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grad.

Abbreviation for L. gradatim, by degrees, gradually.
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Honorable Mention, Postdocs & Grad Students: Xiaomeng Fang, a postdoctoral researcher in the Wilson College of Textiles, for "Romance of Crystals."
And nearly 30 Walton grads occupy executive offices at Fortune 500 companies.
To freshly minted grads, the chief piece of wisdom he imparts is "assume the worst." Black humor abounds in this wry treatise, as Hiaasen refutes the "lame platitudes" usually included in commencement speeches (i.e.
Brendan McGetrick, curator of Global Grad Show, said: "At Global Grad Show we've always tried to emphasise on positive social impact.
While Grad missiles have previously been supplied to terrorists, Bayoush said it was the first time this particular type had been delivered.
The Chief PESCO assured that unnecessary load shedding would come to an end with the completion of the power grad stations and also took notice of the overbilling.
As a new grad, myself, I'd like to share my perspective on how to keep new nurses happy.
In contrast to internships, nearly 90% of companies said pay rates for new grad hires were negotiable.
A wilderness tourism company facing allegations of religious discrimination under B.C.'s Human Rights Code by a Trinity Western grad says she was eminently unqualified for the job she applied for, in a further response to the exclusive CBC News story about the dispute.
Should I Go to Grad School?: 41 Answers to an Impossible Question compiles essays about grad school and shares the writers' personal experiences about attending (or not attending) grad school.
Amid its selection of new grad gifts for high school students, one of the more unusual items includes the Canvas Kudos wall decor supplies.
Israeli thesp Tzahi Grad blow-torched his way into audiences' minds last year in Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado's "Big Bad Wolves," a blackly comic thriller.