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a person who applies for or seeks something, such as a job or position

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P/18/0438/2 Applicant Mr J Shelton & Ms C Aries.
On scheduled date and time, the applicant will bring all his/her original documents along with a copy of the same and receive attested degrees within a short time.
The applicants can also re-schedule their visit in case of failure to visit on the time prescribed earlier.
The applicant company will have to demonstrate that it has sufficient financial and technical resources to launch, establish and operate the Dth distribution service.
It is estimated that around 90% were new applicants and around 10% repeat applicants, Eurostat reported, on 22 March.
Q3 Applicant Income Increased 1% Household Income for Rent Decreased 1.
It was the fourth consecutive year in which the number of applicants was on the rise, after a 6-year decline.
At the hearing the parties stipulated that applicant has no identification except for his birth certification by the Peruvian Consul.
Although there is no foolproof system against fraudulent applications, Caleel claims that if and when they know for sure that the applicant has submitted a false application, dismissal is swift.
Most applicants compete not with the whole applicant pool but within specific categories, where the applicant-to-available-space ratio may be more, or less, favorable than in the pool at large.
The applicant should follow the PHS 398 instructions for budget information, providing only the total direct costs for each year and the entire proposed period of support and budget justification information.
The real question is: "Which applicant has the internal motivation to be a successful member of my camp staff team?
The employer may not subject applicants to a medical examination or require a medical release that supports the applicant's ability to perform the duties of the job.
which gives it information on any losses the applicant has reported to any insurance company.
Applicant must be a high school senior graduating during the 2005-2006 academic year, with proof of acceptance at an accredited college or university that offers either an approved Associate's degree or a regular Bachelor's degree, OR