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adjective as in enlisted

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In a statement, Pfizer’s CEO, Albert Bourla, said the vaccine’s development took “248 long days and nights,” involving 43,661 volunteers at 150 locations in the US, Turkey, and South Africa.

Over the past eight months, the pair — now known around the small town as “the cookie guys” — and their 100 volunteer bakers have made more than 15,500 cookies.

All staffers are volunteering to return, according to the school system.

We decided to allow any of our 20,000 employees to take up to 10% of their time to volunteer on innovation accelerated by the lab.

Cindy Candia, a volunteer with Angry Tias and Abuelas, a group that assists migrants and asylum seekers in the Rio Grande Valley, previously ran a local PFLAG chapter with her husband.

His regular partner was late that day, and Police Officer Wenjian Liu volunteered to fill in.

Finally, Ciolino volunteered a lawyer, Jack Rimland, to represent Simon in court.

Jackson volunteered this information to detectives, just before the trial, in the mistaken belief that it would help Wise.

The sisters, who volunteered for relief work in addition to ministerial service through their order, were extraordinary women.

More than a dozen from Texas colleges and universities volunteered to take part in reviewing texts this past summer.

"I'll look in the bar," I volunteered, remembering the kid had left with more of a roll than Meadows had now.

The third, a young man, was confined for having volunteered as chaplain in a Union regiment.

"Oh, they'll maybe put Aggie Lowrieson on your side o' the table," he volunteered, glad that at last she had shown some feeling.

This work was turned over to women and children, while young boy scouts came and volunteered to work on the farms.

O'Toole volunteered to go, but the boatmen would not take him, evidently having had their orders.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to volunteered, such as: offered, proffered, and tendered.

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