I would have to say short stop
Yes "this person" would look good with would you would call a "short bob".
Some short people may pick a fight with a tall person, but others would not. It would depend greatly on the short person.
When the objectives of a particular position matches with the qualities and personal ambitions of a person then he would be the perfect candidate for the position.
There are many reasons why a person would apply for a position. These people typically need the money for example.
In each classical civilization, the more wealth a person was entitled to, the higher their social position would be. If the person wasn't wealthy, they would need to work to survive, therfore they would have a lower social position.
I would say center.
It depends on your size, shape and weight. A tall person would make a good second row. A short, thickset, strong person would make a good hooker. The smallest player on the pitch is generally the scrum-half. And the fattest would be the prop. The fastest would be the wingers. The best kicker on the team would be the fly-half. So the best position in rugby depends on your body shape and skill.
what do you mean? you would have to know him personally to know what type of person he is.
If you think it would enhance your resume then yes, otherwise I would leave it off.
10cm below the average height of your age. If you look at it differently, there is really not much difference between a person you would call tall and a person you would call short.
A person who holds an office. Originally the holder of a Church position.
You pay tax when you close your short position. If your brokerage pays interest on your balances, the interest would be taxable.
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Alchol affects people differently by weight. A tall person might weigh more then a short person so yes, a tall person would get drunk slower then a short person.
It depends on your skill and what you are good at doing i think on of the hardest positions are catcher and pitcher but that's my opiniond it can vary from person to person but i would say that the best position would have to be anything in the infield but the best would have to be 2nd or 3rd i would say 2nd though.
A person may be qualified for a position because of their educational background. They could have also worked in a previous position, which would make them more qualified.
Kind of. If you were to look at an American football field from above, the way the chalk lines are laid out for the yard lines and end zones would make it look something like a gridiron.
Level of responsibility usually refers to the position (where a person works or his position with the company), authority (if the buck stops with that person), and sometimes age (children would not be responsible for their actions, usually).
Typically the easiest answer would be something along the lines of the position wasn't quite what you expected or that it wasn't quite the right fit for you. Or you weren't quite the right fit for the position. If pressed for details you can discuss how perhaps the position or work environment wasn't what was presented during the interview or how the manager or team had personality differences.
This is such a wide question that it's impossible to give a short answer. In western democracies one might say 'the people'. In other parts of the world one would have to say ' the person who has managed to get into a position of power'.
The short answer would be: Every previous person of scientific mind.
If you are hard-nosed, you are unwilling to change. A hard-nosed position would be one that the person would not change, no matter what arguments you give. A person who is hard-nosed is often thought of as stubborn and unyielding.