Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of enrolling; specifically, the registering, recording, or entering of a deed, judgment, recognizance, acknowledgment, etc., in a court of record. In chancery practice a decree, though awarded by the court, was not deemed fixed until it had been engrossed on parchment and delivered to the proper clerk as a roll of the court.
- n. That in which anything is enrolled; a register; a roll.
- n. The act of enrolling or the state of being enrolled
- n. The people enrolled, considered as a group
- n. The number of people enrolled
- n. The record of such enrolling; registration
- n. the act of enrolling
“The reason for the increase in female enrolment is multi-faceted.”
“Declining enrolment is solved with open-doors third world immigration.”
“Because of the double cohort of two graduating high school classes and the increased participation generally as more people recog-nize the need for lifelong learning, we've seen a significant increase in enrolment and we have started to respond to that with an investment of over a billion dollars to create 73,000 new student spaces in our colleges and universi-ties.”
“In the past 10 years alone, figures compiled by the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada show that there has been an increase in enrolment of 30 per cent.”
“With a 30-per-cent increase in enrolment, our budgets have gone up a mere 1.6 per cent and these have been years, for the most part, of relative affluence.”
“It was argued that even a great growth in enrolment could best be met by the expansion of the existing universities, in particular by the expansion of the University of Toronto.”
“The rate of increase in elementary school enrolment is expected to climb until about 1961, while that for secondary schools will continue to rise until about 1971.”
“The present full-time enrolment is 22,000 and if facilities and staff can be provided, it is anticipated that this enrolment will double by 1965 and more than quadruple by 1975.”
“The decree for the enrolment was the occasion of Joseph and Mary's going up to Bethlehem.”
“The board is bracing for a grant reduction, as grants are tied to enrolment, which is declining.”
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All these terms have a (different) American English equivalent. Wonder if you can identify them?
Words from a 2010 'Remember Me' film.
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