doctorand

doctorand

(ˈdɒktərænd)
n
a student working towards a doctorate
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Appliance, Rainbow International, Aire Serv, Glass Doctorand Five Star Painting.
The doctorand the market: about the influence of market reforms onthe professional medical ethics of surgeons and generalpractitioners in the Netherlands.
Doctorand buget al Universitatii din Craiova, Facultatea de Stiinte Sociale, Catedra de Istorie, prin Proiectul POSDRU/6/1.
During this rampage, gangs of immigrants cursed out principals, fought police, and attacked anyone in the street bearing the slightest resemblance to a doctorand, according the Tribune, this meant anyone in a pair of spectacles.
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And every morning, what seems like the combined teams of Changing Rooms, House Doctorand Better Homesare suddenly galvanised into action at last.
THE first Scots Doctor Who, Sylvester McCoy, reckons David Tennant will have the Timelord of his life as the ninth doctorAnd the 62-year-old, from Dunoon,who was the seventh doctor, laughed: 'We're taking over again.
Add to these complaints the unsavoury fact that, in 1998, you might find yourself paying a tenner to visit your doctorand it spells disaster.
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