A lot of schools don't have the staff to be able to support candidates as calls roll
in, or they might not have sophisticated systems to track people and where they are in the decision cycle.
Confusion only grows when Obama's first American school teacher, Miss Hefty, "calls roll
and the mostly white school children hear a strange name: 'Barack Hussein Obama.'" Titters quickly break across the room.
But how many treatment facilities let phone calls roll
to voice mail, lack appropriate after-hours coverage, have intake staff that cannot answer clinical questions, or undervalue the importance of their intake team?
Instead of answering them, you let all 100 calls roll
into voice mail.
Volvo also equipped the vehicle with an active stability enhancing system it calls roll
stability control (RSC), which was developed by Volvo and parent-company Ford Motor Co.
Abraham Lincoln calls roll
, and Bill Clinton delivers a speech.
The California state Senate does not vote electronically; rather, it calls roll
The other 20K Jun 95 calls rolled
to November yesterday, monetizing $8.7M in profits and paying $16.6M for the Nov 100 calls.
Inspector calls ROLLS
Royce always kept a close eye on the coachbuilders that bodied its cars and Rippon Bros had regular inspections.
Floods of phone calls rolled
in and volumes of postcards landed on my desk.
He calls rolls
"the cornerstone of the business," and--like other frozen dough producers--supports the "roll bin" concept 100%.
Size ratio spread in Chesapeake as short calls rolled