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1. The foreign guests will call on you next Wednesday afternoon.
2. The President paid a courtesy call on Emperor Akihito.
3. We thought we'd call on James on the way home.
4. I'm now going to call on the President to make the draw.
5. She would have to call on all her strength if she was to survive the next few months.
6. I like that you should call on me frequently.
7. Why not call on me tomorrow?
8. I had occasion to call on him last year.
9. Let's call on John/at John's house.
10. They will call on you to render assistance.
11. We sometimes have to call on outside expertise.
12. I will now call on Lily for an answer.
13. Give me a call on my mobile.
14. Why don't you call on my sister when you're in Brighton?
15. We base this call on grounds of social justice and equity.
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16. A representative of the company will call on you to assess the damage.
17. He decided to pay a call on Tommy Cummings.
18. Sofia was intending to call on Miss Kitts.
19. The children always have first call on her time.
20. Her children had first call on her time.
21. Emma Walton had to call on all her reserves of stamina to win the 10 000 metres.
22. Will you call on your clansmen to fight with us?
23. The job was to call on all her diplomatic skills and moral courage .
24. If you leave your address, I'll pay a call on you when I'm in the area.
25. We can call on our former teacher tomorrow.
26. She had to call on all her reserves of courage to face the ordeal.
27. The fung shui expert would call on the spirits to favor our venture.
28. Feminist psychologists are often reluctant to call on psychoanalysis.
29. used with some nouns to show that you are giving or doing the thing mentioned I'll pay a call on my friends.
30. I said do you mind if I talk, I said do you mind if I make a call on the phone.
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