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- n. final grade or class in high school or college
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Hedblom said it helped him worry less about other people's perceptions and ended up inspiring his senior class project on the psychology behind perceptions.
Accompanying Armstrong’s senior class picture in the Blume High School yearbook for 1946–47 was the telling epigram, “He thinks, he acts, tis done.”
I bet you could have run for senior class president and gotten elected, instead of that blowfish, Betty Hargate.
But they all were — Marcia Davenport, the writer — they were all members of the senior class at Shipley School, Bryn
Then he photographs the photographs as the medium decays: senior class pictures: images of cattle; Edward Curtis portraits of Native Americans.
The debate was followed by a valedictory address given on behalf of the Dialectic Society's senior class by
"Should the Office of Chief Magistrate Be Awarded to One Distinguished for His Military Services Rather Than to One Distinguished for His Civil Services?" Debate Speech of William W. Avery for the Dialectic Society, June 22, 1836