In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- As adults, Martin was university trained and Malcolm matriculated in prison.
- We do know that in 1719 Bayes matriculated at the University of Edinburgh where he studied logic and theology.
- Instead he matriculated in the University of Ferrara, from which he obtained a doctorate in canon law.
- In 1895, he matriculated at Glasgow University, where he graduated with an M.A. in 1900.
- Whether these plans will increase the number of minorities matriculating to these universities remains to be seen.
- In my final year only one person matriculated to university, for example, and that was a university in the country!
- Under the plan, all undergraduates entering Tulane University will matriculate through a single undergraduate college.
- The thrill of studying advanced mathematics at Chicago made her determined to carry her studies further and when her travelling fellowship ended she matriculated at the University of Chicago, registering for a Master's Degree.
- I am equally committed to faculty and staff, and if there are ways that I can help them matriculate to the university, I am going to do exactly that.
- With arms full of daughters, he feels like a rich man-at least until they matriculate at the University.
- In 1834 Thomson, who was aged just 10, and his brother James, 12, both matriculated at the university.
- They rarely acknowledge that the option of attending a full-time residential college is not available to the vast majority of people matriculating in community colleges.
- In the examinations he won a scholarship to St John's College, Cambridge, matriculating in October 1884.
- In 1869 Sofia travelled to Heidelberg to study mathematics and the natural sciences, only to discover that women could not matriculate at the university.
- After matriculating, he enrolled in Arts at Sydney University in 1948.
- On 29 August 1530 Mercator matriculated at the University of Louvain, taking the course in the humanities and philosophy.
- He applied to graduate school, and because segregation laws prevented him from attending a school in Georgia, the state paid for him to matriculate at Columbia University's Teachers College in New York.
- After graduating from University College, he matriculated at Trinity College Cambridge in 1871.
- In fact all that is known is that on Friday 20 December 1577 he matriculated at the University of Oxford with an entry in the official records giving his age as seventeen, his father as a plebeian, and his birthplace Oxfordshire.
- Every child who has participated in the program has gone on to matriculate at a four-year college or university.
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- The two boys matriculated together 16-odd years ago.
- This is a request for everyone who matriculated from Hudson Park High School in 1994 to contact me in connection with the 10-year matric reunion this year.
- In 1963, the first group of students matriculated from the high school.
- If a learner has no mark in any of these three categories, he won't matriculate even if he gets full marks in the final exam.
- He matriculated at Lesley Nkala Secondary School near here in 1992.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.