Experience [noun]

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When you go to a restaurant, you are as much responsible for having a good experience as the restaurant is for providing it.

Gibbs has little experience in federal personnel matters, having worked mainly in the software industry before going to HUD, where he oversees a community planning and development office.

Warner Bros’ sci-fi thriller was viewed as the main litmus test for whether audiences were ready to embrace the theatrical experience again, after nearly six months of shuttered theaters due to the pandemic.

I think there’s a narrative that we can learn on the job, and I do believe a lot of people can, and have, but felt that learning from other people’s experiences and from experts made more sense to me.

At a time when people are not together, create a shared experience where people can come together.

“The companies that have made that investment in developing content or service experiences that automatically mean they require that direct connection to users are the ones that are going to succeed,” Silberman said.

Israelov of Ndvr notes that most professional traders have not only math skills and market experience, but bespoke software tools to gauge volatility.

The best part is they don’t see it as an educational experience—to them it’s just a fun game to play.

The experience of the Jesuit fathers at Port Royal is related at length, from their own point of view.

With Bacon, experientia does not always mean observation; and may mean either experience or experiment.