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apply within

1. noun A set phrase indicating that one can enter a particular business (such as a store) and submit an application for employment there. It typically appears on a sign posted on the door or window of the business. The sign outside says "apply within," so here I am! Can I have an application?
2. verb To enter a particular business (such as a store) and submit an application for employment there. If you're interested in working there, you can apply within.
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apply within

to ask about something [inside some place]. (Usually part of a sign or announcement posted outside a place.) The sign outside the office read, "Apply within." If you are interested in working here, please apply within.
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The technology applied within this project will also help to eliminate troublesome breakdowns which can be connected with winding leakage, insulation condition and other expected failures.
The finance minister is set to make a speech during a session in which he is set to offer the Egyptian reforms applied within the past two years, according to the statement.
Methods: Western philosophical analysis was applied within a critical literature review as a way to establish the conceptual characteristics of the complementary medicine field.
If salt is not applied within four hours of animal slaughter, the hide is wasted.
The director general of Kuwait's Environment Public Authority (EPA) Sheikh Abdullah Al Ahmad has praised the technology applied within the sewage treatment plant in Sulaibiyah plant, describing it as "distinctive and pioneering".
KUWAIT, July 17 (KUNA) -- Director General of the Environment Public Authority (EPA) Sheikh Abdullah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah praised here on Sunday the technology applied within the sewage treatment plant in Sulaibiyah plant, describing it as "distinctive and pioneering".
I am trying desperately hard to get a job and applied within retail, education and hospitals while I continue to train for the dream role that I wish to undertake in the future.
Dalrymple presents this book for the layperson on disturbing psychological research that questions the ability of any consistent morality to be applied within persons, between persons, or at the social level, as well as the equal tendency for psychological findings to be used as moral excuses.
In addition, the Fin Ray structures are made of food-compliant polyurethane, which means they can be applied within wash-down environments in the food industry.
Additionally, its widespread global distribution network dramatically speeds up the custom order process so that they can now be delivered and applied within only a few days.
The survey also found that 72% of the Welsh population felt positive about foster carers and the work that they do and 28% said they thought they were very or fairly likely to be accepted as foster carers if they applied within the next two years.
According to this directive, such solutions may include, for example, a reduction in the interest rate, a grace period, lengthening of the repayment period, consolidating various loans into one, even partial debt forgiveness, the CBC added, explaining that "the latter option can be applied within a broader framework of settlement, if all other solutions of restructuring are judged as unsustainable and provided that the borrower agreed to repay a reduced amount of the balance of the loan within an early and specified time period".
Major General Khalil Dawood Badran, Director General of Finance and Services at the Abu Dhabi Police, noted that the Abu Dhabi Police GHQ is working on applying the Oracle Systems program for institutional resource planning in its organizational units where the financial, procurement, warehouses, contracts, engineering projects, transportation, and smart systems have been applied within the integrated systems package.
This collection of over two dozen individually authored chapters introduces key historical roots Critical Race Theory (CRT) and how it can be applied within education and education research to illuminate issues of race and racism.
These rules, adopted during tense discussions, are still being challenged by certain suppliers, such as Gazprom, and remain poorly applied within the EU, as highlighted by a recent report published by the Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER)(1).
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