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- v. To shout out in order to summon (a person).
- v. To ask for in a loud voice.
- v. To request, demand.
- v. To necessitate, demand.
- v. To stop at a place and ask for (someone).
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. express the need or desire for; ask for
- v. require as useful, just, or proper
- v. gather or collect
- v. request the participation or presence of
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And then—the possibilities fell into place—I could cement my deception by also buying a cell phone that would have a Chicago area code, so I could provide a phone number for Dr. Mullin to call for verification and further arrangements.
When Rita comes running, Tatiana Vasilievna puts the back of her hand over her forehead and implores her to call for a doctor.
In the Commons, the Speaker John Bercow caught the government by surprise when he granted a Labour call for an emergency debate under the rarely used SO24 procedure.
Her near-death experience on Teneb had been a wake-up call for her to move on with her life, but there were days when she still felt like she was walking through mud.
D6 had given them permission to leave, though they would have to reach the observation deck before they could call for an emergency beam-out.
U.S. guidelines set by the International Code Council call for 20-foot-wide streets, but individual communities can adopt the codes and regulations they want.
The radio call sign 8 YU NA was a secret call or tactical call for the Akagi in November 1941.
But these headline-grabbing developments mask broader questions about how to balance media freedom with accountability, whether new regulations should be introduced or enforcement of existing laws on corruption and other crimes is sufficient, and to what extent the politicians who now call for an overhaul of the way the media and politics intersect acted as promoters for suspect practices.
The Pope would call for holy war and the Christian kings of Europe would respond, led, no doubt, by perfidious Spain.
I spoke with Linc Chafee R., R.I., reminding him that in 2001, he had actually been the first senator to vote in my favor on the floor roll call for the T job, and he replied, “Ah, a pioneer.”