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    1. career, disfunction in your family, and a lot more other

    2. This man had been thrilling when they shared a career

    3. There is nothing wrong with retiring from a lifelong career, but to cease working in

    4. As the younger lot today is more focused on his/her career, marriage and having babies gets deferred to late 20s or early 30s vis-à-vis early 20s in the past

    5. Stay away from pointed questions about college or career plans; most sixteen-year-olds have not yet decided and resent pestering

    6. Her degrees in law and economics from the Grande Ecoles and Harvard Business School meant that she could have chosen any career she wanted

    7. in favour of high-class satisfaction during my career with the company, Eva was

    8. across all sorts in his long career as a country estate agent

    9. Melinda had followed Theo's rise to stardom in the fight against international crime, but this was all he had? He expected her to take a giant professional risk that could blight her career while he nosed around the tattoo parlors of Darklow town?

    10. The golden girl, so talented, good looking, the envy of all her friends in looks, talent and career

    11. Nevertheless, somehow she had thought that this time, just maybe, because he was a policeman too, it would make a difference He would understand the crazy career, the obsessions, the dark humor, the dark lows and the soaring highs of success that couldn't be shared with anyone else

    12. But her father had been a criminal and she loved him no matter what, despite everything, despite her own career

    13. Among Bahkmar's specific career duties on the Al-Harron was to make sure, by constantly reviewing the software, the data, and the presentations, that the colonnade of the Haadij was the grandest

    14. Joking apart, it would be the end of my career if there was so much as a hint of anything going on, and some of these girls are complete nightmares

    15. What he had done the last four days was keep more to himself in his lab, making it look like he was studying toward his career as well as toward religious bliss

    16. "We had a career together

    17. If you see a bright star falling from the sky, your career will be stunning but it won't last; it could also signify the death of a relative

    18. If you build a wall, it means that your devotion to your career prevents you from enjoying life

    19. There are still societies at YingolNeerie where everyone commutes to a career in an enclosed outdoor motorcar

    20. She enjoyed a long and illustrious career in the Secret Guild, working undercover more often than not at great personal risk

    21. To the end she followed with interest the career of High Guild member JayJay Lilwin whose daughter is named after her

    22. Do you realize what this will do to his career?

    23. "Surely a career sailor on a ship like this has plenty of choices

    24. My aunt might not even have been interested, after all she had her career, but they stood by me

    25. Having spent her first week of married life struggling with piles of creased cotton and Lycra, Cyberia felt much happier about her revised career prospects

    26. He didn't quite believe this, but nonetheless he fancied a change of career and scenery

    27. been such an incredible thing, as it has advanced so many people in their career, relationships

    28. career and you want to put that on your profile, then by logging on to your profile, you can click edit and change all your information so you can be represented as accurately as possible

    29. factors in the financial goals of each person, as well as their career goals

    30. Consider the usual state of men at that age: career focused, womanizers, drug users, different sexual orientation, and

    31. The great Chazza! He had been a teenage prodigy, a master of the beautiful game, who, in the prime of his career, had spiralled out of control in a whirlwind of drink, binge eating and late night brawls in discotheques

    32. Bling grew out of her modelling career and into the far more satisfying role of wife and mother

    33. Old Ted had never considered a career in the media, having considerable first hand experience of the pressures and the trials of it all through his employers

    34. He knew he couldn’t let any of his misgivings show, he was a military officer after all, though most of his career had been in logistics

    35. He joined that army as soon as he was old enough and his military career eventually lead here, so that now he was over the stars, and they were coming up at him

    36. 'I wasted my studies, fought with my parents, threw away my career

    37. 'I had just started my career when my nasty back almost finished it,' Fred said

    38. But if you want a career, think long term

    39. Her senate career wouldn’t have counted

    40. Kelvin was well aware of that, her career had been an acting job

    41. Towards the twilight of his career he spent one

    42. support in her stellar career, she has to pretend to be happily

    43. about her revised career prospects

    44. quite believe this, but nonetheless he fancied a change of career and

    45. a busy, exciting career, filled with travel all over

    46. ‘It would be a good career move

    47. It had suited Becky to make the move, her company had an office in Bristol and she was able to step up the career ladder by moving there

    48. of his career, had spiralled out of control in a whirlwind of drink,

    49. out of her modelling career and into the far more satisfying role of

    50. Old Ted had never considered a career

    1. bound charges careered back down the road

    2. The dog careered back out of the hotel doorway, pushing the

    3. Books flew across the room, Inks spilt over the floor, magic waters were smashed in their receptacles and tools and weapons of all sorts careered wilfully around the passageways

    4. As he shot across the road, Simon cut off several blameless drivers and careered along a grassy bank bumping the side of the vehicle along the edge of a speed barrier

    5. careered towards Sephiroth, propelling itself forward with a great

    6. The white plastic walls rushed by as Cloud careered along the

    7. The car careered towards the gate, forcing the guard at the last minute to flip up his metal barrier for fear of smashing his beloved outpost and then they were gone in a trail of dust; the Aston could definitely shift

