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Participant

A party of a funding. It usually refers to the lowest rank or smallest level of funding.
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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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A new plan that does nothing more than supplement an existing plan still may be considered a material modification; this presumption may be rebutted by demonstrating the new plan is consistent with the participant's historical compensation practices.
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In order to discover what happens at library baby storytime programs and if and how these programs benefit the children who take part, we (2) conducted an exploratory participant observation study.
Participants expect a slowing down of physical and mental performance and an increase of illnesses.