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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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In the last two years the highest applied for jobs at Kirklees Council are as follows (all salaries given are based on full time): Business support officers: 791 applicants for 51 jobs, salary PS17,072.
In addition, the new job openings-to-applicants ratio, which is new job openings divided by new job applicants, tends to fluctuate preceding movements in the active job openings-to-applicants ratio.
From dashboard, the applicants will be navigated to PhD Country Directory (PCD) and the system will make a search on the basis of CNIC or email address provided by the user.
Applicants shall have less than 50 per cent of the shares owned or controlled by foreign nationals/companies, if any, with or without management or control vested in foreign nationals or companies.
In 2014, the highest number of applicants was registered by far in Germany (202 700 applicants, or 32% of total applicants), followed by Sweden (81 200, or 13%), Italy (64 600, or 10%), France (62 800, or 10%) and Hungary (42 800, or 7%).
In 2012, the highest number of applicants was registered in Germany (77,500 applicants, or 23% of the total), followed by France (60,600, or 18%), Sweden (43,900, or 13%), the United Kingdom (28,200, or 8%) and Belgium (28,100, or 8%).
The proportion of applicants declined by users of tenant scoring during the third quarter has dropped steadily, with the lowest number of declined applicants in the third quarter of 2012.
Activity has been especially weak for applicants under age 60.
Kirch, AAMC president, said the increase in applicants and enrollees shows "the interest in medicine runs very strong in our country.
Applicant, 42 years old, was riding a bicycle when he was struck by a taxi.
For Japanese applicants, writing self-promotional essays is a foreign concept.
The book explores current admissions policies and applications strategies, and suggests ways "to help both colleges and applicants to rediscover what college is really for.