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    1. Those who don’t, well… already you are seeing the rise of different branches of religions, a smattering of what we currently call “cults

    2. what we call big sins and they can cost us heaven

    3. Still naked he answered the call, from Don, for the first time in weeks

    4. forgive; and plenteous in mercy unto all them that call

    5. ” Sam ended the call and used the rougher towel to stimulate his skin before dressing

    6. Other posts took up the call

    7. If you said, “I’m going to do this” and you don’t honor that commitment, have them call you out on it, and don’t make excuses,

    8. “In the biz—that’s what we call it, the biz—it doesn’t matter what you wear

    9. On your way to the store, you witness an accident, reach for your phone to call 911 but it’s not TOM ANDERSON

    10. If you doubt any of the figures above, call a reputable

    11. "This really isn't a social call

    12. Mom was trying to call Millie every few seconds but the mermaids had removed the battery

    13. The call him a thief

    14. They were not fond of the native's reusable tea bags, what they liked to call a 'sock,' but Ava didn't see how that was such a big adaptation

    15. Brandon took out his phone to call a cab

    16. "I have been lead to believe that you have not been outside the region that the natives call 'The Highlands' if you have not been at least a thousand miles beyond the lake

    17. A few months later, the preacher stops by again to call on the farmer

    18. “I can hear what you’d call the heart beat of the electricity

    19. “We could call her Jar Jar!”

    20. My spouse will not let me call an exterminator and wants to find a natural remedy

    21. The walls in the house are pretty thin, and I sometimes heard him pacing up and down in there in the middle of the night and I swear I heard him call out Liz’s name once

    22. ‘No, I think I can understand what you mean … and please call me Stephen

    23. u know the Marquis is my idol! btw, did u call me a nobody?! JK

    24. “Don’t call me that

    25. "I will call you Serpent," he said, which in the old tongue meant to crawl or creep around

    26. "We need to hurry back towards civilization so we can call her," he said

    27. Don’t worry, the situation will resolve itself in a moment,” Ackers said, thinking quickly that he now had to appear as normal as possible so as not to arouse too much suspicion and have the paper boy call in any authorities

    28. Many events can occur which make the fund unsuitable for you and hence call for a sell decision

    29. The Order of the Wolfians, as its members call themselves, believes that Blitzer is actually the original and purest vampire

    30. You kidnaped me to have me call my sister up there to save your starship

    31. Whilst wielding the loo brush and scrubbing at decades of limescale, I’d decided that I shall deal with this … this setback … come to terms with it and then I will call her

    32. We can call it that

    33. After lunch Herndon paced, waiting for her sister's call, while she and Elond stayed at the patio table and chatted about social theory

    34. Men are mono tracking; if a phone call comes they would ask for the TV to shut, child to stop crying and so on

    35. Women can handle phone call, TV, child cry, kitchen sound simultaneously

    36. He ends the call

    37. ‘Your mother just happened to call round and the subject just happened to come up … and she just happened to mention it to you?’ I said archly

    38. John ends the call, tosses the phone on the passenger’s seat

    39. The fact he talked Emma into having Barney baptised at the church says it all really – Emma is not what you would call religious minded

    40. I’ll call when it’s

    41. John ends the call

    42. going to call the shots for the

    43. He ends the call, puts the phone away

    44. He reaches over and pushes the call button for the nurse, begins to make a notation on a file

    45. he’s what you would call

    46. Anyone running a lab certainly wouldn't want to call attention to themselves

    47. "Anything that size will call attention

    48. "That's why we call it lock fittings," doostEr said

    49. ‘Yes, it seems he had a phone call a few weeks ago asking about ammunition for a gun of that ilk

    50. Every event, including the ones we call wrong, is an Act of God

    1. Despite my best efforts, I was still called in for an interview with the manager

    2. We called it a hobie-cat

    3. journey with God when He called him to go to the land of

    4. altar unto the LORD, and called upon the name of the

    5. He was a state trooper called out there to investigate a high occurrence of young prostitutes being raped and murdered

    6. called "the Fear of Isaac" (Gen

    7. He called the packers for Raw Sex Object, even though it wasn’t due to leave the gallery for a week or two, and contentedly surveyed the gallery

    8. This growth medium, called coir, was infested with the tiny snails

    9. This technique is called that because you flush out the snails from any particular area and remove them

    10. They're about the size of a large house cat, they're called mindunes and there were at least a dozen on the building, including the one on this railing wanting its chin scratched

    11. They called themselves the Fourth Wall because they thought they were all so big that if they had one more member they could hold a roof over their heads

    12. righteousness: and he was called the Friend of God

    13. “Okay!” Henry called out after him, yelling it out loudly enough that Mr

    14. 2Tim: 1:9: Who hath saved us, and called us with an holy calling, not according to our works, but according to his

