solicitant


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solicitant

(səˈlɪsɪtənt)
n
a solicitor
adj
relating to a solicitation or request
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Pheasant (1998) identified two types of persons in danger of a lumbar disk hernia diagnosis: those having a physical solicitant profession and those having a sedentary one.
Lastly, when analyzing Article 137 of the Decision 486, (8) the SIC concludes that if the registration ever took place, it would have facilitated or consolidated an act of unfair competition as the sign was being employed on their products and complementary elements (napkins/boxes/web page), hence, the solicitant had always been aware of the existence and magnitude of the DUNKIN DONUT's mark in the territory, which evidences the applicant's lack of good faith.
We have just alluded to Tagore's "we are not beggars" (meaning "we are not poor both materially and spiritually, and would not become solicitant towards the Western civilization") and "We cannot borrow the Western mind nor the Western temperament.
In aceasta criza a religiozitatii secularizate in sistemele de drept european, Europa politicului nu poate fi separata de Europa spiritului, constructia europeana propunandu-si, in virtutea vechiului adaugiu scolastic "distingere per unire" sau "ex pluribus unum", ca in contextul solicitant si provocator al inceputului celui de-al treilea mileniu al istoriei crestine, sa contribuie la edificarea unei noi viziuni democratice si solidare.
The delay may have stemmed from the Mesa wanting evidence of more service from the solicitant.