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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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The same campaign was shortlisted in the Use of Integrated and Design/Brands categories.
Amongst other names in the shortlist are regional and global branding houses among other leading regional players.
The 2016 shortlist is revealed this morning ahead of the glittering award ceremony next month at Bangor University, joint headline sponsors of the awards with the Welsh Government.
Welsh Upcycle Item of the Year There are three items that have been shortlisted and given a new lease of life by these upcycling heros, but which is the best?
In addition, the GBP10,000 James Tait Black fiction prize shortlist of four titles includes Beatlebone by Kevin Barry, a fictionalised version of John Lennon's journey to an Irish island; The Wolf Border by Sarah Hall, a look at an attempt to reintroduce grey wolves to the UK; The First Bad Man, a debut novel by screenwriter Miranda July; and Benjamin Markovits's You Don't Have to Live Like This.
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.Chris Youett, Spencer Avenue, Earlsdon.
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.
SENIOR Labour MP Kim Howells is locked in a battle with the party's deputy leader Harriet Harman to ensure his successor is not chosen from an all-women shortlist, the Western Mail can reveal.
In 1997 the Labour Party introduced women-only shortlists and we returned three women to Parliament.
Kate Bennett, the commission's Wales director, said, 'The number of women MPs elected from Wales has doubled - largely thanks to women-only shortlists. This is a powerful example of the need for positive action and clear evidence of the impact it can have.
Her seat will be joined, in order of winnability, by Llanelli, Monmouth, Brecon and Radnor, Ceredigion and Montgomery in using all-women shortlists.