarter net profits up 250.2 % at $ 2.9m, after $ 5.7m losses from discontinued operations this time and $ 426, 471 losses last time, on turnover up 11.6 % at $ 112.6m; mid-term net losses amounted to $ 6.4m up from losses of $ 2m last time, after $ 6.4m losses from discontinued operations this time and $ 2m losses last time, on turnover up 12 % at $ 226.9m.
    Net per share amounted to $ 0.01 in the quarter , and to $ 0.11 in the half .
    Comparisons are made with restated figures to reflect discontinued operations.

    CTY: White mythologies: writing history and the West

    (1908) Young, R, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1990) , 1-90. Sample containing about 43131 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    In both cases revisionary work of this kind was embodied in a historical and political analysis of the relation of individual consciousness to society, from within the aegis of an Hegelian Marxism in some respects still impossibly bound to its own enlightenment heritage.
    This meant that Adorno inparticular tended to project science as something exterior and exclusively instrumental ; he reacted against it , as well as " objective reason generally , by trying to *access (retrieve,0.913) * the individual subject as the *way (means,0.993) * to salvation .
    In France, however, there also existed a very different tradition, that of the history of the sciences, a tradition in which Foucault has placed himself.

    FAX: Qualitative methods in human geography

    (1909) Smith, D, Eyles, J (eds.) , Polity Press, Cambridge (1988) , 75-133. Sample containing about 39305 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Case studies have, however, been part of social research for as long as it has existed, but the method was discredited in social science circles during the quantitative revolution after the Second World War, principally because of the desire to quantify, but also because of the development of survey methods and sampling techniques based on statistical procedures.
    Since these techniques have been established , case-studies have been subjected to assessment by the same criteria as for statistically-derived samples , even though this betrays a confusion between the procedures .
    Questions about the validity of making inferences from a small number of cases have been asked, for example.

    G42:

    (1910)

    I want to see that you 're coming along alright.
    Right .
    Ready for this wedding.

    EX5: Study for survival and success

    (1911) Meredeen, Sander, Paul Chapman Publishing Ltd, London (1988) , 1-120. Sample containing about 38689 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Check that your writing materials, etc., are in good order.
    And use the toilet shortly before entering the examination hall .
    Budgeting your time

    KA5: [Scottish Christian Aid committee documents]

    (1912) u.p.. Sample containing about 8991 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: belief and thought)

    Next Union meeting: Tuesday 27 April 12.30 pm.
    SCOTTISH CHRISTIAN AID COMMITTEE
    Minutes of the Meeting of the Partnership Sub-Committee Tuesday, 28th April at 7.00pm 41 George IV Bridge, Edinbrugh

    K5N: Nucleic acids research

    (1913) Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) . Sample containing about 13807 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    The synthetic linker and adapter sequences are shown in small letters, sequences derived from parental pAcUW3 and pAcYM1 vectors are represented in capital letters.
    Arrows indicate the direction of transcription .
    Incomplete restriction sites produced on the junctions with linkers and adapters are indicated by enzymes with asterisks.

    H8V: Modern literary theory

    (1914) Jefferson, Ann and Robey, David, BT Batsford Ltd, London (1986) . Sample containing about 44510 words from a book (domain: arts)

    Individually they were always at pains to stress the provisional nature of the conceptual apparatus, and their flexibility can be seen in the way in which the theory evolved to include new topics such as narrative and literary history.
    As Eikhenbaum so firmly insists : [ they ] were not advocates of a method , but students of an object (1965 : 131) .
    It is in fact this object (literariness) and the way in which it was defined that guarantees the coherence of the science.

    FA1: Environment and enforcement regulation and the social definition

    (1915) Hawkins, K, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) , 3-93. Sample containing about 40557 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The task of the authorities is to manage all water services within a geographical area determined by river catchments.
    The ten authorities acquired control of water services from a variety of other bodies including river authorities and local authorities , and are now responsible for all matters connected with the use and disposal of water : water conservation and supply ; land drainage ; *agreeableness (amenity,1.000) * , recreation , and fisheries ; and pollution control .
    Each water authority has its own form of organization, administrative control, and territorial jurisdiction.

    ADX: Logic and design

    (1916) Barratt, Krome, The Herbert Press Ltd, London (1989) . Sample containing about 35202 words from a book (domain: arts)

    Previously, Euclidean geometry had stated that parallel lines never meet.
    Desargues's *Binomial_theorem (Theorem,0.967) * concerns projections from a point O .
    The illustration shows how painters had observed differing sections of the same projection.

    CNA: British Medical Journal

    (1917) British Medical Association, London (1993-01-16) , 1-68. Sample containing about 14063 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    This ethnic difference has not been explained.
    We therefore used data from a *big (large,0.991) * case-control study to look at differences between Maori and non-Maori children and examine factors that might explain the higher mortality from sudden death *baby (infant,0.989) * syndrome among Maori children .
    Methods

    FYA:

    (1918)

    and one red bead.
    Bag B contains three blue beads and three red beads .
    Two draws are made ... Draw one, a bead is taken from bag A and put in bag B.

    FEW: Temporary employment

    (1919) Casey, Bernard, PSI Publications, UK (1988) , 12-147. Sample containing about 37996 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    The short average duration of all spells of working with an agency is also consistent with the picture of a large number of persons working on this basis for very brief periods only.
    The FRES estimates that their members might have had about 60 , 000 temporaries on the payroll at any one time in 1985 (a figure broadly consistent with the LFS data) , but that some half a million persons might have worked for an agency for some period in the course of that year (interview with FRES) .
    The phenomenon of " temping "

    G60:

    (1920)

    Right.
    Does it hurt to swallow ?
    ... No it just feels as though like You know how you get summat stuck in your throat?

    EC5: [University of Bradford ephemera]

    (1921) University of Bradford, Bradford (1992) . Sample containing about 11772 words of miscellanea (domain: social science)

    A taxi journey from the Airport to the University takes approximately 20 minutes.
    There is an hourly bus service during the day from the Airport to the Transport Interchange in the city *center (centre,0.900) * .
    Many internal and international flights can also be made into Manchester Airport, located 57 miles south-west of Bradford.# chosen line 723 among 1399 in H7R.txt as 1937 th sample (file 1937)
    As this transistor conducts for a fixed time, dictated by the winding time constant, it may be switched from a fixed-period monostable circuit triggered by tile phase excitation signal.
    One disadvantage of the bilevel drive in this form is that it is unable to counter-act the motional voltage and this voltage has been neglected in the analysis of drive circuit performance.
    Once the winding current is established only the low-voltage supply is effective and this may be insufficient to overcome the motional voltage during the remainder of the excitation interval.

