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  • Or the business-types rushing for the London train and knocking tourists and small children flying with their trolley cases. on December 6, 2009 at 9: 22 pm Olivers Army

    British Transport Police « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • A couple of business-types sat at the bar, but otherwise I was the only one there.

    Mississippi Blues

  • As rookie business-types we wear as many hats as possible, hoping we have the right blend of humility and ambition to get ahead and bring others along.

    Josh Burstein: The Generation in the Bubble

  • (As a bonus, he might get props from the business-types.)

    Hillary Hits Obama: We Need A "Hands On" President

  • The last few years have seen the rise of Republicans and business-types who are active on the issue - generals and CIA directors and energy company CEO's who are, for a variety of reasons, worried about our carbon future.

    John Wihbey: Overselling "Climate Conflict"?

  • Again, we are given no reason to believe that Rhys Meyers can use Microsoft Word, never mind Excel or PowerPoint or whatever it is that business-types use their computers for.

    Kevin Hench: "Original" Sin

  • So, it depends on who you are marketing your book to, the general public, secular business-types, or a potentially world-wide audience.

    Book advice, please: The title « BuzzMachine

  • Those behind the new club believe it will be the perfect opportunity for elite business-types in Edinburgh and Glasgow to glad-hand with the influential.

    Archive 2004-07-11

  • All but the racist white Republicans, like Leslie Ghiz and Nick Spencer, and business-types will support Winburn.

    Archive 2005-06-01

  • A long-requested feature from an influential, vocal minority: rambling, travelin' business-types.

    Forbes.com: News

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  • In Monterey, CA in the 80's and 90's the term "skitz" was used frequently to be a synonym for "awesome", "rad", "excellent" or "badass". No idea where this came from or whether it also was used in other regions of California, but it seemed to be widely used among people from all different neighborhoods and schools. Example:

    Did you see Dylan's new skateboard? Hell yeah, it's skitz.

    July 6, 2009