“It looks like his career at the IMF and his candidacy are, as you say, toast,” laments another close friend of Strauss-Kahn.
How did the recent New Yorker article change your career, if it is not too early to tell?
“I pursued a career in national security with the motivation of improving the national security policy of my country,” he said.
New York Times columnist David Brooks, who began his career at NR, just called Governor Palin “a cancer on the Republican Party.”
Perhaps the only negative thing to come out of that story is the perception that Adams owes his career to Lopez.
But the stranger shook his head disdainfully, and continued his career.
At the start, his career was like that of most boys entering Woodbridge from a high school.
However, figure to yourself Corot fully embarked on his career as a painter.
Why, it would be simply monstrous if your career were spoilt through no fault of your own.
After all, it is often the dreams of the youth which determine the career of the man, he reflected.
1530s, "a running (usually at full speed), a course" (especially of the sun, etc., across the sky), from Middle French carriere "road, racecourse" (16c.), from Old Provençal or Italian carriera, from Vulgar Latin *(via) cararia "carriage (road), track for wheeled vehicles," from Latin carrus "chariot" (see car). Sense of "course of a working life" first attested 1803.
1590s, "to charge at a tournament," from career (n.). The meaning "move rapidly, run at full speed" (1640s) is from the image of a horse "passing a career" on the jousting field, etc. Related: Careered; careering.