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  • n. Plural form of hiring, present participle of hire.


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  • The good news in all the baseball hirings is that the Chicago Cubs are giving Don

    Tigers not up to speed with minorities

  • From the third quarter of last year Manpower started to see the increase in short-term hirings in blue collar and support roles rather than in high-skilled jobs. - Stuff

  • The Associated Press, citing two people connected to ABC, reported the hirings will be announced next week. - Fox cleans up in Series ratings despite sweep

  • "The hirings are the first since Google's announcement," said Li Zhi, a Beijing-based analyst at research company Analysys International. --

  • Looking at possible further big-name hirings next year such as Frenchman Franck Ribery,

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • When asked whether the hirings are a gamble based on the state of the economy, Marchionne smiled and said: "Don't be so skeptical.

    Chrysler ADDS More Than 1,000 Jobs In Detroit

  • Masters and servants are alike too poor to advertise; and there seems to be no reason why the Slave Market, under a changed name, and with improved regulations, may not as really supply a want as the country "hirings" do.

    Mystic London: or, Phases of occult life in the metropolis

  • Despite obvious problems with the Shanahan and Carroll hirings, the NFL and the Fritz Pollard Alliance, which helps oversee compliance of the rule, determined that the Redskins and the Seahawks met its minimum standards.

    Strengthening the NFL's Rooney Rule

  • Executives say the industry's U-turn from bankruptcy filings and layoffs to hirings and capital spending is driven by rising demand and a new view of manufacturing in the U.S. as a way to guard against volatile currency markets and other risks.

    Car Makers' U-Turn Steers Job Gains

  • The hirings set the stage for a high-stakes chess match between the investors that took Kerzner private in 2006 — Colony Capital LLC, Goldman's Whitehall Real Estate Funds and Kerzner Chief Executive Sol Kerzner — and numerous investors who own the debt.

    Debt Due-Date Looms for Kerzner


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