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Participant

A party of a funding. It usually refers to the lowest rank or smallest level of funding.

Participant

A person or company with a stake in a venture. Examples of participants include a shareholder, an employee in a company, or a policyholder in an insurance policy.
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Each participant received two-hour long sessions held across 2-5 days.
The "Kiowa Warrior" case study situates the participants in exactly such a dilemma.
One participant described the symbolic value of appearance for adolescents in her community in the following way:
The first reason was that the participant had received his education in English starting in Kindergarten and had high academic achievement in English in all academic areas.
A includes a separate profit-sharing account and a separate medical retirement account (MRA) for each participant.
This simple but representative message was what a participant in Iowa wanted delivered to policymakers from the League's national community dialogue project, Local Voices: Citizen Conversations on Civil Liberties and Secure Communities.
Two weeks following the training, on-site visits were arranged with each participant to follow up on their plans for program evaluations.
A participant does not have a legally binding right to compensation if the employer can unilaterally reduce or eliminate it after the employee performs the services.
Because it is expensive to investigate family histories and environmental exposure histories for large numbers of participants (Barbour 2003), large cohort studies tend to collect participant information through closed-ended questions--that is, by giving participants a range of predetermined answers to predetermined questions and forcing them to choose among them (UK Biobank 2002).
The course provides an integrated, multidisciplinary approach that encourages the participant to develop an understanding of concepts, principles, methods, and techniques drawn from management theory, economic reasoning and quantitative reasoning.
This can be accomplished either (a) by having the plan specify the time and form of payments that are to be made due to a distribution event, or (b) by permitting the participant to elect the time and form of payment at the time of the initial deferral election.
To assess the strength of his/her volunteer identity, each participant completed the Volunteer Behavior Questionnaire (VBQ) (Chamg, Piliavin, & Callero, 1988).