enrol enrol


  • (v) register formally as a participant or member



  • They refused to help the Guild enrol members.


  1. 30 promising companies have been selected to compete for the LT Innovate Award 2013

    The selection committee of the LT Innovate Summit 2013, taking place in Brussels, has announced its final decision. 30 companies have been selected to present their innovative products and solutions at the LT Showcasing Presentation Sessions and make chance of the LT Innovate Award 2013. For participating the event as a guest please enrol at the event website before 24 June 2013. (PRWeb June 28 ...
    on June 28, 2013     Source: PRWeb

  2. Take the Road to Wimbledon at Oxshott Tennis Camps

    OXSHOTT, England, June 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- If you've got a potential Wimbledon finalist in your household, why not enrol them at Surrey's best tennis camps this summer holidays? Oxshott Tennis Camps, ...
    on June 27, 2013     Source: PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance


  1. "They don't have any friends," Jackson told Britain's Mail on Sunday newspaper. "They don't go to school; they have private lessons at home, but that will change in September when they are due to enrol at private college."
    on Jun 25, 2010 By: Michael Jackson Source: Courier Mail

  2. "We would be foolish not to allow Americans to voluntarily enrol in a program to allow (licences) for driving to Canada" said Coleman. "The Washington state project ...... should be tested and applied nationwide, sooner rather than later."
    on May 23, 2007 By: Norm Coleman Source: CTV.ca

  3. "My dad grew up in Western Australia, and didn't know much about league or union, so it was a no-brainer for him : enrol the kids into AFL," Bolton said. "I enjoyed it and I played it all through my youth but growing up I went to a rugby...
    on Jul 25, 2008 By: Craig Bolton Source: The Canberra Times

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animosity animosity
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