References in classic literature ?
When the house-servant here has brought up the dinner, and when you and I are alone in the room -- instead of your waiting on me, as usual, I will wait on you.
Don't be worried, I'm better now, and it is my fault I was ill, not yours; for I needn't have been so silly as to wait in the cold just because I said I would.
The Sultan did not wait for Scheherazade to ask his leave.
But overall waits are still too long and the very steep increase in the number of patients waiting longer than a year for treatment is very worrying.
I will wait for you as cicada wait through winter, their August song harbored in the last thunder clap of the season.
So as of now, I have nothing major to wait for, except maybe the convention I plan to attend with my law and cosplay friends in June.
The Welsh Government has a target that nobody should wait longer than 36 weeks.
Clwyd West AM and Tory shadow health minister Darren Millar said: "No-one deserves to be put through ridiculously long waits.
The more afraid we are, the more difficult it becomes to wait.
But at LAX, the effect of the waits may be just the opposite.
The enhanced website, part of the government's long-term strategy to improve wait times for health services in Manitoba, now includes: