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  • So after a good half-hour of striving to assemble two decent sweater-and-blouse sets, I finally submitted to the logic of being a man in Ann Taylor Loft: I left the ultimate decision in the hands of well-experienced professionals who had worn women's garments for their entire lives.

    One Man's Adventure in a Women's Clothing Store

  • With him was a well-trained, well-experienced flight crew, flying in a well-designed and well-maintained aircraft.

    Flight 1549 - Miracle On The Hudson : A Hopeful Metaphor For The USA In 2009

  • Anyhow, re having skilled diplomats: Our current ambassador in Iraq, who conducted the talks with the Iranians, Ryan Crocker, seems like an exceptionally well-experienced, well-qualified, and courageous diplomat.

    Matthew Yglesias » When Diplomacy Isn’t

  • LEMON: And this one particular sniper operation really -- I'm being told that this came from the time when had tall ships, when we used to go ship to ship operations trying to deal with this and then this is a-- this sniper unit is a very old unit and are very well-experienced in this type of operations.

    CNN Transcript Apr 12, 2009

  • Second point, I think journalists are very well-experienced.

    CNN Transcript Jan 10, 2009

  • This young man, our guide and our well-experienced helmsman not only displayed his skill in forging a blistering, very scary category “4 & 5” rapids ride but spoke “practiced” English exceptionally well.

    Who and When to tip?

  • NOGUERA: I think it's based on a false assumption that just a little bit of money might get kids to work harder, try harder, ignoring the fact that some of those kids are not being taught by well-experienced or well-trained teachers.

    CNN Transcript Jul 23, 2008

  • "Adair comes well-experienced and is respected in government circles which will stand him in good stead because getting the FSA's views heard and understood [by government] is no mean feat," said John Tattersall, chairman of the financial-services regulatory practice at PriceWaterhouseCoopers.

    Adair Turner Will Become FSA Chairman

  • PEDRO NUGUEDA, PROFESSOR, NEW YORK UNIVERSITY: I think it's based on a false assumption that just a little bit of money might get kids to work harder, try harder, ignoring the fact that some of those kids are not being taught by well-experienced or well-trained teachers.

    CNN Transcript Jul 23, 2008

  • Master-Cook should be a man of years; well-experienced, whereby the younger cooks will be drawn the better to obey his directions.

    Old Cookery Books and Ancient Cuisine

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