- v. present participle of graduate.
“However, the student is given a totally full schedule of these classes, meaning that at graduation, be it a 4 or a 5 year course (and an extra year to get the "liceniada" degree is NOT required at many Mexican universities), that student is much, much more deeply grounded in that particular academic field than an equivalent student graduating from a U. S university would be in the same field.”
“The world into which you are graduating is a deranged world.”
“Col. Ordway joined the Army in 1958 after graduating from the U.S.”
“This was the two months Mrs. Graham spent -- after graduating from the University of Chicago -- as a rewrite woman and cub reporter on the San Francisco News, a lively tabloid evening paper.”
“After graduating from the Nora School, Ms. Kosok had been working part time for a jewelry designer.”
“In addition, just a few weeks ago, the ACT test annual results were released, and ACT officials noted that, according to the test results, only 25% of test takers, again graduating seniors, had the ability to handle college level work.”
“Rodriguez began pilot training in 1981, after graduating from the Citadel.”
“After graduating from the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts in Dharamasala in 1993, Choephel received a Fulbright scholarship to study musicology and filmmaking at Vermont's Middlebury College.”
“Those homage elements include the "skinsuits" every hero wears and the nicknames every hero is given before graduating from the Academy.”
“After graduating from the University of Northern Colorado he became eligible to serve in Vietnam in June 1969.”
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