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theological college

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Religion, College
theological collegetheoˈlogical ˌcollege British English, theological seminary American English noun [countable]  RRSECa college for training people to become priests or church ministers
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theological collegeA theological college is a narrow world, frequently compared to a greenhouse.The remainder train for three years at theological college.At theological college, near Oxford, the docility of most of the wives of other students irritated Anna.In 1960 he was appointed principal of Cuddesdon theological college, near Oxford.I had been four years at an evangelical theological college but no one had ever put it like that to me.
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