RE: Graduated... or graduated from?

Subject: RE: Graduated... or graduated from?
From: "Gerald Bourguignon" <gbourguignon -at- johnstonmadvac -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 27 Jun 2005 11:08:20 -0400

Graduated, but not with honors...

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Subject: RE: Graduated... or graduated from?

Phillip St. James was sorely tried by:

> Is this simply a matter of taste and style?
> What is the proper spoken usage of the verb graduate in US
> English? Why is
> there such a disparity here ? Does anyone know for sure?

Have you asked on CE-L? They'd be sure to have learned
opinions on the matter... I think I saw the discussion go
by, several months ago, but can't remember the outcome...

Anyway, if Geoff H. chimes in here, you won't need to
go to the editors' list. :-)



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