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  1. rookies

    A rookie is a person new to an occupation, profession, or hobby. In sports, a rookie is a professional athlete in their first season (or year). In contrast with a veteran who has experience, a rookie is typically considered needing more training and learning, though they may bring a new outside expertise to a job.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of rookies in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of rookies in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

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  1. Lenora Fulani:

    We were asked to do this as a way to expose the rookies early on in their career to different ways of thinking and interacting with the community.

  2. Romain Grosjean:

    He goes in the car and when he says' the car is doing this, I like this', Formula One rookies know that he can be a reference point from last year's Lotus which wasn't a bad machine, there's not one thing or one point of data that he brings to the car, it's just a feeling which he brings to the car.

  3. Philip Rivers:

    They keep you energized and excited and fired up, so its been fun, ive really enjoyed not only the young, young guys, the guys born in late 98 when I was in high school, but the guys that are the six- seven- eight-year guys. The Keenans (Allen) and all those guys that youve gotten to see be rookies and now be All-Pro players. So its been a lot of fun.

  4. Sean Patrick Maloney:

    We don't need rookies who don't know what they're doing in Congress, we need our most experienced, strong, effective, accomplished, I would say, women, who know how to fight and how to overturn the attack on (Roe v. Wade) and on our rights.

  5. Irishman Clarke:

    With five rookies currently in, I'll probably be looking towards experience to balance the team, you know, you've got the likes of Lee Westwood, who has been playing very well again. He's just outside the qualification points at the moment and there are a few other seasons guys that are right there too.

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