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concours

(kɔ̃kur)
n
a contest, esp the concours d'élégance

con•cours

(Fr. kɔ̃ˈkur)

n., pl. -cours (Fr. -ˈkur)
a public contest or competition.
[1935–40; < French, Old French; see concourse]
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A lifelong high achiever, von der Leyen, 60, has at times drawn envy and animosity for her best-in-class style, but has played up the persona of a supermom with iron discipline in her campaign for the top EU job.
The biggest task for Lagarde, who had previously denied any interest in an EU job, will be to revive the euro zone economy.
We DO know that the UK is a very popular destination for EU job seekers, as there are a lot of opportunities for skilled individuals.
We know from research that the UK is a very popular destination for EU job seekers, as there are a lot of opportunities for skilled individuals.
Ashton, the EU's top diplomat, is expected to continue to lead nuclear negotiations with Iran even as she leaves her EU job at the end of October.
Outgoing Finnish Prime Minister Jyrki Katainen has said he is happy to be considered for an EU job, although he has repeatedly said publicly that he backs Juncker's candidacy.
There's also been talk of an EU job - although he has been reluctant to consider such as move, partly because it would mean quitting his Sutton Coldfield seat.
David Cameron reportedly offered him a top EU job as compensation, but Mr Mitchell revealed this week he was rejecting any such offer, saying: "It would not be compatible with being the member of parliament for Sutton Cold-field."
The information was published in the Bulgarian press in response to news coming from the UK raising alarm that 4 to 5 million ethnic Hungarians, Romanians and Bulgarians obtaining citizenship will soon become a major burden for the EU job market.
Home Secretary Alan Johnson said he was still backing former premier Tony Blair for a top EU job, The Mirror reports.
Organized by the Swedish EU presidency, the conference is meant to brainstorm how to "make the Lisbon strategy more relevant to regional and local politics" with regard to EU job growth.
A single man, Mandy enjoys a pounds 104,000 salary in the Lords and a topup of pounds 234,000 over three years for leaving his EU job early.