студент медицинского колледжа; интерн ;
- They threatened that, if he did not co-operate, the Northern Ireland emergency powers of detention would be used to intern her as a dangerous subversive.
- We never noticed it during the time it took for me to qualify and start work as an intern at St Andrew's in Marylebone.
- There will be three awards: a major prize for the best completed project in a museum, gallery or historic building including churches and cathedrals ; a young conservator of the year award to the most promising intern or trainee; and a prize for innovation in restoration or conservation in developing materials or processes.
- By the time I had been an intern for a few more months, doing my rounds in my white coat with stethoscope dangling round my neck (and feeling very important), Father had had to close down the second branch, leaving - for the time being - only the original shop which he had opened near the Market Place where the annual Goose Fair was held.
- In a Minnesota case in 1979, for instance, a young intern's casual comment that a laceration appeared to have been caused by a knife later led the injured woman to change her story completely and come to believe, under hypnosis, that she was stabbed repeatedly, despite subsequent medical evidence.
- The message read that she had been in the hotel that night; that she had met David; that a tape had been taken of the conversation; that if he thought he could arrest her brother and charge him with murder, he should now try; that, if he thought he could intern her whilst completely innocent, he should now try; that several persons had listened to the conversation in the hotel that night and that one was an Ulster MP.
- Back in England, as the scandal of the Arandora Star , the Ettrick and the Dunera filtered through to the public, opinion shifted from "intern the lot" to "free them now".
- The order to intern all male category B aliens was posted on 16 May.
- Albert Mokhiber, president of the Arab-American Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC), does not believe that anybody in the government wants to intern Arab-Americans.
- The decision to intern 110,000 Japanese-Americans was a wholesale violation of civil rights.
- "The need to intern is staring us in the face," he said.
- "For people to suggest that to intern is to bring people on to the streets casts doubts on the integrity of the vast majority of people in Northern Ireland.
- The idea of the chartered manager is equated with that of the chartered accountant - it implies a threshold level of competence in managerial skills before the "intern" is allowed to practise.