- n. Plural form of office.
“I propose that these offices should be no longer _banks_ or _treasuries_, but mere _offices of administration_.”
“On the way home, the friend who I went with spoke with me about this - we both work in offices on the same street as game studios and yet would never have even realised that they exist in such abundance.”
“Vandlaizing political offices is a small step toward the kind of domestic terrorism that DHS warned about in the last days of the Bush administration.”
“We're talking business, they actually cuss in offices now.”
“Interesting that the trolls claim that the violent vandlaism targeting Democratic offices is the work of Democratic operatives.”
“Babies were born in offices, lifts, toilets and a caravan, according to the Freedom of Information data for 2007 and 2008 from 117 out of 147 trusts which provide maternity services.”
“December 14th, 2009 5: 29 pm ET vote out all people who are now holding offices is government”
“Conversation in offices, pubs and across the blogosphere is of nothing else, as with bated breath, we eagerly anticipate the Answer to the question we're all waiting for ....”
“IMHO, indeed it is true that most ranks above that of Inspector (and including a lot of day shirker Inspectors who hide in offices) have sold out their collective backsides to climb the greasy pole.”
“Get all of those hiding in offices back out where they should be, so we can actually attend these jobs and make some sort of impact.”
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A richly peopled category of palace residents back in the 15th century, which I propose to elevate to yet more ludicrous heighths
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