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enroll

verb To register or enter a subject in a clinical trial, at which time the study protocol is applied to the subject.

enroll

, enrol (en-rōl′)
To register or be registered as a participant in a clinical trial, course of study, or insurance plan.
enrollee (-rō-lē′) enroller (-rōl′ĕr) enrollment (-rōl′mĕnt)
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The survey found that students from low income families who immediately enrolled in post-secondary education actively mastered several critical skills and competencies to a greater degree than their counterparts who did not enroll the fall after high school graduation.
sections]500 and Treasury Department Circular 230, Regulations Governing the Practice of Attorneys, Certified Public Accountants, Enrolled Agents, Enrolled Actuaries and Appraisers Before the Internal Revenue Service (hereinafter, "Circular 230").
More than 4,000 out of nearly 73,000 high school students in the district have enrolled in online courses offered by Broward Virtual Education a franchise of Florida Virtual School.
Taxpayers in California who seek professional assistance with their tax planning needs can locate Enrolled Agents in their area by calling toll-free 800-TAXPRO-5 or online at http://www.
Participants from both settings were enrolled in a quantitative-based research methodology course.
The IRS is anxious for enrolled employers to begin using and benefiting from EFTPS.
The NCI squad reviewed 80 charts for patients enrolled in NSABP studies between 1971 and 1994 and failed to find sufficient documentation to confirm eligibility in about half the cases.
State law requires anyone who prepares tax returns for a fee to be either an Enrolled Agent, an attorney, a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or a tax preparer registered with the California Tax Education Council (CTEC).
In spring 2003, about 207,500 people age 50 and older were enrolled in classes at community colleges.
Stephanie Trimboli, who is enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
For too long, Enrolled Nurses have been content to wait to be informed about what is happening.