TRAGICMany Scots children have no home to call their own
All they ask is for a few square feet to call their own
She caters to the needs of her nurse customers--giving them the freedom to call their own
shots in terms of scheduling--no mandated calls, no minimum hours required to stay on staff, and pay at the top of the local scale.
It feels really good" to be a homeowner, Maddrey says, especially because her two sons, Arrin, 12, and Mekhi, 1, now have a place to call their own
and no longer live in a cramped two-bedroom apartment.
Angel Rodriguez'' was shown to citizens of Covenant House/Los Angeles, a nonprofit group striving to give homeless and runaway teens a place to call their own
Very small children love stories and also love a book to call their own
Coaches who have confidence it their catcher or pitcher should allow them to call their own
In some cases communities have spent between $5,000 and $10,000 searching for a doctor to call their own
LOS ANGELES -- Nintendo DS[TM] owners will finally have a NARUTO game to call their own
But now they face a bleak Christmas with no home to call their own
The timing was right for one more to call their own
FORMER government minister Brian Wilson described list MSPs those top-up politicians without a constituency to call their own
as ``underemployed'' and a ``waste of space''.
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I know of no other company here that is giving African American students cubicles to call their own
with laptops and a laser printer on their premises.
They'll have something nice, new that somebody thought of for them and they'll be able to call their own