- n. Plural form of consultant.
“In 2004 Ms. Greybe joined DHR International, an executive-search company with headquarters in Chicago and what it calls consultants at 42 North American locations, three in Europe and six in Asia-Pacific.”
“Härkää Sarvista," or "Grab the Bull by the Horns" pulls together a group of what it calls consultants to address an issue that an individual has raised.”
“Pawlenty has hired online consultants from the 2008 presidential campaigns of Romney and Rep. Ron Paul.”
“You can bet that one of the city's consultants is working this weekend on a report.”
“A Cabinet Office spokesman denied rumours that the Government has hired consultants from the Khmer Rouge to develop further methods of reducing the average IQ of the UK - methods believed to include the summary execution of anyone able to do mathematics.”
“In that time period, they spend a lot of time, money, and energy bombarding the workers with anti-union propaganda, often including bringing in consultants specializing in anti-union propaganda.”
“When I was at AT&T Wireless doing the GSM migration we brought in consultants for their real-world GSM experience and they were invariably foreign (nobody thought much of any experience to be gleaned from those who had worked at Omnipoint or Voicestream, I guess).”
“The situation reminds me of the British National Health Service which was once run by consultants for the benefit of consultants, is now run by managers for the benefit of politicians when in fact it should be run by consultants for the benefit of patients.”
“And the wildlife service would take charge of the permitting process, coordinating with all the agencies involved and bringing in consultants to help develop the plan, known as a Habitat Conservation Plan.”
“- La Leche League's ideology (she calls their consultants "Ayatollahs of breastfeeding" and insists children grow up just as healthy and smart on powdered milk).”
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