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We told ourselves to calm down and we did,' said Carlos, who had 22 points for UP.
He should take a deep breath and calm down because hearing the Welsh language being spoken by the majority of the people in his local area is as about as likely as English being spoken by the majority of people living in Gwynedd.
Project You: More than 50 Ways to Calm Down, De-stress, & Feel Great is a compendium of creative ways for teen girls to manage their mental health.
I calm down for periods of time and then I'm actually worse - I'm more wild for a short period of time.
Things did calm down - well, a little - and Raised By Wolves (ITV, Monday) grew into a hugely-enjoyable series.
The lads are hurting because they know they can play better but I might need a few days to calm down.
Sources told PPP has extended offer to PML-N that if the latter wills then it can hold talks with PAT to calm down the situation in order to prevent the democracy from derailing.
When people feel anxious and try to calm down, they are thinking about all the things that could go badly.
You could tell her to take a deep breath, point out to her how much Jai loves her, remind her that she's not exactly been a saint herself and to calm down, but calming down has never really been Charity's style, has it?
Raffi Hovhannisian's calls for help have been followed by an urge to calm down.
Albanian Premier Sali Berisha wants to calm down the situation in Macedonia, government sources from Tirana tell LAJM.
Interior Minister Gordana Jankuloska strongly condemned the series of incidents in buses and appealed the tensions to calm down because the violence might end tragically.