the Honour School of Literae Humaniores, involving the study of Greek and Roman history and literature and philosophy
the final examinations at the end of this course
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How to use Greats in a sentence
More than a few 20th-century acting Greats, we decided, would have thrived on being techno-celebrities.
Food, in large part, is what is currently putting this city up there with the Greats.
Today, Clarksdale's Delta Blues Museum honors all the Greats, including Muddy Waters.
Regardless of where you rank him, however,Cobain has secured a prominent place in the pantheon of music Greats, Cross said.
It paid tribute to the Greats that came before it, all while laughing at itself and chronicling a legendary friendship.I Watched ‘Psych’ For 8 Years and All I Got Was This Lackluster Finale | Chancellor Agard | March 27, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Langham felt a dismal certainty before many weeks were over that Elsmere would miss his First in Greats.Robert Elsmere | Mrs. Humphry Ward
And he thought much that day, this perplexed man, our grandfather with so many "Greats" before the word.The Story of Ab | Stanley Waterloo
Far enough away now seemed Greats and not very alarming Plato and Aristotle at these first tentative encounters.Sinister Street, vol. 2 | Compton Mackenzie
Letitia tried to count how many “Greats” belonged to the ancestors who had first owned these treasures, but it made her dizzy.The Green Door | Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
The ubiquitous cheese of classical Greats, imitated all around the world and back to Italy again.The Complete Book of Cheese | Robert Carlton Brown