Looking-after sentence example

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  • Thanks for looking after the girls.

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  • Carmen stood looking after him and then sighed.

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  • She left him standing there looking after her.

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  • He started the car and they drove off, leaving Connie standing there on the curb looking after them with a troubled expression.

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  • At the next meeting of the council, on the 2nd of June, it was again ordered " that Mr Newton's book be printed," but, instead of sanctioning the resolution of the general meeting to print it at their charge, they added " that Mr Halley undertake the business of looking after it, and printing it at his own charge, which he engaged to do."

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  • In a case where a couple did not have a long-term marriage and doesn't own a lot of property, looking after the divorce documents without a lawyer can make sense.

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  • Howie was supposed to be looking after his sister.

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  • I've got enough to do on this farm without looking after a pretty boy.

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  • The twenty-eighth and last, that of negligence in looking after his servants, though it did him much harm, may fairly be said to imply no moral blame.

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  • The eight or ten who remain upon the farm are employed in doing odd jobs, such as overhauling machinery, or helping the carpenter and blacksmith, or looking after the horses.

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  • The Rectores A postolici Patrimonii were clerics of the Roman Curia charged with the duty of looking after the interests of the patrimony of St Peter.

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  • She decided to go as a freelance editor whilst looking after her two children, who are now teenagers themselves.

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  • Like us, they are a mutual organization, looking after members, not external shareholders.

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  • They see Tony's mom looking after Jack and watch him being breast fed, having his diaper changed and being bathed.

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  • The idea that to be at home looking after children is some kind of oppression is quite grotesque.

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  • The audiologist may also be involved in the process of making earmoulds and supporting you with looking after your childâs hearing aids.

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  • Hope your looking after the Arbroath top that was bid for by a group of rather merry gents at the recent succesful Sportsmans Dinner.

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  • At the age of 30 he took on looking after his baby nephew Johnnie who had been born crippled.

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  • We can help you with looking after the affairs of relatives who are unable to manage their own affairs, including receiverships.

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  • He was energetic in the discharge of his duties, but aroused much animosity among the colonists by his zeal in looking after the royal quit-rents, and by exacting heavy fees for the issue of land-patents.

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  • Since she had begun looking after him, he had always experienced this physical consciousness of her nearness.

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  • We can help you with looking after the affairs of relatives who are unable to manage their own affairs, including Receiverships.

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  • Persian nobles brought to Rome as prisoners, they devoted themselves to looking after imprisoned Christians and burying the relics of the martyrs.

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  • Medical staff and family looking after teenagers with cancer know how difficult it can be for patients to eat properly during treatment.

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  • It may also mean stocking their freezer with ready-to-heat meals for when they finally get to come home, cleaning their house, washing their clothes, cutting their grass, and looking after any other children they may have at home.

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  • If a greenhouse is in a difficult place to get to, looking after it may well turn into a chore.

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  • Luxury bedding is a good investment, as with careful looking after it can last for years.

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  • Some people feel that going to a mental health practitioner means that they are "crazy," but looking after your mental health is just one part of good self-care that doesn't carry the same stigma as in years past.

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  • When she's not looking after the six children she shares with Brad Pitt, Jolie continues to make Hollywood magic in films such as In the Land of Blood and Honey, which she also directed.

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  • Ask the jeweler for any special instructions for looking after the jewelry.

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  • Keeping earrings well stored is an important part of looking after jewelry.

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  • I want to see this world looking after its people and its resources in a responsible way.

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  • The truth is that caring for your hair is as important as looking after your skin.

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  • One of the most important ways of looking after a pink diamond ring is to ensure that it is kept clean.

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  • Whether its an Everlon ring or another style of eternity ring, looking after an eternity ring and keeping it in good condition is essential to avoid damage and to keep the ring looking its best.

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  • Do you want your child to be around several other children, or do you want to look at a home childcare provider who would be looking after fewer youngsters?

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  • Each person looking after children has her own approach to the job, and activities and schedules will vary from provider to provider.

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  • However, it is important when choosing a yarn to consider the ease of looking after the finished item.

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  • Kate's sister, who is now reportedly looking after the children while Kate participates in Dancing With the Stars, has hinted at strained relations between Kate and her parents.

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  • I reckon that's something that needs to be done, and them children would be better off with a woman looking after them.

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  • So looking after a rambling old house could be an ambition?

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  • The milk given each day by each cow is entered in a book, and then made into butter and cheese, the cow-herds and cheese-makers having the right to a certain proportion of milk, butter and cheese for their own sustenance, and receiving a small sum per head of cattle for looking after them.

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  • Asoka did not think it enough to convert the inferior races without looking after their material interests.

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  • The girl eventually repays his kindness by looking after him when he falls ill and is promptly disowned by his employers.

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  • At that time, looking after the tennis courts was a very genial character.

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  • Imagine your very own private Highland Safari with your staff of kilted ghillies, dedicated to looking after your every whim.

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  • Sonya was in the ballroom looking after the packing of the glass and china.

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  • Whether you prefer a pedigreed pup or an exotic dragon, looking after a virtual pet can be a fun and rewarding way to spend your time online.

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  • I am looking after a wire haired Brussels Griffon, and I just noticed she has a nickel-sized bump a little to the left above her tail.

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