How To Use Telephone interview In A Sentence

  • Zhang Minghai, director of Zhangjiakou city's Traffic Management Bureau general office, said in a telephone interview he didn't expect the situation to return to normal until around Sept. 17 when road construction is scheduled to be finished and traffic lanes will open up. China Traffic Jam Could Last Weeks
  • Mark D. Wallace, president of United Against Nuclear Iran, said in a telephone interview that the group might seek Congressional hearings on Iran's Swift membership, which he described as crucial to the country's economic survival. NYT > Home Page
  • Kazatchkine told Reuters in a telephone interview: "The outcome of this conference is absolutely key for millions of people around the world and this will not take us to where we were hoping to be. Global Drive To Fight Fatal Diseases Misses Mark
  • Whether they declare that we are in the post-peak phase or not, it will be very important for them to say that the decision is tentative," Sandman said in a telephone interview.
  • In a telephone interview later, the reeve said he had abstained from voting because presenters speaking against the proposal had expressed strong points that he felt needed more consideration.
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  • Her strong vocal technique encompasses trills and runs, a smooth legato, and lets her go, as she put it in a telephone interview, "from softest of the soft up to loudest of the loud, and hopefully any degree in between. Opera singer Joyce DiDonato talks about her all-American work ethic
  • It's not unusual for markets to take out important resistance levels and come back and retest, almost like a fake- out, but then go on and re-challenge them again and ultimately break through on a second or third attempt," Kattar, whose firm manages $1.7 billion, said in a telephone interview yesterday. -- Top News
  • Clearly, the "at home" option is likely to be closed to her at Lynwood, though Paris did manage to use her phonecard to conduct an exclusive telephone interview with TV's Barbara Walters, in which she explained that being behind bars was "like living in a cage". Lindsay Lohan's prison sentence is an outrage
  • KELEMEN: In a telephone interview from Vermont, Senator Leahy says he was particularly concerned by a video that surfaced on the Internet recently that seems to show armed men in Pakistani military uniforms executing six people in civilian clothes. U.S. To Ask Congress For $2B In Aid For Pakistan
  • Most information was gathered from telephone interviews with, and personal histories written by, Ruth Browns Gundelfinger, Gale Jacobsohn, Shulamite Israeli Folk Dance Pioneers in North America.
  • To be a great chef, you must be a cook, a cook in spirit, a cook in the heart," Goujon said in a telephone interview, calling his auberge a "country restaurant. The Buzz
  • The Briton, who trained in Thai kickboxing, or Muay Thai, was known for "getting drunk and picking fights and bragging that he's invincible," Anukul told The Associated Press in a telephone interview.
  • In a telephone interview with The New York Times she made it clear that now she was free she intended to lead what she called a nonviolent revolution, rather than an incremental evolution. Jamyang Norbu: Seeking the Power of the Powerless
  • When there are tensions in a neighborhood, I am often left calling the antiriot police," he said Tuesday in a telephone interview. Latest French Riots Test Sarkozy's Focus
  • These were not unconsidered remarks, as Bellamy repeated the substance of them in a telephone interview with the South African Mail and Guardian.
  • ‘We use it for sniping only, we are not shooting in all directions,’ Safouri said in a telephone interview.
  • When there are tensions in a neighborhood, I am often left calling the antiriot police," he said in a telephone interview. Latest French Riots Test Sarkozy's Focus
  • Both Catholics and Protestants have allowed themselves to be pushed in to this kind of binary, either-or thinking" on abortion and homosexuality, McLaren told CNN in a telephone interview. Abortion and politics a volatile mix for U.S. Catholics
  • This year, so-called macro managers have been forced to make short-term wagers because the longer-term thematic trades haven't worked for them, Mark Enman, head of the global-trading team within hedge-fund research at Man Investments in New York, said in a telephone interview. -- Top News
  • But he said in a telephone interview Sunday that the written memo ‘was hogwash.’
  • That suggests they inhaled a significant dose of sulfur dioxide, a known cause of the lung disease, called constrictive bronchiolitis, Miller said in a telephone interview. The Full Feed from
  • When you get into this type of economy, where the consumer does not have the kind of spendable income that they had previously, they tend to do more things as a family," Neil Friedman, president of Mattel brands, said in a telephone interview. Board Games Benefit from Bad Economy
  • We molded it into some kind of microstructure to incorporate some air pockets," Bao said in a telephone interview. The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed
  • I rang them the day before to see if i could have a telephone interview, they refused and said it wouldn't be a wasted journey as there were lots of things happening.

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