from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Matriculation, especially in a German university.
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France provided I did not change my residence, and to which was affixed the same photograph as that on my passport; my declaration of my civil situation, duly stamped; and my "immatriculation," a leaf from the register on which all foreigners are written down, just as we would be if admitted to a hospital or an insane asylum.
Sources reported that they had seen a white land-cruiser, with darkened windows, no immatriculation plate and four persons inside wearing uniforms.
Anders took me to the immatriculation party for the new freshmen in computer science and communication technology last night.
After getting up early and delivering a cake to the university computer club (a sacrifice because I wasn't able to join their promo stand at the immatriculation of new students today) we went to pick up my grandmother (on my mother's side) and went to the church.
(immatriculation, the Germans call it) of his eldest son, the Crown
(immatriculation, the Germans call it) of his eldest son, the Crown Prince, at the university.