Definitions

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  • adjective Able to be recruited
  • adjective Suitable for recruitment

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Examples

  • This week the NCAA Legislative Council has lowered the grade-level age of "recruitable" boys basketball prospects from the 9th grade … to the 7th grade.

    The Latest on Air America

  • Last year, my Application Boot Camp co-director Mimi Doe and I gave a talk to 250 minority students from New York's REACH program, all of whom would be in the "highly recruitable" minority/low income category at all top colleges.

    Dr. Michele Hernandez: What Harvard and Princeton Don't Want You to Know

  • Last year, my Application Boot Camp co-director Mimi Doe and I gave a talk to 250 minority students from New York's REACH program, all of whom would be in the "highly recruitable" minority/low income category at all top colleges.

    Dr. Michele Hernandez: What Harvard and Princeton Don't Want You to Know

  • Last year, my Application Boot Camp co-director Mimi Doe and I gave a talk to 250 minority students from New York's REACH program, all of whom would be in the "highly recruitable" minority/low income category at all top colleges.

    Dr. Michele Hernandez: What Harvard and Princeton Don't Want You to Know

  • Last year, my Application Boot Camp co-director Mimi Doe and I gave a talk to 250 minority students from New York's REACH program, all of whom would be in the "highly recruitable" minority/low income category at all top colleges.

    Dr. Michele Hernandez: What Harvard and Princeton Don't Want You to Know

  • By duplication, amplification, recombination, retroposition, and similar mechanisms, nuons can give rise to “potonuons,” that is, entities potentially recruitable as new nuons.

    Gene

  • It may be ever less all-American, but it's where the recruitable young are heading.

    Tom Engelhardt: The Long, Slow Death of American Triumphalism

  • SF&F examples of DEM: 1. In the movie version of The Return of the King an invincible, hitherto-unmentioned Army of the Dead is suddenly revealed to be recruitable by Aragon and saves the day in the book they are still a bit of a DEM but at least don't resolve the entire storyline on Aragorn's behalf as in the movie.

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  • At each step he bumps into "Homoterrorists" who, in many shocking scenes, have unrestricted views of his firm, young body, its head of thick, tousled hair housing what must be an imminently recruitable mind.

    Davis Sweet: 16 States to Criminalize "Gaywalking"

  • The Japanese military has chronic manpower shortages that will only worsen as the population of recruitable teenagers declines.

    The Military Question

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