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postgraduate
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Atlas Shrugged
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  • They were sitting at the back of the classroom-I was giving a special course for postgraduate students, so difficult a course that few outsiders ever ventured to attend these particular lectures.
  • John intended to be an inventor, which meant that he was to be a physicist; he was to take his postgraduate course under Robert Stadler.
  • Neither did I John came back for his postgraduate course in physics.

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  • Teachers are paid more if they have a postgraduate degree.
  • How can someone pursuing a postgraduate degree in American literature display such abominable English-language skills?
    John Green  --  The Fault in Our Stars

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