    15. and called God of Abraham

    16. 1Sa:3:6: And the LORD called yet again, Samuel

    17. And he answered, I called not, my son; lie

    18. 1Sa:3:8: And the LORD called Samuel again the third time

    19. And Eli perceived that the LORD had called

    20. 1Sa:3:10: And the LORD came, and stood, and called as at other times, Samuel, Samuel

    21. He had been with Venna however and Jorma called them comparable, so that worried her a bit

    22. “Bread Crumbs!” Ackers called out

    23. Ackers turned to look at them with a stoic face, “Do you think I should have called her Don’t Eat?”

    24. Needing to hear a familiar voice, Brandon called his parents

    25. Brandon fell asleep during a movie he'd never seen called The Quiet Earth

    26. On the fifth day, he called the mechanic

    27. She sliced a big green fruit called an arbeem, think kiwi the size of a cantaloupe and you aren't far off

    28. A good mail order place is called Mo

    29. Among other things, the Krummling is called a beast, a monster, and a god, all in the same breath

    30. Many cities are even today called as Pensioners' paradise

    31. The Price of being Called by God

    32. calling is all about, who is called, and how God

    33. A good concentrate is called Extra Hot Horseradish available in stores or through Mo Hotta Mo Betta

    34. A good product to use is called Deer Off

    35. She thought the wizard's modification called the Instinct would have prevented this, but it only prevented violence done by one human on another

    36. Only 6 species in the USA all living things, cockroaches have been called are considered bad household pests

    37. They are called Roach Motels and can be purchased at most garden centers

    38. It frightened me when she called me “their little baby

    39. “Hey dad,” he called as he dropped his backpack onto the floor and started digging around in the fridge for something to eat

    40. For Morningday breakfast they stopped in the city called Amersahm, a place of a million or more that Ava had never even heard the name of before

    41. Now, perhaps you should rethink this name you have called me

    42. There are also termite inspecting Dogs called TADD Dogs

    43. They were at least a hundred and fifty miles from what she called the faintest approximation of civilization

    44. Heat: In which propane heat in a tarp wrapped house is used to raise the temperature of the wood to 120 degrees (room air to 187 degrees) This method is called Thermal Pest Eradication

    45. “Don’t want to forget this,” Ackers held up the paper as he called out

    46. He called back and said he was on lunch break but would be there in thirty minutes or so

    47. Onlookers called the police

    48. Torn apart by the migration to cities, bothered by economic storms, the families tend to strip themselves of unwanted relatives and convert to what is commonly called nuclear families

    49. That is called worship

    50. He'd always wanted to be a monster since he was little, but Peter had gotten his head beat with the reality stick one too many times (that's what Ma called her favorite cane) and he knew a panhandler was all he'd ever grow up to be

    1. paying the price for your calling

    2. calling, and what the riches of the glory of his inheritance

    3. 2Tim: 1:9: Who hath saved us, and called us with an holy calling, not according to our works, but according to his

    4. We are living in times where the calling and

    5. calling is all about, who is called, and how God

    6. grounded in your calling and life purpose

    7. But she wasn’t calling them off

    8. Frustrated, I leave a message that Liz phoned and that she has a problem she wants his advice on … that should get him calling one of us

    9. ought to be calling security, but none of that mattered

    10. was standing in front of her now in a Fred Astaire pose, arm outstretched, calling her

    11. I was simply calling by in courtesy to let you know that I will be investigating the recent incident in the Sunnyvale estate

    12. "Thank you for calling Detective

    13. "Actually, it was me who insisted on calling this in to Europol and to you in particular

    14. After some discussion yesterday, it had been agreed that I would use the main front door for the time being, while Stephen organises a spare set of keys for the flat, as we are now calling it

    15. What I’m calling about is to let you know that I’m moving over to The Stables tomorrow

    16. With the night sky calling forth the

    17. Dallas had never established control in the Northeast, instead it was ruled by gangsters calling themselves Judges

    18. I got Liz out of the house while the police went in after him but when they brought him out, he made one hell of a racket, calling out to Liz to help him one minute and screaming obscenities at her for being so evil the next

    19. know what is the hope of His calling, what are the riches of the glory of

    20. deep and endless, a calling wind from the birth of time itself, assured and confident

    21. I gagged with fear and the disgusting smell of rotting seafood that was his calling card, "never you fucking mind about my tattoos mate, where's my fucking bread?"

