I considered taking the chance of phoning from the comfort of my apartment but realized the foolishness of taking such a chance.
magazine editor phoning up to seek confirmation that my own impressions were of similar ilk.
Get a free brochure by phoning 800-360-0329.
You can get details of the relevant line manager from the person you originally dealt with, or by phoning our Inquiry Unit.
Hotel reservations can be made with hotel reservations can be made with Hotel Systems by phoning the above numbers or visiting the Ryanair web-site.
Get more information by phoning 800-921-2160, or order online.
line manager from the person you originally dealt with, or by phoning our Inquiry Unit.
Puppies require special care and training, so be prepared for those costs by phoning a vet ahead of time and getting a list of which services your new dog will need in the first year and what the price will be.
hotel reservations can be made with Hotel Systems by phoning the above numbers or visiting the Ryanair web-site.
If the radio says no, try phoning local maternity stores and baby supply superstores.
Fully functional Web sites, complete with product images, descriptions, prices, special offers and discounts, have made ordering important products - such as heavy equipment and furniture - as easy as phoning for a pizza.
To save time and gas, consider phoning the store to see if they are holding any sales or special events that would give you a discount on your purchase.
It may not be the ideal first meeting, but he has been phoning for 6 weeks every day and we talk for hours at a time.
Set ground rules before you leave for distractions like phoning the kids, checking email, or even watching television.
You should get medical attention by going to A&E at your local hospital or by phoning 999 for an emergency ambulance.
I mean mobile phones are primarily for phoning people and talking, forget all the other gizmos.
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