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lost tribe

A term of art coined in an article in the Student BMJ which refers to junior doctors in the UK who, after completing the second year of hospital training post-medical school, had been unable to find jobs to continue their training; depending on the respondee, one-third or more of the SHOs did not have jobs.
References in classic literature ?
But he believed that the red men were the descendants of those lost tribes of Israel of whom history has been able to tell us nothing for thousands of years.
The young blades would have it that none other than old Noah himself had come on board with the remnants of the Lost Tribes, and to elderly female passengers spun hair-raising accounts of the sinking of an entire tropic island by volcanic and earthquake action.
In the morning the lost tribes of America came ashore and infested the hotels and took possession of all the donkeys and other open barouches that offered.
AN explorer who vanished in search of a lost tribe of headhunters was found yesterday - surrounded by warring villagers.
Lost Tribe of Everton & Scottie Road - The Play urged successive capacity audiences to interact with the stories originally captured in my 2010 and 2012 books about Liverpool's 1960s to 1980s inner-city slum clearances.
99 SMURFS: THE LOST VILLAGE U SMURFETTE (Demi Lovato) discovers a lost tribe of female Smurfs led by SmurfWillow (Julia Roberts), who teach her to use a bow and arrow, and fly through the air on a daisy.
The scholar known internationally as the "British Indiana Jones" has tracked a tribal people identifying themselves as a Lost Tribe of Israel in a remote corner of Papua New Guinea.
First Contact: Lost Tribe of the Amazon C4, 9pm In these days of the internet and globalisation, it's hard for many us to imagine what it must be like to live without contact from the outside world.
The New York Journal's banner read--'HAS THE LOST TRIBE OF ISRAEL BEEN FOUND AT LAST?
Prize-winning journalist Claire Prentices first book, "The Lost Tribe of Coney Island: Headhunters, Luna Park, and the Man Who Pulled off the Spectacle of the Century" (New Harvest, New York, 2014, 416 pages), tells this shocking story with drama and detail.
The prodigiously resourceful frontiersman left Wales for Baltimore in 1792 and walked into the US wilderness in search of a lost tribe of Welsh-speaking Native Americans - the Madogwy, believed to be the descendants of the fabled Prince Madoc - who according to folklore sailed to America in 1170 and intermarried with a native tribe.
Lost Tribe is from Seattle, Washington; comprised of UW's Jacob Bloom, Nathaniel Nutter, Evan Sadler, Robby Soble, Greg Sterin, Andrew Katz.