enrol

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  • They must also be enrolled full-time at a college or university.
  • This is where most of the enrolled members of the nation live today.
  • We cannot enrol these people under our religion, because we have not got one. Cited from The New Jerusalem, by G. K. Chesterton
  • Though her father wanted her to become a lawyer she enrolled in theatre school.
  • He spent some time at sea and took secondary education before enrolling in higher education.
  • Since he did not have one it only followed that he failed to enrol.
  • The university has been enrolling post-graduate international students for several years as well.
  • The next year a new wing was constructed due to the large number students enrolling.
  • His mother enrolled him in dancing and acting school at an early age.
  • And all went to enrol themselves, every one to his own city. Cited from His Life, by William E. Barton, Theodore G. Soares, and Sydney Strong
  • Instead of enrolling at such a young age, he continued with his studies for three more years.
  • These students must be enrolled full-time, degree seeking, and in good academic standing.
  • The school provides access to financial aid services for families who show interest in enrolling their children.
  • Many students left and were enrolled in the local common school or a recently re-opened private school for boys.
  • Like most members of his family, Michael was enrolled in the military.
  • Instead of working after graduating, as his parents wanted, he enrolled in college.
  • In addition, students may also enrol in one or more of the special programs listed below.
  • His parents enrolled him in acting classes to distance him from the dangerous children with whom he associated.
  • According to government data, one-tenth of students are enrolled in private schools.
  • The University subsequently abandoned that degree program without ever enrolling any students.
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