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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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Most recent grads pursuing a higher degree Continuing education is a factor for many graduates regardless of their current employment status; two-thirds (61 percent) are already pursuing an advanced degree or plan to do so in the next year C 66 percent of associate degree earners and 56 percent of 4-year degree completers.
A 4-year, 7,849 s/f lease at 516 West 25th Street for Imaginary Forces.
In contrast, 4-year weight gain was inversely related to intake of vegetables (loss of 0.
5-fold elevated risk at 4-year colleges, according to Dr.
From 1st February 2011, all A799 printers ordered will come with a 4-year warranty and a lower list price.
If early elections were called now, VMRO-DPMNE would poll at least twice as many parliamentary seats as SDSM and secure another 4-year term of office, party officials say.
Ninety-eight percent of public 2-year institutions had high school students taking courses for college credit during the 2002-03 12-month academic year, compared to 77 percent of public 4-year institutions, 40 percent of private 4-year institutions, and 17 percent of private 2-year institutions.
It has been suggested, however, that many students with learning disabilities are encouraged to pursue vocational education rather than to attend 4-year colleges (Janiga & Costenbader, 2002).
Summary: The preceding issues led to submission of a request to the ACGME to revert to a conventional 4-year Obstetric and Gynecology residency.
At the third level, an increasing number of police agencies now require the 4-year bachelor's degree as a hiring credential.