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enlist (oneself) for something

to sign up for something; to enroll for something. Sam wouldn't enlist for service. Todd enlisted himself for the army last week.
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enlist(oneself) in something

to join something; to join the armed services. She decided not to enlist herself in the air force. Bill enlisted in the army.
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enlist someone for something

to enroll someone for something; to seek help for something from someone. I enlisted all of them for the understudy parts. Can I enlist you for the committee?
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enlist someone in something

to recruit someone into something; to recruit someone into the armed services. They tried to enlist me in the army, but I decided against it. David enlisted his brother in an organization that gave assistance to peasants in South America.
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We are all relying on the vigilance of owners and professional property managers to enlist the services of an expert in order to maintain the healthiest possible systems.
New technologies, such as Enlist, will enable more modes of action, increasing weed management diversity and sustainability.
Farmers need solutions for ever-increasing weed challenges, and Enlist E3 soybeans will enable exceptional weed control delivered from the Enlist system, combined with the latest advancement in soybean technology," said Tom Wiltrout, Seeds and Traits Strategy Leader, Dow AgroSciences.
One such incident happened during the American Revolution when the famed Deborah Sampson did, in fact, enlist in a Massachusetts infantry regiment in 1782 and served on active duty as "Robert Shurtliff" before being discovered and discharged.
The Pentagon rightly doesn't want recruits without at least a high-school education; the problem is that a rapidly growing percentage of high school graduates are going on to become college students, who in turn are increasingly unlikely to enlist.
In 1987, because of limited fiscal resources for conservation, the Municipal Art Society, Art Commission and Parks Department initiated the Adopt-A-Monument Program to enlist private funds in aid of public art.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Dow AgroSciences LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: DOW), announced today that Canadian regulatory authorities have approved the Enlist[TM] corn trait and the Enlist[TM] soybean trait, which are part of the company's Enlist Weed Control System.
In its original form, TIPS drew a chorus of protests for proposals to enlist not only federal government employees such as postal workers, but also private-sector workers like cable repairmen and electricians, who have access to private homes and businesses.
He had 19 years of life experience, a high school degree, and "no skills" So his parents did what desperate parents have done for generations: They encouraged him to enlist.
ACTIVE-duty recruits, including those with prior military service, who enlist for at least three years in the active Army and report for training before Dec.
Dow AgroSciences Developing Enlist System to Control Weeds, Retain Glyphosate Benefits
It's something I've always wanted to do since I was very little,'' said Jones, 17, who plans to enlist in the United States Marine Corps after graduating from Valencia High this week with the class of 2004.