- v. present participle of recruit.
“A reunion of the 1985 Final Four team brought back memories of when the Red Storm dominated the city in recruiting, which is much tougher to do these days with the way the landscape of college basketball has changed.”
“Punch at this time was a bitter critic of the methods of recruiting, and his anti-militaristic zeal reached a climax in a protest against the advertisements used at Birmingham and elsewhere, in which he calls the recruiting sergeant "the clown in the bloody pantomime of glory.”
“The case of detainee Omar Khadr highlights how President Barack Obama has struggled to carry out a pledge he made immediately after taking office to close the globally unpopular military prison, which he called a recruiting tool for terrorists.”
“The lack of a full-time head coach, until the week after the season ended, had to put a crimp in recruiting, meaning coach Greg Vetrone has some work to do.”
“He was instrumental in recruiting the players who made us successful at Robert Morris.”
“Although Warburg had declined Krehl's invitation to direct the Physiology Institute, he cared deeply about the development of the new KWImF and played an active role in recruiting scientists for Krehl.”
“Legal offices are struggling with the weight of expansion but the development of professional recruiting is lagging behind.”
“That's the first lesson I learned in recruiting: Worry about your own guys.”
“Looks like the KKK and the Christian Identity neo-Nazis are recruiting from the extremist right wing pretty handily.”
“RAZ: Most of us are somewhat familiar with the kind of high stakes involved in recruiting college basketball players, but your story starts way earlier than that.”
Looking for tweets for recruiting.