To take care of

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I cannot be expected to take care of his married children.
After working in the UAE for the past four years, I have just started staying at home to take care of my two-year-old baby.
She explains, “In June, I resigned from my teaching position, packed some belongings, and headed south with three kids, two cats, and a dog to St Augustine, Florida, to take care of Mom.
Like a good coach whose job is to take care of the practice, how to prepare the team and what are the strengths and weaknesses of the rival team, he is taking care of all such things so it's nice to work with him," said Misbah.
Our employers MSACS (Maharashtra State AIDS Control Society) and NACO (National AIDS Control Organisations) are just like a father to us so they have to take care of us like a father, they must look into our demands.
For us, our Expeditionary Medical System, our EMEDS--which goes all the way from a one pallet capability that we can put into place with a surgical team and the ability to set up within minutes to hours and begin to take care of patients--all the way up to a theater hospital of 75 to 100 beds, and anything in between, allows us to support the full spectrum of threats that we face.
But I use the Four Directions, using the West; I'll say to the West, tell the North, the East and the South and soougwioodeessuteh that this situation exists and that you need to take care of it.
I would encourage employees to have confidence that MTMC will work its best to take care of them if they are the ones affected by reorganization initiatives.
The family believed that God had sent me to take care of my brother.
For a long time the church has tried to ensure someone was available to take care of our children by arguing that mothers should not be coerced into the labor force.
So now it is up to Elizabeti to take care of her younger brother Obedi, but she knows just what to do.
They were scared, but they were prepared to fight and take steps to take care of themselves.