a person on the DNC list without an exemption could mean getting slapped with stiff fines--$11,000 per violation--by the FTC's enforcement division.
For example, several large insurers created accidental death and dismemberment products that were just like the ones already on the market and then used sheer volume calling
to try to garner a piece of the market.
Although I have never experienced a call to the priesthood personally, I feel deeply grieved that our church rejects the fulfillment of the calling
of so many, merely because they are women.
is an aural art-hard through the pages of a magazine-but some tips and ideas that have worked for me and others over the years may help you get a better handle on duck calling
multiplicata males are likely to be in poorer condition, says Pfennig, and may lack the energy reserves to do their own calling
. Michael J.
"Expect that tomorrow IP telephony companies will be calling
, asking you to switch from MCI or Sprint to their Internet-based service."
There can be concern with devices used outside the base station network kicking into higher power, so external calling
in should be watched.
This is [interviewer's name] calling
on behalf of the Florida Association of Senior Citizens.
Once you have stated your reason for calling
, listened to the physician's logic, and rendered your decision, you become mute.
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The hotline encourages members to submit questions in writing electronically as an alternative to calling
the toll-free number.
Still, we might ask what it signifies that the new prophet, Elisha, feeds his work animals (his means of production) to the people of his community and only then moves on to the calling
of the prophet.
The bill would make the process of answering calls more complicated, because businesses would have to determine whether customers who are calling
are in New Jersey or another state, and "the technology isn't there yet," he said.