    GVD: Managing the modular course

    (1922) Watson, David, Open University Press, Milton Keynes (1989) , 9-135. Sample containing about 36505 words from a book (domain: social science)

    In an environment as diverse and complex as Oxford Polytechnic's Modular Course, monitoring and review processes are a crucial element in maintaining course quality.
    Both processes constantly tend to become perfunctory , routinized and burdensome .
    This tendency has to be limited by a number of mechanisms which the course has evolved.

    KBP:

    (1923)

    Just let's read what it says.
    Mm .
    No room for a garage.

    HBR: National Library of Scotland annual report 1990-1991

    (1924) National Library of Scotland ([1991]) , 3-29. Sample containing about 13318 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    Artistic papers were represented by a sketch by David Roberts of a design for a drop-scene for the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, 1831; correspondence of Roberts, 1849-63; correspondence of Randall Davies as editor of the annual volume of the Old Water-Colour Society's Club, 1939-41, including several letters of Sir William Russell Flint; and seven letters of Russell Flint to Kenneth Hobson, bookbinder, 1966-68.
    The Royal Society of Edinburgh added to its previous deposits the papers of the 18th-century astronomer James Ferguson , including manuscripts of his writings and various calculating instruments in remarkably good condition .
    Several further letters of Lord Kelvin were purchased.

    J6X: Damages for personal injury and death (5th edition)

    (1925) .

    Although it has rarely been the subject of judicial pronouncement the conceptual basis of the " conventional " sums awarded by the courts in respect of non-pecuniary losses appears to be that such sums are what are considered fair and reasonable compensation in the social, economic and industrial conditions which prevail in England and Wales.
    That the appropriate award for non-pecuniary loss may vary in differing *economic and social conditions* in different parts of the world has been stated by the Privy Council in Jag Singh v Toong Fong Omnibus Co[ 1964] 1 WLR 1382, per Lord Morris:

    to the extent to which regard should be had to the range of awards in other cases which are comparable such cases should as a rule be those which have been determined in the same jurisdiction or in a neighbouring locality where similar social, economic and industrial conditions exist.

    C8P: Colin the Clown's party book

    (1926) Francome, Colin, Argus Books, Hemel Hempstead, Herts (1990) , 5-96. Sample containing about 31240 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    bit and on word " to ", put one finger up on each hand
    and point to self)
    You continue in this manner for the chorus.

    HPB: BNFL News

    (1927) British Nuclear Fuels plc, Manchester (1992 March - May) . Sample containing about 10157 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Part of that money was immediately spent on the printing of tickets for a pop concert at Tranmere's ground to mark the public launch of the appeal.
    Capenhurst Training and Education officer , Jim Dunne , explained that the scheme aims to enlist the support of 28 , 000 children in the Wirral area .
    " We have the backing of morethan 70 schools and each one is planning sponsored events to raise money throughout the year.

    JP8:

    (1928)

    So, the fact that who works in the green grocers is just a bit of additional information, it's not necessary for the the main part of the sentence, you can take it out and it's not going to take, make any difference to the construction or the meaning of the sentence, it's a bit of additional information.
    Or , you will need comma , amongst other things comma , three bricks and a length of rope .
    What you have to remember is that you need a pair of commas and not just one.

    KN7:

    (1929)

    and it will not in that sense make any difference to God love, make a lot of difference to you and to me, but it will not make any difference to God's love whether we spend our eternity in heaven or in hell, he will not love those in heaven any more than he loves those who are already, who will be punished for ever in hell, because God's love is eternal, it didn't start at Bethlehem, it didn't start at Calvary and it doesn't end when you and I die, as love is eternal, so God has provided salvation for every body and he offers salvation to all who will come to him in repent and and seine fe and except his salvation, you see when the Lord Jesus Christ died upon Calvary's cross he died to make salvation available for who, for every body, you see he didn't just lay your sins on Jesus, listen to what the old testament profit Isaiah says, there in that tremendous fifty third chapter, and, and in what it's in verse six, all of us says the profit like sheep have gone astray, each of us has turn to his own way, but the Lord has caused the iniquity of us all to fall on him, whether you and I reject Jesus Christ or accept him does not alter the fact that our sin was laid on Jesus ... the sins are the most awful person you can think of ... were laid on Jesus Christ, Jesus Christ paid the sins for, for, for, for men like Hitler, he paid theirs, the price for their sins, as much as he paid the price for the sins of somebody like St Francis of Assisi ... So God is not partial, it's clear from scripture that all maybe saved, he made salvation available to all ... in that same book of Isaiah in chapter forty five, verse twenty two, it says look unto me all the ends of the earth are being saved said the Lord, in Romans one sixteen Paul says I am not ashamed of the gospel because it is the power of God onto salvation to all who will believe, and the verse we've already quoted John three sixty, for God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son, that who so ever believe in him should not perish, but have ever lasting life and Paul when writing to Timothy says he gives his own personal testimony he says this is a good and a faithful saying, it's worthy of every body accepting that God desires all men to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth, so it's quite clear that all maybe saved.
    The bible closes there in Revelation chapter twenty two with that invitation, an invitation to a select you know, an invitation to all, there almost in the, in the last few verses, verse seventeen, the spirit and the bride say what come and let the one *that (who) * hears say come and let the one *that (who) * is thirsty come and let the one *that (who) * wishes take the water of life without cost, the invitation is to all, so it's quite clear that all maybe saved, but it's equally clear, a second proposition that all will not be saved ... ...

    and this is a solemn's teaching of God's word, the bible nowhere teaches the doctrine of universalism, that everybody's gon na go to heaven, it doesn't teach that, it doesn't say and it does not teach that ultimately every body will be saved, there are plenty of those around who 'd teach that today, but the bible doesn't teach that ... there are those who will tell us that the sinner and the saint, the man who has no thought of God or no love for God and the Christian that all be gathered together on the final day, you all have another chance, Jesus never said that, the bible doesn't teach that, it's quite unscriptural.

    A93: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-08: Arts section

    (1930) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 2350 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    " There's nothing sinister about it, " the spokesman said yesterday.
    " We 're doing it because it's one of the great modern musicals ... .
    It is more expensive to stage than a straight play.

