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Origin of dissertation
OTHER WORDS FROM dissertationdis·ser·ta·tion·al, adjectivedis·ser·ta·tion·ist, noun
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH dissertationdissertation , thesis
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Example sentences from the Web for dissertation
My buba’s lived experience helped shape me into the girl who wrote her college dissertation on the gender pay gap, arguing for equal parental leave for dads and moms, almost 20 years before any major employer implemented any such thing.Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing feels like millions of women have lost their bubbie|jakemeth|September 22, 2020|Fortune
In her dissertation, McFate had asked whether ‘good anthropology’ might lead to ‘better killing.’
Heritage has distanced itself from Richwine and his dissertation.Immigrants’ IQ Lower, Wrote Coathor of Heritage Foundation Report|Jamelle Bouie|May 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
His hilarious parody-fable, “A Dissertation Upon Roast Pig,” traces the supposed genesis of that culinary delicacy.
It seems to me that every book reminds me of writing a dissertation.
He surely was only offering to help out a student with her dissertation when he gave her his card.
Did he think, now, the Bible Society would care to have a dissertation on the two conflicting points?Egholm and his God|Johannes Buchholtz
Sam and his father both tried then to give Jill a dissertation on tithes.Jill's Red Bag|Amy Le Feuvre
The signatures and pagination of the Poems and the Dissertation are different.
There was among the company a man from Adelaide, a learned mineralogist, who commenced a dissertation on the origin of gold.The Book of the Bush|George Dunderdale
"Your dissertation has brought you honor, they tell me," she said, looking at him critically.Unfinished Portraits|Jennette Lee