The summer after graduation, he met singer Grace Jones in Sydney and things took a sharp turn.
Her mother stood before a TV news camera with the graduation photo that to her was the real Gakirah Barnes.
The next day, he presented me with my graduation present—a typewriter, four of whose keys had been removed.
Days before my graduation some 25 years ago, I asked my Indian-American parents when they planned to arrive for the big event.
After graduation, Adebiyi intends to return to his native Nigeria to become a career entrepreneur.
These petroleum lamps do not give much light, but the graduation of the light is easily effected with them.
The age of graduation is usually from seventeen to twenty-five or even more.
Similarly, all intermediate ranks stand half a degree short of the graduation bearing the same number.
Alas, graduation had its tragic as well as its happy aspects!
The studies named above are not completed when the teacher has passed out of the training class with a certificate of graduation.
early 15c., in alchemy, "tempering, refining of something to a certain degree; measurement according to the four degrees of a quality," from graduate (n.). General sense of "dividing into degrees" is from 1590s; meaning "action of receiving or giving an academic degree" is from early 15c.; in reference to the ceremony where a degree is given, from 1818.