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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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2-2 Nationals without household registration residing in the Taiwan Area (Non-registered Nationals) and having acquired a multiple entry permit with an effective period equivalent to the applicants Resident Certificate.
At the outset, CJP Khosa inquired from the counsel as to how the bail could be granted to the applicants, who remained absconding from 2011 till 2019 in the case.
In contrast, the lowest rates were observed in Slovakia, five applicants per million inhabitants, Hungary (11) and Poland (20).
Starting this month, all passport applicants at the DFA-Aseana office in Paranaque City are required to first pay the processing fees at any authorized payment center before their scheduled appointment date.
But the job with the most applicants per individual role advertised was a cleaning position, which is a grade three job.
The active job openings-to-applicants ratio is defined as monthly active job openings subtracted by monthly active job applicants. Monthly active job openings is the sum of job openings carried over from the previous month because they remain open, plus new job openings.
ISLAMABAD -- The Higher Education Commission (HEC) has launched a completely secure and robust online degree attestation system through which applicants can apply for attestation of their degrees while sitting at home.
A report compiled by the legal adviser hired by Pemra has termed the process to launch Dth services by the previous management as 'illegal', and asked the authority to call fresh bids while keeping the already shortlisted applicants intact as per the new prescribed process.
The number of asylum applicants in Bulgaria increased by 55% on an annual basis in 2014, according to Eurostat data.
It is estimated that around 90% were new applicants and around 10% repeat applicants, Eurostat reported, on 22 March.
"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.
life insurers received far more requests for individual coverage from older applicants in August and fewer from young applicants.