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Abbreviation for L. gradatim, by degrees, gradually.
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1995-96 Kim Mortensen DIS Thousand Oaks, UCLA Grad.
MLI students and grads remain tightlipped on the matter.
The Stari grad Agency has three new major projects on the stocks, symbolically, one for each of the religious groups: they include the Orthodox (Serb) Metropolitan's Palace, the nineteenth-century Baroque shell of which now stares sightlessly over the valley.
The diversity of the GRAD development group, which included university scholars, direct service providers and former line staff, enabled the development of a psychometrically sound instrument, as well as a complete assessment protocol that looked and flowed much like the typical case management functions found in many youth-serving organizations.
This is of primary importance if one takes into perspective that the Grad has scored extraordinarily well on the export market--no less than 50 countries--and that it is still in production in eleven nations.
Grad points out that Internet devices are a perfect option for residents who are intimidated by the prospect of using a computer.
Parents of the younger students are asked to remember that "every grade counts" and told that all Project GRAD participants who get into college will be awarded scholarships.
I have been in grad school for almost seven years now.
Coke's Cadet: West Point grad is the soft drink's youngest president ever.
Charlene Olson, who produced Exhuming Tyler, is a grad of the Producer Lab.
For one thing, this year's crop of 58 Native graduates is "the largest grad class so far," boasted Jane Martin, director of Native student services.
The Addiction locates itself squarely on the cusp that Ferrara flims always occupy, hovering somewhere between painfully abject and painfully hip: it's a vampire film except that the vampire is a philosophy grad student at NYU.