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Coercion in sentence






bncdoc.id B2E David Lee's classification W_biography bncdoc.author Saunders-Veness, Frances bncdoc.date 1989 bncdoc.title Oh! sister I saw the bells go down. bncdoc.info Oh! sister I saw the bells go down. Sample containing about 26166 words from a book (domain: world affairs) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

We did not get to the top of Helvellyn . We climbed a little further and Arthur cooled off in the tarn . We really were thinking of the Russians . Hitler was so very strong , and backed up by the Italians could put all the weight of his Panzers against the Soviets . The RAF had the unenviable task of bombing the Nazi munition factories , knowing that they were manned by forced labour from conquered European countries . I was(tense) remembering what my father had told me about other conquering heroes who had tried to attack the great bear . ` He has done for himself now ' I finally said as we came down through Grasmere to get some transport back to our room . We both knew of Napoleon 's retreat . It would surely happen again .

Informal

bncdoc.id AD1 David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Hill, Susan bncdoc.date 1969 bncdoc.title Gentleman and ladies. bncdoc.info Gentleman and ladies. Sample containing about 43055 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1960-1974 Text type Written books and periodicals

I have worked , I have exhausted myself day in day out , for years , and nobody has ever considered my age or health , it never entered my mother 's head that I might welcome a break , new surroundings , a chance to be waited on . Well , she is comfortably settled in now , being very well looked after , and in a wholly suitable atmosphere . She is back in the house that she is always(r) remembering and talking endlessly about , she has her precious Miss Cress . And I can go away on a holiday at last . It was a comfort that the money was solidly there , presenting no problems and solving many .

bncdoc.id G06 David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Ellis, Alice T bncdoc.date 1989 bncdoc.title The clothes in the wardrobe. bncdoc.info The clothes in the wardrobe. Sample containing about 39979 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

It was n't that I thought myself deserving of more delight than was offered the mass of mankind ( I told myself ) but that the common lot seemed so dire . I would n't let myself think how I had hoped to marry Nour and the happiness I had anticipated . Incredulity at my own stupidity almost made me laugh , for Nour would , without a shadow of a doubt , have many , many wives and not one of them would ever be happy . Lili and my mother were still(t) remembering . They were talking of Mr Monro , who had died , it seems , of whisky and soda many years before : before I was born . They spoke of him as ` Syl 's father ' and I thought that death , like marriage , depersonalised people . Now he was dead he was no longer Jack Monro but only Syl 's father , the dead husband of Mrs Monro , and soon I would be Margaret Monro . Everything was a reflection of death , not only birth but marriage .




bncdoc.id EV1 David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Lessing, Doris bncdoc.date 1986 bncdoc.title The good terrorist. bncdoc.info The good terrorist. Sample containing about 33620 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Ownership has not been claimed Publication date 1985-1993

He wanted to know what the women 's commune was like that Roberta and Faye frequented . What the connection was between lesbians and the revolutionary formulations of the political women . Alice offered pamphlets and books , which she would procure for him . He nodded , but pressed on : How did women like Faye and Roberta see the relations between men and women after the revolution ? Alice suppressed an impulse to say : Liquidate all men . She was (tense) remembering long and hot arguments with Milly and Helen in Liverpool where she , Alice , had said that their attitude amounted to a contempt for men so total that in effect they suppressed all serious thought about them . What Alice said was , There are many different formulations in the Women 's Movement .




bncdoc.id G1L David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Wood, B bncdoc.date 1993 bncdoc.title Rebel angel. bncdoc.info Rebel angel. Sample containing about 45899 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

` You are well come , ' he said at last , and the Trees inclined their heads again . ` They 'll like that , ' murmured Oisin to Snizort . ` It 's the ancient welcoming Ritual and , in all of the stories , the Tree Spirits set very great store by rituals . And they 'll like the fact that it 's a Prince of Ireland who has been sent to talk to them . ' Tealtaoich , facing the Tree Spirits , was(tense) remembering this as well . Then , hoping he could remember enough of the ancient language of chivalry and selecting his words with extreme care , he said , ` Good Trees , we ask your assistance , ' and saw the Elms nod to one another meaningfully , as if they had been expecting all along to be asked to do something for the Humans .




bncdoc.id G1S David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Nash, E bncdoc.date 1993 bncdoc.title Strawberries and wine. bncdoc.info Strawberries and wine. Sample containing about 39838 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

` It 's O.K. Cassie , ' Ben said , the rather grim look disappearing , to be replaced by one of his lovely smiles . ` As soon as I mentioned walking boots I knew you would n't want to come . Another time perhaps . ' ` Sure , ' said Cassie . ` I 'd like that . ' When they reached home , Ben walked with her to her front porch . ` Shall I come in with you , or will you be all right ? ' he asked , and she wondered if he was(tense) remembering that other time . ` I 'll be fine , ' she said . ` It was lovely . Ask me again , wo n't you ? ' On a sudden impulse , she reached up to him ( but not as far as she might otherwise have had to do , because of the heels ) and slipped her hands behind his head . He moved to touch her arms and she lightly brushed his lips with hers .




bncdoc.id JY0 David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Grey, Alice bncdoc.date 1993 bncdoc.title Hearts in hiding. bncdoc.info Hearts in hiding. Sample containing about 64220 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

` That 's right . The baby who nearly did n't make it . ' ` Kate Maybury is my grandmother , Miss Rose . And Celia Hazell is her niece , a sort of cousin of mine . ' Miss Rose took the photograph and scrutinised it . ` So she delivered her niece 's baby . I was n't aware of that , but then there was no one else . The doctor came too late to do it . And she made a jolly good job of it . ' ` She did . ' Juliet was(tense) remembering Celia 's frightened voice as she asked her to tell her the blood results before anyone else . That dark-haired baby , Donna , looked nothing like Alan -- or Celia -- What was she thinking ? That Celia had cheated on her husband ? It would explain her panic , her anxiety . She saw again the words on the back of the snapshot : Baby Donna , born April 10th . Donna Hazell had been born at Thorn House on the same day as herself !




