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CLGCollege
CLGCommunities and Local Government (UK)
CLGCeiling
CLGCitizens for Legitimate Government
CLGCircuit Level Gateway
CLGCompany Limited by Guarantee (corporate structure; UK and Ireland)
CLGCircuit Level Gateway (computing)
CLGCorporate Law Group (India)
CLGCounter Logic Gaming (gaming clan)
CLGCommunity Liaison Group
CLGCarlson Leisure Group (travel; Minneapolis, MN)
CLGCumann Lúthchleas Gael (Club of the Gaelic Athletic Association)
CLGCollagenase
CLGContinuous Learning Group (Pittsburgh, PA)
CLGCalling Line
CLGChange to Lower Grade (civilian personnel)
CLGCentral Leading Group (China)
CLGConsejo de Lectura de Guatemala (Spanish)
CLGCargo Loading Manual (TMINS)
CLGCivilian Labor Group
CLGChemiluminigram
CLGLight Cruiser, Guided Missile
CLGCabinetized Line Gateway
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"Here it is that we teach the youth of our great land scientific College Athletics--in all their purity."
They followed him to a big field back of the college building, where several hundred young Ozites were at their classes.
By the time he was eighteen he had finished his College course and received a commission as lieutenant in an aristocratic regiment of the Guards.
One night a great storm blew over Lyvern, and those young ladies at Alton College who were afraid of lightning, said their prayers with some earnestness.
Well, Anne, I hear you've given up your notion of going to college. I was real glad to hear it.
Jasper Bell said she hoped I wouldn't let college spoil me, as it did some people; and I felt in my bones that the end of my four Redmond years would see me a most insufferable creature, thinking I knew it all, and looking down on everything and everybody in Avonlea; Mrs.
And now, when he was feeling miserable, lonely, desolate an old college friend wrote to him begging him to come to London.
Then I realised that the crest of Maybury Hill must be within range of the Martians" Heat- Ray now that the college was cleared out of the way.
Eustace very frankly called the view from my hill top tame; and so, no doubt, it was, after rough, broken, rugged, headlong Berkshire, and especially the northern parts of the county, with which his college residence had made him familiar.
At college his career was of course highly creditable.
While still a child, his father had cloistered him in the college of Torchi in the University.
I hope that the list of available inexpensive editions of the chief authors may suggest a practical method of providing the material, especially for colleges which can provide enough copies for class use.