Noun(1) an advanced student or graduate in medicine gaining supervised practical experience (`houseman' is a British term
Verb(1) deprive of freedom(2) work as an intern
(1) However, as an intern on rotation to obstetrics and gynaecology, I feel that I must have attended a billion deliveries this month.(2) He also works as an intern at MSU's student-run organic farm, home to a CSA that operates an incredible 48 weeks.(3) After his return to his mother's home, his behaviour worsened and, in 1930, his family decided to intern him at an asylum in Bron, where he was placed in the ├ö├ç├┐agitated quarter├ö├ç├û.(4) While paying an intern is probably not required, just understand that students are motivated by money too.(5) The project may be based on a suggestion from the SFI mentor, an idea from the student intern , or a combination of the two.(6) One of my patients, who I met in the hospital as an intern , asked me out a few months after I was no longer caring for her.(7) Also, look in to starting a model UN club at school, or volunteer or intern at a local NGO that works with UN or UN issues.(8) She suggested that in order to get these stories on the air, youth should have more opportunities to intern in the mainstream media or to make their own media.(9) Maybe your manager can look into hiring a student intern to be assigned the task of serving customers on the phone.(10) There are many other opportunities for the intern , either pediatric or obstetric, or the family practice resident to gain skills in the intubation of larger infants.(11) Most people would see a problem in the example I just gave, but how about this one: A student intern came to work at a church for a year.(12) Remember the specialist has studied for at least 11 years, during which time he or she worked as an intern and medical registrar.(13) I gave up a $60k job to intern without pay for 6 months.(14) A number of government departments have been put on alert for the appearance of Home Office amendments which could hand police the right to intern people without trial after an attack or other disaster.(15) Duchamp's brother Raymond was a medical intern in the 1890s at a hospital where Albert Londe pioneered X-ray photography in France.(16) Here is the thing, I agree with you on everything you say, and I wish you could run for something, because I would intern for you, not that it wouldn't be sketchy interning.
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