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licence holder

A named person under the Human Tissue Act 2004 (UK) who is a suitable person, by which the Act means a party (either an individual—e.g., Chief Executive—or a corporate body—e.g., an NHS Trust) involved in some managerial capacity in the establishment concerned (premises where the licensed activity is to take place), rather than someone who is entirely remote from it. The licence holder is often also the so-called designated individual under the HTA 2004.
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The DFA said the new system will also encourage passport applicants to show up on their scheduled appointments as the fees paid through the payment centers are not refundable.
The applicant may also get his/her degrees attested through courier service.
The applicant companies shall be shortlisted as per the above criteria as per provisions of Pemra laws on the basis of the documents/information provided by them.
In some member states, a large proportion of the applicants came from a single country.
(applicant) refused to answer questions relevant to our investigation.
Particularly in Japan, where a large majority of applicants are company-sponsored, candidates often face enormous pressure from their companies to get into a top-tiered MBA program.
When his daughter was receiving search mailings, Washington Post reporter Jay Mathews observed that students may feel "courted, then dumped" by colleges that pursue applicants initially, then turn them down later.
Applicants must justify the need for this award and provide a convincing case that the proposed period of support will substantially enhance their careers as independent investigators in their chosen area of research.
Again, gauging what is of value to your applicants will be an important part of determining compensation.
An employer may not make verbal or written inquiries regarding the medical history or disability of an applicant before extending a job offer.
* Fourth-generation artificially intelligent underwriting requires only a name and one identifying piece of information from an agent or an applicant.