She holds an m.s. in journalism from Columbia University and a B.A. from Cornell University.
m.s.: There had better be a long-term plan, with every client.
Husband has his m.s. in Geotechnical Engineering(Graduated with honors), $30,000 in school debt and works as a janitor.
To the right of the inner doorway are initials m.s., date 1681.
Ravenglass appears from Mr. Sandford's m.s. to have been of old of some importance as a fishing town.
He used neither m.s. nor notes, and his sermon scarcely occupied ten minutes.
Though advantage is taken of the m.s., the sermon is nevertheless preached, and that with considerable expression of manner.
The abbreviation for Massachusetts was then m.s. as is seen by an old dating stamp of that period.
The subsequent remarks relative to the course show that there is here an error in the m.s., or in the original journal.