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hire

1. 
a. the act of hiring or the state of being hired
b. (as modifier): a hire car
2. 
a. the price paid or payable for a person's services or the temporary use of something
b. (as modifier): the hire charge
3. for or on hire available for service or temporary use in exchange for payment
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Bamattre said the emergency hires would not be eligible for standard benefits and pension.
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