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In a few hours the examination would commence, and he was still in the dilemma between making the facts public and allowing the culprit to compete for the valuable scholarship.
I'll win that scholarship if hard work can do it," she resolved.
Oh, that reminds me," said Josie, "Queen's is to get one of the Avery scholarships after all.
A wealthy manufacturer of New Brunswick had died and left part of his fortune to endow a large number of scholarships to be distributed among the various high schools and academies of the Maritime Provinces, according to their respective standings.
Maybe you didn't shine in scholarship, but at least you gleaned a vocabulary out of Oxford.
The scholarship of our day agrees with the opinion of their contemporaries in assigning to Beaumont the greater share of judgment and intellectual power and to Fletcher the greater share of spontaneity and fancy.
Of this famous house, some of the greatest noblemen, prelates, and dignitaries in England are governors: and as the boys are very comfortably lodged, fed, and educated, and subsequently inducted to good scholarships at the University and livings in the Church, many little gentlemen are devoted to the ecclesiastical profession from their tenderest years, and there is considerable emulation to procure nominations for the foundation.
Wilson SL 1999 Scholarship and research of allied health deans and directors.
Here's how financial aid officers can help advancement staff make their fundraising case--and avoid pitfalls in establishing endowed scholarship programs.
This was the fourth year for the scholarship program, which since its inception has given nearly $100,000 to students with relatives in the association.
Cavanagh Scholarship Program Recipients are as follows: Julie Muldoon, AMEC Construction Management, Inc.

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