wait-listed

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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New Delhi: Railway passengers holding wait-listed e-tickets can now breathe a sigh of relief as the Supreme court has recently ruled that they may be allowed to board the train in-case passengers holding confirmed berths do not take the train journey.
The SC order comes following appeal filed by the Railways against a judgment that directed the Rail ministry to not do discrimination between wait-listed passengers holding physical ticket and those holding e-tickets.
Erstwhile, only physical ticket holders of the wait-listed category were allowed to board the train and wait for their turn for confirmed birth on 'no-show' of confirmed ticket holders.
These findings suggest that mortality among wait-listed patients "is not simply a result of not having the opportunity for transplantation, as many of us assume.
liver transplant candidates aged 18 years and older who were wait-listed between 2005 and 2010.
The investigators suggested that to cut down on refusals, the transplant community should "reduce the stigma associated with non-ideal livers, and set realistic expectations for wait-listed candidates."
Meanwhile, there are an estimated 125,000 students who are wait-listed for enrollment in schools of nursing!
We are specifically targeting the wait-listed students at other nursing schools.
Alan Leichtman, co-director of the University of Michigan Transplant Center, looked into whether insurance type affected how fast wait-listed patients received transplants.
In one case this past year, a wait-listed student tow us that he had received a letter from a selective university informing him that because of significant space limitations and a strong yield, the university would not be admitting students from the 2003 fall term waiting list.
It's happening again this year--only more frequently: Qualified college applicants keep finding themselves wait-listed.
The irony is that students with outstanding grades and high test scores can be wait-listed by colleges that actually do appeal to them.