    EDL: International judicial assistance

    (1931) McClean, D, Oxford University Press, New York (1992) . Sample containing about 48492 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Article 8 of each Convention had the same text, which survives with only minor drafting changes, in the text of the most recent Hague Convention on the topic, that on the Taking of Evidence Abroad of 1970.
    It provided that in *commercial or civil matters* a judicial authority of a Contracting State might, in conformity with the provisions of its legislation, communicate by letter rogatory with the competent authority of another Contracting State in order to request that the latter should, within its jurisdiction, effect either an examination (un acte d'instruction) or other judicial acts (actes judiciaires) .

    These terms are not further defined; they include taking the evidence of witnesses and of experts, viewing a place, and examining commercial books and records; they do not include any acte d'execution such as ordering the return of an abducted child.

    K3L: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Applied Science pages

    (1932) u.p.. Sample containing about 1427 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Appeal to dead baby's mother POLICE investigating the death of a new-born baby boy are concerned for the welfare of the child's mother and have urged her to come forward.
    The boy's body was discovered by children playing at an adventure park on the Isle of Man .
    Police said the child was born within the past few days.

    CH8: In good company

    (1933) Aspel, Michael, Robson Books Ltd, London (1989) , 13-134. Sample containing about 40236 words from a book (domain: arts)

    Another time I was lying in a hospital bed after a car crash – I 'd been lucky and escaped with minor injuries, but I've always had a keen sense of drama, so I lay there feeling as though I 'd just come through the Battle of Britain.
    I could hear two nurses talking in the corridor outside .
    " Quiet, " said one.

    BMK: Chemistry in Britain

    (1934) Royal Society of Chemistry, London (1992-01, 1992-04, 199) . Sample containing about 44652 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    However, it was not until the mid-19th century that the clinical implications of such a device were envisaged, and only recently that contact lenses became part of the routine armoury of medical corrective devices.
    It is not immediately obvious that using polymers for contact lenses represents an example of the biomedical application of synthetic materials .
    Using similar materials in joint replacements, heart valves, membrane oxygenators and haemodialysis membranes presents specific problems associated with, for example, their biocompatibility, strength and permeability that might seem to be absent in contact lenses.

    EDB: [Health promotion and education leaflets]

    (1935) u.p.. Sample containing about 2606 words of miscellanea (domain: natural sciences)

    Do you stay with the baby at all times when he or she is in the bath?
    Windows and doors
    Are they easy opening for escape?

    KPG:

    (1936)

    We got all that on tape.
    Have you had it all lesson ?
    Yeah I've still got it.

    CRB: The Economist

    (1937) The Economist Newspaper Ltd, London (1993-19-19) . Sample containing about 72601 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    And Mr Levin, who has fashioned a complex web of small joint ventures with companies such as Silicon Graphics, a computer manufacturer, has also been careful not to rule out deals with bigger partners.
    Other telecoms firms might well be interested in getting their hands on Time Warner's sackful of valuable entertainment copyrights .
    Once scornful of cable companies, telephone firms have learnt that they can be useful.

    BN3: Memories of the Gorbals

    (1938) Caplan, Jack, The Pentland Press Ltd, Durham (1991) , 1-97. Sample containing about 34758 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    And would you believe it? we came face to face with the McNabs.
    I recognised them , for Hughie had the same ugly face as his father and brother .
    Sam: " Good evening, cunts!

    CDG: Hollywood rogues

    (1939) Munn, Michael, Robson Books Ltd, London (1991) , 47-173. Sample containing about 37745 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    So I had to tell Anthony, who was a very nice guy, that we had to get somebody else. "
    That *person (somebody,0.989) * else was Stanley Kubrick , the young director Kirk had worked with a couple of years earlier on Paths of Glory and a man whose greatest success (2001 : A Space Odyssey) and biggest disaster (Barry Lyndon) were the result of his *gigantic (mammoth,1.000) * ego .
    This second collaboration with Kirk Douglas and his ego turned out to be an on-set nightmare.

    C86: The five gates of hell

    (1940) Thomson, Rupert, Bloomsbury Publishing Ltd, London (1991) , 123-226. Sample containing about 43408 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    She was dressed in nothing but her cotton nightgown and her cardigan.
    Her feet were bare .
    He knew what she 'd done.

    CAV: Pink rock and postcards

    (1941) Little, Edith, Heatherbank Press, Glasgow (1987) , 5-43. Sample containing about 3961 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    The weans are in ma neebors ' van,
    Come oan , we've time fur anither wan ...
    Big Mary staunin ' herself oan the flair

    A7P: Clothes Show

    (1942) Redwood Publishing Company., London (1991-19-19) . Sample containing about 19001 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Emma Jones, 16, student (right) : " I think this is gorgeous; I 'd definitely buy it. "
    Vest dress , £26.99 , Zygo .
    Waistcoat, £228, Karen Boyd.

    F81:

    (1943)

    And you were allocated this house in The Chantry?
    Pardon ?
    You were allocated the house in The Chantry

    HED:

    (1944)

    Oh mercy yes.
    Yes my aunt was Mrs David , and goodness me I can remember her having the laces pulled in. just *slender (slim,0.882) * *wasp_waists (waists,0.900) * *wasp_waists (waists,0.900) * .
    Big bottoms I always used to say.

    EVW: Imms' general textbook of entomology vol

    (1945) Richards, O W and Davies, R G, Chapman & Hall, London (1977) , 11-115. 1. Sample containing about 29630 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    Like other ommochromes it is a redox pigment, yellow when oxidized and red when reduced.
    *Integumental (Integumentary,1.000) * ommochromes occur in the wings of Nymphalid butterflies and in Schistocerca and they are also involved in the *color (colour,1.000) * changes of the stick insect Carausius morosus .
    In the dragonfly Sympetrum striolatum the scarlet male contains ommatins and the yellow female their reduced equivalents.

    EAU: New Oxford English Dictionary -- system description

    (1946) Sabido, Richard (ed.) , Oxford University Press, Oxford (1987-07) . Sample containing about 11757 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    When such changes occur the entry becomes the property of the approving member of the Lexicographic Group.
    Data Versions
    A distinction is made between temporary versions of an entry, which will have a short life-span in the Working-Set, and permanent versions of an entry which are transferred to the Main Database.

    CJS: Amnesty

    (1947) Amnesty International, London (1991-19-19) . Sample containing about 13822 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Battersea Crawl
    About 30 members from half a *boxcars (dozen,1.000) * London Amnesty Groups gather with Anita Pollock , South-West London MP on the steps of St Martin-in-the-Fields at the start of the Embassy Crawl
    The Battersea group have just successfully organised their fourth " Embassy crawl " or sponsored walk on Saturday 19 October.

    KCX:

    (1948)

    Didn't know you were getting a voucher.
    Who's getting a voucher ?
    ... she says she gets a twenty five quid voucher.

    BMW: Folly's child

    (1949) Tanner, Janet, Century Hutchinson, London (1991) , 13-124. Sample containing about 42584 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " Just here, please. "
    The taxi squealed to a stop .
    Harriet, who had been watching the meter, pulled a note out of her bag and passed it to the driver.

    HGX: Microprocessor based measurement of plant growth

    (1950) Lucas, Keith, u.p.. Sample containing about 27909 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: applied science)

    Except at the lowest level each module contains a single sub-program.
    All modules are written in Pascal apartfrom one module containing some of the low-level camera control and some other manipulations .
    Imported Files

    FLR:

    (1951)

    Our biology teacher took it, but it was ... it was also ..., it was the facts about ... erm ... sex, abortion ... contraception, but we also, also talked about the emotional side of things.
    So , would you say it was quite good ?
    Yeah, it was quite.

    HGE: An American princess

    (1952) Marshall, Paula, Mills & Boon, Richmond, Surrey (1993) . Sample containing about 78843 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    It had been taken when she had been presented to King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra earlier in the year.
    The presentation had been quite an unnecessary *proceedings (proceeding,0.917) * , as she and Uncle Orrin Tunstall had agreed , seeingthat she had met and known both the King and Queen since she was ten years old and had first visited England with her mama and papa .
    Her papa, Jared Tunstall, the senior senator for Nevada, was a personal friend of the King, and Sally-Anne had first met him when he was the Prince of Wales.

    A3L: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-07: Sport pages

    (1953) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 14886 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Golf: Embarrassment of choice after Faldo's harvest
    From NORMAN DABELL in Stuttgart
    IT IS apt that much of this German Masters course is set amid fruit trees, because the tournament leader Nick Faldo was talking cherries yesterday.

    KAC: Medau News

    (1954) The Medau Society, UK (1980-88) . Sample containing about 3640 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: leisure)

    Hilary Weedon, who has been teacher 2nd and 3rd P.E.
    Students for a week each term at Lurvaine University , has been invited to continue the experiment during the coming academic year .
    The Year of the Child

    HNR: The incident book

    (1955) Adcock, Fleur, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) , 18-53. Sample containing about 5413 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    for years and years.
    And what did you say
    the company's called? "

    ANP: The National Trust Magazine

    (1956) The National Trust, London (1990-19-19) . Sample containing about 21626 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    He believed that it could cure " all illness ... with the exception of malformation and germ diseases ".
    In the Daily Graphic in 1925 Mr Overbeck claimed that since completing my apparatus and using it on myself , I have practically renewed my youth .
    My age is 64 years, but I feel more like a man of 30 and I am mentally more alert ".

    G34: Women's Art

    (1957) Townsend, S, Women artists slide library, London (1993-19-19) . Sample containing about 21252 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Annette Messager Telling Tales Camden Arts Centre, London 17 July--30 August
    Geneviève Cadieux ICA , London 29 July -- - 6 September
    As the first work of Telling Tales, Annette Messager has hung " Le Bonheure Illustre/1 " a highly coloured series of drawings.

    HK0: Information sources on courses of higher education

    (1958) u.p.. Sample containing about 758 words of miscellanea (domain: social science)

    Courses in Agriculture, Horticulture and Fisheries
    Series .
    Guide to first degree courses in the UK.

    KGL:

    (1959)

    John, and I've got a little filofax type thing, and then I've got this.
    So that's what this is , ...
    Alistair,

    EDK: The British population: patterns, trends

    (1960) Salt, J and Coleman, D, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1992) , 35-174. Sample containing about 42026 words from a book (domain: social science)

    Since the late 1960s most women have had sex before marriage – increasing from at least a third of women who were married in the late 1950s to three-quarters of women married in the early 1970s (Dunnell 1979) .
    Average fertility is so low today compared to the total number of children that might be conceived that factors affecting fecundity would be unlikely to influence *last (final,0.948) * family size .
    But they might affect birth spacing.

    CCC: British intelligence services in action

    (1961) Lindsay, Kennedy, Dunrod Press, Dundalk, Ireland (1980) , 74-176. Sample containing about 39645 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    The bomb weighed 200 lb.
    Only the two main loyalist urban paramilitary organisations were able occasionally to produce a bomb of that size .
    Either would have regarded it as a special achievement and in either the semi-democratic command structure would have ensured that a number of men would have participated in the decision where to detonate it.

    A49: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-10: Home news pages

    (1962) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 13841 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    By SIMON DENISON
    *Technology (Engineering,0.891) * union leaders believe *employments (employers,1.000) * could respond to selective strike action by using mass lay-offs .
    The unions are balloting 24, 000 members in four companies next week on an indefinite strike.

    A05: Authors

    (1963) Miller, Karl, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1989) , 60-163. Sample containing about 42316 words from a book (domain: arts)

    " Don't say that Jaromil is a bad poet! "
    Kundera's 1986 Postscript implores .
    He is a " sensitive young man " – a monster too, but the same monster is in you and me.

    A42: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-10: Arts section

    (1964) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 3244 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    It is Scottish Opera policy to present their operas in English, and while this can make lengthy recitatives comprehensible to those of us whose Italian is less than fluent, I can see no other advantage.
    But there was nothing jarring in Michael Irwin's English version .
    Stock buffo characters Marcellina and Bartolo (Ann Howard and David Gwynne) added lightness and comedy to what could be described as a serious interpretation of The Marriage of Figaro, not as effervescent as some would have liked but thoroughly convincing just the same – and one in which the complex ensemble were particularly memorable.

    J16: Town and country planning in Britain

    (1965) Cullingworth, J B, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1988) , 111-208. Sample containing about 39341 words from a book (domain: social science)

    These powers were used, not as a general means of facilitating the supply of land at existing use prices.
    but *by_selection (selectively,1.000) * , " as a warning to owners of land ingeneral .
    Furthermore, they were used only where an owner had actually offered his land for sale at a price above existing use value.

