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cu m

Abbr. for “cubic meter.”
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UP grants the honor of summa cum laude to students who obtain a GWA of 1.
Ashburnham: Mikaela Harding (Magna Cum Laude), Carl Shell
Home cum Special Home for Boys and Girls at Samoor Kalan, Una, taking note of the problems with the lone Observation cum Special Home, but no sitting has been held there.
graduating summa cum laude with a Bachelor's degree in Information Systems in 2001, and an MBA in Accounting in 2003.
Cicero], IV, xlix 63: Effictio est cum exprimatur atque effingitur verbis corporis cuispiam forma quoad satis sit ad intellegendum, hoc modo: 'Hunc, iudices, dico, rubrum, brevem, incurvum, canum, subscrispum, caesium, cui sane magna esta in mento cicatrix.
She earned a juris doctor from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and a bachelor's degree, cum laude, from the University of Michigan.
Charlton: Shabana Gagner, Meghan Perron, Zakkary Surprenant (Magna Cum Laude), Wiktor Tomkiewicz (Magna Cum Laude), Kelsey Wilbur
14v-15r, "Conducti adunque domenica mattina circa le xi hore in questa sala li signori sposi e tum li signori ambassiadori cum el poputo tutti ben vestiti e ornati homini e donne facto silentio: monto in uno pergolleto apparechiato li per questo lo ctarissimo doctore di leggie meser Pandolpho Collenuccio da Pesaro e li fece una oratione degnissima che duro una hora e piu.
Helms earned a JD, magna cum laude and Order of the Coif, from the University of Michigan and a BS from Iowa State University.
Magna Cum Laude: Mitch Kraemer, Isaac Quiles and Nicole Mankowska
11) Disputatioties, 7-8: "In otiosa autem vita et letterarum studio quis non novi te a teneris annis ita versatum esse, ut, cum puerilem doctrinam per summam a ceteris rebus vacationem mira aviditate conbibisses, nullum deinceps tam negotiosum tibi tempus fuerit, quin quotidie partem aliquam occupationibus subtraxeris et variarum doctrinarum studiis impenderis?