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A BOY of five died after being forgotten inside a locked car for hours when his surgeon father was called away for an emergency operation.
The Argentine youngster had won a regular place in the side before Christmas before being called away on international duty at the South American under-20 Championships.
Bell was called away and said to Watson, "Here, hold this.
Owner has been called away for military service forcing him to sell.
Will he make it to the church on time, or will she be left at the altar if he gets called away on another case?
The Mayor, who had planned to attend the event held at Club 101 on Tuesday, March 15, was called away to head the U.
After the ceremony was over, one of the officers called away Kim as the family stood talking in the city plaza with a reporter about Kim's identical twin brother, Chris.
He even managed to annoy the doctor who delivered him - Dr McCabe - because the medic was called away from the Boro game in question in order to supervise the birth.
She is called away when a body is discovered in a stone sarcophagus belonging to the Met--the body is not only modern but is the corpse of the exhibit's museum liaison.
Robin Monroe (Anne Heche) and her fiance are on a South Seas holiday when she's called away on business.
But after Bill Miller, 47, was forced to speak late in the chamber and David Martin, also 47, was called away because of a family illness, they were left to go out on the town with Catherine Stihler, 27.
We are treated to endless ruminations between her and her husband Baruch, a New York assistant district attorney who, during Blumenfeld's sojourn in Israel, is called away to prosecute boxing promoter Don King for fraud (thus providing Blumenfeld with an opportunity to pad her narrative with some irrelevant trial detail.