    CLP: The mind at work

    (1966) Singleton, W T, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1989) , 1-129. Sample containing about 40742 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    Thus it is an open system ratherthan a closed one and its behaviour can not be understood by simply looking at the relationship between inputs and outputs.
    The adaptability of the enterprise may lie in providing appropriate outputs to match the changes of the market from relatively stable physical inputs or may lie in providing a fixed output with changing sources of inputs .
    In either case there is no fixed relationship between physical inputs and outputs, the system responds to the environment.

    KBE:

    (1967)

    Why can't they go to France ...
    Oh yeah It's all according to how much pressure there is underneath underneath the tunnel .
    Oh yeah ....

    G4N: `M

    (1968) Glasson', interviewer, male

    How, how did you learn to, I mean, looking at some of your locks, they 're sort of very, very fine
    Yeah
    ... I mean did you, did you learn this as you went on or did you, did you

    K23: [Central television news scripts]

    (1969) Boileau, John (ed.) , Central TV, Abingdon (1993) . Sample containing about 46596 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure)

    They were rescued just in time, after one of them, an elderly woman, managed to raise the alarm.
    Now experts are urging *families (householders,0.906) * to check their heating boilers are safe .
    Kim Barnes reports.

    FRL: In other words: a coursebook on translation

    (1970) Baker, M, Routledge & Kegan Paul plc, London (1992) . Sample containing about 42612 words from a book (domain: social science)

    This indicates a possible difference in meaning or function between the two.
    Chafe (1976 : 51) suggests that the function of *subject (topic,0.890) * is to specify some kind of framework , for *case (instance,0.810) * interms of time , location , or individual reference , within which the main statement applies and that real *subjects (topics,0.890) * (in topic-prominent languages) are not so much " what the sentence is about as " the frame within which the sentence holds .
    Li agrees with Chafe's interpretation of topic and links this to the observation that topics are always definite.

    HJM: WWF News

    (1971) World-wide fund for nature, UK (1989) . Sample containing about 17030 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs)

    Marine nature reserves: inadequate and late
    A report on Marine Nature Reserves , commissioned by WWF-UK , shows that the whole procedure for establishing them is inadequate .
    Despite agreement some years ago that seven sites around Britain's coast needed protection, only one – Lundy Island – has been declared a Marine Nature Reserve so far, writes Dr Madeleine Havard, WWF's Marine Conservation Officer.

    CNE: Computergram international

    (1972) u.p.. Sample containing about 6808 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    Net earnings per share rose 400 % to $ 0.20 in the quarter, and 5.3 % to $ 0.79 in the year.
    The 1993 figures were reported at 14 and 53 weeks .
    Litton Industries Inc has reported second quarter net profits up 2.7 % at $ 44.4m, on turnover down 7.8 % at $ 1, 259.3m; mid-term net rose 2.8 % to $ 87.2m, on turnover that rose 3.7 % at $ 2, 626.5m.

    H8T: Into the blue

    (1973) Goddard, Robert, Transworld Publishers Ltd, London (1990) , 119-225. Sample containing about 45739 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    It seemed the least Harry could promise.
    " Yes , he said *tiredly (wearily,1.000) * .
    " It's a deal. "

    EBD: Action

    (1974) World Assoc for Christian Comm (1991-07/1993-02) . Sample containing about 6621 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    Tel (71) 582 9139.
    WHO CALLS THE SHOTS
    Medai women press for equality

    C9F: Good Food

    (1975) Redwood Publishing Company., London (1992-12, 1991-03, 199) . Sample containing about 38367 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    4 Beat cream, ginger syrup and cinnamon until just thickened.
    Spread over fruit .
    5 Sprinkle with the sugar and place under a very hot grill for 3-4 minutes until the sugar caramelises.

    HPK: [Parish Council letters]

    (1976) u.p.. Sample containing about 28081 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    I do not know the individuals or firms responsible for the tipping, but I should be grateful if you could look into the matter.
    Yours sincerely
    Dear

    CDT: How to live safely in a dangerous world

    (1977) Romain, Simon, Robson Books Ltd, London (1989) , 10-119. Sample containing about 21954 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    The chase
    The *dry-gulching (ambush,1.000) *
    A more effective cry is " Fire " because everyone sticks their heads out in case it is their house or car that is about to be burnt down.

    J3E: The Environment Digest

    (1978) Wright, Martin (ed.) , Environment Publishers Ltd. Sample containing about 12090 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    A further 60 can be used but not sold, while 70 formulations are banned as originally planned.
    The German Association of Water and Gas Utilities has protested about the decision because of the extra pollution that will result .
    Pesticide levels in drinking water are already above legal limits in many areas; the cost of reducing pesticide levels in the drinking water of 30 eastern towns to acceptable levels has been put at DM450 million.

    HNL: Financial market analysis

    (1979) Blake, David, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Maidenhead (1990) . Sample containing about 40507 words from a book (domain: commerce)

    Once we have price adjustment factors for a given set of bonds, we can use them to price different bonds with different amounts of the factors embodied in them.
    The price adjustments can also be converted into yield adjustments or yield spreads to give , for example , the difference in yield between bonds with and without a particular sector characteristic .
    To illustrate this pricing by analogy, we will compare a low-coupon UK government bond with a high-coupon UK bank corporate bond with the same maturity:

    K3G: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Business section

    (1980) u.p.. Sample containing about 7948 words from a periodical (domain: commerce)

    Smart Sids
    SMALL private investors are becoming increasingly smart bargain hunters by spotting firms on the recovery trail , says telephone stockbroker Sharelink .
    Bargain bosses offer a great deal

    F7N:

    (1981)

    I giggle when somebody
    erm ...
    no if you say giggle you 're actually saying the present tense, so giggles

    K3H: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Leisure pages

    (1982) u.p.. Sample containing about 29635 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Many involved in boxing will argue that people should be free to follow activities which are dangerous if they choose to do so.
    Physical contests of strength and skill are found in all cultures and seem to be a part of the human condition .
    But nobody can argue that boxers should not be given the fullest possible information on the long-term risks they run.

