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Baccalaureate  n.  
The degree of bachelor of arts (B.A. or A.B.), the first or lowest academical degree conferred by universities and colleges.
A baccalaureate sermon. (U.S.)

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"Baccalaureate" Quotes from Famous Books

... another in space. The one called Joy and Power was delivered in Los Angeles, California, at the opening of the Presbyterian General Assembly, May 21, 1903. The one called The Battle of Life was delivered on Baccalaureate Sunday at Princeton University, June 7. The one called The Good Old Way was delivered on Baccalaureate Sunday at Harvard University, June 14. At the time, I was thinking chiefly of the different qualities and needs of the people to whom I had to speak. This will account for some ...
— Joy & Power • Henry van Dyke

Words linked to "Baccalaureate" :   BD, academic degree, ThB, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Science in Engineering, BMus, ABLS, BS, BNS, Bachelor of Divinity, commencement exercise, degree, Bachelor of Medicine, BSArch, commencement ceremony, graduation, Bachelor of Literature, discourse, sb, Artium Baccalaurens

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