Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of receptionist.

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Examples

  • At a company like Microsoft, the receptionists were all temps, and knew far less about anything like this than the support people.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Thoughts on the Legality of the Gizmodo Warrant

  • UPDATE: I just called Shelby's office and was told that the receptionists are aware that you can add your name as a cosponsor after a resolution passes.

    06/15/2005

  • So why have some companies started calling their receptionists Directors of First Impressions?

    Jacked-Up Job Titles

  • Of course, any other questions had to be referred to the receptionists.

    Twilight’s Child

  • Of course, any other questions had to be referred to the receptionists.

    Twilight’s Child

  • The rules are so vague that tangential staff such as receptionists and janitors, as well as institutional heads of hospitals, HMOs and insurance companies, are covered.

    Medical conscience rule blends religion and medicine

  • Man extradited to the US for committing unspeakable acts of violins Life imitates art: With fake web sites, documents, and real "receptionists," a smooth-talking

    Latest News - UPI.com

  • Man extradited to the US for committing unspeakable acts of violins Life imitates art: With fake web sites, documents, and real "receptionists," a smooth-talking

    Latest News - UPI.com

  • Man extradited to the US for committing unspeakable acts of violins Life imitates art: With fake web sites, documents, and real "receptionists," a smooth-talking

    Latest News - UPI.com

  • Man extradited to the US for committing unspeakable acts of violins Life imitates art: With fake web sites, documents, and real "receptionists," a smooth-talking

    Latest News - UPI.com

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