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(1) He offered to go and attend to the matter.
(2) He left, saying he had pressing matters to attend to.
(3) Doctors tried to attend to the worst injured soldiers first.
(4) They would spin and weave cloth, cook and attend to the domestic side of life.
(5) Familiarise yourself with the new equipment before you attend to use it.
(6) I have some urgent business to attend to.
(7) We want the maximum number of people to attend to help us cover our costs.
(8) Attend to me, children.
(9) You must attend to your studies.
(10) He used to attend to his literary salons.
(11) The main thing is to attend to the injured.
(12) I can't attend to everything at the same time ——please come and help!
(13) Attend to what concerns you.
(14) I'm afraid I have some pressing business to attend to.
(15) Attend to your work and stop talking. Sentencedict.com
(16) I've got some unfinished business to attend to.
(17) It's time for you to wake up and attend to your business.
(18) I always have so many things to attend to when I come into the office after a trip abroad.
(19) The staff will helpfully attend to your needs.
(20) Local police officers will be encouraged to attend to improve local relations.
(21) Unless we attend to the words which have been placed into working memory, they will not be retained.
(22) In the afternoon I attend to the needs of the inhabitants of the Smoking Room and the gallery.
(23) The people relied on shamans and witches to attend to their sick and to act as their midwives.
(24) You have to drop everything and attend to it.
(25) Even so we would do well to attend to what it has to tell us.
(26) Again, in modern times office-staff attend to all calls and enquiries; who would, or could, breach these defences?
(27) I can't see the visitors right now. I have an urgent matter to attend to.
(28) I may be late - I have got one or two things to attend to.
(29) It is perhaps more surprising that they do sometimes attend to such matters,[sentencedict.com] if never with full care and attention.
(30) As soon as the child stops misbehaving the parent can attend to him or her again.
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