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collegiate

1. of or relating to a college or college students
2. (of a university) composed of various colleges of equal standing
3. Canadian short for collegiate institute
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The Oracle Collegiate Tennis Challenge is free for patrons with BNP Paribas Open tickets or event credentials for the respective dates.
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We believe that there are many opportunities in the collegiate trading card category that have not been fully realized, and Upper Deck shares our vision for expansion," said David Kirkpatrick, CLC's Vice President of Non-Apparel Marketing.
I got things started by arranging for Guidon to meet with students taking the piano pedagogy course at Western to see whether there would be interest in forming a collegiate chapter.
Presented annually to one coach in each of the five collegiate divisions: Division I, Division II, Division III, NAIA and JC/CC - as well as High School.
That's something he can bring to the court that veteran collegiate women's coaches cannot.
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