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He took his doctorate degree in 1868, then went to Berlin, and later to Gttingen where he assisted in editing Plcker's works.
THE MYSTERY OF SPACEROBERT T. BROWNE
After the death of Nicholas V he went to Paris, lectured there for a time and was crowned with the doctorate.
THE POPES AND SCIENCEJAMES J. WALSH
If a man had been through the mill of the Doctorate, however, he received a certificate as a dreamer.
Before he was twenty-one his learning had gained for him a doctorate in philosophy.
On festive occasions, however, he fastened to the back of his coat collar a fluttering band denoting his doctorate.
He might obtain the doctorate in both branches of law in ten years (Rashdall i. 221-222).
For the doctorate in law, a thesis and two oral examinations are required.
Some old folk could remember the Doctor's father, who never attained to the Doctorate, but was a commanding personage.
Organist at Bristol in his youth, he was graduated at Cambridge and in 1825 received the doctorate of music from that University.
THE STORY OF THE HYMNS AND TUNESTHERON BROWN AND HEZEKIAH BUTTERWORTH
The courses extend over three years and lead to a doctorate.

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