    FS3: The life and times of William Shakespeare: Oxford Bookworms edition

    (1983) Bassett, J, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993) , 1-48. Sample containing about 9599 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    " The theatre's on fire! "
    Wooden buildings burn fast , and Henry Condell shouted , " Everybody out !
    Quickly! "

    KJT:

    (1984)

    A hundred and forty-three for four.
    Interest to see how he plays David Lawrence when he gets his ... he 'll be , he can just slash him away on the off side .
    on nine, facing Tufnell, digs out a full-length ball and guides it down on the off side, poor old David Lawrence has to give another painful chase their from backward point, but er, he lumbers after it and sends it an energetic return on the er, he's swivelling round as he threw it.

    KM6:

    (1985)

    Didn't it have this sort of political pattern to it ... ...
    ... when you said they could've done it ...
    Well whatever they wanted to, whatever it was then ...

    J0Y: A Martian sends a postcard home

    (1986) Raine, Craig, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1979) , 1-46. Sample containing about 4166 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    It is time to go home
    to a wife in curlers
    like a barrister,

    FSW: The Bookseller

    (1987) J Whitaker & sons, London (1993-19-19) . Sample containing about 22809 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Confidence appears to be growing in the City that Pearson is at last developing a coherent focus – on its media and entertainment interest.
    Speculation in the weekend press suggests that, hard on its move into television production with its £99m purchase of Thames Television, Pearson is looking at a £100m deal *that (which) * would buy a substantial minority stake in the Asian satellite station Star TV.

    Star TV, owned jointly by Hutchison Whampoa and Hong Kong property and communications tycoon Li Ka-shing, broadcasts to 38 Asian countries from Hong Kong.

    BNN: And the policeman smiled

    (1988) Turner, Barry, Bloomsbury Publishing Ltd, London (1991) , 54-242. Sample containing about 40409 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    In the back rooms of Whitehall, where they worked on the knotty problem of what to do in a national emergency, there was a file on the likely effects of German air attacks on London.
    It started with the assumption that 100 , 000 bombs would fall on the capital within fourteen days of the declaration of war .
    Enormous casualties were anticipated.

    CAW: A preface to Wordsworth

    (1989) Purkis, John, Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1986) , 11-151. Sample containing about 38962 words from a book (domain: arts)

    John Clare testifies to the wholesale obliteration of landmarks, and the subsequent consciousness of alienation; The Female Vagrant is not so much a poem by Wordsworth as a case-history.
    The cottagers also lost their economic independence in areas unaffected by enclosure , *so_much (such,1.000) * as the Lake District .
    The new factories frequently centralized the processes of manufacture which had formerly been dispersed among the cottages, especially in the textile industries.

    H06: BBC Good Food

    (1990) Redwood Publishing Company., London (1991-19-19) . Sample containing about 34803 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Sugar and fat are also frowned on in the report because they can more easily lead to obesity than some other foods.
    " We are slowly realising that fat is a very effective means of making you put on weight .
    There seems to be a metabolic susceptibility to becoming fat on a high fat diet.

    J0P: The age of capital 1848-1875

    (1991) Hobsbawm, E J, Abacus, London (1977) , 203-316. Sample containing about 43183 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    It provided a genuine incentive for the worker to intensify his labour and thus raise his productivity, a guarantee against slacking, an automatic device for reducing the wage-bill in times of depression, aswell as a convenient method – by the cutting of piece-rates – to reduce labour costs and to prevent wages from rising higher than was thought necessary or proper.
    It divided workers from one another , since their earnings might vary widely even within the same establishment , or different types of labour might be paid in entirely different ways .
    Sometimes the skilled were actually a species of sub-contractor, paid by output, who hired their unskilled assistants at a flat time-wage and saw to it that they kept up the pace.

    EV5: Learning to care on the surgical ward

    (1992) Merchant, Jane and Attree, Moira, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent (1989) , 1-110. Sample containing about 25119 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The nurse's responsibility is then to prepare the patient for theatre in such a way as to avoid and/or prevent these whenever possible.
    The prevention of stress and anxiety has already been discussed in Chapter 3 .
    Nursing responsibilities

    AT6: Windsurfing: improving techniques

    (1993) Oakley, Ben, The Crowood Press, Marlborough, Wilts (1987) , 1-118. Sample containing about 35388 words from a book (domain: leisure)

    The weathermen are your best ally in making a good decision and probably the best coastal forecasts are those provided by " Marineline ".
    These forecasts are designed specifically for water users and provide a regional service throughout the UK .
    After a while you begin to be able to interpret the forecast for the sailing conditions in a particular region.

    FT8: What personal computer: the ultimate guide to choosing and using

    (1994) EMAP Business & Computing, London (1993-19-19) . Sample containing about 54962 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    For example, to run the DISKINFO program, just type in DISKINFO.
    GAME FORMAT
    This utility takes the boredom out of formatting disks by letting you play a game while you wait.

    HD0: [Minutes: Juniper Green Village Association]

    (1995) u.p.. Sample containing about 12518 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: social science)

    Pamphlet " Scotland " s Capital Region. "
    11 .
    Revenue Support Grant and Housing Support Grant 1991/92.

    AHE: Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-04: News and features

    (1996) The Daily Telegraph plc, London (1992-19-19) . Sample containing about 1236 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    It will lead to renewed demands that the judge should fix the amount of damages if a jury has decided that defamation has been proved or at least be given power to lay down minimum and maximum limits for juries.
    Since the Court of Appeal judgment in the Sonia Sutcliffe case , when damages of £600 , 000 awarded to the wife of the Yorkshire Ripper against Private Eye were reduced by *informed_consent (consent,1.000) * to £60 , 000 , judges have been encouraged to give general guidance to juries .
    Mr Justice Drake used this power to full in summing up in the Donovan case, warning the jurors that they should not think they had to " fix sums with lots of noughts on the end because it's fashionable ".

    ARY: The fundamentals of stability testing

    (1997) IFSCC, Weymouth (1992) , 5-23. Sample containing about 7733 words of miscellanea (domain: natural sciences)

    An accelerated stability study indicates only a probable shelf-life under given conditions; the longer the duration of the test the greater the probability.
    VIII .
    Conclusions

    JST:

    (1998)

    So he's a really ....
    He doesn't really , he's does he ?
    I thought it was just like Commentating that it hadn't

    FE5: The repatriations from Austria in 1945

    (1999) Cowgill, Brigadier Anthony, Sinclair-Stevenson Ltd, London (1990) , 1-112. Sample containing about 29300 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    The repatriation of Yugoslavs had now been proceeding for a week.
    Between 19 and 24 May , 12 , 196 Croats had already been handed over through 6 Armoured Division area , although many had been held in camps under 78 Division and 46 Division .
    On 24 May the first batch of 1, 000 Serbs had been moved from Viktring, and further lorry loads were leaving the camp during McCreery's visit.

