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  • noun Plural form of aspirant.

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Examples

  • ISTANBUL: Luck and form combined as Indian Grandmaster Koneru Humpy won her final round match and saw other title aspirants dropping down to facilitate her triumph in the first edition of IS Bank Ataturk Women Grand Prix chess tournament.

    The Times Of India Sports

  • Based on calculations from data supplied by OpenSecrets. org, from Federal Election Commission data released on October 19th, Obama himself has collected 25.1% of the money given by Hedge Fundsin the Presidential race, and the combined take by the three top Democratic Presidential aspirants is 58.4% of the total pool.

    VDARE.com: Blog Articles » Print » Hedge Funds support Obama: Why?

  • Based on calculations from data supplied by OpenSecrets. org, from Federal Election Commission data released on October 19th, Obama himself has collected 25.1% of the money given by Hedge Fundsin the Presidential race, and the combined take by the three top Democratic Presidential aspirants is 58.4% of the total pool.

    Refugee entrepreneur creates jobs for Americans (not).

  • Juventus went from title aspirants to barely scraping a Europa League place.

    Serie A 2010-11 season preview

  • Based on calculations from data supplied by OpenSecrets. org, from Federal Election Commission data released on October 19th, Obama himself has collected 25.1% of the money given by Hedge Fundsin the Presidential race, and the combined take by the three top Democratic Presidential aspirants is 58.4% of the total pool.

    Hedge Funds support Obama: Why?

  • The idea that someone would create a school to train aspirants in hand-to-hand political combat may sound farfetched — but not in Washington.

    J-School for Jerks

  • The idea that someone would create a school to train aspirants in hand-to-hand political combat may sound farfetched — but not in Washington.

    J-School for Jerks

  • The idea that someone would create a school to train aspirants in hand-to-hand political combat may sound farfetched — but not in Washington.

    J-School for Jerks

  • NVN, to train aspirants at an undetermined basic training camp.

    DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE REPORT

  • NVN, to train aspirants at an undetermined basic training camp.

    DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE REPORT

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