new start


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new start

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) an employee who has just joined a company or organization
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"A man that's got our trade at his finger-ends is at home everywhere; and we must make a new start. My mother won't stand in the way, for she's told me, since I came home, she'd made up her mind to being buried in another parish, if I wished it, and if I'd be more comfortable elsewhere.
I lowered the gun and stepped to the corner of the cabin, primarily to relieve the tension on my nerves and to make a new start, and incidentally to be closer.
The first pitch is nigh two hundred feet, and the water looks like flakes of driven snow afore it touches the bottom; and there the stream gathers itself together again for a new start, and maybe flutters over fifty feet of flat rock before it falls for another hundred, when it jumps about from shelf to shelf, first turning this-away and then turning that-away, striving to get out of the hollow, till it finally comes to the plain.”
At the time of Maggie's first meeting with Philip, Tom had already nearly a hundred and fifty pounds of his own capital; and while they were walking by the evening light in the Red Deeps, he, by the same evening light, was riding into Laceham, proud of being on his first journey on behalf of Guest & Co., and revolving in his mind all the chances that by the end of another year he should have doubled his gains, lifted off the obloquy of debt from his father's name, and perhaps--for he should be twenty-one--have got a new start for himself, on a higher platform of employment.
Peskov also said prolonging the New START was raised by President Vladimir Putin in talks with his U.S.
Trump has called New START "just another bad deal" made by the Obama administration, and Trump's national security adviser, John Bolton, said in June it is unlikely the administration will agree to the five-year extension to New START.
President Donald Trump hasn't committed to extending or replacing New START, which imposed limits starting in 2018 on the number of U.S.
Single homeless people who have been rough sleeping, using a night shelter, or sofa surfing, often do not have basic provisions when they take up New Start accommodation.
"Social Business Wales New Start will help people to come together to set up new social businesses across west Wales and the Valleys, providing important services and creating much-needed jobs.
The new START or Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty was signed between Moscow and Washington in 2010 and came into force in 2011.
"Hopefully, the United States will take a balanced and constructive approach to the issue and resume dialogue on prolonging the New START Treaty," he stated.