    8. While other passengers read or dozed I clung white knuckled to my seat as the train careered along none too even tracks at over a hundred miles an hour

    9. She careered forward, tumbling onto a young couple immediately in front

    10. They careered into

    11. power whilst at speed careered into the rock face and burst

    12. He spun around screaming in agony, Carla careered into him and they crashed to the floor

    13. He had nearly pursued a careered in astronomy, but the possibility of him being

    14. Mounting the footpath, it hit a pile of several sacks and careered over the parapet,

    15. Our car careered around the corner, out of control and wrapped itself around a tree

    16. Scott jumped and skipped over shards of glass that careered across the

    17. The cavaliers in livery careered before him again as though it were for him alone, and not to enliven the festival of the day, that they wore it, and Sancho was in high delight, for it seemed to him that, how he knew not, he had fallen upon another Camacho's wedding, another house like Don Diego de Miranda's, another castle like the duke's

    18. The bottle spun, careered into an ashtray, tipping butts and ash onto the carpet

    19. From what I could see, a late-model red Jeep had lost control in the outside northbound lane and then careered across five lanes before hitting the walkway barrier and slamming into the railing, which was bulging to accommodate the Jeep’s front end

    20. During two or three days they slowly careered round and round in an immense ellipse, at least five or six miles in diameter, and at night alighted on the taller trees, which were completely coated with them

    1. An eye-witness later told the local reporter how the hovercraft had headed up the loading ramp at full throttle, careering its way through a low fence onto Clarence Pier, where it smashed into The Golden Horseshoe Amusement Arcade, taking out a length of its side wall

    2. Sliding towards the rear of the vehicle, I desperately scrabbled about for a handhold to stop myself careering right off the back

    3. From some faraway, hysterical, distance, my brain noted: My hands are in charge of this helm, attached to a careering boat aimed for San Francisco

    4. once more on a pothole, the thick tyres of the vehicle careering

    5. He slammed on his brakes at the last minute before careering

    6. ‘I just agreed with her that you were an absolute arsehole who wouldn’t last long at his job and who deserved the life of loneliness, poverty and misery you were careering towards

    7. Tell him he showed enormous presence of mind in swinging the car round, dodging the cyclist and not careering down the hill to both your dooms

    8. careering along the track

    9. The living were her territory, the conceptions, the births, the loves, even the hysterical careering of life heading without brakes and chasing with dog-eared determination the personal fulfilment of a smile and a full heart

    10. of me, whereas careering of a cliff face on my faithful old Honda 350 seemed an

    11. O storm, embodied, rising, careering with swift steps along the beach!

    12. Out in the shadows there milk-white combs careering,

    13. "Now look at that silly cow!" she said, "careering round as if it thought it was a circus

    14. The two mice, careering wildly, scampered cheekily over his slippers

    15. They’d all laughed at the boys careering about the stage, wearing the big green crocodile suit

    16. many a true word spoken in jest there is a flower that bloometh a few things I told him true about myself just for him to be imagining the Spanish girls he didnt like I suppose one of them wouldnt have him I got him excited he crushed all the flowers on my bosom he brought me he couldnt count the pesetas and the perragordas till I taught him Cappoquin he came from he said on the black water but it was too short then the day before he left May yes it was May when the infant king of Spain was born Im always like that in the spring Id like a new fellow every year up on the tiptop under the rockgun near OHaras tower I told him it was struck by lightning and all about the old Barbary apes they sent to Clapham without a tail careering all over the show on each others back Mrs Rubio said she was a regular old rock scorpion robbing the chickens out of Inces farm and throw stones at you if you went anear he was looking at me I had that white blouse on open in the front to encourage him as much as I could without too openly they were just beginning to be plump I said I was tired we lay over the

    17. Thus the night fled away, as if it were a winged steed, and he careering on it; morning came, and peeped, blushing, through the curtains; and at last sunrise threw a golden beam into the study and laid it right across the minister's bedazzled eyes

    18. There was a luminous serenity in them and the innocence in the soft brown depths struck him like a blow in the face, clearing some of the alcohol out of his brain, halting his mad, careering words in mid-flight

    1. Today the young are caught up with their careers, the middle-aged with position and prestige and everyone with competition and resultant insecurity

    2. All my residents have suffered loss as a result of war – either tangible loss in the shape of careers thrown off course or emotional trauma caused by bereavement - and I can empathise with them … if for a different, and drastically less acceptable reason

    3. benefits of these careers

    4. Abi said she didn’t really know but that law sounded interesting and that she’d have a look in the careers department for more information about it

    5. Come to think of it, I have to take care of my friends' careers too

    6. Have you mentioned this to the careers adviser at school? That would be the obvious place to start

    7. “I hope it is the same enough for me, and it has careers in what I know how to do, service student needs

    8. With different careers we had stayed together almost as long as I did with Lengkiin, but once we worked together we found ourselves at odds

    9. This art had been the careers of many, art that can only truly be appreciated from the air

    10. And then what? Are we going to have a family and careers

    11. I'm living in a nice home with a fine man in a great neighborhood and have two interesting and rewarding careers going

