Local people call the fence the 'Snake of Fire'.
The use of both call types is called biphonation.
Other smaller operators also call at the airport.
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Some National Express coach services call at Wells.
the Allied commanders were forced to call a retreat.
The Nahuas of Durango call their language Mexicanero.
Trains run by Arriva Trains Wales call at the station.
Campaigners call on MPs to restore Ripon railway link.
Pentecostals commonly call these ceremonies ordinances.
Parliament can call for referenda on proposed legislation.
When snow is violent and falls heavily we call it a blizzard.
However, a call to ministry intruded upon his academic career.
Lavender can be used in breads where recipes call for rosemary.
Cook's call 'not a penny off the pay, not a minute on the day'.
Since then, the office has been primarily used as a call centre.
Even when a boat was on call it could take 45 minutes to respond.
These armies were subject to the king's call for military support.
Passengers also commonly call a central dispatch office for taxis.
Its first emergency call was to Wanstone Court Farm, St Margaret's.