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Technicians from Wisconsin have come to Boston to test their equipment on the Constitution, and the Navy has sent the laboratory examples of live oak and white oak that exhibited deterioration.
My sister has fallen asleep on the floor and I wish my mother would come to get us.
The Kaiser training sessions helped managers to first identify and come to terms with their own cultural backgrounds, and secondly to understand and appreciate other peoples' cultures and values.
The original characters come to life in a brand new design, to light up imaginations.
Rephidim, the site in Exodus, is the last stopping place of the Israelites before they come to Mt.
We want (people) to come to the United States to work and to visit and to study.