verb (used without object), in·terned, in·tern·ing.
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I interned on the Whoopi Goldberg movie The Long Walk Home, and went around the South working as a casting associate.Octavia Spencer on Hollywood and Race: The Film Roles I’m Offered Are Too Small|Marlow Stern|July 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Scott once interned in Moschino's press office -- and thenwent on to launch his eponymous label in 2007.Kanye West Slams Louis Vuitton; Jeremy Scott Named New Creative Director at Moschino|The Fashion Beast Team|October 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Born in Shanghai in 1930, Ballard and his parents were interned at the Lunghua Camp when the Japanese invaded during World War II.
This summer, I interned for Matt Lewis at the Daily Caller, which was a wild ride entry into DC political writing.
A German priest and activist, named Korbinian Aigner, bred apples while interned by the Nazis at Dachau, and drew them as well.
Enemy aliens could be interned without trial, but that meant a halcyon existence for Nicky and every comfort except liberty.The Cup of Fury|Rupert Hughes
No civilian coming from one of the two States can in future be interned in the other State or in the occupied territories.
The two men are now interned once more—surely a sorry end to a story of such fine humanity.The Better Germany in War Time|Harold Picton
It transpired (as they say) that he was an Englishman who had been interned in the village for four years.
All vessels designated to be interned shall be ready to leave the German ports seven days after the signing of the armistice.World's War Events, Volume III|Various