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- n. A person who is enrolled, as in a school.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. one who is enrolled, especially a learner who enrolls in (or is enrolled in) a class or course of study.
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- n. a person who enrolls in (or is enrolled in) a class or course of study
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Freshman Tyler Bray, a mid-term enrollee, was far more effective, hitting 18 of 40 throws for 200 yards and a touchdown.
He was an early mid term enrollee who recently graduated prep school in December.
Christensen, a midterm enrollee, was 3-1 entering last night's dual against Ohio State.
Today provides an opportunity for the masses of Vol Nation to see how a lightly recruited mid-term enrollee carved out certain playing time at defensive tackle this fall.
The amount would increase as the enrollee aged and with the rise in the Consumer Price Index.
Some doctors, faced with the prospect of literally losing money on every enrollee they treat, have simply stopped participating in the program at all.
The "voucher" would be based on Medicare's 2012 cost per enrollee, increased by the general rate of inflation plus 1% every year.
Brandon Willis, an early enrollee from Duncan, S.C., could give immediate help up front on defense, and Giovanni Bernard, a running back out of Davie, Fla., looks to give the position a big boost, if not in 2010 then in following years.
QB Nathan Scheelhaase — He started spring ball in a dead heat with sophomore Jacob Charest and early enrollee Chandler Whitmer, but this redshirt freshman from Kansas City seized control of the competition for three reasons: He has the best mobility, the best leadership skills and made the most plays.
Jack Denton, an early enrollee who graduated from high school in December, entered spring practice as a linebacker, but he has been moved to tight end. —