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  • noun Plural form of enlistee.

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Examples

  • Thus, the average IQ of enlistees is above the national average.

    Matthew Yglesias » You And What Recruiting Pool?

  • Every year, the military discharges more than 1,200 first-term enlistees before their contracts are up because of weight problems.

    Facing unfit recruits, military leaders target food in schools

  • Barry's revolutionary exercise strategy, combined with his patented, raspy drill-sergeant tactics and fun atmosphere, creates a unique and irresistible workout environment that inspires and motivates "enlistees" to push harder and get into great shape fast.

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  • Barry's revolutionary exercise strategy, combined with his patented, raspy drill-sergeant tactics and fun atmosphere, creates a unique and irresistible workout environment that inspires and motivates "enlistees" to push harder and get into great shape fast.

    Wil's Ebay E-Store

  • But it seems to me the danger is by pushing too hard and too fast, really forcing a reaction among the middle of the military and especially the people who are toughest on this are the parents of potential enlistees.

    Week In Politics: Midterms, 'Don't Ask'

  • But it seems to me the danger is by pushing too hard and too fast, really forcing a reaction among the middle of the military and especially the people who are toughest on this are the parents of potential enlistees.

    Week In Politics: Midterms, 'Don't Ask'

  • Cooper is advising friends and other interested enlistees to be cautious when discussing their sexuality with military recruiters because of the law's uncertain future.

    Appeals court grants stay of 'don't ask' injunction

  • But it seems to me the danger is by pushing too hard and too fast, really forcing a reaction among the middle of the military and especially the people who are toughest on this are the parents of potential enlistees.

    Week In Politics: Midterms, 'Don't Ask'

  • "Subsidiaries," "factions" or "chapters" in different states or countries can work at cross-purposes with one another, create confusion about mission that can frustrate or drive away members and/or potential enlistees, duplicate efforts and suffer from lack of scale (in fundraising, for instance).

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  • While 60% of 18-24 year-olds with a high school degree are white and 17% are black, 64% of new enlistees are white and 19% are black.

    The Truth About Who Fights for Us

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