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  • n. Plural form of licentiate.

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  • -- They likewise confer the titles of bachelor, licentiate and doctor; but the future bachelor is not prepared by them; the lycée furnishes him for the examination, fresh from its benches; they have then no audience but future licentiates, that is to say a few schoolmasters and a licentiate at long intervals who wants to become a doctor in order to mount upward into the university hierarchy.

    The Modern Regime, Volume 2

  • Bossuet will take a little turn in the court and talk with the young law licentiates.

    Les Miserables

  • Rochelle; and whatever licentiates and bachelors may say, the

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • ‘And here we work and work in our own bungling way, and the utmost we can hope for is a term of years as national schoolmasters, and possible admission to a Theological college, and ordination as despised licentiates.’

    Life's Little Ironies

  • There was one, a solemn lean fellow in black, with his collars extremely turned over, and holding before him a long ivory-tipped ebony cane, who tripped along the little place with a solemn smirk, which gave one an indescribable feeling of the truth of “Gil Blas,” and of those delightful bachelors and licentiates who have appeared to us all in our dreams.

    Notes of a Journey From Cornhill to Grand Cairo

  • For this cause, when he one day was made a licentiate, or graduate in law, one of the scholars of his acquaintance, who of learning had not much more than his burden, though instead of that he could dance very well and play at tennis, made the blazon and device of the licentiates in the said university, saying,

    Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel

  • And already there are about 12,000 primary school teachers studying to become licentiates in primary education.

    CASTRO DISCUSSES EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT, PROBLEMS

  • There are those of the first contingent with the double distinction of having been the first to graduate as teachers and the first to graduate as licentiates.

    CASTRO DISCUSSES EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT, PROBLEMS

  • In any case, it is an enormous satisfaction for us to be able to graduate as licentiates this numerous group, this high percentage of the students who 2 years ago graduated as teachers.

    CASTRO DISCUSSES EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT, PROBLEMS

  • And I am certain that the immense majority will continue with higher studies and that in coming years we will have increasing graduations of licentiates in education and of professors from the second and fourth contingents and the third and fifth because even the fifth contingent will have to study the 2 years necessary for the licentiate.

    CASTRO DISCUSSES EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT, PROBLEMS

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