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of or resembling or typical of a college or college students

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University Fancards is the provider nationwide of collegiately licensed gift cards and prepaid reloadable cards.
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.
DAVYON MCKINNEY COMMITTED IN JUNE TO PLAY COLLEGIATELY FOR THE ARKANSAS RAZORBACKS.
The citations cover a multitude of issues ranging from the intensely personal to the collegiately social and are elegantly presented principles furnishing a sound foundation for being able to discover, discern, decipher, and develop a life attitude and a life style that will enhance our appreciation for life and what it offers us all regardless of our present circumstances or future challenges.
"But achieving that depends on staff working collegiately and recognising the personal circumstances of each child.
Will starred collegiately at Mississippi State, attracting national attention and becoming a first round draft pick of the San Francisco Giants.
"I think an effective staff recruiting video shows diversity -- both geographically and collegiately -- camper-staff interaction, and key testimonials.
Among the industry's key goals in the upcoming review are the maintenance of a registration system that allows manufacturers to choose between EU and national procedures, alongside the development of a "single competent regulatory organisation in Europe encompassing the existing national authorities and the EMEA evolving collegiately over time".
Following a recent meeting with Audit Scotland regarding North Lanarkshire Council's upcoming "Best Value" review, it was highlighted that there was a need for political groups to work collegiately when being briefed by officers on council budgets, particularly when a minority administration is in office.
Herber has coached collegiately at Utah, South Florida, Iowa State and Coe College.
This is an important agreement and it will ensure Defence and the ACT Government are in a position to work more collegiately, Major General Spence said.
Williams played collegiately at Auburn University and represented Team USA in two Walker Cups.
Williams played basketball collegiately at the University of Louisville from 2005 to 2009.
He was torn between which sport to pursue collegiately until shrewdly settling on football as a senior.
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