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Applicant

A person who has made a formal request. For example, a person who has asked for a loan from the bank, but has not yet been approved, is said to be an applicant for that loan.
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Commenter also repeated an allegation considered in Applicants' application to acquire CBPA and CBDE (the "Mellon proposal") that Applicants indirectly support predatory lending by a number of unaffiliated consumer lenders through the securitization activities and warehouse lending services of Applicants' subsidiary, Greenwich Capital Markets, Greenwich, Connecticut ("GCM").
It was the winter of 2000, and Figueroa, like his nine colleagues in the admissions office, was in the thick of winnowing applicants for the Class of 2004 from nearly 7,000 down to the 1,500 or so who would be offered spots at Wesleyan, one of the nation's elite private colleges.
Generally, the FCC's regulations state that licensees and applicants of certain types of wireless facilities must routinely assess their compliance with RER radiation exposure limits, which differ, depending on whether the RFR environment is "controlled" (i.
The Harvard Report directly raises the question whether Respondents are responsible for the commission of the international crime of genocide against the Applicants, The 4.
I look for how well the applicants understand their business, how clear their goals are and if they know where they want to be in a year.
Today's fierce competitive climate demands that law enforcement agencies move quickly to identify and hire qualified applicants in the shortest time possible.
Applicants can then call or link directly to lenders' Web sites and e-mail forms.
Such an instruction will prevent applicants from creating a basis for a lawsuit by including extraneous information about themselves and then claiming that they were rejected for unlawful reasons.
Requirements: Full-time undergraduate (juniors) or graduate in good academic standing; applicants must have a minimum 2.
In early December, just a few weeks before the Monica Lewinsky tapes hit the papers, the Clinton administration announced to loud applause from civil rights groups that it was going to throw the federal government's clout behind attempts to catch employers in purported acts of discrimination, including sexual harassment, by using so-called testers - paid informers who pose as job applicants.
The Counseling and Placement Division provides a variety of employment services to job applicants who are work ready and to students.