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registrant

 [rej´is-trant]
a nurse listed on the books of a registry as available for duty.

registrant

/reg·is·trant/ (rej´is-trant) a nurse listed on the books of a registry as available for duty.

registrant

(rej′ĭ-strănt) [L. registrare, to collect, pile up]
A nurse named on the books of a registry as being on call or available to be called for duty. The term usually refers to the status of a private-duty nurse.

registrant

a veterinarian listed on the register as available for consultation by virtue of registration.
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Urging registrants to respond to the survey, GOC chief executive and registrar, Samantha Peters, said: "It is important we listen to the views of registrants so that we can improve our performance and deliver a better service to registrants.
On May 17, 2017, the NANB Complaints Committee suspended the registration of registrant number 020245 pending the outcome of a hearing before the Review Committee.
This included workshops with different groups of service users and carers; focus groups and interviews with registrants and employers; and discussion with Fitness to Practise (FtP) Panel Chairs.
The registrant will fail the "legitimate interest" and "bad faith" tests if the primary economic motive was to profit, in some way, from the brand recognition or goodwill of another.
For each category of short-term borrowings identified, the registrant would be required to provide the following information on a tabular basis:
3) May or June and who file a Registrant Bar Application by the following October 15.
Two pre-conference webinars covering the LTI seminar topics will be held April 8 and 9 for registrants of the NLC Green Cities Conference.
Registrants for the Expo receive three days of admittance to the Expo, including the Wednesday Block Party.
TEI is concerned that such legislation and implementing regulations might adversely affect existing joint ventures, particularly in circumstances where a registrant has been provided with guidance from CRA which assents to the section 273 election--and thus the venture participants invoke the election--and the joint venture's activity does not end up being a prescribed activity under legislation later enacted.
Registrants are generally required to conduct acute toxicity tests on formulated products, but they traditionally conduct chronic toxicity tests on the active ingredient alone.