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sophomore

Chiefly US and Canadian a second-year student at a secondary (high) school or college
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The defensive line features seniors Ian Reith and Brendan Murphy; juniors Caleb Parker and Devon Adams; and sophomore Isaac Jany.
Redshirt sophomore Max Lydum hit a PR in the weight throw to lead a 2-3-4 UO finish with Austin Glynn and Austin Tharp, reaching 58-1 1/4.
Pattengale (2007) has identified factors affecting the so-called "sophomore slump", which include difficulty connecting academic work to tangible career goals.
In the opener, sophomore Meghan Sears hit a home run to right field to win it in the bottom of the seventh.
The estimation model includes variables that affect the timing of an act's sophomore release.
Atlanta, GA, June 08, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Following a successful season of eight original episodes and the award for 'Best Show' at the GSTV Awards, the college comedy series Sophomores is officially returning for a second season on GSTV and People TV in the winter.
Shortly after the teacher was fired, the school informed the Sills family, including the sophomore student, that they were no longer welcome at Loretto on the grounds that their actions included "taunts, threats, and verbal abuse directed against members of the school community, as well as a mass e-mail camapign slandering the school's reputation as a Catholic institution."
The MTEBI was given to all sophomore, junior and senior pre-service elementary mathematics teachers in both universities.
"The sophomore slump often goes unrecognized on our campuses," says the report, "Taking Sophomores From Slump to Success."
Kyle Mills, sophomore, DH/1B, Itawamba Community College (MS)
A young college sophomore is so inspired by an organization and its mission that he works to recruit every student on his campus for membership.