Enroller


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En`roll´er


n.1.One who enrolls or registers.
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As for the hotel's loyalty programme, by advising every guest checking in of the programme personally, Adel came out on top as the highest enroller for the hotel in 2016, contributing to nearly 50% growth in revenue of loyalty programme enrollment revenue.
The company is a top enroller and one of the premier industry leaders in psychiatry, neurology and pain.
Little work has been carried out to date on Scottish conceptual metaphors, but as Anderson demonstrates, many of the technological resources developed at Glasgow University--notably SCOTS, the Enroller project (discussed below), and the Historical Thesaurus of English (HTE)--open up new possibilities for synchronic and diachronic study.
program for the Semester Autumn, 2013 and placed the results of all the enroller students at its website www.
CCD is recognized in the industry as a high quality researcher and successful enroller for psychiatric trials.
William Muir, trainer of Enroller "There were excuses last time as he scoped dirty after finishing second at Worcester, but he seems fine now.
40) in the two-mile handicap chase, while ENROLLER (4.
ENROLLER (Willie Muir) THE six-year-old was a smart performer before injury, winning a Group Three and competing at a high level.
Enrollment reports to help agents manage enrollment, monitor participation and supervise enroller activities.
Mourilyan, who acquitted himself well in Dubai before returning to Gary Moore, looks a danger, along with Enroller.
DDF is famous for providing class products at value prices, and Lambourn trainer William Muir is adamant that Enroller, 12-1 winner of the Dubai Tennis Championships Stakes, was a fitting winner of both this prestigious Group 3 race which is still registered as the John Porter Stakes.
They are influenced by different factors than the buyers of years past, perhaps because they now share more of the cost of their benefits and are skeptical of recommendations--whether given by an enroller, their employer, or a co-worker.