from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of interview.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act or custom of holding an interview or interviews.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The practice of seeking interviews and colloquy, especially with persons of some importance or conspicuousness. for the purpose of publishing their remarks in newspapers.
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But for the most part, people in New Hampshire take such pride in what they call the interviewing process for the rest of the country, they say, you know, whatever it takes in order to maintain that first-in-the-nation primary status, we'll do it.
Second, you're admitting that you are inexperienced in interviewing and negotiating.
The Mets will begin interviewing candidates next week for their vacant general manager position, and of the four they'll meet with, here's the advantage Rick Hahn has: He hasn't been a GM yet.
In January 2004 I will begin interviewing people and organizations that are not directly using the Internet to learn about them and how they cope in a world that is increasingly interconnected.
Wonderful details such as the woman who complains that the person he's interviewing is not poor because her mother has a TV.
I would suggest these people take a class in interviewing with a professional.
In 2003, New Jersey native Gershman heard hints of the story and began doing research, eventually traveling to Albania to begin interviewing those Muslims who took part and who were still alive.
Anyone care to wager how long it will be before Fox tries to arrange an interview with Palin interviewing Obama?
I heard about 100 different forms of torture in interviewing these men as they recounted, some of them, for the first time since it had happened, what had happened to them in these prison camps.
The King of the Q&A has made his name interviewing celebrities and politicians alike, and announced Tuesday that he would step down from "Larry King Live" and transition into a part-time role with CNN.
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