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Ph.D
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  • He was a Bachelor of Arts of Blodgett College, and a Doctor of Philosophy in economics of Yale.
  • —I’m no Ph.D. like Littlefield, and no poet, and I haven’t anything to spring!
  • On the other side of Babbitt lived Howard Littlefield, Ph.D., in a strictly modern house whereof the lower part was dark red tapestry brick, with a leaded oriel, the upper part of pale stucco like spattered clay, and the roof red-tiled.
  • The guests were Howard Littlefield, the doctor of philosophy who furnished publicity and comforting economics to the Street Traction Company; Vergil Gunch, the coal-dealer, equally powerful in the Elks and in the Boosters’ Club; Eddie Swanson the agent for the Javelin Motor Car, who lived across the street; and Orville Jones, owner of the Lily White Laundry, which justly announced itself "the biggest, busiest, bulliest cleanerie shoppe in Zenith."

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  • She is a research scientist who earned her Ph.D in physics.
  • "He has a Ph.D. —" started Helen.
    Gish Jen  --  Typical American

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