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college

Etymology: L, collegium, society
1 an institution of higher learning.
2 an organization of individuals with common professional training and interests, as the American College of Nurse-Midwives, the American College of Cardiology, or the American College of Surgeons.

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Q. Is there a program that can pay for my ADHD medicine while i'm in college? I need my medicine in order to concentrate while in college but, i can't afford it because it's expensive and my parents aren't going to help me with college at all. I need to know if there is a program that can pay for my insurance while i'm in college so i can graduate.

A. there are student loans. As soon as you decide which school you are going to get in touch with their financial aid office and ask for help. Also, apply for every scholarship possible - Get online and research and fill out applications like crazy. Good Luck.

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Let us add that if it is according to rule that the architecture of a building should be adapted to its purpose in such a manner that this purpose shall be immediately apparent from the mere aspect of the building, one cannot be too much amazed at a structure which might be indifferently--the palace of a king, a chamber of communes, a town-hall, a college, a riding-school, an academy, a warehouse, a court-house, a museum, a barracks, a sepulchre, a temple, or a theatre.
I thought it was an Athletic College," said the Shaggy Man.
Josie suspected that Anne was laughing at her behind those wicked eyes; but she contented herself with whispering to Gertie, as they went downstairs, that Anne Shirley would put on more airs than ever now that she was going to college -- you'd see!
I don't need money, for I have interested a certain millionaire, and my own college will put up part of the funds.
It will be all right with mama after you pass your college examinations and she sees you're in earnest.
He talked of the old college days when he and Gaston had been a good deal to each other; of the days of keen and blind ambitions and large intentions.
Her casuistry was interrupted by some one softly whistling a theme from the overture to Masaniello, popular at the college in the form of an arrangement for six pianofortes and twelve hands.
The chief men of the city, who waited for us on the shore, accompanied us through a crowd of people, whom curiosity had drawn from all parts of our college.
And in 1890, he gathered around him a winnowed group of college graduates--he has sixty of them on his staff to-day--so that he might bequeath to the telephone an engineering corps of loyal and efficient men.
Close on the heels of that came a violent rattling crash, quite close to us, that shook the ground; and, starting out upon the lawn, I saw the tops of the trees about the Oriental College burst into smoky red flame, and the tower of the little church beside it slide down into ruin.
Their principal object was, to rear up pious and learned ministers; and hence old writers call Harvard College a school of the prophets.
It being the winter vacation at his college, Eustace was allowing himself a little relaxation, in the hope, he told me, of repairing the inroads which severe application to study had made upon his health; and I was happy to conclude, from the excellent physical condition in which I saw him, that the remedy had already been attended with very desirable success.

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