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  • n. Plural form of tuition.

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Examples

  • There has been much talk lately of an upper limit to what families are willing to pay, considering the steep rise in tuitions since the 1980s and the lingering economic downturn.

    Most expensive colleges: GU, GWU getting cheaper?

  • State colleges, with their puny tuitions, is hardly a real middle-class issue and I don’t see how they matter that much.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Importance of Refundability

  • Dana Haddad, a private admissions consultant, referring to tuitions.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Do you want to have your kids "tuitions" set aside for College?

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  • The students who use the memory lab will neither require any home work, practice or any kind of tuitions in any subjects.

    PunjabNewsline News

  • "The students who use the memory lab will neither require any home work, practice or any kind of tuitions in any subjects.

    PunjabNewsline News

  • These tuitions continue to outpace some of the country's top Ivy League schools.

    Private School Tuition Bill Tops $40,000

  • Research is important but it seems that some competition needs to occur such that the research is not placed on the backs of students tuitions.

    Campus Corner

  • There's a new study out that purports to show how productive state university systems are, in part by comparing how much funding they get (from government and tuitions) with how many degrees and similar credentials they award.

    Jack Bog's Blog: July 2009 Archives

  • To many poor Hondurans, deposed president Manuel "Mel" Zelaya was a trailblazing ally who scrapped school tuitions, raised the minimum wage and took on big business.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: July 15, 2009

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