    H7H: Loving and giving

    (2000) Keane, Molly, Andre Deutsch Ltd, UK (1988) , 3-123. Sample containing about 42226 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    Every item in it was parcelled separately, most of them tied with string ... "
    Ah , here we are , Mrs Geary pounced on a stout *small (little,0.929) * package , a thick blue paper bag , its mouth folded as securely as a glued envelope .
    " Take the lot up to Mrs Fox-Collier with the cook's compliments – wait, " she said, as Nicandra turned to leave, " there could be a scone ready for yourself. "

    FSV: The Bookseller

    (2001) J Whitaker & sons, London (1993-19-19) . Sample containing about 29021 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    PLR debate – memories of filibustering
    Funding of Public Lending Right was increased by Parliament last month , after a debate that echoed the filibustering that postponed the introduction of PLR through much of the 1970s .
    PLR was finally enacted in 1979, after an arduous battle in which Conservative MPs Roger (now Sir Roger) Moate and Iain Sproat, together with Labour MP Michael English, managed to hold up its progress by filibustering.

    AAP: The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-22: Foreign news pages

    (2002) Guardian Newspapers Ltd, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 8525 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    For example, coral islands such as the Maldives may keep ahead of a rise of 50-70m a century.
    Coral growth and the accretion of sediments in coastal mangroves will compensate .
    But the mining of coastal coral for building must stop or the protection which it gives against waves and flooding will be lost.

    FTV: The concept of reality

    (2003) Pivcevic, Edo, Gerald Duckworth & Company Ltd, London (1986) , 1-100. Sample containing about 39533 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    As to whether four-dimensional events ratherthan perceptual objects should be regarded as ontologically basic particulars, this is a metaphysical decision which need not concern us at the moment.
    It should be emphasised , however , that epistemologically at least any individuation of *so_much (such,1.000) * events can not but begin with an individuation of perceptual things , and consequently that its success or failure will inevitably depend upon the success or failure of the latter .
    With regard to " temporality " (in the sense in which this concept was used above) , this can not be regarded as a sufficient condition of particularity so long as it is not shown that temporality alone (in the indicated sense) ensures numerical identity of particulars; and if we are to be able to justifiably claim that it is a necessary condition of particularity, we must first show that there can be no extra-temporal particulars. "

    F7F:

    (2004)

    Shit!
    The boy is shit ! ...
    Altogether, mm.

    H78: A brief history of time

    (2005) Hawking, Stephen W, Bantam Press, London (1988) , 35-167. Sample containing about 43319 words from a book (domain: natural sciences)

    It was thought that a similar equation would govern the proton, which was the only other particle known at the time, and that would be the end of theoretical physics.
    However , the discovery of the neutron and of nuclear forces knocked that one on the head , too .
    Having said this, I still believe there are grounds for cautious optimism that we may now be near the end of the search for the ultimate laws of nature.

    K30: Belfast Telegraph: Religious affairs stories

    (2006) u.p.. Sample containing about 172 words from a periodical (domain: belief and thought)

    The inter-church document tackling the issue of sectarianism has been five years in the making.
    Reports of highbrow church committees are often of only limited interest but this 150-page document due next month should be read avidly across the *state (province,0.825) * .
    Proposal

    AD2: God save Ulster!

    (2007) Bruce, S, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1990) . Sample containing about 36359 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    Paisley was the sole DUP candidate and John Hume was the candidate for the SDLP, but the Official Unionists made the tactical mistake of fielding two candidates.
    Supporters in the west were asked to give their first preference to Harry West and their second to John Taylor ; those in the east , viceversa .
    Paisley's view of the EEC will be discussed in chapter 8.

    ALM: British journal of social work

    (2008) Oxford University Press, Oxford (1991-19-19) . Sample containing about 32585 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    Each will be part of a child-care process in which the strengths of one approach will be used to offset the weaknesses of others.
    Each will expand to contribute to a wide variety of approaches to children and families , *so_much (such,1.000) * as *preventive (preventative,0.846) * work , rehabilitation , substitute care , and therapy .
    There seems little probability of a resurrection of residential provision on a large scale although the number of specialist facilities may increase, mainly as a result of initiatives by voluntary associations.

    FBR: Photography

    (2009) Argus Specialist Publications, Hemel Hempstead (1990-19-19) . Sample containing about 12021 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Mike Roles ' half-lifesize photosculpture The Cricketer is the end result of a deep fascination, not with the game of cricket – he doesn't play it and he's no devotee – but with the movements of the players.
    " I remember watching a cricket match , he says , and thinking it was almost like some ritual dance , particularly the bowling : watching the *sod (guy,0.944) * contort and twist .
    Roles contacted a local cricket club, told them he wanted to photograph a bowler in action, and asked if they could help.

    A52: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-12: Sport section

    (2010) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 12270 words from a periodical (domain: leisure)

    Yesterday's initial tour selection is so strong as to make no difference.
    There are 10 of the players *that (who) * beat Australia in August, all but Mike Brewer having started each of New Zealand's five summer Tests.

    Indeed Alex Wyllie, their coach, already expects to reselect his Test team en bloc: " There won't be changes as long as those players keep their form. "

    ECM: Diana: her true story

    (2011) Morton, A, Michael O'Mara, London (1993) , 1-90. Sample containing about 37383 words from a book (domain: world affairs)

    The new Earl also inherited a 2.25 million bill for death duties as well as 80, 000 a year running costs.
    This did not prevent him paying for the installation of a swimming pool to amuse his children *that (who) * roamed around their new domain during the holidays.

    Diana spent her days swimming, walking around the grounds, driving in Charles's blue beach buggy and, of course, dancing.

