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i have come across the following sentence when i read Margaret Thatcher's speech: ‘Let me give you my vision’:

"But their are others with special gifts who should also have their chance, because if the adventurers who strike out in new directions in science, technology, medicine, commerce and industry the arts are hobbled, there can be no advance. "

is it a correct sentence? what is "their are..."? or should it be "there are"?
what is the meaning of "the arts" in the sentence?
can someone explain it to me please?
many thanks!
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That's not a sentence - it's just a big old noun phrase.

cheque got cancelled from bank

Teachers: We supply a list of EFL job vacancies

Please check with them when the system will be up?

book ladder 50

Please check with them when the system will be up?

It seems that you're mixing two different things. You want one of the following:

Please check with them when the system comes up.
(Wait until the system is up, and then check (something) with them.)

Please ask them when the system will be up (again).
(Say to them When will the system be up (again)?)

Note also that there is no question mark in either case.

CJ