commercial college

commercial college

n
(Education) a college providing tuition in commercial skills, such as shorthand and book-keeping
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commercial college

nistituto commerciale
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After graduating from Flandreau High School in 1936, Mildred attended Mankato Commercial College. She was employed at Union Public Service Company, Woodward's and Anthony's Clothing Stores and Dr.
Responding to the calling-attention notice of Nusrat Bano Sahar Abbasi of the PML-F regarding illegal occupation of the plot of Khairpur Commercial College by some influential persons, Education Minister Dahar said the education department had taken its notice and filed a petition in the court of senior civil judge whose hearing was due in two or three days.
After completing his MA, he taught at Government Commercial College. He migrated to East Pakistan in 1947, in the wake of partition, and joined Chittagong Commerce College.
At that time we lived one and a-half miles from the German border and I was catching up on homework for the commercial college, as I had neglected it during the long holiday.
She started doing a typing course at Anfield Commercial College, and by 16 she had taken up a job as a typist at the BICC cable firm, on Stanley Street.
Contract Award for: Tiles to Library and Women Common Room and Overall Repair and Renovation Works in Kushtia City College, Kushtia (Former Commercial College) at Sadar, Kushtia.
I SAW THE different girls in uniform and I thought: 'Oh, I'd love to do that!' when I was about halfway through my stenography course [at Union Commercial College in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island].
Franz Gertze, Chief Executive Officer of NQA, said that the NQA has accredited five privately owned Namibian training providers that offer ICM programmes, ILSA Independent College, Monitronics Success College, Ondangwa Commercial College, Triumphant College and Katutura Community College."
He was born Anthony Mills Smith in 1933, in the Yardley Wood/Warstock area of Birmingham and I believe that he joined Sparkhill Commercial College in 1947 for a two-year course.
He was born Anthony Mills Smith in 1933, in the Yardley Wood/ Warstock area of Birmingham and I believe that he joined Sparkhill Commercial College in 1947 for a two year course.
Hicks attended Lowell State College and Lowell Commercial College, receiving a certificate in accounting.
| A REUNION is being planned for previous students who attended Lyndhurst Commercial College (Mrs Bond) during Year 1951-52.

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