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applicant

(Candidate), noun aspirant, bidder, candiiate under consideration, entrant, inquirer

applicant

(Petitioner), noun claimant, moveant, party, petitioner, solicitant
See also: candidate, claimant, contender, petitioner, prospect, suitor
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P/18/0249/2 Applicant Persimmon Homes North Midlands.
The applicant may also get his/her degrees attested through courier service.
The applicant, directly or indirectly, already holding any licence(s) issued by the authority, shall not be eligible for grant of licence unless all outstanding dues in respect of such licence(s) have been paid.
While Afghanistan (8% of the total number of applicants) remained the main country of citizenship of these applicants in 2012, Syria (7%) ranked second just ahead of Russia (7%), Pakistan (6%) and Serbia (6%).
Lower rent-to-income ratios suggest that applicants can afford higher rents in many markets," says Jay Harris, Senior Director of Business Development for CoreLogic SafeRent.
Kirch, AAMC president, said the increase in applicants and enrollees shows "the interest in medicine runs very strong in our country.
The applicant submitted an arbitration request seeking medical reimbursement and lost earnings as a day laborer from the date of the accident to the present.
One sign that the applicant might have gotten too much input into their essays, says Caleel, is when he receives an overly polished, well-written application: "But there is no sense of the real individual behind it.
The book explores current admissions policies and applications strategies, and suggests ways "to help both colleges and applicants to rediscover what college is really for.
Therefore, potential applicants are strongly advised to contact the appropriate NIH staff member identified in Section VII to discuss their particular circumstances before developing an application.
Again, gauging what is of value to your applicants will be an important part of determining compensation.
Once the employer has made a job offer to an applicant, the employer may inquire about an applicant's medical history or disability and make the job offer contingent on a medical exam - if the employer subjects all post-offer applicants in the same job category to the same questions or exam.