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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.
See also: apply, within
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

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.
See also: apply, within
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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But it found that "very few" domestic and small business customers claim the payments, due to a mixture of not realising they qualified for compensation, forgetting to claim, or not applying within the threemonth time limit.
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"The laser cladding work that Dr Longfield has developed and is applying within the steel industry in South Wales will undoubtedly yield notable commercial success", said Stephen George, works manager, mills and finishing.
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Nestle, the manufacturer of the Polo-mint, and Ralph Lauren, the owner of polo.com, competed for the polo.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.
We present the results relative to an estimated baseline probability of applying within each of the three time horizons.
The first row of Table 4 shows the estimated probability of applying within the three different time horizons using the mean characteristics of the sample.
In the SDW sample, we estimate that the percentage of men applying within the first five years following the onset of a work-limiting condition would decline from 48.4 percent to 35.5 percent - a 27 percent reduction-if employers provided accommodation at the onset of a work-limiting condition.