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use "matriculate" in a sentence

He now has a choice to make: should he choose education and try to matriculate to college, or join the demonstrations against apartheid? Upon graduation, 95% of Pope students matriculate into four years colleges or universities.

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called the "matriarch and Queen Mother of Black Dance".

As an educator, matriarch, and community leader, learning to document the Tewa language and writing the stories of Pueblo people remained a central part of martinez's life.

In April 2006, town matriarch Nancy Hughes McClosky was honored by the Women's Guild for her fifty years of service.

It is an improvement on the torgnadr made by Ryll on matriarch Gyrull 's orders.

Her grandmother, who is nice to Sabrina but overbearing to her aunts, visited once or twice, as did her great-aunt Irma, the Spellman family matriarch.

Dunham had one of the most successful dance careers in American and European theater of the 20th century and has been called the matriarch and Queen Mother of Black Dance.

Pride/Clan matriarch: Strongest Female of the Pride or Clan.

The trail leads him to a powerful and extremely wealthy Korean shipping company matriarch and her grandson, and while pursuing them, Pitt uncovers a plot that could lead to the fall of the government of the United States.

They find hundreds of elephants, being led to death by their matriarch, unaware of the fence.

In the last chapter, the family matriarch, Mama Chona, Miguel Grande's mother is portrayed as a beast-like figure.

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