American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A region of the United States originally comprising all territories west of the Mississippi River. It is now generally restricted to the area west of the Great Plains.
“I was actually at UofT when this was posted, and yeah, a surprising lot thought it was real.”
“Mitch Frazer, a Partner at Torys LLP and adjunct faculty at UofT specializing in pensions, continued the discussion, focusing on the creation of a supplemental pension plan.”
“Undergrad: UofT Management with Co-Op, currently in 4th year”
“I checked out some summer law abroad programs, and registered for ABA-approved courses at UofT, Bar Ilan in Israel, and Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara in Mexico.”
“Justin Teterault is going into his third year of law school at UofT.”
“In a provincial report last year, UofT Law Prof. Michael Trebilcock stated,”
“Dr. Sarita Verma, Deputy Dean of Graduate Postgraduate education at UofT Medicine, is a family physician who originally trained as a lawyer at UofO.”
“Trudo Lemmens, an Assoc.Prof. at UofT in both Medicine and Law, discussed the claim for legalization of assisted suicide and euthanasia.”
“Prof. Ed Morgan of UofT addreses this in an article in The Globe.”
“For example, Vitali Berditchevski, a 4th year student at UofT, writes on My Journey to Law School and recently said,”
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