And that night, coming out of the cannery, he was interviewed
by his fellow workmen, who were very angry and incoherently slangy.
So I interviewed
my Mammy Jennie, my old nurse at whose black breast I had suckled.
The astounding thing about it was that they refused in almost identically the same language, and this in face of the fact that I interviewed
them separately and that one did not know that I had seen or was going to see the other.
Afterwards they both went up and interviewed
She must have interviewed
Charles in another world--where one did have interviews.
He, who had interviewed
so many illustrious personages, had himself become illustrious and was interviewed
in his turn.
But Lord Ernest Belville was addressing the meeting at Exeter Hall; I waited for him when the show was over, dogged him home to King John's Mansions, and interviewed
him in his own rooms there before he turned in.
I knew that, because I came to see him one night last week, and he interviewed
me himself through the gate, but wouldn't open it.
Saxon went in and interviewed
the shopkeeper, an emaciated, shrewd-eyed and middle-aged woman of foreign extraction.
also through a grating in a mud wall closing a blind alley an immensely corpulent Ital ian, who, the ex-sergeant-major remarked to me perfunctorily, had "killed another man last year.
Next day he interviewed
his two subordinates, Manders and Reilly, reckless youngsters who were as elated as if it were a deer-hunt.
The mock job interviews provided a realistic set up with every student being interviewed
by a panel of two DWC teachers/staff members, who judged student interview performance, as well as their CV and cover letter writing competencies'.