It in a sentence

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It’s one thing doing up an application and seeing it go onto an endless tape and be fed into the maw of a machine and then to receive, in a matter of moments, a neatly printed rejection.
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It’s another thing to receive an appointment to be interviewed by a placement officer in the Commissariat of Interplanetary Affairs, Department of Personnel.
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And if that’s the way They want it, it’s Their business.
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It’s probably some outfit in charge of cleaning the heads on space liners.
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Well, it’s no problem,” the guard-guide said.
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Possibly it’s true that he sometimes gets the blame for accomplishments not his.
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So Section G suspects it’s a possible Tommy Paine case.
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I think he does, and if so, it’s our job to get him and put him out of circulation.
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It’s a fragile institution with practically no independent powers to wield.
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It’s no mistake that Articles One and Two are the basic foundation of the Charter.
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It’s not always the nicest job in the system.
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Be sure it’s adjusted to his code.
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It’s in this report on you.
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The trouble with the human race is that it’s got too far away from nature.
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See, it’s tuned to you alone,” he said.
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Look, it’s impossible for one man to accomplish all this.
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Then, once it’s toppled, he spends the rest of his life trying to set up a new government—and he’s usually unsuccessful.
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It’s open,” when Ronny Bronston knocked.
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At any rate, it’s been working for some time.
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And Sid thinks it’s Tommy Paine’s work?
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Examples of It

Example #1
At least he’d got far enough to wind up with a personal interview.
Example #2
It’s another thing to receive an appointment to be interviewed by a placement officer in the Commissariat of Interplanetary Affairs, Department of Personnel.
Example #3
It’s one thing doing up an application and seeing it go onto an endless tape and be fed into the maw of a machine and then to receive, in a matter of moments, a neatly printed rejection.
Example #4
Ronny Bronston was under no illusions.
Example #5
If and when They want to contact me—one of Their puppets dangling from a string—then I suppose They’ll do it.
Example #6
The other said interestedly, “You think that if there is a Higher Power and if It ever wants to get in touch with you, It will?