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  • noun Plural form of rejectee.

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Examples

  • According to [Professor John] Cawley, the number one reason that potential recruits are rejected from the armed forces is because they are obese -- making up 23 percent of rejected applications -- while the second highest reason, marijuana use, constitutes 12 percent of rejectees.

    Americans Getting Too Fat To Serve In The Military: Cornell Study

  • According to [Professor John] Cawley, the number one reason that potential recruits are rejected from the armed forces is because they are obese -- making up 23 percent of rejected applications -- while the second highest reason, marijuana use, constitutes 12 percent of rejectees.

    Americans Getting Too Fat To Serve In The Military: Cornell Study

  • According to [Professor John] Cawley, the number one reason that potential recruits are rejected from the armed forces is because they are obese -- making up 23 percent of rejected applications -- while the second highest reason, marijuana use, constitutes 12 percent of rejectees.

    Americans Getting Too Fat To Serve In The Military: Cornell Study

  • Even though I never set foot in the offices of Great Expectations ever again, it continued to haunt me in the form of letters from rejectees asking me to please reconsider going out with them.

    You’ll Never Blue Ball in This Town Again

  • According to Professor John Cawley, the number one reason that potential recruits are rejected from the armed forces is because they are obese -- making up 23 percent of rejected applications -- while the second highest reason, marijuana use, constitutes 12 percent of rejectees.

    Americans Getting Too Fat To Serve In The Military: Cornell Study

  • Anyway, one of those frequent rejectees (one of the good ones, not one of those others) has now linked me as an lj friend.

    Things Come Around In Strange Circles

  • They are the isolates, the rejectees, and the anomic.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • The antitheses of leaders are not followers, but alienated, apathetic isolates and rejectees.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • Editors who reject articles are kept anonymous, to protect them from angry, abusive rejectees -- something we decided on after losing a few editors who didn't want to put up with the abuse.

    Printing: Freedom of Speech vs Article Rejection

  • Editors who reject articles are kept anonymous, to protect them from angry, abusive rejectees -- something we decided on after losing a few editors who didn't want to put up with the abuse.

    Freedom of Speech vs Article Rejection

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