colleger

colleger

(ˈkɒlɪdʒə)
n
(Education) a member of a college
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Michael's Colleger, earning an undergraduate degree in humanities and music history in 1983.
Setsuo Miyazawa is a faculty member of Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan, and University of California, Hastings Colleger of the Law in San Francisco.
Animal Farm, Kidderminster Colleger Performing Arts Students, Rose Theatre, Kidderminster (July 6 & 7).
IRELAND A squad: Backs: B O'Meara (Cork Constitution), T Tierney (Shannon), E Elwood (Galwegians), E Farrell (Blackrock Colleger), K Keane (Garryowen), J Kelly (Cork Constitution), G Murphy (Leicester), T Howe (Dungannon), A N Other, D Crotty (Garryowen).
The cultivation of scientists at women's collegers. Journal of NIN Research.
The strange game, played every St Andrew's Day by two teams of 10 Eton pupils, took place between Harry's side, the Oppidans (sporty chaps), and the Collegers (more studious chaps).
Harry was selected for Oppidans, the non-scholars team, to take on the Collegers - the scholars.
Two sides - the sporting Oppidans and Collegers (scholarship pupils) - try to get the ball into the other team's goal (Calx), which is the size of a door.
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