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- n. The position, rank, or commission of cadet.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The position, rank, or commission of a cadet.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being a cadet; an appointment as cadet.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the position of cadet
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His home; from where he went to school, served his cadetship, left for a war and emerged the sole survivor of the family tragedies.
Despite getting great marks in high school and being accepted into a great uni, I chose the route of a journalism cadetship.
Under a cadetship scheme, scholars who get their university fees paid for by President Robert Mugabe's government would now be compelled to join the civil service and would not be allowed to emigrate for several years, state radio announced.
He also said 20,000 students were due to embark on a cadetship scheme supported by the government, after which they would join the public service.
And this nice captain asks me am I interested in a cadetship?
Lisa from uni does reception work for Ray White, but is leaving because she has a media cadetship, and she told me they are looking for some new people and you don't need reception experience.
He wangled an appointment to West Point, where his cadetship was undistinguished.
"To curb the exodus of medical staff, plans are under way to re-introduce the cadetship programme, while graduates will be bonded to the service of the state for a period equal to the period of their training."
The strategy aims to ensure that DFAT continues to attract talented Indigenous Australians and to increase the number of Indigenous Australians employed in the department through the Indigenous cadetship and graduate recruitment programs, and lateral recruitment.
In the past five years, seventeen Indigenous Australians have joined DFAT as part of our graduate trainee and Indigenous cadetship programs.