- n. computing Practice of always using references instead of copies of equal objects.
- v. present participle of intern.
“When looking to the idea of interning or practical experience gathering before someone goes out into the world and meets with real live clients to do changework beyond the simple induction and suggestion, then supervised hours are a worthy goal.”
“Romney had an interesting line --- he said we don't want Hillary "interning" in the white house.”
“Romney will be sneaky dirty ---- one of the Fox commentators picked up on what I did --- we cannot have Hillary "interning" at the white house.”
“Tell me you've read Bill Buford's article in the New Yorker, about "interning" as a butcher in Tuscany?”
“However, I've been told by Career Services firms will not hire anyone without any legal experience, such as interning, clerking ... making copies.”
“She'd been interning at Watermill for the last couple weeks, but "don't worry, she's home by 5 p.m.," Mr. Lane said.”
“Whether it's by donating, partnering, interning, volunteering, or learning more about organizations that specialize in the cause, we must stand behind these courageous men and women who fight to end exploitation and trafficking in their communities.”
“I have uploaded this journal into a blog that will better allow me to share these experiences with the general public and in particular with anyone who may be interested in interning with the PAP or a similar African institution in the future.”
“When the impoverished 29-year-old Deng then interning at a Murdoch company met the 66-year-old multi-billionaire Murdoch in 1997, it was apparently love at first audit.”
“In January, after six weeks of interning without pay for the online review site My Village, Hudson, 21, resigned in disgust.”
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