I shall quietly prepare for
our departure, and own what I have done at the right time--that is to say, when the ball is over.
de Beaufort only acted in this manner to prepare for
a new fortune concealed beneath the Arabs' tents.
And now," continued the Emperor, "you must all go to your rooms and prepare for
dinner, which will presently be served in the grand tin dining-hall.
She could not explain in so many words, but she felt that those who prepare for
all the emergencies of life beforehand may equip themselves at the expense of joy.
Linton was very reluctant to be roused from his bed at five o'clock, and astonished to be informed that he must prepare for
further travelling; but I softened off the matter by stating that he was going to spend some time with his father, Mr.
I don't think there's any way to prepare for
it other than (storing) food and water.
The study found a significant correlation between the type of university a teacher attended to prepare for
certification and his or her students' achievement growth.
Chapters address why an estate plan is necessary, how to select, prepare for
and sign a will, preparing and changing a living trust, preparing a designation of primary physician, organ donation form, or quitclaim deed, and much more.
Reacting to the times, law enforcement personnel intensified their commitment to prepare for
a potential response to attacks against America involving weapons of mass destruction (WMD).
An "income tax return preparer" is any person who prepares for compensation, or who employs one or more persons to prepare for
compensation, all or a substantial portion of any return or refund claim; see Sec.
The theme is obvious: prepare for
the second coming of Christ, which could happen at any time.
It is fitting that we help others while we help our students prepare for