Like you, I went to boarding school when I was eight and, similarly, found it hard to access my emotions as an adult.
The children had been shipped off to boarding - school at an early age.
He believes it is important to boardroom effectiveness to be clear about who's the "hired gun ", who runs the meeting, and who is holding the CEO accountable (for his or her actions).
Dozens of international corporations and banks are planning to board up branch offices in central London and have told their staff not to go to work unless absolutely necessary.
Never mind� I can't tellyou � but they're still searching it and then they're going to board it up, Miss MacIntyre said.
On the bench beside me a young boy kept glancing up from his copy of Thomas the Tank Engine at the stout, blue -painted train we were waiting to board.
A public school teacher was arrested today at John F. Kennedy International Airport as he attempted to board a flight while in possession of a ruler, a protractor, a set square, a slide rule and a calculator.
But when I leave for eternity, I want to board the bus from here.
Choice of meeting rooms from ballroom to board room. Please see overleaf for specifications.
Dr. Meade could tell unlovely stories of those families who had been driven from mansions to boarding houses and from boarding houses to dingy rooms on back streets.