    12. I think it's the fact that it's been two careers all year that tires me

    13. Many careers and lives were destroyed this way

    14. entertainers used their talents to succeed in their careers but are failures in life

    15. [135] See Tammy Worth, “10 Careers With High Rates of Depression,” health

    16. Frank both had great UFC careers and are still fighting as of 2010

    17. many of the young men wanted to find careers in the whaling

    18. different types of maritime careers, both received practical

    19. careers, while army men chose for the most part to join with

    20. The litany of abuses predicated in the name of free expression, or proxy ―decisions‖ made on behalf of others who are unable to make informed decisions, are understood by the hordes of mentally ill people roaming the streets, who should be otherwise institutionalized for their own safety, if not for the safety of our society, for that matter, who remain on the streets, unable to properly care for themselves, mandated by civil rights organizations fearful that their rights may be jeopardized, people otherwise incapable of making a rational assessment of their own condition; not to mention conferring legitimacy to sexual deviancy in all its varieties that many of us have casually resigned ourselves to as ―simply‖ alternative lifestyles or championing (equal) protection under the law, that, in some instances, should call for censorship, or implausible assumptions regarding the ―unborn,‖ (Abortion) remanding millions of innocents to an early grave, a convenience for women fretting over their figures or professional careers, abetted by spineless politicians, who for expediency sake, continue advancing legislation denying them (―unborn‖) their own inalienable right to choose, had they the means, or encouraging a culture of death (Euthanasia) for the convenience of (the) would-be custodians of the terminally ill or perhaps to (simply) reduce the increasing costs of Healthcare, or the legalization of drugs because that too is a convenient alternative for a number of individuals who have seemingly lost the will to rid our society of rampant drug abuse and therefore justify such (hare-brained) schemes from the vantage point of opportunity savings or reduced social costs, or movements to eliminate God from the public consciousness lest society be reminded of its sins or perhaps because many of us have (conveniently) chosen to become our own gods

    21. This lesson, unfortunately, oftentimes expresses itself too late in life to the chagrin of ―ambitious‖ women who willfully placed their professional careers ahead of raising a family

    22. It had been perfect when we’d found each other and all the dots had dotted together to bring us as one before God, but our careers seemed to have taken precedence over our marriage

    23. It worried me so much that we were allowing our careers to become more important than God in our lives

    24. Most of us were below thirty years of age and our careers were over

    25. It is not my intention to marginalize the importance of classroom instruction and the vital role it plays in promoting academic achievement but to point out, rather, that the many decisions these students will eventually make in their professional careers will oftentimes override the limits of classroom instruction

    26. Some far right leaders did endorse these presidents, or even began their careers working for them

    27. So how and why did he end his military and then political careers so disastrously? How could he have likely started a nuclear war had he been elected president?

    28. He only a few months left to live, but his parents were too busy with their careers to tend to him

    29. Psychologists and Psychiatrists spend their careers in trying to find cures and explanations for these wiring problems

    30. We met in each other’s rooms at RVC for coffee and good conversation - not about boys (as in high school) or teaching prospects (as at college) but travel, unusual careers, different cultures and the meaning of life

    31. They hadn’t come all the way to England to watch their children go after frivolous careers

    32. AISD helped launch the sports careers of

    33. The written and spoken word by those who have practiced in this once proud profession, called journalism, may now be having second thoughts about their choice of careers

    34. careers with the leaders of tomorrow

    35. John’s careers have included both a military component and a business leader/owner component as outlined in this book

    36. , in setting up the careers of his sons

    37. What sort of people followed these pioneers? Study the careers of the children of the Kennedys, the Rockefellers, and the Harrimans

    38. Other schools could prepare young men for more pedestrian careers in business, law, or

    39. The initial entrée was through the legal profession and can be traced by following the careers of Louis Brandeis, Benjamin Cardozo, and Felix Frankfurter

    40. If Bill and Hillary had not been able to tap into the resources of the Jewish Left, they would have ended their careers as they began; corrupt co-dictators of a small southern state

    41. I know why he originally moved to Ithaca, and how he went through his earlier careers there

    42. At age eighty, after sixty years in four business careers culminating in a media empire, Pops never forgot his farm roots

    43. It is a short tape, maybe fifteen minutes long, but it gave a good overview of how he developed his many careers during his life

    44. Though she has perused several different careers in her life, writing has always brought her the most joy

    45. made careers at Brazil’s national bank, the Bank of Brazil

    46. “The reality is that in some careers, at some juncture, you need an MBA from a top institution to take the next step,” he says

    47. “Also it may help individuals change careers or industries

    48. “EMBA Programs attract ambitious mid-career professionals who have been focused on building their careers from a functional perspective, such as accountants, engineers, physicians, lawyers,” says Keegan

    49. “Executive MBA Programs attracted professionals who were ready to take the next step, but wanted both the knowledge and credential that would help them move forward in their careers,”

    50. Prospective students also might want to take into account another important factor – where they see their careers moving in the next five to 10 years

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