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“Each group was assigned a note-taker, and Sullivan said the note-takers would catalogue "emerging themes" for future planning purposes.”
“It wasn't a great surprise, suddenly you turn around and you look back on your life and you see it all laid out, because as a traveling person, I think I'm just kind of a note-taker.”
“Not worth this," the note-taker quoted Nick as saying.”
“Building Blocks of a Book • When he's working on a project, Mr. Roth is a dedicated note-taker.”
“And when he is joined by Russell Barr as a Boswell who is a mixture of close companion, whipping-boy and assiduous note-taker, you feel you are eavesdropping on one of the great double-acts in literary history.”
“Rowan Williams — reader of Tolkien and prolific author, opponent of nuclear weapons and the Iraq War, Latin note-taker and distinguished scholar at Cambridge, husband and father — presides over 80 million Anglican believers around the world.”
“I was the note-taker and I saw there was certain chemistry between the chair of the MILF and that of the president.”
“The Inside Source: Are you a note-taker or sketcher?”
“Gadhafi behind a table, the translator to his left, me to his right, and Rosemary and a note-taker to my right.”
“An inveterate note-taker, he jots observations about the meetings and reminders in a large black book that goes wherever he goes.”
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