Its too-easy assumption: The Reserves would be a cadre against uncertainty, temporarily filling the ranks in any future emergency.
A cadre of regime apparatchiks soon seized power, eventually leading to the landslide election of their leader, Ion Iliescu.
Along with a cadre of other young, outspoken LGBT-rights activists in Yaoundé and Douala, Lembembe was impatient for change.
For now, barred from the office, she spends time with her cadre of lawyers.
Tinsley Mortimer has her own TV show, a closet full of borrowed dresses, and a cadre of crazy friends.
The officers, Negroes insofar as practical, and cadre noncommissioned officers would be specially assigned.
On April 1, 1913, only forty-six of the 1319 civilians on the cadre were natives of India.
This force, which formed the cadre of the present army, had French teachers and adopted from the latter the French uniform.
The battalion was augmented about this time by the arrival of the cadre of the 2nd 7th Manchesters.
Still, if it were not for Vesuvius much of the charm and character of the Bay of Naples and its cadre would be gone for ever.
1830, from French cadre, literally "a frame of a picture" (16c.), so, "a detachment forming the skeleton of a regiment" (1851), from Italian quadro, from Latin quadrum "a square" (see quadrille). The communist sense is from 1930.
An elite or select group that forms the core of an organization and is capable of training new members.