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1) A policy wonk by nature, he likes the nitty-gritty, which is no bad thing.
2) The bridge from student firebrand to policy wonk was a new career as a management consultant.
3) Calderon is a climate wonk.
4) Could I wait until Abnesti came in, wonk him, try to race past Barry or Hans, make a break for the Main Door?
5) For a dedicated policy wonk, he also spends a lot of time on television.
6) But a new breed of policy wonk is having second thoughts.
7) So to wonk him again I had to like shove her back, and unfortunately she slipped, and down she went, and she's sort of lying there,[http://sentencedict.com/wonk.html] skirt hiked up—and he's mad!
8) The UK project is led by policy wonk David Halpern, a key part of Cameron's Downing Street brain trust and head of the Behavioural Insight Team.
9) Once an Internet wonk who helped a mid-1990s Microsoft wake up to the Web, Allard led the team that created Microsoft's biggest non-PC consumer success story--the Xbox video game business.
10) As the NEC's deputy for domestic policy issues, Sperling has functioned as both policy wonk and political guru.
11) Mr Bush has been careful to balance practical types like his defence secretary, Donald Rumsfeld, with policy wonks.