telephone interview

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Noun1.telephone interview - an interview conducted over the telephone
interview - the questioning of a person (or a conversation in which information is elicited); often conducted by journalists; "my interviews with teenagers revealed a weakening of religious bonds"
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Tramel said in a telephone interview. "That one of their own could become a priest says to them that God is for them too."
PROCEDURES are said to have been "tightened up" at TalkSport radio after a bizarre telephone interview with Jan Molby.
In a recent telephone interview, Summers said, "It's a very lovable tool.
Kevin Ryan Behrendt, Dole's lead attorney in the countersuit, told me in a telephone interview that he couldn't comment on any aspect of the case.
"I didn't want to," he told NL/NL in a telephone interview. "I didn't even listen to the radio.
We're well past the time when "Market Research Law" required pure, random representative sampling by either personal or telephone interview. Many prospective respondents have gravitated to specific communications tools such as e-mail and the Internet and grown comfortable with them -- and many still refuse to be interviewed at all.
Wilkerson discussed the find at a Mexico City press conference last week and in a subsequent telephone interview with SCIENCE NEWS.
"Because of the amount of the loan, the application has to go to our board of directors," Spik said during a telephone interview. "We're at the stage of collecting information (from the company) to do a study of the proposal."
In a telephone interview with TribuneOnline, the Public Relations Officer, Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA), Adebayo Kehinde said the tanker was not fuel-laden but caught fire due to its condition.
He had no known enemies here,' said Divisoria village chief Melaida Duque, Pacifico's widow, in a telephone interview on Wednesday (Nov.

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