- n. Plural form of application.
“The report also suggests that there is rise in applications filed by students from China and Middle East.”
“A recent Hays Education survey has shown that more than a fifth of teachers believe the increase in teaching applications is positive, because the so-called ‘credit crunch teachers’ are bringing new skills and experience with them ..”
“The concept of web-based applications is great in a Utopian society where everyone has easy/fast access to data.”
“Already, colleges are experiencing a sharp increase in applications and enrollment among veterans, and the numbers will continue to rise as more returning service members take advantage of the new G.I. Bill to fund their education.”
“Reducing these costs by creating options for deploying applications is the spirit motivating the move toward cloud computing.”
“Along with an upswing in applications, such as Skype, to make calls, companies not known as telecoms are encroaching on the space once the sole domain of carriers.”
“Our philosophy has been the broadband is a platform of innovation and thus there will emerge new applications from the proliferation of fat pipes - whether they are wired or wireless.”
“Cisco has made it very clear that applications is where the company is heading.”
“A simple reason to oppose the use of credit history for job applications is the sheer, profound absurdity of the practice," said Chi Chi Wu, a staff attorney at the National Consumer Law Center.”
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