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grad

noun as in graduate

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Right now, my life is mostly classical because I teach grad students who are going to be conductors.

The Naval Postgraduate School, a grad institution for Naval officers and others, is the first place to put one of these massive Xerox machines into service.

Kalita interviews 20-year old P-TECH grad Shekinah Griffith.

From Fortune

Navigating the job hunt during Covid was already very difficult because hospitals were on hiring freezes, and many just didn’t have a budget to train new nursing grads.

From Vox

Fresh out of grad school in 2015, Amber Nichols was looking for a job in the NBA and life experience that would force her to grow.

Terry Castle has this great book called The Professor, which came out after I was in grad school.

Susli, the one-time chemistry grad student, started helping Lloyd and Postol with research into hexamine.

Luckily for the Harvard grad, it was his last week at the internship.

Soldiers said they were attacked with artillery, tanks, mortars and Grad missiles.

Ukrainian Grad rocket salvos and artillery have them on edge.

Then he shook her stiffly by the hand and, turning away, devoted himself to the post-grad.

Dad teaches in Berkeley three days a week, working with a few grad students in the library science program.

In 1995, they represented a Berkeley mathematics grad student called Dan Bernstein in court.

An old grad fell backward off the bleachers, barely escaping a broken neck.

And now,” a big burly grad, wearing a tall paper hat exclaimed, “we shall proceed to pass the basket.

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On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to grad, such as: alum, alumna, alumnus, doctor, recipient, and baccalaureate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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