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  • noun Plural form of matriculation.

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Examples

  • After completing her matriculations in Potsdam, Yahil embarked on the study of history at the universities of Munich and Berlin and was accepted into the Hochschule für die Wissenschaft des Judentums (College of Judaic Studies) in Berlin.

    Leni Yahil.

  • Totting up college matriculations as a way of measuring national success is doubly ill-conceived if the signaling function flips over, so that a college education becomes the norm, and college nonattendance is taken to mean “unfit for most jobs.”

    A Matter of Degrees

  • Totting up college matriculations as a way of measuring national success is doubly ill-conceived if the signaling function flips over, so that a college education becomes the norm, and college nonattendance is taken to mean “unfit for most jobs.”

    A Matter of Degrees

  • Totting up college matriculations as a way of measuring national success is doubly ill-conceived if the signaling function flips over, so that a college education becomes the norm, and college nonattendance is taken to mean “unfit for most jobs.”

    A Matter of Degrees

  • You've got some timeline differentiations and matriculations and, and so forth.

    Hullabaloo

  • "Since the 1980s, the total number of university-grade mathematics matriculations at higher grade has been dropping," said

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Azapo's northern Transvaal spokesman, Mr Mautle Phasha, appealed to the black community to immediately rectify the mistakes which led to 1992s dismal matriculations results.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The tool number of students -- here I have the initial matriculations -- in

    ORIENTE UNIVERSITY GRADUATION CEREMONIES

  • He was up to Columbia taking a degree, and he was telling me what success he had had in twenty years in educating the young Newfoundlanders and passing them through the higher University examinations like matriculations, and so on.

    Story of Labrador Medical Mission

  • The list of matriculations from 1372 to 1418 of the faculty of law is still in existence.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

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