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Synonyms for candidate

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

Synonyms for candidate

someone who is considered for something (for an office or prize or honor etc

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67/2004, there is also regulated the fact that in case of appealing a candidateship, this is handed in to the instance that is competent for solving them, with a possibility for appealing in 24 hours after the delivery by the superior instance.
However, they are independent entities, which can or cannot accept the candidateship of other people.
Certain informal rules and institutions based on balance of power among different factions and restriction of top leaders' power have come into being in China's elite politics, ensuring that candidateship of future successors is not solely the reflection of the incumbent top leader's own will, but an outcome of compromises among different groups and one step further, the result of polls in a limited range.
He rose to candidateship in the Central Committee Presidium after Stalin's death and thereby enhanced his position of power outside his own republic.
The aim of this study is to determine and assess how the relationships with and candidateship conditions of the European Union have reflected to the Turkish primary educational curricula for the Life Science and Social Studies which were changed in the years of 1968, 1998 and 2004.