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  • n. Plural form of colleague.

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Examples

  • Being able to listen to and persuade your colleagues is a very important attribute in a Supreme Court justice.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Preliminary Reflections on the Kagan Nomination

  • One of my colleagues is the king of the self-constructed realities, and his entire world starts to come undone if anyone ever calls him on it, so I know these characters well.

    Over / Under: American Beauty « FirstShowing.net

  • Rory Bremner fooling Margaret Beckett into slagging off her colleagues is according to BBC political editor Nick Robinson didn't contain 'a single newsworthy story 'yet Newsnight saw a story about a Tory Party member sending a rude Email as more newsworthy than Downing Street advisor Ruth Turner being arrested.

    Some Stuff

  • The night I ate out with a group of Friendly Green Folk which is what I call my colleagues from Friendly Green Conference, I had pasta with a deliciously spicy marinara sauce.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • His belief that he can stay in office by appealing to the membership over the heads of his colleagues is absurd.

    Charles Kennedy must resign

  • The poor behavior of his colleagues is the responsibility of them, and them alone.

    David Heddle on the ID movement

  • Another interesting article by one of my colleagues is a forthcoming article by my colleague Kathy Zeiler, co-authored with the legendary Charlie Plott, in the American Economic Review on the so-called “endowment effect.”

    The Volokh Conspiracy » THE “ENDOWMENT EFFECT” AND BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS:

  • Focusing on what you can get out of your colleagues is the fastest way to sabotage your networking initiative.

    USATODAY.com - Demystifying the rules of networking

  • For what should be a vibrant, all-absorbing political experiment, the great genius of the "colleagues" is transform issues of great importance and relevance to us all into an exercise in applied boredom.

    Two years old

  • He was so bored, he didn’t even bother to ask what the word colleagues meant.

    Final Theory

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