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Houston police got to know Diane two years ago when the vice squad picked her up for questioning about a call girl ring.
Shayne strode out blithely, and Rourke checked his watch and sipped his drink, getting a dime ready to make the telephone call to the police.
Soon after 10 A.M., when police reached the 1-1/2-story brick home in the Franklin Manor section, 15 miles south of here on the bay, in response to a call from the Dresbach's other son, Lee, 14, they found Mrs. Dresbach's body on the first-floor bedroom floor.
Hill initially believed the call was a hoax and referred the matter to the Brandeis University campus police who alerted the FBI.
A 1970 police call centre in Brierley Hill, England
Following One Year Later, Clark adopts some tricks to account for his absences, such as feigning illness or offering to call the police.
He runs to get help and call the police, but two young swimmers arrive just in time to see him racing away from the corpse.
Some Islamist groups call for and / or engage in attacks on not only police / military enemies, but non-combatants as well.
Its Alamo Plaza Restaurant is gone, its pool long since filled in, its original color scheme painted over, its front desk now behind bulletproof glass and its rooms infested with roaches, vermin and a clientele engaged in enough criminal activity that the property averages more than one call for service to police daily.
' And he said, ' Well, if you don't stand up, I'm going to have to call the police and have you arrested.
A second distinct problem for an IP phone is the lack of a ' fixed address ' which can impact the provision of emergency services such as police, fire or ambulance, should someone call for them.
Why not call the police ", placed next to a picture of a grinning policeman.
" to an endangered on-screen character or call the police when they witnessed an on-screen murder.
* Force Contact Centre, the non-emergency call centre of British police forces.
The UAE government then told the Hamburg police they could call off the search.
This principle was used to overturn police regulations on custody and repatriation and has been used to call into question the legality of re-education through labor.
The Japanese police, and media by request of the police, call them, while the yakuza call themselves.
He agreed but later became suspicious that the woman might be involved with the RAF and eventually decided to call the police.
The only two police officers stationed on the peninsula ( at Nubeena and Dunalley ) were attending a fake emergency call at Saltwater River when they received a radio message at 1: 32 p. m. to attend Port Arthur and be on the look out for a yellow Volvo.
The play ends abruptly with a telephone call, taken by Arthur, who reports that the body of a young woman has been found, a suspected case of suicide by disinfectant, and that the local police are on their way to question the Birlings.

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Clayton tried to call back the face of the man he had known.
It was all right to put a bunch of ranchers onto horses, to call them Night Riders, to set out to attack the largest mining combination the country had ever seen if all they wanted was adventure.
I let up on the accelerator, only to gradually reach again the 60 m.p.h. which would, I hoped, overhaul Herry and the blonde, and as there were cars whose drivers apparently had something more important to catch than had I, Mrs. Major Roebuck settled down to practicing on Corporal Johnson the kittenish wiles she would need when making her duty call on Colonel and Mrs. Somebody in Sante Fe.
I used his polarity to illustrate what I thought had happened to us in that form of liberalism we call Progressivism.
The first news stories had it that this blaze was started by a bolt of lightning, as though Miriam could call down fire from heaven like a prophet of the Old Testament.
By the age of six young Johnny indicated that he had the call.
Now and then, the President would call for `` Little Jack, Master of the Hounds '', which was his nickname for a messenger who had worked in the White House since Teddy Roosevelt's administration, and discuss the welfare of some one of the animals.
It reminded me of my other professor, Edward Kennard Rand, of whom I had been so fond when I was at Harvard, the great mediaevalist and classical scholar who had asked me to call him `` Ken '', saying, `` Age counts for nothing among those who have learned to know life sub specie aeternitatis ''.
He is said to have reported that once, when she went to a hospital to call on a friend after a serious operation, and the friend protested that it had been `` nothing '', she replied, `` Well, it was your healthy American peasant blood that pulled you through ''.
This is not to deny the existence of pogroms and ghettos, but only to assert that these horrors have had an effect on the nerves of people who did not experience them, that among the various side effects is the local hysteria of Jewish writers and intellectuals who cry out from confusion, which they call oppression and pain.
When he had given the call a few moments thought, he went into the kitchen to ask Mrs. Yamata to prepare tea and sushi for the visitors, using the formal English china and the silver tea service which had been donated to the mission, then he went outside to inspect the grounds.
They had been kind to us and we were indebted to them for one or two pleasant dinners, and for information as to where to shop, which dentist, doctor, plumber, and sitter to call ( not that there was much of a choice, since Catatonia was just a village ; ;
Resolved that his wrongs and bereavements in Kansas, occasioned by the violence and brutality of those who were intent on the propagation of slavery in that territory, call for a charitable judgment upon his recent efforts in Virginia to undermine the despotism from which he had suffered, and commend his family to the special sympathy and aid of all who pity suffering and reverence justice.
`` -- had enough brains to call ya up so as ya could do sompin about it when the parents -- I coulda let her go go '' -- His eyes were lowered, so he couldn't have seen the narrow, pointed face of his companion suddenly writhe with fury ; ;
Still she would probably have sense enough not to call in the local sheriff to find her boy friend who, apparently, had run away.
She had skipped her lunch hour in the fear that he might call while she was out.
It's too bad I didn't call you, and it's too bad I let Schaeffer use Accacia when he could have had a boy who'd be glad to learn something of Homicide procedure.
Yet with all this knowledge I had nothing of substance to unravel our case, as you would call it, till yesterday.
Steak House has such a run on beer to wash down that Mexican food `` Tex '' Burgess had to call the draft man twice in one day.
) The House, which had passed its smaller appropriation before the President's urgent call for more, was expected to go along with the increased defense budget in short order.

