When Muñoz got back to her office, the receptionist told her Senator Reid wanted to speak with her.
But other evidence has been collected that adds potentially damning details, including the testimony of the receptionist.
A receptionist becomes a movie star by starring in the most buzzed about film of the season.
Tolman was temping as a receptionist at a consulting firm for $11 an hour when she first auditioned for Molly.
That said, prior to her career in admissions, McCulloh worked as receptionist and bookkeeper at a hair salon in Oxford, England.
The pretty girl, obviously the receptionist, looked up as Fraser approached and gave him a professional smile.
The receptionist did the things that receptionists do, then looked up at him again.
The receptionist smiled icily at Tom, and then the smile vanished like a Martian polar cap.
Executive level, Kennon thought as he followed the receptionist's directions.
Fifteen minutes later, at the hospital, they sought unsuccessfully to pass a receptionist who sat at a desk in the lobby.
Let me not forget the receptionist -- generally and preferably, a woman of refined and gentle manners, well informed and specially gifted in handling people of varied dispositions. A woman especially who knows how to handle other women, and who can make herself beloved by the children who may visit the studio. A woman, also, who in a thoroughly suave and dignified way, knows just how to handle the young man of the period so that the photographer may be glad to have his business. What a power the receptionist is when properly chosen and trained. It is not too much to say that she can both make and destroy a business, if she has the amount of discretionary power given to her in some galleries. [John A. Tennant, "Business Methods Applied in Photography," "Wilson's Photographic Magazine," October 1900]Earlier as an adjective in theology and law (1867).