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RIPL, a Rhode Island technology nonprofit that’s involved in the effort, also provides career coaching in the form of Skipper, its artificial intelligence-driven bot, which helps individuals prepare for the job openings they’ve been matched with.The governors of Rhode Island and Maryland are from different parties—but agree on these two things|Brett Haensel|October 26, 2020|Fortune
“We always say addiction is an equal opportunity affliction,” Skipper said.
“The minute they blow, you can call the airline and pull them off flight status,” Skipper said.
After 48 hours at the helm, the skipper knew he needed to rest, so Lennon would have to steer for a while.How John Lennon Rediscovered His Music in Bermuda|The Telegraph|November 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Scott carried on as skipper of the station, with its 10-hour work days, while assuming the added duty of concerned brother.Scott Kelly: Gabrielle Giffords' Brother-in-Law in Space|Peter J. Boyer|February 18, 2011|DAILY BEAST
We do what we can when Skipper loses her lunch money, pay for college if we can, help out with the first-day-at-work suit.'Mom, Dad—I Need $96K'|Kathleen Parker|July 10, 2009|DAILY BEAST
Kielland's third novel, "Skipper Worse," marked a distinct step in his development.
Skipper Worse growled a little and rubbed his head, when Sivert Gesvint pressed his hand and welcomed him with effusion.
Sarah bashfully welcomed Skipper Worse, who patted her on the head; he had known her ever since she was a small child.
Skipper Worse could not understand what they were talking about, and he became very weary.
In a moment Skipper Worse was wide awake, and began to hum, as she moved her fingers along the lines.