a person who for or requests something; a candidate:
an applicant for a position.
If the visa is rejected without explanation, the applicant is on the list.
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But the agency is obligated under the law to inquire about an applicant’s activities.
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How does the applicant compare to a sibling that we took/didn’t take?
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Teach for America has seen its applicant pool rise by 50 percent over 2007 and the Peace Corps is up 16 percent.
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That happened last year to Cody Slaughter, a 22-year-old applicant from Somerton, Ariz.
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Upon filing such application the applicant shall pay to the Minister of the Interior a fee of five dollars.
Patent Laws of the Republic of Hawaii Hawaii
Who is going to say whether an applicant is competent to pilot a balloon or airship?
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They don’t give any applicant all he can eat, but they try to make the supply go ’round, giving each one a little.
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I bade the applicant enter in peace: and Margaret presented herself.
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The old lady was telling her son, a young man, that an applicant for the situation of help in the yard, was sleeping above.
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a person who applies, as for a job, grant, support, etc; candidate
“one who applies,” late 15c., from Latin applicantem (nominative applicans), present participle of applicare (see apply).
the act of putting to a special use or purpose: the application of common sense to a problem. the special use or purpose to which something is put: a technology having numerous applications never thought of by its inventors. the quality of being usable for a particular purpose or in a special way; relevance: This […]
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