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shortlist

noun A list of the candidates from the pool of applicants who are to be invited for an interview.
 
verb To place a candidate for a post or job on the (short) list of candidates to be invited for an interview.
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We're taking a more human approach to movie discovery for viewers who want to escape the search spiral and find a great movie fast," said Jeff Bronikowski, President of Tribeca Shortlist.
If there is to be an all-women shortlist, then this should only be because the local party wants it and is able to shortlist those sisters who have solid track records of working for the party and Labour movement.
Using Wapple's award winning platform, Architect, Shortlist media will be taking a clean slate approach, providing a bespoke customized experience tailored to its professional urban consumers.
Manchester United's Wayne Rooney has failed to make the 10-player shortlist, as has David Beckham, Liverpool's Steven Gerrard, and Chelsea duo Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba.
Former Birmingham city councillor Mike Olley, has been campaigning for the Police Commissioner job for more than a year, but has been left off the shortlist.
The first novel award shortlist is: Rachel Heath for The Finest Type of English Womanhood; Peter Murphy for John the Revelator; Raphael Selbourne for Beauty; and Ali Shaw for The Girl with Glass Feet.
But he praised his constituency members who made the "pragmatic and honest" decision to reluctantly accept the shortlist in order to speed up the selection process.
John Smith I am one of the many Labour Party members who are opposed to the imposition of all-women shortlists.
I don't agree with all-women shortlists but I would love to see more women in Parliament.
We have competed against some of the other practices on the shortlist and you are always at a slight disadvantage if you don't have a certain reputation behind you.
These shortlists were drawn up by panels of experts from across the fmcg and retail worlds led by Rita Clifton, chair of Interbrand, Roger Peddar, chairman of C&J Clarke, P&G logistics director Chris Poole, and John Ballington of Unilever UK Home & Personal Care.
Having the shortlist of vendors provides the potential acquisition target.