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in·ter·view

(in'tĕr-vyū),
Interpersonal meeting or consultation for the purpose of obtaining information.
[Fr. entrevue, fr. L. inter-, among, + video, to see]

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Government financial support is also awarded to continuing professional education providers, who in turn offer subsidies or tuition fee rebates to residents completing various T&D programs (Interview, Interviewee F, 24 June 2011).
An interviewee from a smaller agency in the Midwest, similar to Lutz and Fernandez's (2010) arguments about the high cost of private automobile ownership, said,
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This guided our decision to seek interviewees who strongly self-identified with either the left or the right political wing in Israel.
One Elder (Interviewee 3) explained, "I still use the skin for my bedding, like a foam.
These issues are tackled in this study when interviewees recognize the health care organization at the local level both in their care work process--reference and counter-reference networks-- and in the very trajectory of the Bolivian immigrants who use the health services offered and their insertion into the territory.
In open recruitment for Grade-5 government officials, six interviewers interview and evaluate one interviewee for four hours.
Going Clear takes a much darker view of Cruise's involvement with the church, with interviewee Mark Rinder saying he 'drank the Kool-Aid', a reference to the 1978 Jonestown mass murder that saw hundreds of cult members drink poisoned flavoured drink and feed it to their children at the behest of their charismatic leader.
In total, fifteen business law topics were identified by at least one interviewee as being crucial for accounting students preparing for a career within the accounting profession.
Problems usually arose when the interviewee failed on content--he or she wasn't prepared to address the given subject or didn't have the right knowledge base--or the delivery of the information was lacking.
To keep the sources' integrity, these representatives were identified as: Interviewee 1, Interviewee 2, Interviewee 3 and so on, as explained in the following table which sets out the profile of the subjects participating in the research.