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junior college

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: College
junior collegeˌjunior ˈcollege noun [countable, uncountable]  SECa college in the US or Canada where students take a course of study that continues for two years syn community college
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junior collegeJunior Dan Nash, a 6-0 junior college transfer from Pierce College, is the setter.It was a great gallery for a junior college.A junior college recruit she had great hopes for is not coming along fast enough.Two rows behind the bench sits a sweet-faced junior college girl who just announced her intention to play for Oregon next year.Cal has only one other kicker in junior college transfer Tim Wolleck, whom Brache beat out during fall camp.Since 1961, the new junior college had been making do with the evening hours at Chula Vista High School.In Quebec, this was adapted to cover late secondary, junior college, and university work.Four defensive starters are freshmen, two others are sophomores, and another is a first-year junior college transfer.
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