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  • n. Plural form of newcomer.

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Examples

  • Every individual defection was the result of a combination of factors, he said, but the latest group had been spurred largely by tensions arising from the appointment of what he called newcomers to senior positions in the security services.

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  • I think the biggest issue for newcomers is accessing the help - Ubuntu has help in place: in the forums, on ubuntu. com and in the operating system, but for some reason they're not utilized as well as they should be.

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  • Italian football is so different to the game we play in England it seemed reasonable to assume newcomers from a Serie A background would need a season or two to get over the culture shock, so it was quite easy to predict that Carlo Ancelotti would struggle to hit the ground running at Chelsea or that Roberto Mancini was completely the wrong choice to control clashing egos at Manchester City.

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  • The recent spate of lawsuits is mainly focused on the mobile-phone market, where relative newcomers from the computer industry are jostling for position, tangling with entrenched players.

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  • Promoting existing players on the roster and grooming newcomers is critical with Anderson expected to jump to the NBA and F Obi Muonelo leaving after a productive four-year career.

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  • The move is the latest in a spate of lawsuits in the tech sector, mainly focused on the mobile-phone market, where relative newcomers from the computer industry are jostling for position, tangling with entrenched players.

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  • The young cast of newcomers is already beginning to see the effects of Glee mania.

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  • “Being new you may not see them at first, but one purpose in my greeting newcomers is to open your eyes to see what surrounds you.”

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  • He describes Olema as a "fool's school," at which he, as the self-described patriarch, attempted to instill in newcomers an awareness that the Digger doctrine of self-sovereignty involved not only complete freedom of individual action, but also the individual's responsibility for the welfare of the group.

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  • The Cavs are still trying to mix in four newcomers from a trade while playing without Zydrunas Ilgauskas, Daniel Gibson and Sasha Pavlovic, three key members of their rotation.

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