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Ful•bright

(ˈfʊlˌbraɪt)

n.
1. (James) William, 1905–95, U.S. senator 1945–74.
2.
a. a grant awarded under the provisions of the Fulbright Act.
b. a person who receives such a grant.
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Noun1.Fulbright - United States senator who is remembered for his creation of grants that fund exchange programs of teachers and students between the United States and other countries (1905-1995)
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Wyoming's Casper College anthropology instructor Barbara Mueller, chair of the school's Anthropology Department and director of International Education, is headed to Romania as a Fulbright Scholar for the spring 2011 semester.
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Norton Rose Fulbright today announced the expansion of its public finance practice by 17 lawyers, including six partners, located in New York, Washington, DC and San Francisco, which marks the global law firm's entrance into the Northern California market.