I hope you decide to take the job.
If you decide to take the job, have your things ready then.
I'll try to dig up an old case file if you decide you want my help.
If you decide to live, let me know.
She'd been on the verge of dying, discussing how her impending death forced her to decide whether she wanted to live or mourn.
Just tell me what happened and I'll decide what I shouldn't hear.
If I decide not to keep her, I'll kill her, Darkyn finished.
It clearly states that we have the right to decide when and where.
"Ask me again when you decide to follow the path at your feet," Fate said.
Still shaken from her discussion with Gabriel, she couldn.t decide if she wanted to run to the comfort of Rhyn.s arms or send him away for good, before Gabriel took her away.
She stiffened at the reality and couldn't decide if it were good to keep the distance between them or if she really wanted more.
Don't decide anything tonight.
If you decide to leave, I will respect that, but be a gentleman about it.
Well, if you ever decide to get down my way, drop in and see me.
I had a little bit of make-up and was trying to decide how much to put on.
Did you decide not to get the rabbits, or do you have too much to do already?
Carmen waited for him to decide to leave, but he stood there as if wanting to talk.
I decide who I want to be around, not you or anyone else.
I will decide for myself where his loyalty is.
He might decide to accept that inheritance.
Turning first one way and then the other in front of the mirror, she tried to decide what it was about the dress that Denton found so objectionable.
He squeezed her forearms in reminder she wasn't able to do anything about it if he did decide to bite her.
The fact that the two components can be recovered from the compound by destroying it does not decide the question.
The kitten looked at the horse thoughtfully, as if trying to decide whether he meant it or not.
Let him decide the matter for us.
That mindset—"Why don't we decide what kind of world we want to live in and then make it?"—permeated our collective consciousness for a long time.
I am hardly prepared to decide that question, or even give an opinion regarding it.
An afternoon sufficed to lay out the land into orchard, wood-lot, and pasture, and to decide what fine oaks or pines should be left to stand before the door, and whence each blasted tree could be seen to the best advantage; and then I let it lie, fallow, perchance, for a man is rich in proportion to the number of things which he can afford to let alone.
But before Pierre could decide what answer he would send, the countess herself in a white satin dressing gown embroidered with silver and with simply dressed hair (two immense plaits twice round her lovely head like a coronet) entered the room, calm and majestic, except that there was a wrathful wrinkle on her rather prominent marble brow.