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collegiately

(kəˈliːdʒɪɪtlɪ)
adv
(Education) in a collegiate way
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"Councillor Logue is working collegiately with a Tory party which is taking PS3.9 billion out of social security spend in Scotland over the six years to 2023.
Neffendorf has won six conference championships in nine seasons coaching collegiately, including in each of the last five seasons, and he has coached 15 NAIA pitchers who have signed professional contracts.
University Fancards is known nationwide for its collegiately branded prepaid reloadable cards as well as collegiately branded gift cards for 22 different universities throughout the country.
Altman, a native of Brooklyn, New York, played collegiately as an undergraduate Posse Scholar at Middlebury College, where he was a three-year starter at point guard.
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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.
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.
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