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cu m

Abbr. for “cubic meter.”
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From this number, three scholars graduated summa sum laude, 22 graduated magna cum laude, and 13 graduated cum laude.
Unlike many of the graduates, however, this was Simeon's second college degree - and the second time he got a Latin honor, finishing summa cum laude.
According to the university, 1,058 graduates will receive the Latin distinction of magna cum laude, while 392 will graduate with cum laude honors.
Missouri S & T has traditionally recognized graduates earning a bachelor's degree with honors by placing the designation "summa cum laude," "magna cum laude" or "cum laude" on their diplomas.
'Historically, there are many summa cum laude graduates,' Dalisay told The STAR in a phone interview.
Briefly, 20 mg of PVP-PCL and 4 mg Cum were slowly dissolved in 500 ul acetone.
Ashby: Dylan Baer (Magna Cum Laude), Evan Woollacott
Willis graduated summa cum laude from Valparaiso University in 2003 with a Bachelor's degree in Accounting.
(33.) [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.'
In the MMWR issues for weeks 1-4 (Vol 51: 1-4), there was an error in Table II, "Provisional cases of selected notifiable diseases, United States." For each of the 4 weeks, data from two pairs of columns were transposed: data from the two columns titled "Streptococcus pneumoniae, drug-resistant, invasive, (Cum. 2002 and Cum.
Carlos Watson, who graduated cum laude from Harvard University and later from Stanford Law School, Livingston, who graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University, and Carolyn Watson, who graduated with honors from Hampton University, are passionate about educating today's youth.