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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of enrol.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of enroll.

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Examples

  • When Mr. Valentin enrolled in the study, his peak oxygen value was 13.8 ml/kg/min.

    Treating Heart Patients With Thin Air

  • The study also failed to follow all patients over the long-term enrolled in the research.

    Anthony Tarricone: Studies Show Need for Medical Device Accountability

  • After leading Copperas Cove High to the Texas Class 4A Division I championship game last season, Griffin enrolled early at Baylor and took part in spring drills.

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  • Hoping the second time would be a charm, Jacobs again enrolled at Auburn for the 2003 season.

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  • When he sent the old and infirm soldiers home, Eurylochus, a citizen of Aegae, got his name enrolled among the sick, though he ailed nothing, which being discovered, he confessed he was in love with a young woman named Telesippa, and wanted to go along with her to the seaside.

    The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans

  • For the 1990 Census, persons were classified as enrolled in school if they reported attending a “regular” school or college at any time between February 1, 1990, and the time of census enumeration.

    The Population of the United States

  • One of the outside party is then called in, and told that a new club has been formed and his name enrolled, but that he cannot be formally admitted unless he can guess the name of the club from the movements of the two members who have remained in the room.

    Games For All Occasions

  • If he can not show how, punish him because he acted as a juror and served in the assembly and accused many falsely, having his name enrolled as an Athenian.

    The Orations of Lysias

  • Laboring under this serious doubt, when I came on the stand and found my name enrolled among the orators and statesmen present, and saw that I was booked to make a speech, I appealed to a learned and most eloquent attorney to represent me on this occasion.

    Modern Eloquence: Vol III, After-Dinner Speeches P-Z

  • Lord Nelson, respectfully putting the box to his lips, returned his sincere thanks, for an honour which, he said, he should never forget -- that of having his name enrolled among the freemen of Hereford.

    The Life of the Right Honourable Horatio Lord Viscount Nelson, Volume 2

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