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Other collegians include Florida State’s Jaelin Howell and Stanford’s Catarina Macario, a Brazilian-born naturalized citizen who is awaiting FIFA eligibility approval.
By token of your Virgilian diversions shall I assume that you are a collegian, really or almost?
A HOOSIER CHRONICLEMEREDITH NICHOLSON
This officer is evidently a “Collegian” of the old days, under Inman, for he refers to what they learnt in 1824 and 1825.
The account of the collegian, which forms the plot of the story "In the Fog," is even more daring in its realism.
The simple, manly style of his printed address fully equals in literary ability that of the average collegian in the twenties.
There was not a collegian within doors, nor a turnkey absent, as they crossed the yard.
THE WORLD'S GREATEST BOOKS, VOL IIIARTHUR MEE AND J.A. HAMMERTON, EDS.
The count became livid with anger, and, by this time on his feet, ready to come to blows with the collegian.
PEPITA XIMENEZJUAN VALERA
The Bostonian educated at Harvard College remained a collegian, if he stuck only to what the college gave him.
The education in fact, of the peasant, and that of the future double-first collegian, begins and proceeds on the same principle.
DOG BREAKINGWILLIAM NELSON HUTCHINSON
Nobody who is hired for money can possibly make the same joyful ass of himself as a collegian under strictly amateur momentum.
PIECES OF HATEHEYWOOD BROUN

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