There is no one among you, my brave colleagues, who has not seen the Moon, or, at least, heard speak of it.
I have the honor, my brave colleagues, to propose a trial of this little experiment.
The Parisian director approached his English colleague
, and looked at him with grave and anxious scrutiny.
Either his colleague
's intellect was in a failing state--or his colleague
had some purpose in view which had not openly asserted itself yet.
Now she has been the subject of a misconduct hearing by the Nursing and Midwifery Council, where she admitted borrowing money from eight colleagues
, some of which was never paid back.
Centro Capital Centre Abu Dhabi celebrated its colleagues
during a week-long 'appreciation week'.
1% for colleagues
working in its stores across the UK, taking the hourly rate of pay for all established colleagues
We are very appreciative of the effort and creativity of our colleagues
who submitted their work.
I hated hearing about the lucrative and prestigious positions my colleagues
had landed as a result of who they or their parents knew," says Redic, explaining that as the youngest daughter in a large family solely supported by a father with only a high school diploma, she felt disadvantaged.
The move seemed to take even McConnell's Republican colleagues
Wagstaff and his colleagues
published a study in the June PLoS Medicine that provides a clue to alleviating both the cost and safety problems of snake antivenom.
Contrary to the theoretical assumption, in a sample of faculty physicians at four universities, the perception of support by colleagues
or professional organizations in general was not associated with intention to prescribe the method.