We have no meanings for "work with computers" in our records yet.
I work with computers all day, and you know they won't miss me.
In any case, he didn't work with computers, although he did use them, of course.
Josh Cooke knew he wanted to work with computers but was turned off by school ICT lessons.
My God, you work with computers.
While the broker did arrange for Ji-Yong to work with computers, it wasn't the office job she had envisioned.
His work with computers started with the very birth of the personal computer in the 1960s, and the development of the computer… Audio
Wenger argued passionately that society had to appreciate these kids' unique mind-set, their different intelligence, acute logic and work with computers tackling complex problems.
If you work with computers in any form, it's likely to be seven hours and above; then factor in your smartphone and tablet usage.
As you work with computers during your school career I'll bet you'll love some of the creative things you can do with computer drawing programs.
Upton: I've worked with computers for all of my adult life.
But I knew some people working with computers and learnt what their jobs involved.
I believe he has no compunctions about working with computers.
Tells about conductor and founder John Hetland, who is 51 and works with computers.
I've discovered that I enjoy working with computers.
Fuji headquarters after Naminomura and worked with computers.
In year 9, Electron had met with the school's career counsellor, hoping to learn about career options working with computers.
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