admittee

admittee

(ˌædmɪˈtiː)
n
formal a person who has been (or will be) admitted
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In pursuit of a documentary subject that might propel her from college hopeful to film school admittee at UCLA, Sara has focused her ambitions on a singularly ubiquitous tag WH2RR?
The elevation of the new admittee process to an online application will allow for an expedited and more proficient experience.
115) Bar admissions criteria consider mental health, allowing for the refusal of a prospective admittee on the basis of a PTSD diagnosis or adverse reaction to a history of trauma.
Instead of doing that, he decided to research whether anyone had developed a program that would allow him to utilize the services of a new Bar admittee, while providing the new lawyer with some experience in the process.
At the UO, our state's flagship public university, the average freshman admittee performed only slightly above average in high school and earned mediocre SAT scores.
2d 983 at 989 ("requiring a nursing-home admittee to sign an arbitration agreement is not charging an additional fee or other consideration as a requirement to admittance"); Gainesville Health Care Ctr.
IN FEDERAL PROSECUTION FOR LYING ON REFUGEE FORMS, SEVENTH CIRCUIT AFFIRMS TRIAL COURT'S DISCRETIONARY REFUSAL OF AFRICAN ADMITTEE TO HAVE GOVERNMENT PAY FOR TAKING DEPOSITIONS OF VARIOUS PERSONS IN UNCERTAIN AFRICAN LOCATIONS WHO ALLEGEDLY COULD SUPPORT DEFENDANT'S DENIAL OF INVOLVEMENT WITH BLACK-LISTED ARMED GROUPS.
Though they certainly know otherwise, each new ER admittee feels like this is the first and only emergency of the day.
Connerly exposed a system under which the University of California at San Diego Medical School made race such a significant factor that the average affirmative action admittee had scores on the Medical College Admissions Test in the lowest one percent when compared with admitted Asian and white students.
It began as an innocuous day in the life of a 1981 admittee of the Nevada State Bar who had been a counselor for less than 30 days.
Why hadn't she, a valedictorian and supposed automatic admittee, received one, too?