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In normal times, this dubious public aloofness would pass for a Shakespearean adage of 'letting I dare not wait upon I would'.
Allies, adversaries and crises will not wait upon the whims and weaknesses of German politics.
Passengers will wait upon arrival in an air-conditioned lounge for taxis and public transport at the airport," said Mr Al Janahi.
Its engaging quality is brought about, in part, by a structure that echoes its central argument: theology must wait upon and be generated from the experience of a poetic and dramatic encounter.
A servitor received free tuition and accommodation, in return for which he was expected to wait upon the college fellows.
But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not be faint.
Hamdy Al-Fakharani, the claimant who raised the case ahead of the Supreme Council calling for the disbandment of the Muslim Brotherhood Association, previously expressed his wish to wait upon the court decision on 12 October.
Horsfall and the secretary to wait upon Mr Jonas Horsfall with respect to the champagne account contracted at the Queen Pub on the occasion of our cricket team carrying off the Lumb Challenge Cup.
The eyes of all wait upon thee, and thou givest them their meat in due season.
The students are fabulous and wait upon us hand and foot.
Wait upon God and feel God's good presence; this will carry you through evenly your day's business.