Manpower [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Manpower:

There were bolts and rings for the lines when the gun had to be moved by manpower in the field.

Communities started to compete for resources (manpower included).

Manpower was what finally broke Invader, improbable as it seems.

They take the orders, designate raw materials, equipment, manpower.

This in the end is still a question of manpower and raw resources.

In recent years, we have learned a lot about American manpower.

Manpower is thus seen to be a direct function of leadership.

I'm sure we can get the machinery and the manpower from the governor.

It has also been blamed on a failure of manpower planning and on the relaxation of central controls over enterprise funds.

We had just about all the manpower of the crime scene search section working.