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The recruits wore shoes with the sharp kirigami spikes attached and walked on ice.

Each recruit collected some of their feces before the study began.

By the end of the study, the recruits had more SCFA-producing microbes than at the start.

During the workout weeks, the recruits did not change what they ate — except for three days before each poop collection.

Then they track how, on average, the health of the recruits have changed over time.

He also was working to recruit Castro as a driver for a drug load.

Ramos was 38—nearly two decades older than the average recruit.

The company declined to comment on their efforts to recruit more women, but the current drivers say they are working hard at it.

But then something funny happened: The GOP actually began to recruit black and Hispanic candidates.

She is accused of using her celebrity to recruit socially disadvantaged minors with the potential to become professional models.

Two years later this promising recruit, having fallen foul of the military authorities, had to leave the service under a cloud.

A serjeant enlisted a recruit, who on inspection turned out to be a woman.

Pernambuco had during the half century which had elapsed since the expulsion of the Dutch had time to recruit.

Young warriors returning home to recruit their health, or to die.

Before the next Sunday, Mrs Wood had taken her daughter to her distant home, to recruit in that quiet place.


On this page you'll find 129 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to recruit, such as: draftee, newcomer, rookie, sailor, soldier, and trainee.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.