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reputation

Graduate education The level of prestige of an institution or residency program. See High-power institution, Residency.
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If I am satisfied that she is a woman of reputable character, possessing an average education and presentable manners, we may as well let Alfred take his own way.
The ball (almost an unparalleled event in Scotland!) was reported to be not at all a reputable affair.
As, indeed, how should any of those prim and reputable virgins?
HOW OLIVER PASSED HIS TIME IN THE IMPROVING SOCIETY OF HIS REPUTABLE FRIENDS
But, irreverently consorting with these grave, reputable, and pious people, these elders of the church, these chaste dames and dewy virgins, there were men of dissolute lives and women of spotted fame, wretches given over to all mean and filthy vice, and suspected even of horrid crimes.
Of course we are a good family and my uncle is a great man in the country, but where is the reputable farmer or God- fearing man of that kind that would dare to bring such a girl into his house to his mother and sisters.
Start by checking the legal situation in the registration country and ensure the casino has a license from a reputable authority.
Started in 2007, this home-based business is a well established, highly reputable, reseller of automotive tools for auto mechanics and fix-it-yourselfers.
Houston-based insurance broker, Frank Medina, has launched Insurance Agent Near Me, an online tool that connects customers with reputable insurance agents in their vicinity.
If there is a reputable dealer's label still attached you can know, with experience, the quality of the picture.
Stirling MP Stephen Kerr is urging shoppers to buy puppies from reputable sellers in the run-up to Christmas.
Use reputable traders, warn Trading Standards and GMP The force put out a warning about the scam and warned people to be vigilant.