It is not true that MMC has not been taking care
of its open pits.
Penny Wagner wrote a book called, “Two Elephants in a Bathtub Taking Care
Like a good coach whose job is to take care of the practice, how to prepare the team and what are the strengths and weaknesses of the rival team, he is taking care
of all such things so it's nice to work with him," said Misbah.
Dubai Families taking care
of elderly members at home have found a new source for help and education through a film launched by the Community Development Authority (CDA) yesterday at Cinestar Cinema, Mall of Emirates.
As the senior enlisted leader of the command, my first responsibility is taking care
of our Soldiers around the globe.
Let's hope that as well as taking care
of their own pockets they're also taking care
synonyms: careful and cautious mean taking care
to avoid trouble.
Some of these kids have never been loved or taken care of in the way we are taking care
of these dogs," said program founder Cindy Vickers.
He has a passion for working, and he especially loves taking care
of his customers.
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It also means that you must move the nozzles and electric box around as a group, taking care
not to damage the housings, heaters, or wire connections.
The three priorities are in fact winning the Global War on Terror, taking care
of our people, and recapitalizing.
Everyone at the hospital was so kind and considerate and no praise could be high enough for the excellent work in taking care
of my mother and ourselves during out very long stays at the hospital.