    22. dared to contemplate creation, baying at the stars, calling out in utter desperation for

    23. Only I knew that deep within the core of the shambling wreck that I had become, there was a small voice calling out with every insult, with every hurt, “Allahu Akbar

    24. Calling him a bloody bastard every time he pops into my head goes some way to resolving the issue of my feelings for him, but it’s much harder coming to terms with my utter stupidity

    25. Calling that name would cause her to assume these settings and appear

    26. Now that he was present in this space but not calling on any of them, the houris took turns changing to other appearance settings and coming forth to undress for them

    27. If it is our utmost desire to please the Lord in all things (and what is the point of calling ourselves Christians if we do not submit to the headship of Christ in all matters?), we will go to the Word of God to learn the Lord's will on this matter

    28. "It's not my real name, but I've been calling myself that

    29. He tries searching for her with his mind before finally calling out, "Misery!" The hollow emptiness that follows, swallows him as he holds out for an answer

    30. The question immediately asked is whether we’re calling these two statements synonyms or opposites

    31. With the night sky calling forth the hunter in her soul, she opened the curtains, stepped out onto the balcony and gazed down the dusty little lane that ran towards the local coastal strip, with its bright lights, its noise and its scurrying human possibilities

    32. Now, for God to call Abram out of his father’s house, God is calling him out from the gods of his father

    33. Song could be heard from the other end of the temple, calling out for

    34. ‘Nothing … oh, thank you for calling JJ’s father

    35. The sound of him; deep and endless, a calling wind from the birth of time itself, assured and confident

    36. Why is this important? Peter goes one step further than calling Jesus the Messiah

    37. begin intuitively drawing out another approach? Calling in a

    38. and Lyla were walking in the marketplace and a man calling Sons’ name

    39. He looked down upon the bright and savage earth for the first time in countless measures of eternity and there Smith saw something quite unexpected; the utterly familiar shape of loneliness embodied in the outlandish shell of the hairless ape who dared to contemplate creation, baying at the stars, calling out in utter desperation for the companionship that comes with that first sparkling moment of harmony within the song of songs

    40. ‘Where are you calling from?’

    41. The calling to display the Kingdom and priesthood is not something to take lightly

    42. walked out calling after the clerical staff, when they

    43. heard Bakul calling from the far end of the platform

    44. She walked up and down the beach calling them, to no avail

    45. The captain and a couple others wandered off from the group and it sounded like they were calling Alan when they got nearer the probe

    46. She took a wherry across the river to the Southwark side where the warehouse was situated, strolling along the lanes behind the Shakespearean theatre where herb gardens, supplying the nearby centre for the Herbmasters, occupied neat little patches of ground carefully tended by a cadre of gotteswomen specially trained for the purpose, the purple outfits of their calling showing up clearly as they toiled amongst the neat rows of plants

    47. Several times he yelled out in his delirium, calling on the names of those who were long dead

    48. Then the calling out,

    49. Many of us are unwilling to allow the threat of survival to persist when even our ministry or calling or legacy are at stake

    50. calling a name in vain hope of command

    1. Unsurprisingly, with such a precisely framed chal enge, the calls and

    2. God saves you, delivers you, heals you, anoints you, calls

    3. I believe that God calls everyone

    4. He calls it getting to know the client

    5. Bush starts to walk over to the pool table, but John stands up, calls to him

    6. It was about that time that the idea presented itself to place what he calls his “Moral ABC’s” - a complete version of this is now available in book form - on a label

    7. The caller ID was blocked but Sergeant Biggs was not one to screen calls

    8. I will no longer accept these calls

    9. ‘I had one of those phone calls just as I was going to bed

    10. I think back to that phone call earlier … okay so I’d been expecting another of those nasty phone calls, but even so, you’d been pleased to hear his voice, hadn’t you?

    11. ‘It calls for tights and a little fur coat

    12. ‘We had one of those phone calls

    13. Eventually we both get calls from someone called Francois

    14. leavening purples of dusk and then into the jet black of the quiet cicada hum that calls

    15. I am almost taken aback when Stephen calls some time after that to say that Liz is in theatre

    16. He calls us to speak to Him

    17. Maggie calls everyone to order and, after the usual timelag for conversations to finish, during which time she stands looking annoyed, she goes into her spiel

    18. Nick drops in a couple of evenings a week to see his grandparents, and frequently calls in at my place for a coffee on his way home

    19. Despite this, he’s been helping me by going through my lines with me when he calls round – it would have been a lot harder without his assistance and encouragement – he says it’s helping him keep track of what the play is about

    20. Poor old Nick gets it all when he calls round one evening just before the meeting

    21. When I explained to the telephone operator what I wanted, she just hang up to me! Nevertheless, whenever old-Zarifis calls them for the same reason, the police arrive here in no time so as to restore peace and quiet! When my sister threw a party some months ago, the old man called the police as soon as the clock struck midnight and they arrived five minutes later

    22. They say that after I came round I spent two days gripped in the cold sweat of delirium, sleeping fitfully in between rabidly incoherent monologues and pathetic calls for my mother

    23. Of course a lot of those animal calls are actually native music of the 'space' genre being played on sound systems in the apartments of these trees

