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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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At the time of writing it has just been announced that article 50 will be triggered on 29 March but that step won't affect the law applying within the UK.
They can get up to Au4,000 for installing solid wall insulation, up to Au1,000 for installing two measures from a sanctioned list, up to Au100 refunded for their Green Deal Assessment and up to Au500 if applying within a year of purchasing a new home.
This reduction follows the 2012 decrease in fee by EeAu5 for all UK citizens applying within the UK.
6 percent in interest on your variable-rate loans by applying within six months of your graduation.
eu domain alongside Volkswagen, with all three companies applying within five minutes of each other.
By applying within twin techniques using a unique dataset from Norway, we examine both short-run and long-run outcomes for the same cohorts.