Never mind Woody Allen; among the first pieces of modern Jewish literature is Der Ershter Yidisher Rekrut (early-mid 19th century), the story of a bumbling army recruit who “can’t do anything right,” said Yiddish translator and scholar Michael Wex.
What does REKR stand for?
REKR stands for Rekrut (German: Recruit)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Rhein-Erft-Kreis (German district)
- Robert Earl Keen (singer)
- Rule Evolution Kit (computer science)
- Ryan Erik Kaminsky (artist)
- Round Eye Knife and Tool (knife manufacturer)
- Robust Extended Kalman Filter
- Real Estate Karlin Group (Prague, Czech Republic)
- Regionális Energiagazdasági Kutatóközpont (Hungarian: Regional Energy Policy Research; EU)
- Regional Climate Project (REgio-KLIma-Projekt)
- Royal East Kent Mounted Rifles (Canterbury, Kent, UK)
- Authorized for Release To ...
- Radio Emscher Lippe (German online radio)
- Radio Equipment List (Canada)
- Random Even Lengths (lumber)
- Rassemblement Européen de la Liberté (French: European Gathering of Liberty; political platform)
- Réacteur à Eau Légère (French: Light Water Reactor)
- Real Estate Law
- Rear End Loader (waste container)
- Recommended Exposure Limit (NIOSH)
- Recovered Energy Logic
Samples in periodicals archive:
Use of effective teaching principles is consistent with recommendations by Komoski (1995) and Rekrut (1999), who offered suggestions for selecting and implementing technology-based practices for students with special needs.
Rekrut (1994) concluded that the most successful programs emphasized training the tutors in interpersonal skills, management skills, and content skills.