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wait-listed

adj
1. placed on a waiting list for a flight leaving an airport
2. (Education) placed on a waiting list for admission to a course or school
3. (Medicine) placed on a waiting list for an appointment or admission to hospital
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The Globe story pointed out that the estimated 53,000 students listed on waiting lists is a number reached by adding up all the students on every charter school's wait list. Since many families get on more than one school's wait list, the actual number of students seeking admission to a public charter school but not yet able to find a place is something lower than 53,000.
Arriving at a more accurate number could be achieved by simply combining the wait lists and eliminating duplicate entries, a process that could be carried out without revealing any personal data.
Lady Shri Ram ( LSR) College seems to have affected the pace of admissions in other colleges by bringing out a wait list along with its first cut- off list for English ( Honours).
The wait list, teachers said, could have made students hopeful of admission in LSR and had a ripple effect on other participating colleges, especially Miranda House, IP College and Kamala Nehru College.
Complete financial support was not to come, and the wait list was born.
In response to citizen demand and a potential lawsuit, 2001 saw the implementation of a plan named "Renewing the Vision" whose goal was to bring the wait list to a maximum of 90 days over a five-year period with incremental funding by the Legislature.
This is the difference between the posttransplant survival and wait list urgency measures.
"The goal is to reduce wait list deaths, to increase the transplant benefit to recipients, and finally to ensure efficient and equitable allocation."
The growing use of the wait list by many selective colleges is looking a good deal like this to us: a blatant effort to better the odds of increasing one institution's gain, to the disadvantage of its competitors.
One--Many students see a wait list as either a polite form of rejection, or a "teaser" from a second-choice school that does not recognize a student's talents or interest.
Sterling Properties, developers of award-winning rental residences, is now accepting names for a priority wait list for Wellsbrook, a new complex of garden-style apartments which will open shortly in the Monmouth County shore community of Neptune.
and Kallich, Wyant, and Krushat used the national OPTN wait list data to measure access (to cadaver transplant) in terms of median waiting time from the time a person enters the wait list until transplant Despite these differences in methods, all researchers find similar results with respect to race--black beneficiaries have less access to kidney transplantation than do white ESRD beneficiaries.