desires the favour of her to take
the two children in; poor lady, she will be undone, their house is all of a flame,' They took the children in very civilly, pitied the family in distress, and away came I with my bundle.
And now both gods and mortals were fast asleep through the livelong night, but upon Mercury alone, the bringer of good luck, sleep could take no hold for he was thinking all the time how to get King Priam away from the ships without his being seen by the strong force of sentinels.
man may lose one far dearer than Achilles has lost--a son, it may be, or a brother born from his own mother's womb; yet when he has mourned him and wept over him he will let him bide, for it takes much sorrow to kill a man; whereas Achilles, now that he has slain noble Hector, drags him behind his chariot round the tomb of his comrade.
Couples in love, do indeed, take
chances- they move in together after knowing each other for a short time, they change schools to be together, and they forgo condom usage thinking "this time won't end in a pregnancy." Taking chances has been studied under the rubric of "risk taking behavior".
Housing Authority, five years, incumbent Sam Gonyea had not taken out papers when The Item went to press; former Housing Authority member Esteban Mendoza did take
out papers for the seat.
2 : to carry or go with from one place to another <I'll take
you home.> <This bus will take
a sustained-release, first-generation antihistamine (the kind that can make you drowsy) like diphenhydramine (Benadryl), chlorpheniramine (Chlor-Trimeton), bromphenifamine (Dimetapp), or clemastine (Contac, Tavist).
Shouldn't people automatically expect to take
one when their diagnosis is relapsing MS?
To operate at peak performance, take
stock of your physical, emotional, and mental levels of initiative, awareness, and focus.
There isn't any one reason girls take
pills, but the fact that most families have at least some type of drug, whether over-the-counter or prescribed, so easily accessible in their medicine cabinets is a gigantic influence.
On its face, the recommendation that the federal government take
more control of healthcare is not logical.
For example, if employees need to take
a short leave to care for a spouse, they can use only part of their paid family leave allotment.