postgraduation love


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  • n. After graduation; the time after graduation.


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From post- +‎ graduation.


  • In a variant, students enjoyed 10 minutes of Web surfing less after calculating expected postgraduation hourly wages.

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  • Climbing to the peak has once again become a popular postgraduation activity.

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  • Released in England last year to glowing reviews and strong sales, the book centers on Emma and Dexter, who have a postgraduation fling and go their separate ways but never lose track of each other.

    The Stigma of Paperback Originals

  • Flanders is a popular postgraduation destination for Milton High alums.

    Kiss It

  • Ali was again drafted into a postgraduation photo session.


  • A guaranteed postgraduation paycheck, 9-11 and aggressive recruitment are sparking a resurgence of Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps ROTC programs.

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  • When it comes to overall debt, look into postgraduation loan-consolidation programs that lock in combined debt (for student loans only, though) at low rates.

    Managing The Perils Of Student Debt

  • (At least two acquaintances in his postgraduation years thought he was on a track to become a writer.)

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  • Of Student-Loan Debt Level According to a new survey from student-loan provider Sallie Mae, some 40% of parents pay no attention to cost when searching for colleges, and only 30% of families pay any attention at all to a child's postgraduation earning potential.

    Finding the Right Balance

  • But, say many an alum of the knife-hawking business, the skills and experience you need to boost your résumé and land a job postgraduation can be found in the quirky summer job.

    Summer Job: Nice Pay, if You Can Cut It


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