Definition of Inductees

1. Noun. (plural of inductee) ¹



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Definition of Inductees

1. inductee [n] - See also: inductee

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inductees

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induciae
inducibilities
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inducible
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inducibly expressed GTPase
inducing
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inductance unit
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inductees (current term)
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induction motor

Literary usage of Inductees

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1. Muhammad Ali & Company by Thomas Hauser (1998)
"feel the number of inductees so far is appropriate and that our catch-up formula is working well. Boxing has a long history and is international in scope. ..."

2. U.s. Army's Transition to the All-volunteer Force, 1868-1974 by Robert K. Griffith, Robert K. Griffith, Jr., John Wyndham (FRW) Mountcastle (1997)
"Initially inductees were to serve for one year, and, according to a provision not unlike those of colonial laws prohibiting use of militia beyond county ..."

3. Handbook On Soviet Ground Forcesby DIANE Publishing Company by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"Those new inductees who had been selected for specialist training are assigned to their ... The second stage of the cycle is to integrate the new inductees, ..."

4. Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance, 1999 edited by Barry Leonard (1999)
"inductees are honored for their creative innovation. ... National Gallery for Young Inventors - inductees will be honored at a banquet in September 1999. ..."

5. The Rise of Nations in the Soviet Union: American Foreign Policy and the by Michael Mandelbaum (1991)
"Last year, however, the number of inductees with practically no command of the Russian language exceeded 125000. This is 12 times more than 20 years ago. ..."

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