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studenty

(ˈstjuːdəntɪ)
adj
informal sometimes derogatory denoting or exhibiting the characteristics believed typical of an undergraduate student
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Sarauskis, Aleksandras Stulginskis University, Studenty 11, 53361 Akademija, Kaunas district, Lithuania, E-mail: egidijus.
The DJs and midweek pre- club nights tend to pull in a mix of studenty types so it's quite happening.
Very generally, the Mock The Week audience is more studenty, whereas Radio 4 the average age is 54 or something ridiculous.
Kaunas University of Technology, Studenty 56, LT-51424 Kaunas, Lithuania, E-mail: aurelijus.
Mazov, "Afrikanskie studenty v Moskve v god Afriki (po arkhivnym materialam)," Vostok, no.
This is quite a studenty area and can get loud at night but it's usually leafy and nice.
24) Aleksandr Arefyev and Franz Sheregi, Inostrannye studenty v rossiiskih vuzah [Foreign Students in Russian Universities] (Moscow: Russian Ministry of Education and Science, 2014), p.
Predmetem verejn zakzky je pojiten majetku zadavatele, pojiten odpovednosti zadavatele za kodu a cestovn pojiten pro zamestnance a studenty zadavatele.
The main attraction at Rock is their range of burgers, which go with the studenty feel of the bar.
Nestling comfortably between the bohemian Moseley, studenty Selly Oak, Stirchley and Billesley, Kings Heath has an urban village feel - it even has its own purpose-built village square, which is the focus of events such as the monthly farmers' market, the craft market and the Brum Yum Yum street food event.
Libanska, Alena: Konzervator Jana Deyla a stfedniskola pro zrakovepostizene'v Braze: Subkultura "Deyldk" jako motivace pro indikovane studenty k budoucimu profesiondlnimu hudebnictvi [The Jan Deyl Conservatory and Secondary School for the Visually Impaired: The "Deyl" subculture as motivation for indicated students for future professional musicianship).