Lucille gathered up her skirts, making room for
him by her side on a small sofa.
"Pass, Janet," said he, making room for
me to cross the stile: "go up home, and stay your weary little wandering feet at a friend's threshold."
"We're making room for
you to find them and for them to find you."
The growth in the comedy scene is huge and I am glad the show is making room for
'By making room for
others, we become agents of God's hands,' Tagle said.
The study authors concluded that a split visit may be the best way to get teens to open up and could help parents feel better about making room for
a teen's privacy.
PRINCE William visits the throne on a trip to the Royal Navy Submarine Museum - perhaps making room for
the shot of rum he was about to swig.
The scheme marks Remember A Charity Week (September 17 to 23), which aims to encourage more people to think about making room for
a charity in their will.
Humphries and his pals drew attention from a group of models, with the athletes happily making room for
them at their table, a spy told the New York Post.
Hopefully this time next week they will be making room for
some exciting new exhibits.
They show through psychological, economic and sociological research how the normative ideal of perfect rationality is making room for
a more sustainable ideal of a perfectible but never quite perfect self-regulating rationality that is aware of its own incompleteness and able to face uncertainty.
What gets temporalized is the ways of making room for
a meaningful articulation of the world.
I for one am sick of being stranded at the bus stop only because these students refuse to move down the bus, making room for
"The Uncluttered Heart: Making Room for
God During Advent and Christmas" presents much inspiration for the religious in remembering God and Jesus through this hectic and stressful time.