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registrant

An individual or organization that signs up (registers) for a training class or service. See domain name registrar.
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We erased 10 registrants from our registers, out of around 28,000, which is a real endorsement of the level of skill and professionalism in optics.
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.
ON SEPTEMBER 22, 2009, the NANB complaints committee suspended the registration of registrant number 025198, pending the outcome of a hearing before the review committee.
The two bonus pre-conference webinars "'Innovative Ideas from the Top Sustainable Cities" and "Sustainable Cities and the Transportation Riddle" are being offered as a special educational opportunity for registrants of the 2009 NLC Green Cities Conference.
All registrants will receive an identification badge providing admittance to all ICE events.
Both the UDRP and ACPA permit trademark holders to pursue recourse against cyberpirates without knowing their true identity, and in both the use of false registrant information will serve as evidence--which, however, is refutable--of the registrant's bad faith.
For example, domain name registrants inadvertently fail to renew registrations due to a clerical mistake or because a renewal notice is overlooked or not received, the latter usually being because the registrant did not keep its contact details up to date.
About 30% of the registrants included in the mathematical/physical science category belong to chemistry- related fields.
However, the SEC states that the rules, in fact, permit the flexibility to tailor the presentation to suit the company's business, and the SEC encourages registrants to develop a presentation method that is clear, understandable and appropriately reflects the categories of obligations that are meaningful in light of the registrant's capital structure and business.
The registrant was judged to be of some risk to the public and children and his behaviour could, therefore, cause direct or indirect patient harm.