Example sentences of "have [adv] [vb pp] [adv] from " in BNC.

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1 Finally it will be bundled with a Windows-based graphical client , something that Pick has long shied away from , but which it now accepts that is on a number of users ' ‘ tick-boxes ’ .
2 It is not unknown for barbel to pull a rod into the water with a speed and viciousness that has to be seen to be believed , even when the angler has only glanced away from his rod for a few seconds .
3 But despite being subject to the second wave of pan-European reform in psychiatry since the 1940s , France has not moved away from the asylums with any speed .
4 In eight years of operation , the VSOE charter train has not strayed far from its original concept .
5 And although attendance during the rainy season was poor , the company 's projection of 11m visitors for the first year has not proved far from the mark .
6 So far this argument has not departed far from the ‘ radical social control ’ position outlined above .
7 ‘ While the Chris Hani case did have a tremendous impact on South Africa it has not taken away from investigations into the murders of Julie and Elizabeth . ’
8 Both roles have involved handing out criticism , a task he has not held back from especially in this , the last year before he retires .
9 Since then home viewing has largely taken over from cinema going but there does not seem to have been much criticism of the format as such but perhaps more so the screen size .
10 The modem newspaper horoscope has largely taken over from dream-books , although they are still published , and still draw largely on the works of Artemidorus ( or claim to ) .
11 The madman has just flown in from Rome on a whim , to spend a few days with me here .
12 My first book was an experiment to see if I could write and it has just gone on from there . ’
13 Parents : When they play into wrong hands What can you do if you take an instant dislike to the friend your daughter or son has just brought home from school ?
14 When I quip that he sounds as if he has just come round from anaesthetic , Eva says , ‘ He has . ’
15 ‘ This report has just come in from the Environments Officer .
16 One British firm has just come back from France with almost £1m for its contribution towards landscaping .
17 ‘ He has just come back from Canada and he will go back to Canada . ’
18 A film editor friend has just come back from a couple of weeks of yoga , a music producer I know goes to St James , Piccadilly , where they have spiritual talks on a Monday evening , while a designer friend does Chi-Kung , a Chinese movement like Tai-Chi , where you have to ‘ stand like a tree ’ .
19 Pierre Berton , who wrote the books , has just got back from Vancouver .
20 May I remind him that the London Arts Board , which has just taken over from Greater London Arts , is settling down well to the work of funding arts associations throughout London .
21 Meanwhile , hundreds more job losses have been announced in an area which has already suffered heavily from the recession .
22 There is a considerable shake-up at the Northern Ireland Office , where Sir Patrick Mayhew has already taken over from Mr Peter Brooke as Secretary of State .
23 It has already spread out from its core business , and is spreading wider still , from software into the information business itself .
24 Hewlett-Packard Co , which markets Sequoia 's 68040-based fault-tolerant Unix machines as the HP 9000 Series 1200 line , has already backed off from investing new money to protect its investment in the company , where it holds an 8% stake .
25 Instead new development has gradually gravitated away from North Shields and is now much nearer to Whitley Bay [ then a separate local authority ] .
26 Fewer requests for confirming analysis take place from the conceptual end , but a greater number are initiated through the scheming process which has gradually taken over from the conceptual phase as the main centre of the design work .
27 TAFF Gregory , the Army cook who won a Gulf War BEM ( Eating Out August 14 ) , has quickly marched on from the Hartforth Hall Hotel at Gilling West , near Richmond .
28 Zambia has also suffered economically from destabilization and economic sabotage first by the white Rhodesian regime and then by South Africa , and from the knock-on effects of the wars in neighbouring Angola and Mozambique .
29 Yet another Robinson , Mark of Yorkshire , has also emerged successfully from trying times this season .
30 The burden of debt has also declined slightly from its peak 1981 levels , but as a result of curtailed imports rather than increased hard currency earnings .
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