Keep your calm is the way to be victorious in sports.
let me guess a nice calm sunny weather
he was playing a song to calm the passengers
they were playing to keep the passenger calm
is it love song
Stay calm. But you may have to sedate him or take him to the vet. Please try not to scare the dog. If you are calm, so is your dog. Simply wait until he is calm, and pin him down gently as if you are playing with him. Stay careful. Then try your best to remove the hook.
Calm Down, Baby by Mac Lethal.
"Calm your tits" is British slang for "calm down". You "calm your tits" by doing whatever makes you calm (music, sports, etc).
Playing calm music has a positive effect on the brain and body, can lower blood pressure.
Iguanas are very easy to tame but you can never give up because they can be very stubborn to tame them you have to hold them very tightly because they are very fast and when you hold them you rub them very softly and that will calm them down
They play soccer in all sorts of weather, be it hot or cold, windy or calm, dry or wet. Only if the pitch is unplayable, like by being extremely wet or frozen solid or covered in heavy snow, might a game be called off. That is the decision of the referee.
as calm as you like
There is not a calm in a rock. Calm refers to an emotion a person feels. Calm is an adjective. A rock is considered an object and does not feel emotions.
calm = calme
The ice is pretty calm.
He is not always calm.
calm = tranquilo
water, its still and calm.
To me, calm, like the sea. The sea is calm, sea is blue, blue is calm. :)
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The address of the Mount Calm Public Library is: 222 Allyn Ave, Mount Calm, 76673 M
Yes, playing a radio on low in your rabbitry will calm rabbits and when a stranger comes to look at them they will not be startled by a strange voice (or two). It will also keep them calm so that fireworks, dogs barking and traffic noise will not scare them.
The calm waters drifted me ashore.