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  1. Volunteers

    Volunteers is a 1969 album by American psychedelic rock band, Jefferson Airplane, released as RCA Victor LSP-4238. It was also released in a Quadrophonic version in 1973 as RCA Quadradisc APD1-0320. It was controversial at the time because of anti-war messages of certain songs and occasional use of profanity in the lyrics. The original title of the album was intended to be Volunteers of Amerika, but after objections from Volunteers of America the name was shortened.

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    Rank popularity for the word 'volunteers' in Written Corpus Frequency: #4510

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of volunteers in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

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    The numerical value of volunteers in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of volunteers in a Sentence

  1. Hillary Holley:

    Fair Fight Action's work with dedicated voting rights activists throughout Georgia has led to enormous gains in voter registrations in our state -- particularly among voters of color, who have helped spearhead advocacy for critical federal voting rights legislation to protect our democracy while also blocking Republicans' most dangerous anti-voter proposals in state legislatures, now, with the GOP's voter suppression campaign ramping up in state houses across the country, Fair Fight Action is proud to join with Michelle Obama and When We All Vote alongside other civil and voting rights organizations to fight back against Republicans' anti-voter agenda. We're ready to work with our allies to recruit new volunteers and keep organizing Americans to push for the Senate to pass new federal protections for voting rights at a time when we need them more than ever.

  2. Ted Cruz:

    My political team saw CNN's report breaking news and they forwarded that news to our volunteers, it was being covered on live television.

  3. Gautam Rimal:

    Local volunteers and police personnel are digging through six-feet (deep) snow with shovels looking for more bodies.

  4. Jose Sebastian:

    We feel rather helpless, we have lots of food, we have volunteers ready to go, but we don't have the boats.

  5. Mani Chan:

    This station and the volunteers (here) are forming a defense line, we’re going to stay anyway.

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