Her books include Sewing Circles of Herat: A personal Voyage Through Afghanistan (Harper Collins).
The bill does forbid the use by officials of personal information from medical records, tax returns and a list of other documents.
As Cutrone's 22-year-old personal assistant Andrew Mukamal put it: “We're at the service end of the fashion industry.”
Of course not—smart employers will recognize the value in personal brand extension, and encourage it.
Prematurely retired in early 1940, Hobart was brought back at the personal insistence of Churchill.
Plumer notes "the rancor of his personal and political animosities."
But, speakin' personal, this trail looks more and more interestin' to me.
But he changed his mind one day when Jack put to him a personal question.
Demonstration must be personal before we can make anything our own.
Whoever will slander in politics, will slander in personal squabbles.
late 14c., "pertaining to the self," from Old French personal (12c., Modern French personnel), from Late Latin personalis "pertaining to a person," from Latin persona (see person). Meaning "aimed at some particular person" (usually in a hostile manner) first attested 1610s. The noun sense of "newspaper item about private matters" is attested from 1888. As "a classified ad addressed to an individual," it is recorded from 1861. Personal computer is from 1976.