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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of habilitate.

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Examples

  • Cholesterol, Windaus "habilitated" as lecturer in 1903.

    Adolf Windaus - Biography

  • Initially, the University had thrown its full support behind the KWImF, awarded honorary professorships to each of the directors, provided the KWImF with students, awarded Ph.D. s and habilitated its scientific assistants.

    Personal and National Tragedy Undermine Krehl's Dream

  • Because Brentano had not been habilitated to supervise dissertations, he recommended that Stumpf study with Hermann Lotze in G.ttingen; Stumpf attended Lotze's lectures on psychology, history of philosophy since Kant, philosophy of nature, and practical philosophy; he also took courses from the physiologist G. Meissner and the physician W. W.ber.

    On A Trans-Atlantic Flight

  • Sep. 18th, 2007 at 3:35 PM ...every electronic gadget with a screen and software went frickin' nutz and had to be either re-calibrated, re-installed, re-habilitated, or re-tuned over the course of an expensive phone call to technical support.

    Today...

  • In 1856, at the age of 24, Wundt took his doctorate in medicine at Heidelberg, and habilitated as a

    Wilhelm Maximilian Wundt

  • And can a man be rehabilitated if he has never been habilitated to begin with?

    To A Young One Who Is An Apologist For A Terrorist (UPDATED)

  • I had completed my habilitation thesis shortly before I left to Berkeley and was habilitated when

    Reinhard Selten - Autobiography

  • In order to obtain adequate assistance for scientific research, and to be able to fully train his assistants himself, he became habilitated at the University of Berlin in 1900.

    Eduard Buchner - Biography

  • It is by this noble slowness that the highest minds faintly emulate that inconceivable deliberateness and delicacy of gradation with which solar systems are built and worlds habilitated.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 07, No. 43, May, 1861 Creator

  • Despite the misfortunes that have overwhelmed it in the past and are now retarding its growth, it is still believed that the industry in these islands may be re-habilitated.

    All About Coffee

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