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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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He started taking classes at Pierce when he was 18, and 22 years later is finally graduating at 40 - with his sons.
Allan Arnold Gamalinda Aquino, 24, of North Hills, who majored in Asian-American historical studies, is another recipient of the Outstanding Graduating Senior Award.
If a graduating student is unemployable or only employable with extensive retraining, then the educational institution, in essence, has failed.
The data used in this study were drawn from the school and district records of a cohort of eighth grade students, who were scheduled to enter a large, urban high school located in a university town in the southeastern United States in August 1993 as part of the graduating class of 1997.
Utilizing the extensive database of the Educational Testing Service, we could track our students' progress and provide them with an objective assessment as to where they stood vis-a-vis other graduating psychology majors throughout the entire country.
The report found that six months after graduating, 50 per cent of women had found the first job in their preferred career compared to 56 per cent of men.
Job placements are slated to begin in January 2007, with 2/3 of the graduating class already receiving employment offers from major refineries.
But on Thursday, Heidi was graduating with honors, and going on to college.
While their annual tuition was slightly higher than the fee paid by our four-year students, they saved, on average, a total of $6,166 in tuition compared to those graduating in four years.
Their participation is viewed as a means of providing an authentic view of service-learning in a beginning teacher's classroom and as a way to promote leadership and professional development skills in our graduating teachers.
in economics from Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana, in 1994 and financed the degree with mostly scholarships and work-study, graduating with only $6,000 in student loan debt.
The 1994 Ford & Mercury College Graduate Purchase Program offers qualified graduating college seniors and graduate students a choice between $400 cash back or special Annual Percentage Rate (A.
Pistilli Advancement in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Program, funded by DAC and by the IEEE Circuits and System Society, promotes advancement in electrical engineering and computer science through scholarships aimed at graduating high school seniors and undergraduate students from under-represented groups in engineering, including women, African Americans, Hispanics, Native Americans and the physically challenged.