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In the ad, the Lurker watches in hiding as two women have lunch until the Lurker flame appears and chases off one of the women who didn't take her Prevacid.
How to avoid it: According to the The Muse, a website dedicated to career advice, confronting the lurker should deter him or her from further lurking.
Lurker has more than 25 years of experience in pharma sales, marketing, and commercial operations.
En cuanto a los contenidos bottom-up en linea con lo senalado en "Aguila Roja", los comentarios en las redes sociales de "Juego de Tronos" implican un usuario lurker y un usuario que conversa.
4) DON'T BE A LOUNGE LURKER Get in and get out fast.
and leaf-crunch could be a lurker, a bandit, a vagabond alone too long,
This major new agreement reflects the expanding capabilities of PDI and our commitment to grow our company through new service offerings like those delivered through Interpace BioPharma," said Nancy Lurker, PDI's Chief Executive Officer.
To be compared with the definition provided by Wikipedia : "In Internet culture, a lurker is a person who reads discussions on a message board, newsgroup, chatroom, file sharing or other interactive system, but rarely or never participates actively.
But Splinter Cell: Conviction proves to be a masterful progression for the series, restructuring the stealth aspects to turn Fisher from a silent shadow lurker into a ruthless hunter.
There's a dangerous lurker in Sabine Lisicki, seeded to meet her in the fourth round, but she will be very happy with her draw.
Going into the field to sample lurker diversity leads to insane--his word--amounts of sample processing in makeshift labs (including, on occasion, bathrooms).
But the pricker boy is more than a lurker, and soon Stucks Cumberland finds the people around him are changing in this vivid supernatural story.