typing pool


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Noun1.typing pool - a group of typists who can work for different personstyping pool - a group of typists who can work for different persons
pool - an organization of people or resources that can be shared; "a car pool"; "a secretarial pool"; "when he was first hired he was assigned to the pool"
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typing pool

nufficio m dattilografia inv
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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Seated in anticipation are his colleagues, The Fitness For Office Commissioner (or FF Off Comm for short), and Agent X, from the MI5 typing pool.
In the 80s, we feared computerisation would leave the typing pool redundant.
And the stench has polluted the BBC, which ought to be showing other industries the way, not carrying on as if it were running some sort of 1950s typing pool.
Cole's life is dull and solitary, defined by his job in the typing pool at the New Yorker, and his hours spent reading and writing.
The first half of the set saw Seror's keyboard and Norbye Halvorsen's electronics console facing each other across a common table like a couple of temp secretaries in typing pool, circa 1953.
Just when you think Hollywood has run out of original stories about the senselessness of war comes a farfromperfunctory war drama with a fresh perspective: Plucked out of the typing pool, Norman's training is limited to typing 60 words per minute, so he'd rather get shot at than blow enemies' heads off.
CILLA (9pm ITV) IT'S 1963 and if young Cilla Black's career ever does take off she'll be a huge loss to the typing pool at British Insulated Calendar Cables.
According to thinktank IPPR, the move has implications for social mobility and inequality which has produced a report looking at women born in different generations since the 1950s, when some male executives infamously used the typing pool as a dating agency.
She began her federal career in 1984 in the typing pool, and was eventually promoted to a budget analyst in 1992.
Overtaken by technology, they sit in the past alongside the phone booth, the subway token, the office typing pool and even the card catalog.
19, a sheaf of onion-skin pages arrived at The New Yorker's office at 25 West 43rd Street, with the title, "Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report." The manuscript was sent over to the typing pool, where it was copied onto heavy yellow bond, double-spaced, and then returned to Shawn for editing.