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of or resembling or typical of a college or college students

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Rimmer, a former chief executive of Huddersfield, said: "This appointment is a huge honour for me and I look forward to continuing to work collaboratively and collegiately with all of our clubs and stakeholders to make the sport the best it can possibly be.
The bureau decides collegiately on the projects and expenditure connected to those projects.
Vetter, a Madison-area native who has appeared in American Family commercials, played collegiately at the University of Wisconsin before embarking on a stellar international career.
Tadler was a State Champion lacrosse goalie while at Manhasset High School, played collegiately at Hamilton College, and in 2008 was inducted into the Manhasset Lacrosse Hall of Fame.
Old friend James Ihedigbo, who played collegiately at UMass and was a member of the Patriots in 2011, is one of the top players in the Lions secondary.
She played collegiately at Cal State Fullerton and transferred to UNLV, where Jensen became a two-year captain and helped the Rebels win three consecutive Mountain West Conference championships.
He was Toronto's first round pick (17th overall) in the 2008 First-Year Player Draft and played collegiately at Cal State Fullerton and the University of California.
Williams played basketball collegiately at the University of Louisville from 2005 to 2009.
Any students attending camp who possess the ability to play at the next level, whether it be collegiately in the states or perhaps professionally in the United States or Canada, will have a fair chance at getting noticed and taking it to the next level.
Mayor Anderson's email added: "I will be voting for Jane Kennedy because I want a police commissioner that I can work with - someone who believes they are accountable to the Labour party and its members, someone who has always worked collegiately and taken a positive and supportive approach and the only one of the three shortlisted who has made a massive contribution to Liverpool Labour party and the success we currently enjoy.
We would reiterate the need to work collegiately with Westminster, Brussels and the private sector, as only this can build a sustainable enterprise and entrepreneur-driven economy.
I didn't even look at the time (or) pay attention to it," said Korir, who ran collegiately for the University of Louisville.
Walt Williams, who played at Shiloh Christian and collegiately for the University of Central Arkansas and Liberty University in Virginia, started Pinnacle Preps Recruiting four years ago with three clients and now has 31.
He won two city titles and two Philadelphia Player of the Year awards at South Philadelphia High School before playing collegiately at Villanova; afterward, he played professionally for the Philadelphia SPHAS of the American Basketball League before joining the NBA's Baltimore Bullets midway through the 1947-48 season, a season in which Klotz and the Bullets went on to defeat the Philadelphia Warriors to win the NBA title.
Allred has ties to the Salt Lake City area after attending high school in the city and attending both the University of Utah and Weber State collegiately.
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