cap and gown

cap and gown

The mortarboard and robe traditionally worn during academic ceremonies, especially graduation. All graduates need to be here in cap and gown at 9 AM tomorrow.
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cap and gown

the academic cap or mortarboard and the robe worn in formal academic ceremonies. We all had to rent cap and gown for graduation. I appeared wearing my cap and gown, but I had shorts on underneath because it gets so hot at that time of year.
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cap and gown

Ceremonial dress worn at graduation exercises; by extension, the academic community (also see town and gown. For example, Mary was very proud) when she received her cap and gown for commencement. [Mid-1800s]
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The most conspicuous article in her attire was an ample checkered linen apron, which almost covered her skirt; and nothing could be plainer or less noticeable than her cap and gown, for there was no weakness of which she was less tolerant than feminine vanity, and the preference of ornament to utility.
students donned cap and gown for a graduation ceremony with a difference - on rollercoaster.
In response to the June 5 article, "Should 8th graders wear the cap and gown?", I believe that wearing only the gown but no cap is most appropriate.
The Encino, California native was clad in a blue cap and gown on the big day, as he earned a bachelor's degree in business administration.
In 1893, Leonard published an article in University Magazine entitled "The Cap and Gown in America." Three years later, his work was reprinted in booklet form with illustrations and included descriptions of the various styles of academic dress used throughout the United States prior to the turn of the twentieth century.
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A baby boy born at 22 weeks in our Level 3 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) recently 'graduated.' We love the cap and gown! Cullen's mother, Molli Potter, took to Facebook last Aug.
Kim attended the ceremony at Venue Cymru, Llandudno, along with her family and her three-year old grandson Malachi, who was dressed in full cap and gown so that he could look like his gran!
A BIRMINGHAM pensioner has finally donned her cap and gown - more than 30 YEARS after graduating.
Parents came to watch the events, where teacher Lindsey Robinson wore a cap and gown and awarded the children, who wore caps, with scrolls.
Gaspard, which operates under the Artneedle, Willsie and University Cap and Gown brands, will remain headquartered in Winnipeg, Canada and continue to be led by current president and chief executive officer David Blatt.
Don Miyada, 89, walked with the Class of 2014 at Newport Harbor High School - 72 years after he was denied his own cap and gown. Miyada was 17 when he was sent with more than 17,000 other detainees to a camp in the Arizona desert shortly after the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
She was photographed sitting and walking next to a woman who was wearing a cap and gown. The same woman, who was older than Watson and her fellow graduates, was later seen escorting Watson without a cap and gown and with a holstered weapon, a badge and other equipment.
"Right now I am pursuing graduate studies C* I think that if I am determined to find a job in Lebanon, I will get employed," Shqeir said, as he adjusted his cap and gown.