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Probationer

A convict who is released from prison provided he maintains good behavior. One who is on Probation whereby she is given some freedom to reenter society subject to the condition that for a specified period the individual conduct herself in a manner approved by a special officer to whom the probationer must report.

probationer

(One being tested), noun apprentice, beginner, candidate, entrant, initiate, learner, neophyte, newcomer, novice, novitiate, tiro

probationer

(Released offender), noun criminal reeeased at large, criminal under suspension of sentence, lawbreaker under suspension of sentence, malefactor under suspension of sentence, offender under suspension of sentence, parolee, released convict, released criminal, released felon, released lawbreaker, released malefactor, released prisoner, released transgressor, released wronggoer, wrongdoer released from prison
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He said the changed course would benefit the Information Group probationers during their special training at the ISA.
A PhD, four MPhils, and 128 postgraduates were among the probationer sub-inspectors.
HOPE in Hawaii led to positive results for probationers in the short-term, (12) and these results continued, albeit to a lesser extent, in the long-term.
President Mukherjee highlighted that the career which the probationers had chosen in the Railway Protection Force "is not only very challenging but will also offer them immense opportunities to develop innovative means for safety and security of passengers in the mammoth apparatus of Railways".
One thing making CLTL unique is that the probationers, judge, POs, and facilitator are all on equal footing during the discussion: everyone reads the books, and no opinion carries more weight than another.
Two other probationers represented by Moule received government payments of $10,000 and $15,000, respectively.
White went out to visit several probationers around the city.
The sight prepared her for far worse below and she ran down to the platform with a bunch of other young probationers.
Differences between violent and nonviolent probationers were examined in the growing, yet understudied, rural probation population.
But on any given day 10 percent of the probationers scheduled to come in didn't arrive for testing, and 20 percent of those who did show up tested "dirty.