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  1. Hiring

    of Hire

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  1. hiring

    obtain the temporary use of something on a agreed payment

    Submitted by honeysingh708759 on May 26, 2021  

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of hiring in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of hiring in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of hiring in a Sentence

  1. Finance assignment help:

    Hello. I am looking for finance assignment help right now. Please let me know if you provide this service at your stop. I came across your website long ago and I have been wanting to seek your services since then. I have heard that your finance assignment help is also affordable. Kindly let me know about the process of hiring your tutors urgently for best practices. I will be glad for your help and guidance. Thank you so much.

  2. Director Suzanne Case:

    State hiring agencies including Dept. of Land and Natural Resources carefully review criminal records and all information provided prior to hiring selected candidates, while we cannot comment on ongoing investigations, we are taking a look at all aspects of our hiring processes, particularly for law enforcement positions, to identify areas where heightened scrutiny can be added to ensure we have the best candidates possible for available positions.

  3. Jamie Schwartz:

    Anything that refines the process and improves the success rate between the job seeker and the hiring authority would be beneficial, can I envision technology enhancing that? Definitely.

  4. Tim Hubbard:

    Hiring John Legere would serve as a signal to the market that the company wants to increase its legitimacy without losing its core, radical nature.

  5. Amanda LaGrange:

    We often don't need to post for jobs... When word gets out that you're in fair-chance hiring, you have people come to you.

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    an event in which one thing is substituted for another
    A downsizing
    B fancy
    C purse
    D permutation

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