Greenhorns sentence example

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  • Such an outcome was regularly produced by the apprentices - hence they came to be called greenhorns.

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  • The deckhands work on the vessel in frigid temperatures and they should have experience as greenhorns (beginner) before moving on to fishing for king crab.

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  • Greenhorns face the same conditions and challenges as other crew members do, with about half the pay.

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  • What you need to do is interview to find the superstars who are very experienced or greenhorns who demonstrate the highest potential.

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  • Some side stories may involve the competitive nature of the captains, the stress of living on the ship and the plight and sometimes hazing of greenhorns.

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  • Greenhorns are the rookies; green meaning "fresh" or "new".

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  • He acted as a mentor to many greenhorns on board his vessel, including his sons Joshua and Jacob.

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