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" When the degrees are conferred, the name of each person is read out before he is presented to the Vice-Chancellor. The proctor then walks once up and down the room, so that any person who objects to the degree being granted may signify the same by pulling... "
Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen - Page 164
1857
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The Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green, an Oxford Freshman, Volume 1

Cuthbert Bede - 1853 - 118 pages
...his glory; and so agreeable were the pro-ceedings, that altogether he had a great deal of Bliss.f * When the degrees are conferred, the name of each person...same by pulling or " plucking" the proctor's robes. This has been occasionally done by tradesmen in order to obtain payment of their " little bills;" but...
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The adventures of Mr. Verdant Green, an Oxford freshman

Cuthbert Bede - 1853 - 118 pages
...his glory ; and so agreeable were the proceedings, that altogether he had a great deal of Bliss.f * When the degrees are conferred, the name of each person...same by pulling or " plucking" the proctor's robes. This has been occasionally done by tradesmen in order to obtain payment of their " little bills;" but...
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The adventures of mr. Verdant Green, by Cuthbert Bede

Edward Bradley - 1853
...altogether he had a great deal of Bliss.f * When the degrees are conferred, the name of each pel-son is read out before he is presented to the Vice-Chancellor....same by pulling or " plucking" the proctor's robes. This has been occasionally done by tradesmen, in order to obtain payment of their " little bills ;"...
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The Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green, an Oxford Freshman, Volume 1

Cuthbert Bede - 1853 - 118 pages
...his glory; and so agreeable were the proceedings, that altogether he had a great deal of Bliss, f * When the degrees are conferred, the name of each person is read out before ho is presented to the Vice-Chancellor. The proctor then walks once up and down the room, so that any...
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The Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green: An Oxford Freshman

Cuthbert Bede - College students - 1857 - 118 pages
...his glory ; and so agreeable were the proceedings, that altogether he had a great deal of Bliss.f * When the degrees are conferred, the name of each person...same by pulling or " plucking" the proctor's robes. This has been occasionally done by tradesmen, in order to obtain payment of their " little bills ;"...
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The Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green, Volumes 1-3

Cuthbert Bede - 1860 - 350 pages
...his glory; and so agreeable were the proceedings, that altogether he had a great deal of Bliss.f * When the degrees are conferred, the name of each person...to the Vice-Chancellor. The proctor then walks once nli and down the room, so that any person who objects to the degree being granted may signify the same...
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Englisch-deutsches Supplement-lexikon: als Ergänzung zu allen bis jetzt ...

Alexander Hoppe - English language - 1871 - 480 pages
...2)2angcIS an ben gctyimgen Jfenntmffen)". SSgl. Cuthbert Bede, the Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green, c. 7 : When the degrees are conferred, the name of each person...same by pulling or "plucking" the proctor's robes. (B.) — $u bemerlen jtnb bie Ser= btnbungcn mit for. FJH p. 343 : to be plucked for the Little-go....
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Englisch-deutsches Supplement-lexikon: als Ergänzung zu allen bis jetzt ...

Alexander Hoppe - English language - 1871 - 480 pages
...are conferred, the name of each person is read out, before he is presented to the Vice -Chancellor. The proctor then walks once up and down the room so...same by pulling or "plucking" the proctor's robes. (B.) — Яц bemeríen ftnb bie Sen binbungen mit for. FJH p. 343 : to be plucked for the Little-go....
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Englisch-deutsches supplementlexikon: als ergänzung zu allen bis jetzt ...

A. Hoppe - Englisch - 1871 - 480 pages
...Siangcls an ben gehörigen Äenntniffcn)". SSgl. CuMcrt Bede, the Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green, c. 7: When the degrees are conferred, the name of each person is read out, before he is presented to the Vice -Chancellor. The proctor then walks once up and down the room so that any person who objects to...
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A Dictionary of Slang, Jargon & Cant: Embracing English, American ..., Volume 2

Albert Barrère, Charles Godfrey Leland - Cant - 1890
...use, to reject a candidate for examination. "When the degrees are conferred," says Cuthbert Bede, ' ' the name of each person is read out before he is presented...same by pulling or plucking the proctor's robes." Plug (university), explained by quotation. Getting up his subjects by the aid of those royal roads...
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