academic gown


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Synonyms for academic gown

a gown worn by academics or judges

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Despite the Catholic church's doctrine, they had to cover his casket an academic gown and have top vice chancellors fully dressed in gowns as pallbearers.
Capitolo contro il portar la toga was written between 1589 and 1592, in Dante's terza rima, but in the parodie spirit of Francesco Berni's poetry, to satirize the custom of professors at the University of Pisa of wearing the academic gown not only in the lecture hall but also off the university grounds, in their private life.
Twain was said in his later years to have worn an academic gown - and little else - while gardening, using the hood to hold vegetables.
Reagan, dressed in academic gown, remained the consummate actor.
Contract Notice: Opportunity to be the official academic gown supplier to Robert Gordon University presentation ceremonies as described in ITT document
This afternoon I will stew in the early summer heat wearing an academic gown.
Sexton even sports Robinson's number, 42, on his academic gown.
THE Squire of Knotty Ash, dressed in a flowing academic gown, hood and cap with two tassels, has been awarded an honorary degree of Doctors of Letters by Liverpool Hope University.
BRIGHT teenager Jon Cleland has a shopping list, with academic gown and mortar board at the top, as he prepares to start a medical degree at Oxford University.
The star wore an academic gown in Barcelona's colours of red and blue.
They chose the black academic gown to show their primary role as Teaching Elders.
Wearing her academic gown she mingled with other graduates and happily posed for photos.
Southport-raised Weston King slips in and out of the narrator's chair to sing and play the guitar, while pianist Gladstone Wilson, in academic gown and mortar board, sparkles behind the upright piano.
My memories of Longley Hall School are very happy ones - watching Miss Finch the, the headmistress of that time sweep down that fantastic staircase in her academic gown to take assembly in the hall from the foot of the staircase is as clear as yesterday's happenings.
But the man who became a giant in green found himself wearing the colours of Celtic's deadly rivals - an academic gown trimmed with blue and red.
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