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undergraduate

a person studying in a university for a first degree
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Collins, born at Chichester, was an undergraduate at Oxford when he published 'Persian Eclogues' in rimed couplets to which the warm feeling and free metrical treatment give much of romantic effect.
There was a yellow packet of letters which he had written to his father in the forties, when as an Oxford undergraduate he had gone to Germany for the long vacation.
This was because I nearly always assumed a character when I wrote; I must be a country squire, or an undergraduate, or a butler, or a member of the House of Lords, or a dowager, or a lady called Sweet Seventeen, or an engineer in India, else was my pen clogged, and though this gave my mother certain fearful joys, causing her to laugh unexpectedly (so far as my articles were concerned she nearly always laughed in the wrong place), it also scared her.
Brutality I had experienced, but it was the brutality of the intellect--the cutting sarcasm of Charley Furuseth, the cruel epigrams and occasional harsh witticisms of the fellows at the Bibelot, and the nasty remarks of some of the professors during my undergraduate days.
Hughling Elliot imposed silence upon his section of the audience by his fascinating anecdote of Lord Curzon and the undergraduate's bicycle.
In his undergraduate days he wrote some scathing lines about it.
Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman assured undergraduates today that they would not be punished for participating in Umno's general assembly.
Which type of tertiary higher education institution might you attend?The needs of undergraduates are distinct from graduate students.
To keep the legacy of the Belmont-DeVilliers community alive, a local engineer is guiding a group of University of West Florida undergraduates creating a virtual version of the neighborhood--along with a small brick-and-mortar museum to showcase the project.
All this implies an insufficient exposure of undergraduates to bioethics education and practice.4 Solutions to this issue can include requiring additional measures such as providing a copy of approved proposal, email and contact details of all the members enlisted as authors and those who are acknowledged in order to prevent any future authorship disputes that might arise post paper publication.
There will be tens of thousands more from the matriculation stream who will also be in the same position, but even if we leave them aside for the moment and take just the numbers appearing for 'O'- and/or 'A'-Level examinations, the total number of places for undergraduates in decent to good quality programmes, and including medical or engineering school options, would not be more than 15,000 or so.

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