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Synonyms for graduate

a person who has received a degree from a school (high school or college or university)

a measuring instrument for measuring fluid volume

receive an academic degree upon completion of one's studies

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confer an academic degree upon

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make fine adjustments or divide into marked intervals for optimal measuring

of or relating to studies beyond a bachelor's degree

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May 4: Kaplan College Southeast Indianapolis, 218 graduates
Canoga Park graduate Brittanie Brown, 17, of Sylmar, nervously awaited the ceremony with the other graduates, clad in their choice of either green or white.
Graduates say they are able to communicate one-on-one well enough to perform daily job functions.
Bachelor's degree programs are capable of producing graduates who are grounded in a philosophy of client empowerment and equipped with initial knowledge and skills to enter into human service delivery.
graduates from the University of Pittsburgh, investigators found that the explicit need for a second degree was obvious both in the numbers of individuals who had obtained or were in the process of earning a second subject degree, or in the written comments about their career paths (Detlefsen & Olson, 1990, p.
Our FEDERAL CONSOLIDATION loan program is one of the nation's leading student loan refinance products, offering graduates the ability to lock in the lowest rates in the history of the student loan program.
One hundred percent of the SES-ers and those currently in the program would recommend the program to others, as would 97 percent of all graduates.
Prior to enrolling, undergrads must have a minimum of 45 credits, and graduates, 90 credits.
As we know, much to the chagrin of the trainers and the field managers receiving the graduates, attrition does not always happen according to this script.
There are a variety of different arguments raised: you can't build a leader in the classroom; graduates don't understand the people side of management; MBAs do not approach decisions from an ethical perspective; graduates make good analysts, but not good managers; and so on.
5 million annually for three consecutive years, the firm graduates from the city's program, and is no longer eligible for certification.
2 million college graduates faced the grim reality that they had to compete with nearly nine million unemployed individuals for approximately three million jobs.
The purpose of these programs is to prepare graduates for careers in private practice, research, and the natural health care industry.
Tonight is a momentous occasion and I'd like to welcome our distinguished visitors, guests of the school and irreplaceable guests of tonight's graduates.
4) Graduates obtain a window into the organization and get a view of the people who have the responsibility of protecting their neighborhoods.