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entrants

Newcomers; people who enter a market.
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NEW entrants to agriculture should be given automatic access to the National Reserve in Wales, farm leaders are insisting.
Prize for entrant in first or second year ([pounds sterling]200): Stephen Lammas, second year, Unitech School of Architecture, Auckland, New Zealand
Perhaps you're a first-time entrant not sure where to start?
This may indicate early entrant school counselors perceive themselves to be more prepared with a prescribed amount of course preparation prior to employment.
At Japan's other airports JAL/JAS will adopt the same concept regarding new entrants if so requested.
Rather than attempting to distinguish predatory practices from legal competitive practices, in this article we determine the entrant characteristics and strategies, incumbent characteristics, and market characteristics that govern incumbent carrier reactions, be they predatory or legal.
DV-2016 data will be available through Entrant Status Check until at least June 30, 2016.
There are 17 new entrants in our Top 250 this year: a relatively small number by the standards of recent years.
Each succesful entrant can pay the race fee and get a place for the big event on September 15, 2013.
All instant wins subject to confirmation from entrant's network operator cost of entry has been successfully billed and verification entrant has correctly answered competition question.
ISLAMABAD, May 19, 2011 (Balochistan Times): The Engineering Development Board (EDB) is all set to present the new entrant auto policy to Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) of the cabinet for final approval.
WorldTV may reject entries out of hand if they think it unlikely an entrant has, or can realistically obtain, rights to use such content.