Some articles on interested:
... Outdoors Club A club for those interested in nature and who enjoy doing things in the outdoors ... Science Club An organization for those that are interested in preserving the earth and its environment ... Snowboard/Ski club A club for those who are interested in or enjoy snowboarding or skiing participants are given the opportunity to go on after-school skiing snowboarding trips ...
... She is interested in pursuing Paul Davis (Jim Hutton), who she meets in the supermarket, but Paul is not interested ... Libby's singing career takes off, and Paul then becomes interested in Libby ...
... These include transferring 4 slots at São Paulo-Guarulhos to competitors interested in operating flights to Santiago de Chile, renouncing membership to either Oneworld ... LAN will have to cease two pairs to competitors interested in using them ...
... offered DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America), which is for students interested in business and community ... Farmers of America), which is for students interested in agricultural studies ... Training Corps), which is for those considering or interested in pursuing a military career ...
... To enlist the cooperation of all interested individuals and groups in analyzing the problem and developing programs to deal with it, and to take the lead in coordination of interested organizations outside the ... To make available to all interested organizations information on effective ways of overcoming the obstacles to the training of more qualified scientists and engineers ...
More definitions of "interested":
- (adj): Involved in or affected by or having a claim to or share in.
Example: "The interested parties met to discuss the business"
Famous quotes containing the word interested:
“The perplexity of life arises from there being too many interesting things in it for us to be interested properly in any of them.”
—Gilbert Keith Chesterton (18741936)
“I am interested in a hundred things, but only slightly.”
—Mason Cooley (b. 1927)
“And he smiled a kind of sickly smile, and curled up on the floor,
And the subsequent proceedings interested him no more.”
—Francis Bret Harte (18361902)