PERSONNEL in a Sentence

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 Meanings and Examples of PERSONNEL
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personnel
 n.  group of people willing to obey orders, like those employed in a company, organization, or one of the armed forces
Example Sentence: (22 in 2 pages)
1  Ability to deal with personnel at all levels effectively.
2  Only authorized personnel have access to the computer system.
3  Embassy security personnel refused to admit him or his wife.
4  Job seekers should apply at the personnel office.
5  Army personnel are not allowed to leave the base.
6  Britain has a dozen warships in the area, with a total of five thousand military personnel altogether.
7  This year we have seen the retirements of several senior personnel.
8  I decided to run a check on all personnel.
9  Please send your resume to the personnel department.
10  The new director is likely to make major changes in personnel.
11  The General does not like non-combatant personnel near a scene of action.
12  Administrative audits involve chefs, cooks, bakers, and other kitchen personnel.
13  Given the way your organization functions when it functions best, consider how a personnel or labor crisis situation would be handled.
14  The risk of infection is confined to groups such as medical personnel.
15  One of the problem areas is lax security for airport personnel.
Classic Sentence:
1  Melanie, bonneted and shawled, sedate in newly acquired matronly dignity, hung on his arm and the entire personnel of Tara, black and white, turned out to see Ashley off to the war.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
Get Context   In CHAPTER VII
2  So far, so good; but where local agents differed toto caelo in capacity and character, where the personnel was continually changing, the outcome was necessarily varied.
The Souls of Black Folk By W. E. B. Du Bois
Get Context   In II