English degree

English degree

[′iŋ·glish di‚grē]
(chemistry)
A unit of water hardness, equal to 1 part calcium carbonate to 70,000 parts water; equivalent to 1 grain of calcium carbonate per gallon of water. Also known as Clark degree.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Ms Watkeys, who has a seven-year-old son and is studying for an English degree at Birmingham University, received pounds 500 compensation.
I studied for three years and I was determined to get a good result." Isobel, who got a first in her English degree, soldiered on despite her newborn going to intensive care with a suspected digestive problem.
An English degree, often seen as the ultimate in ivory tower navel gazing, is the perfect foundation for a career in high finance, Dr Sullivan, a former senior chartered accountant in the City department of KPMG, believes.
I don't remember finishing The Duchess Of Malfi, a play by John Webster I started as part of my English degree.
Ian, who would have turned 21 later this month, was getting ready to return to Leeds University this week to continue his English degree.
Penny Hicks, 46, launched her campaign today at Warwick University, where she works in printing services and is studying part-time for an English degree.
His wild ways nearly prevented him from gaining his second-class English degree when he was arrested for possession of cannabis and Ecstasy in a London nightclub.
But initially, as she stayed alone in her hotel room she found the cast and crew to be a little wary of her - perhaps assuming that the Royal Shakespeare Company actress with an English degree from Cambridge would be a little snooty.
The 20-year-old Stokesley student was struck down with chronic fatigue syndrome while studying for an English degree at Cambridge.
Singer Alex has an English degree while Nick has a fancy German certificate from the conservatoire in Munich.
Jordan Johnson, an English degree student at Northumbria University, targeted the 16-year-old as he walked home to his wife after a massive drink binge.
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