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You are quite right in wishing that I should some day become a licentiate and sub-monitor in the college of Torchi.
He had actually completed the necessary legal studies, and was now Licentiate of Laws.
THE YOUTH OF GOETHEPETER HUME BROWN
The examinations for the degree of Keujin (or licentiate) takes place at the principal city of each province once in three years.
TEN GREAT RELIGIONSJAMES FREEMAN CLARKE
My youth lies buried about here under every heather-bush, like the soul of the licentiate Lucius.
ST. IVESROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
A person of the same name was a Licentiate at St. Andrews in 1501.
Completing his education, he became a licentiate of law, and in 1785 was sworn in as an advocate of the Parliament of Paris.
How Cortes receives a letter from the licentiate Zuazo out of the Havannah, and of its contents.
After securing her baccalaureate and licentiate in Paris, she applied for admission as a student to the Paris observatory.
WOMAN IN SCIENCEJOHN AUGUSTINE ZAHM
From the University he received the title of Licentiate of Law in 1895.
THE KATIPUNANJ. BRECKNOCK WATSON (AKA FRANCIS ST. CLAIR)
After this resolution had been engrossed in the register, the licentiate Ortiz retired to his own house, being indisposed.

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