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Example Sentences for "call"

How can you call this music alternative when their CDs sell by the thousands? The police are inviting anyone who has knowledge of the crime, but who doesn't want to be identified, to make an anonymous call to the station.

Give me a call if any problems arise.

The company isn't hiring right now, but the personnel department assured me they would call me if any position opens up.

Members of the federal Cabinet are meeting this morning to decide when to call the next election.

The government appears to be hoping to cling to power for another year before it has to call an election.

Some people call the west coast of Canada the "wet coast", but I prefer to think of it as the "best coast".

Albert Einstein once said that what we call common sense is the collection of prejudices acquired by age eighteen.

Be sure to call your doctor immediately if your condition changes at all.

You should call a health professional immediately if a person loses consciousness at any time after being injured.

George Bernard Shaw once said, "Make money and the whole nation will conspire to call you a gentleman.

" The government's decision to delay the election call may cost them votes.

The President paid a courtesy call on the Queen while in London to meet with the Prime Minister.

He was afraid that his hockey teammates would call him a coward if he didn't fight with the other player.

The deep-sea harbor in Bridgetown, Barbados is a port of call for cruise ships from Britain, Europe and the U.


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