    24. Jesus even calls it murder

    25. Sometimes God calls us out for something bigger that what we’ve known

    26. "It's Vyinga that calls above Lastriss the small stream, but I've known sailors who call anything above Shempala by that title and I go with them

    27. When He calls upon us to perform His will, it might be entirely contrary to what this world thinks is peaceful or gentle or any of these other fruits of the Spirit

    28. the stamp of the machine, “Victim”, calls forth

    29. It is always the wrong hour when the ambulance calls

    30. I know also that she calls me,

    31. There is something about that Bride – not of us individually – that so represents God, that He has actually exalted it to a place of stature, and a name above other names, that He calls it part of Himself

    32. for a sale day and he calls out to the farmers

    33. (The JUDGE nods an approval, COURT CLERK calls in the witness

    34. (The COURT CLERK calls out: Samantha Perez! SAMANTHA takes the witness box

    35. with demon calls, the breaking of glass;

    36. (The COURT CLERK calls out: Tony-Lee Washington! TONY-LEE gets into the witness stand and COURT CLERK goes through his routine of oath taking

    37. The question calls for a conclusion, and it is an attack on my client's character

    38. we mimic calls across the void

    39. Meanwhile, back in Rick’s bar the old tart with a heart was making a few telephone calls

    40. Despite my arguing myself blue in the face for the chance to spend some of the money I have been assured lurks somewhere for me, Betta refuses to forego what she calls ‘the fun of dressing her new daughter’

    41. "The bleeding, 'periods' are what our society calls it

    42. Because it calls into play the deep muscles of the dorsal and lumbar region, the spine is strengthened and made more flexible

    43. On top of having to deal with her son being a fucking loon now, my mother was still being bombarded by Scientologist's phone calls telling her not to let me take these drugs or those drugs

    44. Berndt is harnessing the ggs and, as soon as he sees me, calls me over

    45. A young girl appears in the doorway in response to her calls

    46. This method, in turn, calls

    47. Shortly after this visit the relationship with Rose foundered on a sea of unreturned telephone calls and ignored emails

    48. Come on, Sally, you’re shattered, bed calls!

    49. Armed with her father’s old address book, and after many disappointing telephone calls to old friends and distant relations, Annie eventually tracked down an ancient great-aunt who owned a crumbling Victorian villa that had been converted into bedsits

    50. How was your trip to North Wales?’ She starts telling me about it but a voice from her house calls out ‘Mum!’ and with a sigh she turns, promising that we will get together for a catch up session soon

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    Synonyms for "call"

    call call option phone call telephone call birdcall birdsong song cry outcry shout vociferation yell claim margin call call up phone ring telephone send for holler hollo scream shout out squall anticipate forebode foretell predict prognosticate promise be known as know as name call off bid call in visit address summons command solicitation bidding request invitation proposal signal clamour chirp hail bellow demand need requirement occasion requisition stop stay arrival exclaim announce cry out voice make a call ring up dial summon convene invite convoke assemble call together entitle designate label dub denominate christen find consider estimate reckon guess

    "call" definitions

    a telephone connection

    a special disposition (as if from a divine source) to pursue a particular course

    a loud utterance; often in protest or opposition

    a demand especially in the phrase

    the characteristic sound produced by a bird

    a brief social visit

    a demand by a broker that a customer deposit enough to bring his margin up to the minimum requirement

    a demand for a show of hands in a card game

    a request

    an instruction that interrupts the program being executed

    a visit in an official or professional capacity

    (sports) the decision made by an umpire or referee

    the option to buy a given stock (or stock index or commodity future) at a given price before a given date

    assign a specified (usually proper) proper name to

    ascribe a quality to or give a name of a common noun that reflects a quality

    get or try to get into communication (with someone) by telephone

    utter a sudden loud cry

    order, request, or command to come

    pay a brief visit

    call a meeting; invite or command to meet

    read aloud to check for omissions or absentees

    send a message or attempt to reach someone by radio, phone, etc.; make a signal to in order to transmit a message

    utter a characteristic note or cry

    stop or postpone because of adverse conditions, such as bad weather

    greet, as with a prescribed form, title, or name

    make a stop in a harbour

    demand payment of (a loan)

    make a demand, as for a card or a suit or a show of hands

    give the calls (to the dancers) for a square dance

    indicate a decision in regard to

    make a prediction about; tell in advance

    require the presentation of for redemption before maturation

    challenge (somebody) to make good on a statement; charge with or censure for an offense

    declare in the capacity of an umpire or referee

    lure by imitating the characteristic call of an animal

    order or request or give a command for

    order, summon, or request for a specific duty or activity, work, role

    utter in a loud voice or announce

    challenge the sincerity or truthfulness of

    consider or regard as being

    rouse somebody from sleep with a call