Definition of personnel:
strength, faculty, cadre, force, effect, corps, personnel office, violence, military group, military force, staff, help, employees, work force, force-out, military unit, personnel department, power, group, troop, organization, forcefulness, force play, staff office.
Add to this description of their personnel the well- known fact, that you might commit the grossest injustice, and could obtain the simplest justice only by lavish bribery, and you may form some idea of our military protectors.- "Wonderful Adventures of Mrs. Seacole in Many Lands", Mary Seacole Commentator: W. H. Russell.
He knew the personnel of the committee on judiciary; knew that at least three members of it were down on the list, made up at the beginning of the session by his colleagues in the army of observation, as " approachables".- "The Grafters", Francis Lynde.
To summarize, reviews in history should consist of both oral and written work; they should be rapid enough to insure quick thinking, alert attention, and small expenditure of time; they should occur with increasing frequency as the year advances; they should stock the memory, fix in the student's mind the order of events, stimulate fluency, insure a permanent acquaintance with the personnel of history, and give to the student a better view of the subject as a whole and in its various phases.- "The Teaching of History", Ernest C. Hartwell.