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- square academic cap, graduate cap, cap, mortarboard (because of its similarity in appearance to the mortarboard used by brickmasons to hold mortar) or...
- Mortar methods, discretization methods for partial differential equations Mortarboard, a type of headwear worn as part of academic dress Mortar Board, a national...
- university chapters. Academic regalia typically consist of a headgear (mortarboard, Tudor bonnet, or John Knox cap), robe, and hood. Until the 1930s, Canadian...
- Favorite Authors". The Barnes & Noble Book Blog. Retrieved May 9, 2013. Mortarboard 1988. Barnard College. 1988. p. 181. "Lauren Graham: Acting Is Being...
- low type in black velvet, called mortier (also rendered in English as mortarboard), was used by the président à mortier, president of a parlement (the...
- academic cap as part of academic dress before it developed into the modern mortarboard as it is known today. The cap is named after Bishop Andrewes who may...
- either to wear or to carry the mortarboard. From Hilary 2008, they are now, like men, required to carry their mortarboards when at university ceremonies...
- is traditional for faculty members to wear a soft tam or traditional mortarboard instead. The biretta also sometimes appears among holders of theology...
- red as far as the visible parts are concerned. Square academic cap (mortarboard), covered with black cloth, the t****els of black silk. (Although specified...
- master's caps for commencement and other formal ceremonies were of the mortarboard-style or the square academic cap described in university bulletins or...
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