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Roxie, who began as our receptionist, took it upon herself to take lunch orders every day; sort through everyone paying their share; and pick up the food.
James Cordone, 11, spent seven weeks in a Buffalo, N.Y., children's hospital in a tent-like bed, with a hospital receptionist or instrument sterilization tech in his room at all times, his mother said.
That has started to annoy the team’s flesh-and-blood receptionist.
CONSTRUCTION Hoffman Planning, Design & Construction, Appleton, hired Gary Krueger as a field project manager, Carrie Williams as a marketing coordinator and Heather Moreno as a receptionist.
Another revelation from the incendiary New York Times report: In 2005, receptionist Rachel Crooks was allegedly assaulted by Trump in the elevator at Trump Tower.
The Science Museum’s robot exhibit has other cool robots on view, too—from a robotic receptionist to Eric the Robot, which the museum recreated with the help of a crowdfunding campaign.
Other downtown employees, such as: clerical workers, receptionists, baristas, nurse aides on Hospital Hill, and people who clean or guard plush office buildings.
This week, a receptionist who buys her friend a birthday gift at Babeland: 23, straight, Bushwick.
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