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Moreover, the suggestion Barrett was a “past faculty member” appears broader than her work as a past speaker with the fellowship as she disclosed at the time to the committee, although that could be splitting hairs.

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She tried for a competitive fellowship at the New York Times, and she just didn’t get it, and that’s it.

Every episode of Gilmore Girls, rankedConstance GradyOctober 6, 2020Vox

She will also supervise ProPublica’s Emerging Reporters program, a fellowship for students of color working at college journalism outlets.

So, unlike a lot of physicians who get interested in research in medical-school residency or fellowship, I actually went to medical school with the express purpose of becoming a research-based integrative physiologist.

He had edited the Alcestis, and married his laundress; lost money by his edition, and his fellowship by his match.

Vivian GreyEarl of Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli

A girl bugler sounded taps and the lights went out, leaving tired and happy youth to the fellowship of dreams.

Blacksheep! Blacksheep!Meredith Nicholson

That word, ‘the fellowship of His passions,’ hath a long tether.

Joyce Morrell's HarvestEmily Sarah Holt

They were His people, and He could not permit them to have fellowship with demons.

Then Sir Tristram and Kehydius took their horses and departed from their fellowship.

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