bncdoc.id JY1 David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Steele, Jessica bncdoc.date 1991 bncdoc.title His woman. bncdoc.info His woman. Sample containing about 45851 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

And , should he chance to find it , it was little short of criminal , the state he was in , to allow him to drive it . ` I think you 'd better rest here for a while , ' she followed him out of the kitchen and into the sitting-room to tell him . She thought , as what she said registered and he looked towards the couch , that he looked grateful , and wondered if he was (tense) vaguely remembering that the last time he 'd been plastered he had spent the night on that same couch . ` Oh , I think we can do better than that this time , ' she told him , as she steered him from the sitting-room and along the hall and into Sebastian 's bedroom . Fifteen minutes later Travis was sleeping like a baby .




bncdoc.id JY3 David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Ash, Rosalie bncdoc.date bncdoc.title Love by design. bncdoc.info Love by design. Sample containing about 51729 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Ownership has not been claimed Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

She blinked and scoured her brain desperately for a neutral topic of conversation to deflect his attention , but the question which emerged proved far from neutral . ` Do you see much of your family ? ' She did n't know why she felt compelled to probe . But , for some reason , the answer did n't surprise her . ` Up until recently , as little as possible . ' ` That sounds rather … bitter ? ' She was(tense) remembering his expression the night she 'd blacked out , when he 'd first mentioned his father . ` We ca n't all play happy families . A lot of families are hell . You 're lucky if you survive them at all . ' The bland lack of intonation did n't fool her . Guy Sterne did n't just avoid seeing his family , he did n't like talking about them either . Curiosity deepened . ` Were you an only child ? '




bncdoc.id JYC David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author George, Catherine bncdoc.date 1991 bncdoc.title Out of the storm. bncdoc.info Out of the storm. Sample containing about 54713 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

There was a strong smell of fuel , and the water was like ice round my feet as I pushed the boat out before jumping in … ' She stared at him , breathing faster . ` Penry ! That part was n't in the dream . ' He leapt up to take the mug from her shaking hand . ` All right , my lovely . Gently now . ' He sat on the bed and slid his arm round her shoulders . She twisted round to look up at him . ` I was(tense) actually remembering the first part ! Clearly , too . But from then on it 's all mixed up . I ca n't tell where the real bits and the dream overlap . ' Penry 's arms tightened . ` Do n't worry about it . It 's probably an indication that your memory 's about to return . ' Leonora tried to smile back , shocked to find herself suddenly unsure about wanting her memory to return . Gullholm had been her entire world for almost a fortnight , except for the trip to the nursing home .




bncdoc.id ASS David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Williams, Nigel bncdoc.date 1990 bncdoc.title The Wimbledon poisoner. bncdoc.info The Wimbledon poisoner. Sample containing about 41153 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

Sometimes Henry wondered whether the junk food industry was going to be able to take the kind of demands Maisie was going to make on it in the years ahead . Occasionally , for some obscure reason of her own , Elinor was pleasant . Henry could not quite work out why , since her pleasantness was not always followed by a request for money or some other favour ; perhaps she was(tense) remembering something he had quite forgotten , an incident during their courtship perhaps ( they must have had a courtship ) or a Henry , now lost to Henry himself , who could have inspired feelings such as pleasure . Or perhaps this was part of some internal clock of hers and , at some moments , often weeks or months apart , Elinor was programmed to be briefly but definitely pleasant .

Spoken

bncdoc.id JYM David Lee's classification S_unclassified bncdoc.author bncdoc.date bncdoc.title bncdoc.info TNT training session: seminar. Sample containing about 11849 words speech recorded in business context Text availability Ownership has not been claimed Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Spoken context-governed

We are gon na be all right . Okay let's get Even though it 's fantastically interesting but er erm let me just get a bit of feedback from . How did that feel ? Was it easy or Oh a nightmare . Oh what did description . Yeah . What was difficult about it ? Let's just analyze a little bit what was difficult . What did you find easy what was difficult ? By the time you remembered what they 'd said erm The first bit . the first bit yeah you 're remembering the last bit when you 're remembering that you 've forgot the first bit (a). Cos by the time you said , What did I just say ? So it 's the amount of information Yeah . Too intense to listen . What d' ya mean by that Karen ? Well you sort of like say for instance erm we heard of recent burglary . You are thinking burglary while she 's saying , I 'm . So all you can remember is You 're obviously evaluating the message Yeah .




bncdoc.id KBW David Lee's classification S_conv bncdoc.author bncdoc.date bncdoc.title bncdoc.info 62 conversations recorded by `Dorothy' (PS087) between 13 and 20 March 1992 with 25 interlocutors, totalling 19706 s-units, 115332 words, and over 13 hours 0 minutes 42 seconds of recordings. Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Spoken demographic

Not next Saturday . Why ca n't I have it on Saturday ? But last Saturday you did n't . No the I did . Saturday before that you did n't did you ? Neither did you . Yes the previous Saturday you did n't want it . Oh did n't I ? The rest of us had it . Beg pardon . I 'd forgotten that one . The Saturday before that none of us had it cos we were at granny and grandpa 's . Oh that was what I was(tense) remembering . And the Saturday before that none of us had it cos you were gallivanting up and down the country with the Correct . the railways . So you have n't seen grandma presumably just sort of spoke to her ? No we just rang her up . Very briefly . Have you been out anywhere car . We 've never had the car out all day . What ? I thought it was more sensible to walk to the library rather than go in the car cos Yeah . I thought it was good for us .
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