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  • It would still remain a private two-year liberal arts school despite the name change.
  • The four-year liberal arts college also operated a law school.
  • The school grew into a junior college and then into a full four year liberal arts college.
  • He believed that liberal arts material was important in teacher education.
  • Federal City College was created as a four-year liberal arts college.
  • The main party in this group is the centre-right Liberal Party.
  • It can also refer to studies on a liberal arts degree program.
  • The federal seat is held by the centre-right Liberal Party.
  • The federal seat is held by the centre right Liberal Party.
  • This marked the end of the last all-Liberal government.
  • This was considered liberal at the time but excluded all women and most men.
  • As a Liberal, he continued to campaign for free trade.
  • It was also only the second college in the nation to grant four-year liberal arts degrees to women.
  • Cambridge has been ranked as one of the most liberal cities in America.
  • In his early youth he was a conservative and later a radical left-wing liberal.
  • It was a liberal piece of legislation, and offered extensive language and cultural rights.
  • Business regulations are now among the most liberal in the region.
  • The liberal arts education prepares the student for higher education at a university.
  • Liberal arts colleges are found in all parts of the world.
  • The Liberals were to remain out of office for the next ten years.
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Meaning of Liberal

  • noun A person who favors a political philosophy of progress and reform and the protection of civil liberties
  • noun A person who favors an economic theory of laissez-faire and self-regulating markets
  • adjective Tolerant of change; not bound by authoritarianism, orthodoxy, or tradition