Rekrut


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Rekrut

 

(recruit), an individual who was either recruited voluntarily or conscripted into the army. The term was used in the Russian Army from 1705 to 1874 to designate individuals conscripted in fulfillment of the rekrutskaia povinnost’ (military service obligation). In 1874 the term was replaced by novobranets (draftee).

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Within this broad discipline challenge, the teacher's specific objective was to apply a theoretical belief that effective classroom learning experiences rely on utilising language to develop conceptual thinking (Bintz, 2011; Dewey, 1933; Rekrut, 1996).
Rekrut has been named the head of European High Yield Research and will be in charge of European high yield telecommunication, media and technology (TMT) companies.
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