listee

listee

(lɪstˈiː)
n
any person on a list, esp a mailing list

list•ee

(lɪsˈti)

n.
one that is included in a list or directory.
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The average age of the original 1982 Forbes listee was 62.
Suivant cette logique, Int-B aurait abdique sa citoyennete japonaise pour devenir une Coreenne listee sous le nom de famille d'Int-A au registre familial coreen.
The youngest Eugene listee is ecologist Kathryn Docherty, born in 1979; the oldest is educational psychology educator Fred Nichols, born in 1910.
Ms Martin, who lives with her children Briony, aged 14, Stevie, aged 11, and three-year-old twins Listee and Logan, said: "I phoned Whitefriars but they said it was probably from using the cooker.
Another listee describes the attitude of a mother dog, "It's wonderful to watch her train her deaf puppy, using her nose or her tongue."
Best has conducted research and gathered information from insurance companies to determine potential listees. Once a firm has been selected as a potential listee, the firm is contacted once a year and asked to submit an application to A.M.
* Empower each AAC to invite the submission of three-year; guaranteed-maximum-price audit bids from two prequalified audit firms, with a related work plan, for each listee's first audit.
Giles, on 68 from 87 balls, eventually missed Andrew Symonds in-ducker but Troughton passed 100 from 209 balls and celebrated by hoisting fellow Academy listee James Tredwell for six over long-off.
The sole listee from the Philippines this year is DandL Industries, producer of food ingredients, plastics and chemicals.
Another China listee Shanghai RAAS Blood Products, which runs blood banks and offers blood products, commands a market value of $14.2 billion on sales of $214 million.
But the Alternative Investment market saw 19 listees experiencing a shares prices slump with only six being positive and two that were unchanged.