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  • noun Plural form of reapplication.

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Examples

  • Intel also reapplied for H-1Bs for some workers who missed out on the H-1B cap the prior year and got more of those reapplications approved, she says.

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  • With 81% of scientists applying to the NIH failing to get funding each year, that means many, many burdensome reapplications -- taking time and money away from doing actual science.

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  • With 81% of scientists applying to the NIH failing to get funding each year, that means many, many burdensome reapplications -- taking time and money away from doing actual science.

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  • The EDT is true to the parfum, but requires many reapplications.

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  • TANCREDO: There have been over 800,000 H1-B visas, and reapplications.

    CNN Transcript Sep 24, 2003

  • Tension between nurses who returned to work earlier and those who had recently come back pending approval of their reapplications had been reported at Holy Cross hospital in Flagstaff.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Reports on public service reapplications incorrect: minister

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Cape may rise to R100 million as new claims and reapplications stream in after 18 months without useful rain. business ties and agreed to jointly work to reform the UN Security Council.

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  • With a lot of reapplications the chocoalte milk stain was gone.

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  • Self-healing coatings would prevent cars, ships, and bridges from rusting without the need for frequent reapplications.

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