Yes, yes, I will take his keys, I will open the door for
The victim was forced to open the door for
BAGHDAD / NINA / A member of the Oil and Energy Committee, of the National Alliance MP Furat al-Shara said that the adoption of decentralization in the oil sector and open the door for investment to the private sector to build refineries and oil reservoirs will liberate the oil wealth from the hands of the government and eliminate unemployment and poverty.
He told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / that "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's call, during lay the foundation stone for a refinery in Karbala, to the adoption of decentralization in the oil sector and open the door for the private sector , and facilitate granting approvals to applicants in the field of investment to the oil sector, will change the course of state toward the economic development for the advancement of the country's economy .
When I was trying to fathom out how to get out of the door (which opened inwards) of the first store, a lady walking past outside, stopped and came over to open the door for
WASHINGTON (PAN): With considerable progress being made toward signing the strategic partnership pact with Afghanistan, America's other important goal is to open the door for
talks with the Taliban, a diplomat said on Wednesday.
On the other hand we could be waiting for someone we know and appreciate, like the watchful servants in the parable "who are waiting for their master to return from the wedding banquet, so that they may open the door for
him as soon as he comes and knocks" (Luke 12:35).
Years ago, when young Yeger left the Seder table to open the door for
this mystical guest, she suspected that her parents gulped from Elijah's cup, fooling her, just as Jewish parents have fooled kids for generations: He came
The agents then heard the door chain being engaged, scuffling of feet, someone running to the rear of the apartment, and a voice saying, "Don't open the door for
There's a tradition that we open the door for
Elijah to come in, and everybody distracts the children while dad drinks from the glass: `Ooh, Elijah has been here,' '' congregation President Anne Aldrich said.