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Synonyms for Harvard

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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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.
We are THIN, my dear Harvard; we are pale, we are sharp.
"This pair are still in the summer of their years," observed the elder from Harvard, a shrewd old man.
"But our sister!" observed the elder from Harvard, "hath she not likewise a gift to declare her sentiments?"
Whenever they could afford to buy more wires and batteries, they went to a near-by store which supplied electrical apparatus to the professors and students of Harvard. This store, with its workshop in the rear, seemed to the two boys a veritable wonderland; and when Carty, a youth of eighteen, was compelled to leave school because of his bad eyesight, he ran at once and secured the glorious job of being boy-of-all-work in this store of wonders.
Barton closely resembles ex-President Eliot, of Harvard. He is slow in speech, simple in manner, and with a rare sagacity in business affairs.
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.
In 1909, barely fourteen years of age, he was ready--"more than ready" the headmaster of the academy said--to enter Yale or Harvard. His juvenility prevented him from entering those universities, and so, in 1909, we find him a freshman at historic Bowdoin College.
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 26, 2019-: Harvard Kennedy School Receives $1 Million Gift to Establish First Tunisian Graduate Fellowship Program
M2 PHARMA-August 13, 2019-Harvard, Merck to Collaborate on Research Led by Harvard immunologist Arlene Sharpe, seeking to Identify New Pathways for the Treatment of Cancer
Harvard University's Undergraduate Council (UC) voted to allocate the Palestine Solidarity Committee (PSC) $2,050 to host Israeli Apartheid Week (IAW) at Sunday's general meeting.
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care announced it has entered into a new, multi-year agreement with OptumRx to provide Pharmacy Benefit Management, or PBM, solutions.
The American University in Cairo (AUC), recently signed an agreement with Harvard University to establish long-term relations and increase cooperation, especially between Harvard and AUC's Egyptology Departments.