career man


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Noun1.career man - a man who is a careeristcareer man - a man who is a careerist    
careerist - a professional who is intent on furthering his or her career by any possible means and often at the expense of their own integrity
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There was not enough creativity Jose Mourinho precious little third, but form be, is, but enduring year of career man has United's his is of play
No one ever uses the phrase 'career man', or asks a man how he will balance a career and a family.
Take Vincent de Paul, the model of a modern career man. Intelligent and ambitious, he saw the priesthood as the perfect way to advance in 17th-century France.
Notably, the military action in South Kordofan began on June 5, 2011; on June 2, 2011 John Brennan--current head of the CIA, and a career man at the agency, most recently with primary responsibility for counter-terrorism--was in Khartoum talking to senior regime officials.
Their two stores provide quality clothing for the career man with a keen eye for style.
The navy might have won a career man, if not for Mom's influence.
Davis arrived at Holy Cross he was a devout black Catholic from Philadelphia, the son of a former military career man and mechanic.
bles several the sound of donor 1096, too In awa In California, 2,300 miles way, devoted career man Janis Clapoff was heading for 40 and biological clock was thumping.
Both players are career Man United men, with 30-yearold O'Shea ending his 13-year stay at Old Trafford to join Steve Bruce's side.
John is a Barclays career man having spent most of his working life at the bank.
Part of the "Stories of Canada" series, Photographing Greatness is an informed and informative biography detailing the life and times of successful career man and positive role model.
Career man Neal Ardley is pinning his footballing future on a move to Cardiff.

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