- n. Plural form of assistant.
“A farmer friend leans towards them being sheep washes (some springs on the Ordnance map are named thus), but one of my girl assistants is worried by this, saying that the traffic management of the sheep would be made easier if there were separate entrances and exits.”
“This website created by graduate assistants from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign History, Philosophy, and Newspaper Library during academic year 2006-2007.”
“One of my husband's assistants is married to a lady who sells candles from her home.”
“The first time they came in to meet with Fussell, he called the assistants in and said we had visitors today and they want to see our system.”
“At the University of Bonn my work and that of most of my assistants is concentrated on experimental economics.”
“Leval and two other assistants from the American Ambassador.”
“This work, done by Miss Louise Conklin of New York, with expert assistants, is a most beautiful illustration of the fact that any craft may become an art through the perfection of its execution.”
“When Hollowell looked out the front door and saw the tornado nearly across the street, he called his assistants into action on in-store phones and in seconds the warnings had the 50 or so employees and up to 60 customers running to the back, where they packed in shoulder to shoulder.”
“I didn't have high expectations," Herrion said, "but when I watched Dennis' first game, he was so lights-out -- he chased down every ball -- that I called my assistants and told them, 'This is the guy we've got to have.”
“The confidence she gained may have been what impelled her as a teen-ager to walk into Genthe's studio, cold, ask for a job, and become one of his many young short-term assistants coming and going.”
Looking for tweets for assistants.