- After suffering from ill health, he resumed his career as a barrister in 1919.
- The team would train for three weeks, have a few days off, and then resume training.
- Returning to the pastries that called for attention, she resumed her work without pausing.
- They resumed bickering over the seat until Julia settled it for them by sitting on the freshly dented seat.
- In 1933 he returned to Chicago and resumed his schooling, graduating in 1936.
- Sampey did not resume his full-time service in the ministry, but he became one of the elders of the church and did on occasion preach there and at other local churches.
- Although fighting was soon resumed, Marshall continued his efforts to bring the two sides together.
- Normal service was resumed at around 5pm yesterday afternoon.
- When released, he resumed exile on the continent, in touch with Shaftesbury and William of Orange.
- All the Guide groups have now resumed full activities with their regular meetings at the Butler Community Centre.
- York District Hospital today resumed non-urgent operations after a significant fall in the number of emergency admissions.
- In our study, physical activity was resumed earlier in patients undergoing surgical treatment than in those receiving nonoperative treatment.
- Wittgenstein agreed, and in consequence began slowly to resume philosophical work.
- She swallowed her bite of egg, and resumed speaking, now with a mouth free from food.
- As the conversation had a pause Katt tried to speak, but Eden and Jared quickly resumed speaking as if taunting her.
- He glared incredulously while I resumed what I had been doing: drinking coffee.
- He nodded in the same slow manner as his speech and continued walking, resuming his constant muttering.
- I then continued to resume the folding of various frocks and dresses that were mainly sewn by myself.
- I shook my head, beginning to resume the experiment.
- Now, I'm concerned with when and how hard I should resume training.
2(take again)(post/power) reasumir(post/power) volver a asumirto resume one's place — volver a ocupar su (or mi etc.) lugar
- he resumed his seat — se volvió a sentar
- to resume possession of sth — recobrar la posesión de algo
- She rose, equally graceful, and bowed before resuming her seat, legs tucked beneath her.
- He got up and made sure the office door was closed, before resuming his seat behind the desk.
- She set the bowl of fruit on the desk and resumed her seat, frowning once again at the sheet of paper in front of her.
- Cadet Drew Callaghan nodded in return, and resumed his stiff stance, holding the door open for the two girls.
- As he finished his tirade, Riann Sheperd resumed his seat and Mayor Fernan once again had the floor.
- ‘You have done well, my men,’ he said before resuming his seat.
- She walked back to her desk and dropped into her seat, resuming her head-in-hands position.
- ‘Right,’ CJ resumes his place in the driver's seat and hits the mute button again allowing the suppressed John Mayer to refill the car.
- As the guard resumed his post they returned up the passage.
- Having put on the record, Julian resumed his seat next to me.
- He quickly resumed his seat, waiting just long enough to see her ensconced in the matching armchair beside his.
- He pointed to his guest chair and once she was settled, he resumed his seat behind his desk.
- With the restoration of the Long Parliament in 1660 he resumed his seat, and was elected to the Convention Parliament the same year.
- She returned back inside, sauntering into the drawing room where she resumed her position on the window seat, picking up the book.
- If anyone, resuming their seat for the second half, thought the Purcell would be an anti-climax, they were quickly disabused.
- Vixen returned to Rhym and resumed her identity as Almira de Kinsei.
- He shook his head and took the seat across from her, leaning back and resuming his usual cocky expression.
- ‘Welcome back, my lady,’ he said, resuming his seat.
- She sat in the seat next to him, disappointed there weren't any pairs of empty seats left so she could resume her position next to Steven.
- His brother, in response, resumed his seat, smiling until I thought his face could very well crack in two.
1(summary)resumen masculinereseña feminine
- Perhaps those of you now working and hiring can pass along additional tips for those struggling to find work, whether it's classes to take, fields to focus on, or skills to highlight in resumes.
- Tucked away at the far end of the show floor, the two neat rows of some twenty booths were packed with people, filling out forms, handing out resumes, talking to recruiters, and even vowing to come back tomorrow with resumes.
- Headhunters now are either out of business or swamped with resumes, so people now are job hunting through networking.
- Often, interns are attracted to large companies because that name is the one that will go on their resumes.
- These users then follow preferred procedures to search resumes, such as specifying broad search criteria, and narrowing the criteria.
- Their resumes are not without the entries that signify an artist has arrived, but for the most part, theirs are histories of participation in thematically focused group exhibitions and scores of solo shows.
- To fund their businesses, most first-generation online recruiters charged employers to post jobs, search for resumes or provide anything else needed in recruiting efforts.
- I read stacks of resumes, spent several hours on the phone screening candidates, and spent several hours in interviews with the people who did well in the phone screenings.
- People submit dozens of college applications, hundreds or thousands of resumes for jobs, and still the chances of coming up empty-handed, even if you are talented and skilled, are really quite high.
- Most of this cost includes faculty and administrative time to review resumes, interview the candidate, attend seminars, and entice the candidate to accept the position.
- The updated resumes are filed in each student's advising folder and is an excellent summary of a student's accomplishments while in school and may be used for reference purposes later.
- ‘We had all kinds of people - guys with better technology backgrounds, seemingly better resumes,’ Welch says.
- The most common mistake I see, especially in student resumes, is forcing of buzzwords and ambiguous technical language for what should be simple, straightforward activities.
- It's an unfortunate fact that many candidates lie, distort or in some way fabricate information on resumes and applications.
- I remember many interesting resumes out of the 100 we received, but one stood out as unlikely: the candidate was simply too qualified.
- A casting team conducts monthly searches and examines the resumes, video footage, and audiotapes the company receives daily from dancers, gymnasts, and others worldwide.
- We have access to hundreds of thousands of contractor resumes.
- Can I list these awards on my resume even though technically I did not win them?
- They sent out 100 resumes, called industry contacts, and conducted extensive searches on Websites, but their attempts were unsuccessful.
- Degree names go on resumes, and in common use they become the answer to the question asked by friends, relatives and potential employers, ‘What is your major?’
2US(of career)currículum (vitae) masculinecurrículo masculinehistorial personal masculinehoja de vida feminine Colombia
1(negotiations/work) reanudarse(negotiations/work) continuarwe stopped for lunch and resumed an hour later — paramos para almorzar y reanudamos el trabajo (or la sesión etc.) al cabo de una hora