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  • Towards the end of the novel, there is someone only identified as The Intern who regularly fellates the President under his desk and, in a spectacular moment after the resolution of the Cuban Missile Crisis, in a small room right off the Oval Office.

    And Before Bill, There was Jack: Jed Mercurio's American Adulterer

  • My random comment for the evening: Ross the Intern is my favorite Leno correspondent.

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  • Within minutes of the launch, however, a group called Intern Aware issued quotes from Jonny Medland from Oxford, who claimed to have worked as an intern for Mr Clegg in opposition.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • My advice … Forget about just being the "Intern" - think about being the "

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  • "Intern" as a title doesn't usually get you very far -- maybe down the street to Starbucks for a coffee run.

    MTV Intern: My Night At The Oscars » MTV Movies Blog

  • Title: "Intern"; media room inmate; gaming machine.

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  • Vegas 'Intern' winner Katie Myrick talks about her SND experience video testimonial from Katie Myrick, the Indiana University student who won "The Intern" competition at A look behind the Obama painting in The Post's special inaugural section The Washington Post hits the streets on Inauguration Day, it will include a 38-page special section titled "Dawn of a Presidency" that chronicles "the long road Barack Obama, and his country, traveled to reach this moment."

    Journerdism | Will Sullivan's Stompin' ground for journalists and nerds.

  • Epson should have called the Artisan all-in-one the "Intern" instead - it works that hard to please.

    Cult of Mac

  • "Intern" makes off with internal documents that he misappropriated;

    Westword | Complete Issue

  • "Intern" gives said documents to right-wing think tank headed by a documented liar with a political agenda;

    Westword | Complete Issue

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