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swirling

swirling  n.— «Swirling—attending multiple institutions in state and out of state.» —“South Dakota Education Policy Briefing” by Cheryl D. Blanco South Dakota Board of Regents (Pierre, S.D.) Jan. 15, 2003...

swirling

swirling n. achieving a higher education degree via enrollment at two or more institutions, either simultaneously or consecutively. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

swirling

swirling  n.— «There are “swirling” transfers—students who are enrolled in two or more schools simultaneously.» —“College Credit Mobility” by Jerome Sullivan in Committee on House Education and the...

swirling

swirling  n.— «While they may not return immediately, they will return to us over a period of time. And by us it may not necessarily be Rio Salado. It could be any of our sister colleges or the public or private universities in the area...

FSMism

FSMism  n.— «Bobby Henderson…conceived the Flying Spaghetti Monster as the fount of a new religion. Now, his parody deity is gaining eager adherents through the Internet.…And he wrote to the Kansas Board of Education...

rocket surgery

rocket surgery n. a task requiring intelligence or higher education; a difficult undertaking. Editorial Note: Often used jocularly in negative constructions similar to “It’s not rocket surgery.” Etymological Note: A blend of rocket...

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