Well, on my Virtual Villagers 3, I have tried to get the chief to have a baby 2 times and it hasn't worked. So my answer is no. But keep on trying!
The slaves in ancient Egypt worked in the mines, worked in the field and cooked for their masters.
I have a Masters Degree from Corllins University, worked out well for me.
No. They worked and were property.
They worked for their masters. Somethings they did were : Cook, work out in feilds, watch the owners children. They did this for no pay and they did this from sunrise to sundown. they also fingered their masters
She worked primarily in India but her missions are now located all over the world.
Yes, Mother Teresa worked with the poorest of the poor and her Missionaries of Charity continue that work today.
Men, women and children owned by citizens or by the state, who worked on tasks directed by their masters without payment. The were subject entirely to their masters and had no rights.
Journeymen were craftsmen who were not masters of the trade but worked under the supervision of a master craftsman. They were on a lifelong journey towards becoming masters themselves.
conflicts are worked out is called?
they worked at a bycicle shop called the Wright they worked at a bycicle shop called the Wright they worked at a bycicle shop called the Wright they worked at a bicycle building and repair shop called The Wright Cycle exchange then changed it to Wright Cycle compare
That happened to me too! Just keep trying and trying. It worked out eventually, but if it doesn't try another guy!