Care should be taken to ask one question at a time.
Care should be taken in such areas, especially at night.
We would also ask the political groups to take more care.
The king should have taken care of him in the first act.
I could've taken care of her back on the road.
For the moment they would have to take care of themselves.
He said you were just like your mother, a woman who really wanted a husband to take care of and children to look after.
The old couple takes good care of him even though he is small.
Who would take care of her when she gets old?
She would just have to take care of him later.
I shall summon the matron and have her take care of our new guest.
"I want for take care my husband," she said.
"Let a trained professional take care of your baby for the night or two that you are in the hospital."
Father Pete nodded again, gave Tom a grim take care of her look, and trundled out the front door.
Others were unloading on him now with handguns, and he let the dying take care of themselves.
And can you install the kit yourself, or should you have a professional take care of it?
A caretaker was then assigned to the take care of the bunker.
Less to relax and to let another take care of things, and Dumarest had proved to be a good companion.
The British take care of their own, and you may be sure that when their conductors go on the road, music from home comes with them.
Just to remind you why you should always let a professional take care of your needs.