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curriculum vitae in Employment topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcurriculum vitaecurriculum vi‧tae /kəˌrɪkjələm ˈviːtaɪ/ noun [countable]  1 a formal British expression for CV syn resume American English2 American EnglishBE a short written description of a university teacher’s previous jobs and work, that they send when looking for a new teaching job
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curriculum vitaeAlthough largely unknown in Britain, Lafaille has an impressive rock climbing curriculum vitae.That was a new paragraph for her curriculum vitae.He gave me his curriculum vitae in short order.One Harvard dealer had registered with an employment agency which stupidly sent his curriculum vitae to Harvard.Last year I ran it because it was missing from my curriculum vitae.That kind of curriculum vitae brings a reward in terms of career advancement, with the inevitable monetary gains.Miss Braithwaite had picked up the gap in Hereward's curriculum vitae fast enough.His television curriculum vitae lists no fewer than 81 titles.