The application for marriage when at least one person is a state resident is $18.
But as fall application deadlines loom, one relatively simple strategy remains on the table.
For the State of Palestine, as UNESCO recognizes it, the application for the church was a trial run.
As of Tuesday, 67,000 application submissions and 150,000 school form submissions in a single day.
This point has merit, but quickly begins to strain after the application of any sort of pressure.
Could he stand work at all, not only in a physical sense, but in application of mind?
The application of the name up-rooter to a lawless mercenary is not unnatural.
By dint of application, he began to make himself useful; he earned very little, but he hoped to become more skilful in time.
He was not a devotee of discipline, in its application to himself.
On the application of fire to the whole, this composition turns black, leaving the design strongly outlined.
early 15c., "the bringing of something to bear on something else," from Old French aplicacion (14c.), from Latin applicationem (nominative applicatio) "a joining to, an attaching oneself to," noun of action from past participle stem of applicare (see apply). Meaning "sincere hard effort" is from c.1600. Meaning "a formal request to be hired for a job or paid position" is by 1851.