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  • Now since they never assembled by themselves alone, seeing that they could not propose or carry any measure without the Signory, they were also called the Colleagues, that is, the companions of the Signory, and their title was venerable.

    Renaissance in Italy, Volume 1 (of 7) The Age of the Despots

  • Your Majesties, Your Royal Highnesses, Honourable Members of the Norwegian Nobel Committee, Excellencies, My Colleagues from the IPCC, Distinguished Ladies & Gentlemen.

    Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change - Nobel Lecture

  • "Colleagues, that is not what Canadians want," he said.

    CBC | Top Stories News

  • As Hearst's San Francisco Chronicle lays off some 100 staffers, the newspaper's Web site is updating a blog, called Colleagues Remembered, that posts obit-like items about the departing employees.

    A Word to the Wise - A Townhall.com user blog

  • One of his Colleagues was the coordinator for the Journalists Association Against Aids (Journ Aids) Chinyeke Tembo.

    Two Malawian Journalists Arrested

  • What I've done is create lists for "People I Know" (folks I could actually identify if I ran into them walking down the street), as well as "Colleagues," "Close Friends," and "High School," which, should be self-explanatory.

    Mashable!

  • I did find the mention of the victims "Colleagues" to be an interesting term to use.

    Latest Articles

  • "Colleagues" and "Classmates" area to see who may have joined since you last checked.

    EmploymentDigest

  • "Colleagues" tab, you can see a list of people who have worked at the places where you have worked.

    EmploymentDigest

  • Rove Fabricates "Colleagues" Comments About Sotomayor

    News Hounds

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