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RECRUIT. A newly made soldier.

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Major General Sohail Aziz reviewed the parade in which 262 passing out recruits participated, an ISPR press release said.
class="MsoNormalBut before the recruits could be taken to the next steps, including running and undergoing medical tests, Mr Ngeny stopped the recruitment.
Considering that the majority of Filipinos are classified in the lower income classes, most will likely resort to selling products using credit lines or investing in low capital businesses, such as multilevel marketing (MLM), a legitimate and innovative type of direct selling where one is compensated not just for personal sales but also for the sales of direct recruits as well as indirect recruits (those recruited by direct recruits) after meeting the qualifying sales volume of their company.
MIR ALI: First passing out parade of Frontier Corps Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (South) recruits was held at Scouts Training Academy Mir Ali sub division of North Wazirstan Agency.
The first passing out parade of Frontier Corps Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (South) recruits was held at Scouts Training Academy in Mir Ali, North Wazirstan Agency on Monday.
At the time, Jurney had said, "Our immediate focus is identifying, isolating and treating recruits who present symptoms.
Objective: Objective of this study is to find the leading causes of morbidity among recruits during their basic military training so that effective preventive measures can be adopted.
“At National Blue Chip Elite Lacrosse, college coaches observe potential recruits in drills, combine testing, small game scenarios and games.
Mortgage companies should provide the following to ensure managers are prepared to win: personal and professional profile pages for recruits; scripts for the approach of a qualified and non-qualified recruit; interview questions for a recruit; presentation for a recruit; follow-up strategies to wow the recruit; and, most importantly, the process in tracking all activity and success.
WORCESTER - Background investigations on all of the recruits for the Police Department's upcoming class have been completed, keeping the academy start date of Oct.
These hires primarily concerned Saudi Arabia which ranks first with 172 recruits, followed by Qatar (154 hires) and the United Arab Emirates (147 hires), Libya (88 recruits), Kuwait (43 recruits), Canada (55 recruits) and France (51 recruits).