    JJX:

    (2012)

    my Lord if we draft an order for your approval we can do the dates
    yes alright
    the only thing I will say

    GW3: Wycliffe and the scapegoat

    (2013) Burley, W J, Corgi Books, London (1987) , 27-158. Sample containing about 45137 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    I liked him coming and I shall miss him, but that's all.
    No strings -- - that's the attraction as much as anything .
    Incidentally, he gave me a very nice parting gift – two hundred and fifty pounds. "

    A1K: Independent, electronic edition of 1989-10-02: Listings section

    (2014) Newspaper Publishing plc, London (1989-19-19) . Sample containing about 1905 words from a periodical (domain: arts)

    Near Death Experience Hopefully simply a band name, not a prediction.
    Loud and tuneless , but has that ever been a problem before ?
    King's Head Fulham (details below) 8pm £2.

    H4D:

    (2015)

    Mhm.
    I would like
    Oh.

    H5W:

    (2016)

    Still got some of them.
    Still got some of them .
    Right, and the ... the distalgesic?

    FRJ: A land not theirs

    (2017) Marcus, David, Poolbeg, Dublin: Swords (1993) , 7-112. Sample containing about 36898 words from a book (domain: imaginative)

    He stiffened his legs, put the fiddle under his chin, and sounded the first notes of " The Manchester Martyrs ", a song in praise of three Fenians who had been captured in England and hanged over fifty years before.
    It was a ballad that since then had been sung and played in the streets and pubs of Ireland .
    That was a tune they 'd be familiar with – oh, by God they would.

    KLF: Albert Gunter: sermon

    (2018) Sample containing about 4661 words speech recorded in public context

    The promise was there.
    There's the land it's yours , I have promised it ... to your , to to your seed and to your , to you and to your seed , it's yours , it's there !
    Go ahead and take it!

    GUW: Women in England 1870-1950

    (2019) Lewis, Jane, Harvester & Wheatsheaf, Hemel Hempstead (1984) , 1-106. Sample containing about 43056 words from a book (domain: social science)

    The health and welfare of mothers suffered additionally because of the maldistribution of resources within the family.
    As Ellen Ross has observed , family socialism operated only among women and children .
    Many wives did not know what their husbands earned – as many as one-third of those surveyed in Middlesbrough in 1907 – and the vast majority of husbands kept back a proportion of their income for their own use.

    K98: [Sainsbury's magazines]

    (2020) u.p.. Sample containing about 9654 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    It's a good way to meet people from other countries.
    Usually a visit is made to their town one year and to the English town the next year .
    The people who run it try to fix up compatible ages, interests etc and it doesn't matter if you can't speak the lingo, they will find someone with a knowledge of the English language for you.

    G31: The Birmingham Magazine

    (2021) Birmingham University, Birmingham (1990-08) . Sample containing about 18810 words from a periodical (domain: social science)

    And please, if you have not already done so, keep us informed of where you are and what you are doing now.
    We have sent you another questionnaire with this magazine to help you to do this .
    Cover: Degas – Jockeys before the Race from the collection in the Barber Institute of Fine Arts

    HL2: Keesings Contemporary Archives

    (2022) Longman Group UK Ltd, Harlow (1990) . Sample containing about 44006 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs)

    Launched on Dec. 2, it had attracted media attention because it transported Toyohiro Akiyama, 48, a Japanese journalist, to the Mir space station[ see p. 37437].
    Moscow's Narodny Bank announced on Dec. 12 that a modified Juno mission , to *put (place,0.817) * a British citizen in space aboard the Mir space station , would go ahead in April or May 1991 [ see p. 37437 ] . # chosen line 894 among 1660 in ECB.txt as 2039 th sample (file 2039)
    Beveridge made proposals for a separation benefit, to be paid only in cases of formal separation not caused by the wife.
    This proposal was widely criticised.
    Women's organisations pointed out that it was impractical (who was to say who " caused " a separation?) and urged that there should be independent insurance for married women.

    G5R:

    (2023)

    They all came through right I think.
    Oh that's okay then .
    I mean me hands is ever

    ALV: Chemistry in Britain

    (2024) Royal Society of Chemistry, London (1992-01) . Sample containing about 46562 words from a periodical (domain: natural sciences)

    Br., 1991, 27, 1006) .
    Leslie Rose suggests that I defined a non-existent type of fat , namely a polysaturate .
    Actually, I made no attempt to define anything.

    BMT: The elements of earth mysteries

    (2025) Heselton, Philip, Element Books Ltd, Shaftesbury, Dorset (1991) , 1-100. Sample containing about 36727 words from a book (domain: belief and thought)

    The method has all the elements of a fictional adventure story, and yet it can not be dismissed so easily.
    it seems as if there were people in *earlier and medieval times*, aware of the significance of particular sites, who have, in some way we do not fully understand, left instructions and clues which can be followed by those who can tune in to them.

    DOWSING

    B0K: Cattle

    (2026) Porter, Valerie, A & C Black (Publishers) Ltd, London (1991) , 39-115. Sample containing about 41445 words from a book (domain: applied science)

    There are breed societies in the UK (1878; herdbook 1846) , Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Denmark, Ireland, New Zealand, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, the USA, Uruguay, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
    ENGLISH REDS
    In 1834, Baxter's Library of Agricultural and Horticultural Knowledge described only seven " breeds " in Britain: the long-horned, the middle-horned, the short-horned, the Welsh, the Polled or Galloway, the Scotch, and the Alderney or French.

    K4F: Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Applied Science pages

    (2027) u.p.. Sample containing about 2143 words from a periodical (domain: applied science)

    A Fiat spokesman is puzzled by your description of the part needed.
    He thinks you want either a windscreen wiper arm or a window regulator arm .
    The trade admit there can be problems obtaining some spares for the Fiat Strada, but Norman Watson, manager of the spares department of Stanley Motors, East Prescot Road, Liverpool (tel: assures us that if you contact him he will order the correct replacement for you.

    FUE:

    (2028)

    Because at one of our talks er before the financial advisor ... spoken to a chap that happened to be sitting near him when I moved outof this desk ... and he got rather a ... ... large investment ... and yet ... and and he was quite happy with his investment yet much to my astonishment he completed this application form for the investment advisor to advise him on his investment.
    I said , I wouldn't have you would have bothered. well he says he 'll tell me what he suggests and if it agrees with what I've got I'm a happy man aren't I .
    If it doesn't I can consider changing.

    K9S: [British Gas South Western leaflets]

    (2029) u.p.. Sample containing about 13601 words of unpublished miscellanea (domain: commerce)

    The Company's major investment in the latest technology means that gas is available whenever it is wanted.
    Safer , cleaner and with no damage to the visual environment gas is brought to the nation's customers quietly and efficiently .
    British Gas South Western