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Schools

/ (skuːlz) /
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pl n
the Schools the medieval Schoolmen collectively
(at Oxford University)
  1. the Examination Schools, the University building in which examinations are held
  2. informal the Second Public Examination for the degree of Bachelor of Arts; finals
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