Definition of invitee
: an invited person
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Sandstrom had a nice save on undrafted invitee Ivan Kosorenkov, who earlier had blazed a one-timer over the Swede’s shoulder.
Close Pence advisers who are involved in America First Policies and America First Action help select the guest list, and many of the invitees happened to help raise millions for the Trump campaign.
Participants slated to appear in practices and a scrimmage (both open to the public) include all 11 selections from this year’s draft, along with numerous recent draft picks and a number of invitees.
When the list of 2016 invitations were announced, 36 of those on our list were part of the 683 invitees from 59 countries — the most diverse class to date.
Read the Academy’s full list of 2017 invitees, per Deadline, below.
Teams watched practice, met with players on the field and were given tours of the Dolphins’ training facility in Davie. The Dolphins’ Twitter account posted videos of players chatting one-on-one with some of their high school invitees.
Bane, one of 25 invitees to the training camp that began Sunday in Colorado Springs, Colo., was one of seven players released Tuesday by U.S. coach John Calipari.
The White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company Color Guard will present the flag for the Pledge of Allegiance by the Maryland Air National Guard invitee.
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Legal Definition of invitee
: an invited person; specifically : a person (as a customer) who is present in a place by the express or implied invitation of the occupier in control of the place under circumstances that impose a duty on the occupier to use reasonable care to protect the safety of the invited person — compare licensee, trespasser
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