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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of matriculate.

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Examples

  • On completing his studies at the Morelia Seminary, Ocampo matriculated from the University of Mexico, majoring in law but also studying physics, natural sciences, chemistry and botany.

    Melchor Ocampo (1814–1861)

  • On completing his studies at the Morelia Seminary, Ocampo matriculated from the University of Mexico, majoring in law but also studying physics, natural sciences, chemistry and botany.

    Melchor Ocampo (1814–1861)

  • I matriculated from the school in 1954, gaining a Commonwealth scholarship.

    J. Robin Warren - Autobiography

  • Openings are biased towards those who matriculated from the "top" schools: UP, Ateneo and La Salle.

    reality check

  • Openings are biased towards those who matriculated from the "top" schools: UP, Ateneo and La Salle.

    Archive 2004-09-01

  • A properly "matriculated" and assimilated Citizen casts his or her vote within the legal auspices of his or her host country (that is, if they really GAD about that self-same host country).

    Sound Politics: Mail Ballot Horror Show (XXIX): Ballot parties for people who can't speak English

  • Over time, she's just kind of matriculated to the most important places on the field.

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  • Over time, she's just kind of matriculated to the most important places on the field.

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  • Beginning in the mid-1960s -- when he matriculated at Oxford -- the film follows Marks' wild ride, most of which involves him stumbling into one opportunity after another.

    Marshall Fine: HuffPost Review: Mr. Nice

  • He eventually matriculated at Florida Atlantic University, where he earned a B.A. in 1969.

    CPAC Organizer Steps Down On Eve Of Conference

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