Noun(1) a small unit serving as part of or as the nucleus of a larger political movement(2) a nucleus of military personnel capable of expansion
(1) a small cadre of scientists(2) The program is designed to train a cadre of researchers to bridge the processes from scientific discovery through clinical development and regulatory review of new oncology products.(3) Quite understandably, his government was never popular among the Communist managerial cadre that lost a sizable part of its influence as well as possibilities for career growth.(4) It is only through the cadre that socialist politics and culture can be brought into the working class.(5) The initiative to developing stronger business cooperatives is focused on training cooperative leaders and a cadre of extension specialists and other technical assistance providers.(6) For Catholic activists, the cadre , if you will, this is a major problem, whatever position, prolife or prochoice, one takes.(7) There is an enormous challenge in training a cadre of highly qualified professionals to fuel development and address the challenges confronting the continent.(8) In a few short years, we could have a sizeable cadre of educated, professional, highly paid people.(9) The cost and engineering problems the Air Force is having with their space programs and in trying to train a solid cadre of qualified and effective space personnel are all too familiar.(10) The result was a cadre of activists who were well versed in both lofty principles and winning elections, she explains.(11) He was certainly more comfortable in that role than in a revolutionary cadre .(12) This means that the cadre of activists who run Scotland's leading party comprise an activist base of in the region of 2,000 people.(13) The aim of the bursar programme is to develop a new cadre of professionals with the specialist skills needed to effectively manage school finances and resources and to bring a business dimension to schools' strategic planning.(14) An excellent cadre of professional managers and strong entrepreneurial orientation has provided a significant competitive edge to the company.(15) The enormity of biological resources makes a case for raising a whole cadre of highly trained professionals for inventorisation, characterisation and documentation.(16) They relate personal accounts of food aid being distributed to the communist cadre or to the military.
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5. nucleus ::
6. core ::
Different Formscadre, cadres
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