Staff don't wear name lapels because everyone's on firstname
If the person who interviewed you had an email address that is firstname
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Alison said: "There are 163 voters who can vote here and we are on firstname
terms with most of them, although there was one person who voted at the last general election and we had no idea who they were.
By about Easter, we were on firstname
terms; indeed I'd now wander over to him so he could get proceedings over with and we could both get back on with chatting to our mates.
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Cameron, believing he's on firstname
terms with him, gabs away all chummily - but the butcher just stares at the floor.
The man has not been identified but Emergency, the medical NGO he wasworking for, said he was a 50-year-old infection specialist and Italian mediadescribed him as a married father of two daughters from Sicily whose firstname
I was finally done with graduate school and the Calalang thesis that was Bien's idea (I had earned the privilege of being on a firstname
basis with him).
The TV crew, who seemed to have anticipated our arrival, didn't utter a word when questioned and several locals, who were on firstname
terms with the film crew, made it very clear that they wanted the Gazette's reporter and photographer to leave their street.
KIDS EAT FREE This voucher entitles the holder to one meal from the Children's or Juniors' menu when an adult main course is purchased from the main menu at Frankie & Benny's Firstname
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