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She called me up to the office to explain the new policy.
He called me over and gave me a talking-to.
He’s been called to a meeting with the vice-president.
Robinson was called before the commission last week.
Can you call a taxi for me?
Jack went to call an ambulance.
Eventually the police were called.
Firefighters were called to a blaze at a school.
Did you call me?
Her father called up the stairs.
Paul called to the waiter for another drink.
He called to the driver to stop.
He called her from the hospital.
For more information call 1–800–555–3820.
I’ll call to confirm the time of the meeting.
The President called him “a genuine hero.”
I would call what’s happening there a war.
It is sometimes called the Garden State because there are so many areas with trees and plants.
You owe me $5.08, so let’s call it five even.
They called me stupid and useless.
Are you calling me a liar?
The other children teased her and called her names.
Her name’s Elizabeth, but we call her Liz.
The teachers always called us by our last names.
When I call your name, raise your hand.
Harris wants to call a meeting to discuss the new proposals.
The country should dissolve its parliament and call an election.
The situation in the East is hard to call.
It’s very difficult to call the market.
The referees called time while the clock was reset.
a demonstration that was intended to call attention to the plight of endangered species
I’d like to call your attention to exhibit A.
I think that the association’s integrity has been called into question by the affair.
That was the end of the discussion, if you could call it that.
Now that’s what I call a cup of coffee!