Waiting List

  • (noun): A roster of those waiting to obtain something.

Some articles on waiting list, waiting:

Stargate School - Admission
... There has been a waiting list for seats in the classes ... The waiting list is sorted by factors including Whether the applicant has a sibling enrolled, Whether the applicant is a child of a qualified Stargate employee, Whether the applicant lives within the School District ... The waiting list was sorted within these priority groups by the date of application submission ...
Louis Vuitton Pacific Series - Confirmed Teams - Withdrawn Teams
... teams were scheduled to participate or were on the waiting list but did not take part in the event ... Team Notes Italy Italia Francesco De Angelis Originally on Waiting List - Were contacted to see if they could make the event ...
Socialized Medicine - Examples - United Kingdom - Waiting Times
... RTT is often referred to in the press and in politics as "waiting time" but much of the time is dedicated to necessary intermediate steps before treatment can begin ... treatment (if appropriate) or the patient prioritized to a waiting list (if there is waiting list for that procedure - only about one third of hospital admissions are from a waiting list) ... in some hospital may have been holding back placing patients in true need onto the waiting list, or delaying doing so by calling for more tests, thus making the wait times shorter than they really were ...

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