- From Latin alumni. (Wiktionary)
“The other is what we call our alumni client partners, which you see on page ten, or slide ten and when we began this approach of hiring a lot of new client partners as in 2005, and o those who were already with us at that time are called alumni and everybody else is one of the new classes.”
“There haven't been too many successful male alumni from the notorious fame academy unless you count him from the Kooks and Dane Bowers, perhaps because we like our boy pop stars authentic and real – maybe this is why grime artist Bashy, another Brit kid, has yet to break through.”
“Most UK businesses with 10 staff or more will have at least one regular Facebook user among their employees; Facebook is also widely used to maintain alumni networks of current and former colleagues.”
“Obviously, I'm not going to sell $5,000 worth of books to the Loughlin alumni, which got me to career day in the first place -- but who cares?”
“J.D. Salinger pt. 1: @steveagee JD Salinger and I are both alumni from the same military academy (Where they filmed TAPS), also the basis for Pency Prep in Catcher ...”
“In other words, with rare exceptions, spending more on a football or men's basketball program does not yield increases in alumni giving, net operating revenue, winning or academic quality.”
“Butterz have gone international, with Elijah and partner Skilliam playing clubs worldwide, their releases supported across scenes, label alumni now playlisted on 1Xtra (Swindle's infectiously soulful Ignition) and remixing pop artists such as Yasmin and Katy B (Southampton's Royal-T).”
“No high-profile alumni from the Tobacco Road powerhouses of Wake Forest and North Carolina State appear to have contributed campaign cash to a presidential candidate this cycle.”
“Anyway, I'm digging this linked to post from Post Money Value where the respondent I believe is female, and the language is suitably postgrad, rich enough, high IQ, acerbic. (im so transparent) Extracts from The Sand Hill Slave who definitely knows how to bust a fn rhyme: My friend Steve* does these little network mixer gatherings for his alumni from a certain Ivy League institution.”
“I have stayed somewhat active in alumni affairs, but my experience is not much different than yours as you described it.”
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