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[attributive] Relating to or designed to achieve a doctorate.‘a doctoral dissertation’
- ‘My doctoral dissertation was on the topic of the value of saving lives.’
- ‘She also supervised the doctoral dissertations of more than 20 students.’
- ‘This book, developed from a doctoral thesis, belongs to the Oxford Historical Monographs series.’
- ‘Paul returned to Paris briefly to defend his doctoral thesis in October 1930, and then went back to Hamburg.’
- ‘In 1929 Wittgenstein returned to Cambridge where he submitted the Tractatus as his doctoral thesis.’
- ‘He completed work on his doctoral thesis and was awarded a Ph.D. in 1945.’
- ‘As it turns out, one purpose of my doctoral dissertation is to do exactly that.’
- ‘I am doing my doctoral dissertation on the art and practice of hand knitting for women.’
- ‘He was the supervisor of 39 doctoral dissertations and over 500 master's theses.’
- ‘Chekhov hoped to use the results of his research for his doctoral dissertation.’
- ‘His doctoral thesis, and all his earlier publications, concerned applications of analysis to mechanics.’
- ‘This larger study subsequently became the subject of my doctoral thesis.’
- ‘His doctoral thesis, submitted to the University of Nancy, was on continuity of functions of a complex variable.’
- ‘He studied at the University of Berlin under Planck, writing his doctoral dissertation in 1897.’
- ‘His first class doctoral thesis was on the place of sacrifice in the Ibo religion.’
- ‘I told her she had just done two-thirds of a doctoral dissertation.’
- ‘After submitting his doctoral thesis to Columbia University, he was awarded his Ph.D. in 1954.’
- ‘This book began as a doctoral dissertation, a genre predicated on solitary effort.’
- ‘The present article is in part based on material drawn from my doctoral dissertation.’
- ‘Research proposals submitted for a Masters or doctoral thesis will not be accepted.’
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