- n. Plural form of applicant.
“Not appearing in the current list of applicants is the Australian team being put together by Pegasus Racing, and the former BBox team that secured its new title sponsor, Europcar, a day after the application deadline.”
“I'm sorry that Secretary Clinton thinks that the process of screening potential job applicants is frustrating.”
“A surge in applicants makes a college look more selective.”
“See, the pool of applicants is constantly shrinking under current law because more and more people are getting sick, and therefore, too expensive for private insurance to cover.”
“On the other hand, if the median SAT score for rejected applicants is 520, you know that they are dealing with a mediocre applicant pool.”
“Probably the most frustrating and confusing thing to HAMP applicants is that while servicers are not allowed to foreclose on somebody who's in the application process, they are allowed to move forward with almost every other part of the foreclosure process.”
“Alan White, a professor at Valparaiso University law school, pointed out that a common complaint from HAMP applicants is that their servicers tell them they can't get help until they fall behind on payments.”
“Can you elaborate on what specifically you are looking for in applicants?”
“Colleges here are reporting a surge in applicants, buoyed, officials say, by high school students who helped with the hurricane recovery effort and want to return for classes.”
“I hope that one of the applicants is Cathy, who yesterday finished her GCSE exams so now has lots of free time (?).”
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