|college for trainee ministers||divinity school|
|1 of 3 college terms, period of 3 months, period of three months, one of the three terms into which something is divided (academic year, pregnancy)||trimester|
|2-year nonresidential college||community college|
|a president, especially of a college or university||prexy; prex|
|academic administrator, college adviser or rule enforcer||dean|
|access to college regardless of grades, open enrollment||open admissions|
|acquired in school or college, ceremonious; conventional; according to custom; stiff; strict; symmetrical; requiring fancy dress, clothes, conventionally correct, elegant to wear, important occasion, methodical, not familiar in style, occasion which re...||formal|
|agate, agricultural school, agricultural student, one who is studying at a college or university which specializes in agriculture (Informal)||aggie|
|agricultural college, small rural college||cow college|
|aid giver, clerical servant, person that ministers, helping, ministering; attending, religious minister||ministrant|
|any institution of learning; group of people influenced by a common master or system of thought; system; faculty, academic department; large group of fish or sea mammals, artists or writers sharing same approach, building for teaching children, college...||school|
|appoint somebody, establish, found, set up; begin, initiate, start, institution, foundation, organization which provides a certain service or supports a particular cause; college which specializes in a particular field or area of instruction (i.e. art)...||institute|
|bachelor of commerce; graduate of university studies in trade and sales, before Christ; suffix used on dates to show that an event occurred before the birth of Christ, Boston College; large private college located in Chestnut Hill (Massachusetts, USA),...||BC|
|BC, large private college located in Chestnut Hill (Massachusetts, USA)||Boston College|
|beginner, inexperienced person, trainee, novitiate, religious student||novice|
|bench for political leadership, long seat in the British Parliament where ministers and Opposition leaders sit||front bench|
|body of clergy, British school, college building or buildings, council; institution of higher education that grants degrees, faculty and students of college, institution of higher learning, part of British university, professional body, university scho...||college|
|brothel, building for animals, business operation, college or university residence hall, community dwelling, contain, curling target, division of the zodiac, family line, gambling casino, give somewhere to live, legislative group, mansion, occupants of...||house|
|building where chapter meets, college meeting place||chapter house|
|cancel a choice (Computers), let trainee go, remove selection||deselect|
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