Sources: Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; CC-CEDICT
The plan is to recruit 5 Java engineers before the end of next month.
Beijing's time honored public bathhouse Qinghuachi has gone to college for the first time to recruit for its traditional technique - chiropody, the Beijing Evening News reported.
So Brazilian officials decided to threaten some powerful American industries with taxes, in an effort to recruit them into their battle against American cotton.
Then you have to find ones who meet Fisk's criteria, and it's a bit selective. We end up having to recruit from a very small pool.
Both sides are feverishly trying to recruit new members to bolster their cause at the IWC.
Ding Zhaozhong is very dedicated to training high-energy physics professionals of China and often comes back to the country to recruit young scientists to work in his scientific research groups.
Above all, it says, Iraq, where al-Qaeda is most active, serves to “energise the broader Sunni extremist community, raise resources and to recruit and indoctrinate operatives, including for Homeland attacks.
A Labour Agreement enables Australian employers to recruit a specified number of workers from overseas in response to identified or emerging labour market (or skill) shortages.
Although young people are sometimes attracted the gang's power, they are unlikely to recruited for anything more than menial tasks, the report added.
A purposive sampling method was used to recruit 5mothers attending an In Vitro Fertilization/Embryo Transfer and Tubal Embryo Transfer program at an infertility center in central Taiwan.