interview

[ in-ter-vyoo ]SEE DEFINITION OF interview

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For some time after the interview with his father, Paralus remained very wakeful.

I summoned him to an interview, and informed him in decided terms that I must be master in my own ship.

The superintendent would have refused an interview but for one consideration.

How I closed the argument—the conversation and the interview—and escaped from her, I know not.

The interview with the Sultan was the last, and was interesting and characteristic.

His sole business was to take the girl away when the interview should be ended.

But after an interview with Harris he swallowed this wrath as best he might.

There had been no passion in the interview, and there was none in the touch of his hand.

To end the interview, she turned over and lay with her face to the wall.

He turned again to his letters, and I understood that the interview was closed.

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