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UNIVERSITY. The name given to certain societies or corporations which are seminaries of learning where youth are sent to finish their education. Among the civilians by this term is understood a corporation.

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Tata Motors has designed the 4-year standard warranty based on the lifecycle cost study of over 15 lakh Tata trucks & tippers operating all over the country, in varied terrain and loading conditions.
5b letter of credit sublimit that existed in the previous 4-Year facility.
A 4-year, 3,253 s/f lease at 516 West 25th Street for Black Frame.
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While access to on-campus mental health services may seem less important in nonresidential colleges than in residential ones, students attending community colleges often face mental and emotional challenges equivalent to those faced by students in traditional 4-year colleges, and may be even less able to cope with them without professional assistance.
DENVER -- Unintended pregnancies are threefold more frequent among unmarried sexually active female college students at 2-year as opposed to 4-year institutions.
The executive committee of VMRO-DPMNE decided late last night not to accept the proposal of the opposition for holding early parliamentary elections, because, as they stress, at the moment there are no objective reasons for terminating the 4-year term entrusted by the citizens for implementation of the pledged projects of VMRO-DPMNE's election program, MIA reports Thursday.
Eighty percent of academy alumni continue their education at a 2- or 4-year college; 52 percent complete a 4-year college degree.
More than 80% of the students who graduate from Montgomery College transfer to 4-year universities.
Kallivayalil and her collaborators accurately discerned that motion by comparing the changing positions of the two galaxies over a 4-year interval with the location of distant quasars that lie behind the clouds and provide fixed points of reference.
Educational attainment was mixed: 37% reported having completed at least a 4-year undergraduate degree, and 63% had completed <4-year degree.