"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."
How could the presence of these articles in my house affect either the honour, the sanity, or the life of my flighty colleague
? If his messenger could go to one place, why could he not go to another?
"I am sorry to contradict my famous friend and colleague
," said the Owl, "but as far as I'm concerned, I think that when the dead weep, it means they do not want to die."
Smith and his colleague exchanged glances, and the latter drew his chief on one side.
Smith leaning all the time upon his colleague's shoulder.
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.
The data suggest that the neutron star has a low-mass companion in an elongated orbit, Garmire and his colleagues
Koken, a visiting fellow at the NIEHS Environmental Toxicology Program, and colleagues
in the August 2003 EHP.
Knowing that many people are "customers"--staff, colleagues
, patients, suppliers, and others--physician executives should ask each of them to rate their performance to help focus on customers' specific needs, which should then become the physician executives' goals.
The system devised by Lewis and his colleagues
features a silicon chip overlaid with a checkerboard of polymer films studded with particles of gold, silver, or carbon.