manpower in a sentence

War bankrupted the nation’s resources and manpower.

Collectively, they contribute upwards of 80,000 hours of manpower each year.

But smaller Korean farms rely on daily manpower to wring salt from seawater.

However, there is insufficient manpower supply to fulfil the growing demand.

“It’s going to bring about more manpower on the streets and other good things.

However, lack of time & manpower makes it very difficult to do a proper deep cleaning.

This is an important step for manpowerGroup in Germany, said Jonas Prising, manpowerGroup CEO.

Officials say the sheer volume has strained existing resources and manpower, resulting in delays.

The rebel gains have been aided by the critical shortage of manpower available to Mr. Assad’s regime.

Acronis also will be working with local universities and polytechnics to address any manpower crunch.