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collegiate in Education topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcollegiatecol‧le‧gi‧ate /kəˈliːdʒiət/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 SErelating to college or a college 🔊 collegiate sports2 SEa collegiate university is one that is organized into separate colleges
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collegiateThe Commissioners are politically appointed and as a collegiate body establish policy priorities separate from those of the Council.The composer first occurs during 1476/7, as a lay clerk of the choir of Holy Trinity collegiate church, Arundel.It is dominated by its minster, the collegiate church of St Peter and St Paul.In collegiate circles, sports are divided into non-revenue and revenue categories quite blatantly.The U. S. Postal Service has a rule book the size of a collegiate dictionary.He won the Heisman Trophy as the nation's top collegiate football player.He became only the second coach in history to win both a collegiate national championship and a Super Bowl title.But collegiate relationships dissolve mostly because of relocation.It has parallels with the cathedral and collegiate traditions.a collegiate university