- n. Plural form of enrollee.
“Compelling Medicare providers to also accept enrollees from the new public option would ensure a large provider base.”
“It's called a trusted traveler program because we place a significant amount of trust in enrollees to continue complying with all customs, agriculture and immigration laws," said Christopher Hess, CBP Port Director for the Port of Washington.”
“Yeah, so first Lane Kiffin and Ed Orgeron tried to swipe our mid-term enrollees and haul them off to USC.”
“The Vols signed 25 players, including eight mid-term enrollees who are already in class.”
“The athletic director began his search Tuesday afternoon after officially learning Kiffin would be leaving and continued his search after meeting with the program's eight mid-term enrollees and media Wednesday morning.”
“But forget about all of those who might come to Tennessee, relish in the fact that eight have come: JuCo QB Matt Simms, and high school mid-term enrollees”
“Our first priority was getting some coaches in to help us hit the road recruiting, and of course putting all our energy into those eight mid-term enrollees, which was a fragile state as well.”
“Hamilton reaffirmed that UT officials have no intention of releasing the Vols 'eight mid-term enrollees to play elsewhere without sitting out a season of competition, per NCAA rules.”
“The good news is they're (mid-term enrollees) all back.”
“Thus the University of Michigan Law School’s record of graduating its enrollees is pretty good, no matter the race of the enrollee.”
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