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raw recruit

a new, inexperienced, or fresh recruit, such as someone just entering the army, navy, police, etc. These boys are nothing but raw recruits. They've never seen a gun up close!
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recruit someone for something

to seek and engage someone for something. Harry had to recruit a few people for the new jobs that opened up. We recruited three more people for the project.
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recruit someone from something

to convince someone to leave something and join one's own group. Phyllis recruited a new work team from the company she used to work for. We recruited a number of people from private industry.
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recruit someone into something

to seek out and induct someone into something. The recruitment office tried to recruit ten people a week into the army. The army recruited almost no one during the month of December.
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marine (recruit)

and marine officer
n. an empty beer or liquor bottle. (see also dead soldier, dead marine. These expressions are probably meant as derogatory to either marines or officer.) Every now and then the gentle muttering of the customers was accented by the breaking of a marine as it hit the floor. There’s a marine officer laying in the fireplace.
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Female candidates must Not be pregnant at recruitment and during training.
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This reputation has been established by forging positive relationships with clients who want to attract the highest(quality recruitment consultants to their organisation.
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The Outreach Recruitment Program does not espouse equity for select groups.
However, the emerging use of recruitment outsourcers is based upon obtaining the benefits of using a dedicated search firm with a stronger strategic relationship and integration of the professional recruiters.
This will close a loop hold that allows Trusts to recruit temporary staff from developing countries and extend the code to cover even more recruitment agencies.
Traditionally, the recruitment industry in Japan has been focused largely on finding staff in the IT, finance and HR sectors for multinational firms and the increasing number of Japanese firms with foreign interests.
If we're going to have strict standards, lets have strict standards, even if it's going to slow down recruitment.
Over the years, professional associations have provided minority scholarship funds, but these have not been concentrated in a way to make a strong impact in overall patterns of recruitment and occupational entry.
501(c)(3), a hospital must provide recruitment incentives to physicians in a way that does not cause it to violate the operational test of Regs.
But most health systems and large managed care organizations say they literally couldn't afford to be without an internal system for the recruitment of physician executives and other health care professionals.
Industry Standard Research (ISR) today announced the availability of a new report titled The State of Patient Recruitment in Clinical Trials that provides sponsors and service providers with valuable insight into the activities and strategies that drive and restrict patient recruitment in clinical trials.
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