from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who is drafted, especially for military service.
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- n. One who is drafted (into a military service, etc)
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- n. someone who is drafted into military service
One prevalent "myth," we are told, was that African Americans were overrepresented in draftee ranks during that conflict.
"Behind a draftee is the order of an officer _ we are interested in the officer."
"Behind a draftee is the order of an officer - we are interested in the officer."
Unfortunately, as a firefighter "draftee" (i.e. Guardsman turned firefighter) the line gear you get issued leaves a lot to be desired.
What Elder might have done is to mistake the draftee figure for 1966 -- which happened to be 13.4% -- with the population figures.
In any case, the actual draftee numbers are telling.
With these organizational dynamics, what personal habits do we find to be the most common ineffective behaviors for the new sales draftee?
-- Junior quarterback Dan Persa entered spring ball as the heir apparent to NFL draftee Mike Kafka and he did nothing to jeopardize his status.
Junior quarterback Dan Persa entered spring ball as the heir apparent to NFL draftee Mike Kafka and he did nothing to jeopardize his status.
His agent, Scott Leventhal, has watched his client grow from college draftee to relief ace, and he views the personal qualities—the maturity—on display through the Tuscaloosa rebuilding as a major reason why Robertson would succeed if he were to someday become the closer.
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