Toward the end of the Middle Ages, a new type of individual began to occupy the position of shadchan - the paid professional.
Wenger has other problems to occupy him ahead of today's Highbury meeting with Southampton.
Many workers already occupy the place I will be calling home for the next three months.
If the professor has come out, he or she may unwillingly occupy a position of dual authority in the eyes of students.
Dalen began asking her questions to occupy her mind.
‘Ashes and Snow’ was the first solo exhibit ever to occupy the entire space.
According to sociologists, people strive to occupy central positions in social networks in order to advance their careers.
The story of how middle-class women came to occupy this central position in dance is a complex one, but told often in the literature.
on the corporate ladder, they occupy the lowest rungs
In a threatened workplace by far the best answer is for workers to occupy the factory or plant.