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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 EU regulation, published in the Official Journal of the European Union on Thursday, applies within the territory of the EU, including its airspace.
This applies within the categories: Small car, up to 3 passengers, Large car, 4 or more passengers, Large car, 4 or more passengers with the option of a wheelchair (not foldable).
The Spaniard was banned by Italy's Olympic Committee (CONI) last month but the punishment only applies within their borders.
The leaflet also states that the concession only applies within England.
Replying to MEP Daniel Cohn-Bendit (Greens, France), who was underlining the existence of similar blacklists drawn up by the Council of the European Union and was concerned by their lack of transparency, Dick Marty specified that "the UN blacklist, whose democratic legitimacy is extremely limited because the members of the Security Council have not been elected, is even greater and also applies within the European Union".
English top-flight clubs are prohibited from owning shares in or making loans to other clubs but the rule only applies within England.
381 (a) applies within the proposed year of change.
The question hardly applies within Manet's Dejeuner, where the buttoned-up males show not the slightest interest in their nude partners.
In fact, it is just the beginning of a legal process to clarify how Missouri law truly applies within the context of a dramatically changing health care industry.