and a servant threw open the door to
allow Billina and her ten fluffy chicks to enter the Throne-Room.
The Open Doors': I open the door to
ravines of laughter.
We advise residents to be cautious of unknown callers and not to open the door to
them until they are absolutely sure their business is legitimate," said a West Mercia Police spokesman.
Philadelphia hopes to see a significant increase in the number of students who place out of algebra in high school, which would open the door to
higher level math and science in high school.
The standards are tremendous," Princehouse said, "and they don't open the door to
Peter Abajian, executive director of the Armenian Assembly of America Western Region Office expects the MOU to open the door to
a variety of cultural and business exchanges between Armenia and California - home to 500,000 to 600,000 Armenian-Americans.
QUESTION: It's been said that when you open the door to
employee suggestions, you see improvements.
By qualifying under this program an owner would open the door to
qualifying for richer and deeper 421-a or J-51 benefits as may be applicable.
This international competition will place an intense pressure on the Chinese pharmaceutical industry, and further open the door to
a lucrative market for non-Chinese companies, especially for pharmaceutical producers and manufacturers.
But they said they do not expect the alliance leaders to open the door to
the use of ground troops in the campaign.
The measure would also open the door to
public funding of religion by guaranteeing "equal access" to government benefits.
This is a giant leap forward as this will open the door to
secured, wireless or remote connectivity, PDA or tablet PC integration, as well as seamless integration of other partner offerings.
Very simply, it would open the door to
federal involvement - and eventual domination and control - over what should be a local issue.
NAR urged the FDIC to deny the petition sought by the Financial Services Roundtable because it would harm the ability of states to protect their citizens; result in undue concentration of banking services and fewer choices for consumers; open the door to
the mixing of banking and commerce; undermine the state banking system; and disrupt the competitive balance among financial service providers.
His father had taken his mother to a medical appointment, leaving explicit instructions not to open the door to