How to use be a matter of in a sentence

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It would only be a matter of time before electronic devices became commonplace objects in the classroom.
It will be a matter of judgment whether and how to take account of indirect evidence.
However, one unconfirmed report suggests it could be a matter of days before the company ceases to offer any service at all.
This doesn't seem to be a matter of complete ungrammaticality, since some of the hits certainly seem perfectly fine to me.
Your editorial last week showed a naivety bordering on crass stupidity when you argued that smoking in pubs should be a matter of choice.
But this is a slow process and it could be a matter of months before we have any results.
In practice this is largely going to be a matter of guesswork though so you can't really plan too deeply.
Now Mrs Pratley, a lettings manager, fears it will only be a matter of time before her son has a fall.
And this fight to the obliterative finish ultimately cannot be a matter of killing people and toppling regimes.
It could be a matter of sitting in a quiet room, or walking in a park, or going to a church, and then gradually and gently calming down.
Lest all this appears to be a matter of course, it is important to strike a note of extreme caution.
It can only be a matter of time before I'm indulging in home brewing of real ale, or pottering around my garden while doing some pruning.
Those are two basic golden rules, and they appear to me to be a matter of logic.
It will just be a matter of the device beeping when the degree of flexion exceeds permissible limits.
It will be a matter of future government policy, but certainly they would go a long way toward wiping out the deadweight debt of the province.
The smallpox dilemma has no simple answers, and making the correct decision may, literally, be a matter of life and death.
Though he failed to make an appearance on that occasion, it can only be a matter of time before he makes his international debut.
If not, it will only be a matter of time before there are gangland killings on our doorstep.
These days, everything in football has to be a matter of earth-shaking significance.
With such beautiful innovations, it can only be a matter of time before the fashion industry comes knocking.
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Examples from Classical Literature
It did not appear to him to be a matter of a dark night and a propinquity and so on.
If he didn't take this inventory, his net worth would be a matter of guess work.
Of course this may be a matter of anabolism, pure and simple.
It will always be a matter of opinion and compromise, requiring much skill and much patience.
How far this step was well-judged may be a matter of opinion.
Nature offers me nothing that may not be a matter of doubt and inquietude.
The rain happily stopped, and I prepared for our walk, which, through the park and by the good road to the village, would be a matter of twenty minutes.
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