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MacDonald grew up as an itinerant military brat and had a desk jockey air force officer for a father, like her fictional counterpart Madeline.
Nonetheless, he prides himself on being a field marshal, rather than a desk jockey.
Colonel has turned out to be just another spare-time desk jockey.
It is worrying to see suggestions that manual and white collar workers might have different retirement ages, for many in the productive sector the roles are blurred and who will arbitrate, some desk jockey without a clue of this sector?
I was a young desk jockey in the old Welsh Office in Cathays Park.
The lovely Anne Hathaway is the film's only redeeming feature but even she does not make it worth sitting through this tale of desk jockey Smart (Steve Carell) becoming a real agent and chasing nuclear-thieving bad guys.
I was aching for a couple of days last time because I'm a desk jockey, not a laborer," Sohm said.
Now they're learning terms like "battle rattle," and the term desk jockey is a distant memory as it becomes obsolete for the rest of the Air Force.
Ben Affleck fills the role previously played by Harrison Ford and Alec Baldwin and in 2002 he's only 28 and the cocky young new boy at the CIA - and still just a desk jockey.
After 20 years in racing stables, Britain's best-known groom is now a desk jockey in offices in Newbury town centre.