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Harvard University

Definitions

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  • n. a university in Massachusetts

Etymologies

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Examples

  • When I called the Harvard University information number, the operator said with some surprise: “I have had three calls in a row for him.”

    Economic Principals

  • THE's top-ranked school is Harvard University, which is the oldest U.S. institution of higher learning, having been established in 1636 (Harvard ranked No. 8 in Forbes 'own annual ranking of colleges).

    The World's Top Universities

  • To measure social capital, they utilized a well-established scale developed by the Saguaro Seminar at Harvard University, which is headed by Bowling Alone author and social capital scholar Robert Putnam.

    F. Kaid Benfield: Village Green: Walkable Neighborhoods Enjoy More Trust, Participation

  • As I understand it, Gates called Harvard University security to come to his assistance, to attest to his identity.

    Claudia Ricci: So What Do the Gates Calls Show?

  • But instead the arresting officer called the Harvard University police to once again verify Gates occupancy in his own home.

    Irene Monroe: Living While Black in Cambridge

  • MIT's plan echoes that of Harvard University, which is launching a massive build-out across the Charles River in North Allston.

    Boston.com Top Stories

  • Harvard University, which is ranked at No. 1 on the well-known US News and World Report college ranking of best national universities, was No. 8 on Forbes's list.

    Christian Science Monitor | All Stories

  • THE's top-ranked school is Harvard University, which is the oldest U.S.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • Now, I'm delighted to present an interview with Wendy Call, co-editor with Mark Kramer of Telling True Stories: A Nonfiction Writers' Guide from the Nieman Foundation at Harvard University, which is based on Conference sessions.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Charitable gift annuities are legitimate vehicles and have been offered for years by a wide range of established charities, such as Harvard University and nonprofit hospitals.

    Donors Find

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