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Harvard University, Harvardnoun
a university in Massachusetts
Harvard, John Harvardnoun
American philanthropist who left his library and half his estate to the Massachusetts college that now bears his name (1607-1638)
Any of a number of places named for persons with the surname, including a city in Massachusetts.
A university in Cambridge, MA named after John Harvard, American clergyman and philanthropist.
Etymology: Patronymic surname from a variant of Hereward.
Harvard is a station on the Red Line of the MBTA subway system in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The third-busiest MBTA subway station, Harvard saw 21,868 entries each weekday in 2010, with only Downtown Crossing and South Station being busier. It is also an important transfer point, with subway, bus, and trackless trolley service all connecting to the station.
The numerical value of Harvard in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of Harvard in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
I mean, look at Libya. Look at Iraq. Iraq used to be no terrorists. He (Hussein) would kill the terrorists immediately, which is like now it's the Harvard of terrorism, if you look at Iraq from years ago, I'm not saying he was a nice guy, he was a horrible guy, but it was a lot better than it is right now. Right now, Iraq is a training ground for terrorists. Right now Libya, nobody even knows Libya, frankly there is no Iraq and there is no Libya. It's all broken up. They have no control. Nobody knows what's going on.
Studying literature at Harvard is like learning about women at the Mayo Clinic.
There were some teachers that I ran into who doubted that a girl like me -- a black girl from the south side of Chicago -- should apply to Princeton or could get into Harvard.
Hillary is on her sore loser tour. It started at Harvard where the Hillary campaign blamed everybody for Hillary's lost. And now we have her going through recounts. You know what she needs to do ? She needs to get over it. She lost. Get out of the way and let Donald Trump be Donald Trump.
My mother got a kidney transplant the week before, and my mother and father couldn't be there because of that. We are a very close family, so we gathered together to help honor him in such a special time, we can't wait for Harvard graduation next week and for Brax to start a new chapter in his life and focus on his love for politics.
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