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Its Optum unit fills more than 100 million prescriptions per month as a pharmacy-benefits manager, poaching big customers from rivals CVS and Express Scripts.
Nadine Levy Redzepi had tried all the chef-y methods for poaching an egg: putting vinegar in the water, using a whisk to create a whirlpool in the pot.
Gass, poached from Starbuck’s four years ago, is currently chief merchant and chief customer officer.
The rising costs mean the Forest Service must poach money from programs aimed at preventing fires through better forest restoration and management.
Such agreements allow employers to operate free from the worry that a competitor will swoop in and poach employees, along with the trade secrets now held in their heads.
Assisted with the launch of Project Snow Leopard, a national Indian government policy; helped establish snow leopard NGOs and national park anti-poaching programs.
The 50-plus poaching expeditions date back to 2015.
For every inch of thickness, poach the meat for 30 minutes, until the internal temperature reaches 120°F.
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Definition of poach
- a field poached too frequently by the amateur
- —The Times Literary Supplement (London)
Origin and Etymology of poach
First Known Use: 1611See Words from the same year
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