recruit


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Synonyms for recruit

Synonyms for recruit

any new member or supporter (as in the armed forces)

register formally as a participant or member

seek to employ

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cause to assemble or enlist in the military

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The sweep of Texas, Texas A&M and Houston, Toledo said, influenced Lone Star State recruits Steve Morgan and Sean Phillips.
Two weeks after broadcasting a general E-mail with Recruit Rx, I found the two physicians I was looking for.
In a new LAPD report, which the Police Commission planned to consider today, former interim Police Chief Bayan Lewis and department personnel officials recommend that the police force return to its old rule of imposing an age cutoff for recruits.
A 21-year-old recruit might work for 30 or 40 years, while a 50- or 60-year-old recruit may work less than half the time.
Sheriff's deputy recruits are driving, skidding, backing and turning around on Fox Airfield's taxiways and asphalt aprons.
Add top recruit Jason Parker, and UNC appears poised for its second Final Four under coach Bill Guthridge.
However, an LAPD report submitted to the Civil Service Commission indicated the attrition rate for recruits older than 35 was twice the rate of younger officers, with about one-third of the older officers dropping out.
SANTA CLARITA -- Recruiters for the four branches of the military might sometimes be competing against each other, but with the country at war and a constant need for recruits they are also competing against other employers.
To recruit volunteer speakers, obtain technical aids and develop marketing/media plans that will help the organization raise awareness and increase services to people in the community who are blind or visually impaired.
Every recruit will get a prospect letter from our recruiting coordinator, Steve Tapley.
Occasionally, DeMars and Castro receive a phone call from a recruit who is having second thoughts about joining the military.
Dressed as civilians, they were the first participants in a bold new experiment by the Edmonton police department: teaching new recruits how it, feels to be discriminated against as a gay man or lesbian.
The Internet can be a very valuable tool to help camps recruit quality staff quickly and efficiently.
A new recruit who spends a day or more being guided through the policy manual may endure, but what's been learned that's useful, inspiring, or likely to result in a jump start on the job?