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It must have been the sort of look that can call a bluff without saying a word.
But when Miss Jen went over right away to return the call, Miss Kiz couldn't have been very cordial, for she'd come back before she hardly had time to get there.
As for Cousin Alexander Carraway, the only thing Theresa could remember at the moment about him ( except his paper knife ) was that he had had exceptionally long hands and feet and one night about one o'clock in the morning the whole Stubblefield family had been aroused to go next door at Cousin Emma's call -- first Papa, then Mother, then Theresa and George.
" Amazing Grace " is emblematic of several kinds of folk music styles, often used as the standard example to illustrate such musical techniques as lining out and call and response, that have been practiced in both black and white folk music.
" Virginia Thomas responded that the call had been intended as an " olive branch ".
Far away in Baghdad, the current Abbasid caliph, al-Mansur, had long been planning to depose the Umayyad who dared to call himself emir of al-Andalus.
The prefect of Legio II Augusta, Poenius Postumus, stationed near Exeter, ignored the call, and a fourth legion, IX Hispana, had been routed trying to relieve Camulodunum, but nonetheless the governor was able to call on almost ten thousand men.
Haley made a succession of bizarre, mostly monologue late-night phone calls to friends and relatives in which he seemed incoherently drunk or ill. Haley's first wife has been quoted as saying, " He would call and ramble and dwell on the past, his mind was really warped.
This may have been a reason for Hitler to call a halt to the German advance.
Baralong had been about from the scene, and had received a distress call from the ship.
Why, man, that's the same kind of music we've been playin ' since 1928 !... We didn't call it rock and roll back when we introduced it as our style back in 1928, and we don't call it rock and roll the way we play it now.
In recent years the Island's residents have been attempting to diversify the area economy by investing in tourism developments, call centres, and small businesses, as well as manufacturing ventures in such fields as auto parts, pharmaceuticals, and window glazings.
A footnote in the New American Bible says: “ Some scholars take the call be eunuchs for the sake of heaven to be meant for those who have been divorced by their spouses and who have refused to enter into another marriage ” ( p. 1041 ).
" Aces ; double the field " would be a more common call when not on the comeout roll to remind the dealers to pay double on the field bets and encourage the field bettor to place subsequent bets and / or when no crap bets have been placed.
In May 2007, the program, which had only previously been available digitally as a paid subscription from Audible. com, became a free podcast distributed by NPR, after a two-month test period where only a " call of the week " was available via podcast.
The Cook Islands was not the only island group visited by the traders, but Penrhyn Atoll was their first port of call and it has been estimated that three-quarters of the population was taken to Callao, Peru.
The ancestor of the class action was what modern observers call " group litigation ," which appears to have been quite common in medieval England from about 1200 onward.
Historically, call centres have been built on PBX equipment that is owned and hosted by the call centre operator.

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