He'll own up to us in his own time.
The Spaniards were at first successful, and captured Braganza and Almeida; but they were subsequently defeated at Villa Velha and Valencia de Alcantara, and the Portuguese fully held their own up to the signature of peace at Fontainebleau, in February 1763.
But since we has grown up a bit, got mature, we n own up a bit, got mature, we n ow onl y throw them th e bre ads.
shakers in all fields own up to the Heimat feeling.
But now, serious publications have articles on Heimat; movers and shakers in all fields own up to the Heimat feeling.
If your potential date doesn't own up to mistakes, blaming others instead, this is a person you don't want to get involved with.
Although you seldom own up to a mistake, you have enough sense to lie low until the storm blows over.
Putting your own up will help share the joy of the game and the thrill of a cheer well done.
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