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“All-male English classes give boys a leg-up | The Kincardine …”
“Sure, Where the Wild Things Are and Green Eggs and Ham may be beloved by generations of kids, but many parents are concerned that colorful pictures and imaginative stories aren't going to give their 5-year-old a leg-up on their SATs.”
“My experiences have taught me that even if unpaid internships are inevitably the territory of the wealthier and more privileged, less privileged people without the financial backing to work for nothing are not, in fact, at a disadvantage because people who are doing unpaid internships are not getting a leg-up in the job market.”
“Yes, it is possible the Windows Phone platform will give Nokia's smartphones a leg-up.”
“Under our plans more than 800,000 young people will be given a leg-up into industry via paid internships.”
“Learning American history by listening to music may sound like a short cut, but when the teacher is opera star Thomas Hampson , it's more of a highbrow leg-up.”
“The recession has only made internships more valuable: students who have completed internships have a leg-up over other job applicants in a tough job market for young, educated workers.”
“In turn, the already existent Blue Plaques group on Flickr proved useful and amenable, and the idea of using images from Flickr on the Open Plaques service gained an important leg-up when Flickr agreed to grant a “machine tag” option to photographs of plaques uploaded under a Creative Commons licence.”
“Optimists might find glimmers of hope in a decision last week to open up the stock market to qualified foreign investors--which could give a leg-up to capital inflows--or a slight recovery in manufacturing activity and employment last month.”
“And that's fine as far as it goes, but to sell the game worldwide it also helps to stage the odd event on those foreign doorsteps where the game needs a leg-up.”
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