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(flip),
A burn occurring on one side only of the entrance site in a gunshot wound of the soft parts.
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au, after Bailey publicly slammed Channel Nine, who were in the process of negotiating a rich new TV deal, for its criticism of an Australian 'B-team' lacking star power, Nine jibed that without the TV rights deal, Bailey would have been probably working in a coalmine or flipping burgers at McDonald's.
With Henne and Gabbert vying for the starting spot at quarterback, they have two guys who are more likely to be flipping burgers in McDonalds next year than leading an NFL team to a winning season.
A WOMAN who worked her way up from flipping burgers at McDonald's to become the company's UK vice-president of national operations will be sharing her experiences at a networking group for female business professionals tomorrow.
The former Huddersfield New College student still managed to score 17 GCSE passes but then flitted from one training course to the next and even spent some time flipping burgers to make ends meet.
He starts work at the Burger Bar, though not as a manager as Jude tells Turner and Edna; he's flipping burgers.
A 155-strong staff catered to the guests' every whim, including flipping burgers made from imported Japanese Kobe beef at an eye-watering pounds 50 a pop.
There have been rather dispiriting headlines such as 'Businesses warn that graduate lack skills,' through to 'Class of 2010 told to consider flipping burgers or shelf-stacking to build skills.
And if you're not into flipping burgers or mowing lawns to earn a few bucks, consider this: Willamette National Forest officials are getting ready to hire several dozen high school-age boys and girls to work full time in the woods next summer as part of its Youth Conservation Corps program.
Flipping Burgers to Flipping Millions: A Guide to Financial Freedom Whether you Have Your Dream Job, Own Your own Business, or Just Started Your First Job tells of the author's first job working at McDonald's, when his goal was to work for three months and save money for a trip to Europe.
I wouldn't count too much on just flipping burgers.
The service economy is not just post-industrial revolution, says Hsu (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, US), it is also post-knowledge economy; it is more than answering phones and flipping burgers, but the seed crystal for an economy--and society--built around the concept of service.
Successful Interview Skills" should be a purchase for any who want a job greater than flipping burgers.