Wherever possible, it is perhaps best for the blind or visually impaired student to dictate to a sighted helper.
But Medina itself was being corrupted by the constant influx of captives, who, employed at first as servants, soon became powerful enough to dictate to their masters.
I will Myself dictate to thee what thou shalt write."
2 1920, which declared that " it is not within the intention nor can it be regarded as the duty of the principal Allied Powers to intervene in the internal affairs of Hungary or to dictate to the Hungarian people what form of Government or of Constitution they shall adopt: nevertheless the Powers cannot allow the restoration of the Habsburg dynasty to be regarded as a question concerning the Hungarian nation alone.
The new German empire, consolidated through wars with Catholic Germany and Catholic France, was of all countries least likely to tolerate Roman attempts to dictate to its subjects.
The age of your child should dictate to some degree when and how you tell about the impending arrival of her new brother or sister.
The time and place of your graduation should dictate to some extent the type of material you choose for graduation dress.
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