- n. Plural form of achiever.
“Both men, academic high achievers from a tony Boston suburb, were ordered to remain behind bars for two more days.”
“Both men, academic high-achievers from a tony Boston suburb, were ordered to remain behind bars for two more days.”
“But the difference between me and the non-achievers is I blame ME for my failures, not any of the usual victicrate excuses given for being a non-achiever or “unfortunate.””
“One of the most difficult tasks for all you super achievers is delegating.”
“The state government felicitates achievers from the Hindi film industry with the Raj Kapoor award and those who have made a mark in the Marathi film industry with the V Shantaram Awards.”
“Endeavour executive scholarships are presently available to high achievers from the Russian business, industry, government and education sectors.”
“At the festival the "achievers" - as the fanatics of the film call themselves, after the Little Lebowski Urban Achievers mentioned in the movie - shout "nice marmot" or "careful man, there's a beverage here".”
“The "achievers" you cite are, like most Republicans who honor principle by foisting it on anyone but themselves and then announcing "other priorities," all talk.”
“Her father, a pump operator at the city water plant, and her stay-at-home mother pushed their two children to be "achievers" and get the education they didn't have, says her brother, Craig Robinson.”
“** Don't even TRY to compare year-to-year if the school is new, growing rapidly, and has a consistent influx of kids that would be considered among the poorest achievers which is EXACTLY who goes to a new, voluntary charter school in a poor community.”
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