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a university in Massachusetts

American philanthropist who left his library and half his estate to the Massachusetts college that now bears his name (1607-1638)

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Barton closely resembles ex-President Eliot, of Harvard.
Not more than one girl in every eight can measure up to its standards; and it cheerfully refuses as many students in a year as would make three Yales or Harvards.
This pair are still in the summer of their years," observed the elder from Harvard, a shrewd old man.
observed the elder from Harvard, "hath she not likewise a gift to declare her sentiments?
There are times, my dear Harvard, when I feel as if I were really capable of everything--capable de tout, as they say here--of the greatest excesses as well as the greatest heroism.
In 1909, barely fourteen years of age, he was ready--"more than ready" the headmaster of the academy said--to enter Yale or Harvard.
in his address at Harvard Commencement: "We all know that, as things actually are, many of the most influential and most highly remunerated members of the Bar in every centre of wealth, make it their special task to work out bold and ingenious schemes by which their wealthy clients, individual or corporate, can evade the laws which were made to regulate, in the interests of the public, the uses of great wealth.
At Harvard, whether it takes one year or ten, we plan to change that, so that the next time our chaplaincy holds an important anniversary celebration it will take place in a beautiful new humanist building.
While the memories of a sweltering summer are fresh and much of the Northeast is enjoying an unseasonable warm Fall, executives at Harvard Maintenance, Inc.
The Environmental Fellows will work for two years with Harvard faculty members in any school or department to create new knowledge while also strengthening connections across the university's academic disciplines.
IN 1979, SHORTLY after the United States established diplomatic relations with the People's Republic of China, a young Harvard Medical School student named David Eisenberg became the first American in decades to visit the country on a medical exchange program.
THE LONG-STANDING RULE REQUIRING HARVARD DEGREE RECIPIENTS to spend at least one year on campus has been revised.
Harvard Medical School's Health Publications Group publishes such well-known news letters as Harvard Health Letter, Harvard Men's Health Watch, Harvard Women's Health Watch, Harvard Heart Letter, and Harvard Mental Health Letter.
His daytime job was coaching Harvard, and he was a genius at it.
7 billion, while Harvard led the pack with $11 billion.