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The proposal to induct more noncitizens, which is still largely on the drawing board, has to clear a number of hurdles.
Interrupting our discussion, the abbot is called upon to induct half a dozen more, the first new batch of this year.
They told her that all she had to do was talk to the leader and he would induct her as well.
We need to induct more students from humanities and arts into management mainstream.
Faced with upcoming administrator retirements, school districts must quickly induct novice administrators.
As many teachers are leaving the profession, it is important to devise new support structures to induct and retain new teachers.
The selection committee will gather information sent to them and will make a decision who to induct, based on this information.
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