She told me the better I behaved the better I should be treated, and that it was wisest always to do my best to please my master; "but," said she, "there are a great many kinds of men; there are good thoughtful men like our master, that any horse may be proud to serve; and there are bad, cruel men, who never ought to have a horse or dog to call their own
And I believe the only people who are free from that weakness are those who have no work to call their own
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
New York City's Mayor Bloomberg recently promised the Jets that they would have a home to call their own
as part of New York's Olympic dream.
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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