1) Desk-lunch: eating lunch at your desk so youcan keep working
ex:Desk-lunches are OK sometimes, but it's not goodfor your health to do it everyday.
2) Journal: serious magazines that are usuallyindustry specific
ex:Each month I receive marketing journals full of the latest trends and information about theworld of sales.
3) Client: a customer of a service company
ex:Generally speaking, customers buy goods while clients buy services.
Jeff: How do you think the dinner with the clientwent last night?
Joan: I think that it was successful. I am expectinga call today from the Chief Executive to tell me thatwe won his business.
Jeff: Can I say something frank about the dinner?
Joan: Sure, Jeff. You know that I prefer direct talk.
Jeff: I was really surprised by the Chief Executive's table manners.
Joan: To be honest Jeff, so was I.
Jeff: It goes to show that just because someone is rich and successful, doesn't make themperfect.
Joan: I'd rather have good table manners than all the riches in the world!