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collegiately

(kəˈliːdʒɪɪtlɪ)
adv
(Education) in a collegiate way
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Beard was a three-time all-area soccer player for Vernon Hills High who went on to play collegiately at Winona State University in Minnesota.
Slauson, who will need surgery, graduated from Sweet Home High School and played collegiately at Nebraska.
Some of the benefits include guidelines that drive clinical practice, collegiately between nurses and their peers; educational opportunities; and research that ultimately creates better patient outcomes.
We will be able to continue to work collegiately and closely with Sir Alan as we embark with the UK in the negotiations in months and years to come in order to deliver the key factors that are important for Gibraltar as the UK leaves the European Union'.
He played collegiately and very successfully at Rice and Oregon before being selected by the Sixers.
Rodgers, who played collegiately at Cal, was a third-round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft.
Collegiately, Kizer played baseball at Glendale Community College in Arizona, the University of Washington, and Western Oregon University.
The Dominicans will be led by Francisco Garcia, a Houston Rockets guard who starred at the University of Louisville and James Feldeine, guard who played collegiately at Quinnipiac University.
Williams played collegiately at Auburn University and represented Team USA in two Walker Cups.
Rimmer, a former chief executive of Huddersfield, said: "This appointment is a huge honour for me and I look forward to continuing to work collaboratively and collegiately with all of our clubs and stakeholders to make the sport the best it can possibly be.
The bureau decides collegiately on the projects and expenditure connected to those projects.
Thus teaching conform and grow work collegiately and becomes competitive; what the large gain job satisfaction teachers no longer share multinational through developing ideas.
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