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School of Optometry optometry (ŏptŏm`ətrē), eye-care specialty concerned with eye examination, determination of visual abilities, diagnosis of eye diseases and conditions, and the prescription of lenses and other corrective measures.  and Vision Sciences To receive the degree of Bachelor of Science Noun 1. Bachelor of Science - a bachelor's degree in science
BS, SB

bachelor's degree, baccalaureate - an academic degree conferred on someone who has successfully completed undergraduate studies
 in Optometry Juliet Patience Ashwell Sherrie Bains Gareth Morgan Bartlett Helen Ruth Berry Sarah Boulkroune Charlotte Robyn Buckle Emma Louise Bussey Gemma Louise Bussey Nicola Cassels Ria Chandarana Eleri Anne Chapman Anne Chapman (born 1922) is a Franco-American ethnologist. She has studied the Mesoamerican civilizations and especially the Tolupan (Jicaque) people of Honduras. She has also visited Magallanes and Tierra del Fuego many times, since 1965, to study the Fuegian peoples in depth,  Emma Jane Cole Clare Andrea Conaty Tanya Margaret Connor Stephanie Helen Cotton Jennifer Louise Craft Hannah Crofts Joanna Stacey Cullen Katie Elizabeth Demery Victoria Devaux Amit Dhalla Joanna Driver William Thomas William Thomas or Bill Thomas may refer to:
  • William Thomas was the alias of Wilhelm Thomas, who gained notoriety in the Adolph Beck case.
  • William Thomas (American football), National Football League player for the Philadelphia Eagles and Oakland Raiders
 Elliott Charlotte Louise Emery Fariha Essaji Rachel Evans Bethany Grace Ford Sophie Foulger Robert Anthony Robert Brown Anthony QC is in practice at the Scottish Bar, principally in the High Court of Justiciary. On March 26, 2007 he was appointed a member of the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission (SCCRC), which was reviewing the case of Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed Al Megrahi who was  Garrioch Carina Carina (kərē`nə) [Lat.,=the keel], southern constellation, representing the keel of the ancient constellation Argo Navis, or Ship of the Argonauts. Carina contains Canopus, the second brightest star in the sky.  Gerrard Toni Green Farzina Rizvanali Gulamhusein Emma Katherine Hewson Pei Yee Ho Nicole Hockings Charlotte Hooper James Isaac Umar Jawaid Elan Medi Jones Manon Parry Jones Parry Jones may refer to
  • The diplomat Emyr Jones Parry
  • The singer Gwynn Parry Jones, also known as Parry Jones and Gwynn Jones.
 Lauren Judge Kavan Kaur Sethi Yee Jin Lim Clare Sin Lloyd-Henry Hannah Mary Luxton Louise Kathleen Mason Laura Matthews Hussein Moossajee James Morris There have been several people named James Morris:
  • James Morris (North Dakota) (1893–1980), Justice of the Supreme Court of North Dakota (1935–1964), a trial judge for the IG Farben Trial
 Gurpreet Nandra Cheryl Nicole Osborne Elizabeth Osborne Robyn Pampellonne Chandni Patel Helen Peregrine Eleni Perikleous Clare Louise Pocock Helen Fern Pollock Sarah Marie Potter Richard Ruth Tanvi Ramesh Shah Tsz Chun Tang Sachin Tanna Louise Gina Terry Antonia Thomas Matthew Peter Thoume Maria Tricarico Robyn Vaughan-Davies Aled Williams Laura Wood Rachel Jayne Woodward Darlynn Yap School of Dentistry Noun 1. school of dentistry - a graduate school offering study leading to degrees in dentistry
dental school

grad school, graduate school - a school in a university offering study leading to degrees beyond the bachelor's degree
 To receive the degree of Bachelor of Dental Surgery Nayla Alobaidan Jessica Anthony Tasnim Atiea Mohammed Omar Mullah Mohammed Omar (Pashto: ملا محمد عمر) (born c. 1959, Nodeh, near Kandahar[1]) often simply called Mullah Omar  Saleem Badat Andrew William Bale James Lloyd James Lloyd may refer to:
  • James Lloyd (actor), English television actor
  • James Tilghman Lloyd (Missouri), U.S. Congressman
  • James Lloyd (Maryland), U.S. Senator
  • James Lloyd (Massachusetts), U.S. Senator
  • James Fredrick Lloyd (California), U.S.
 Belcher Harrison David Belfield David Belfield (also known as Hassan Abdulrahman, aka Dawud Salahuddin) is an African-American convert to Islam who killed an Iranian critic of Ayatollah Khomeini and fled to Iran.[1][2] Bio
Dawud Salahuddin was born David T.
 Michelle Louise Berry Joseph Broad Alan Burgin Jennifer Carter Lara Emma Ceruti Faith Huiyan Chan Rohitkumar Chandegra Lisette Hannah Claire Collins Coire John Conlon Anthony Frederick Anthony Frederick (born December 7, 1964 in Los Angeles, California – May 29, 2003) was an American professional basketball player who was selected by the Denver Nuggets in the 6th round (133rd overall) of the 1986 NBA Draft.  Davies Kristian James Michael Davies Michael Davies may refer to:
  • Michael Davies (Catholic writer), a Traditionalist Catholic writer
  • Michael Davies (television producer), a television producer
  • Michael ffolkes, an illustrator and cartoonist
  • Michael Davies (judge), a British High Court judge
 Calum Donovan Gareth Stephen Edwards Tobias Richard Matthew Fyfe Nikita Gosrani David Gray David Gray can refer to:
  • David Gray (journalist) - Journalist
  • David Gray (mass murderer); see Aramoana massacre
  • David Gray (poet) - Poet (1838-1861)
  • David Gray (musician) - Musician
  • David Gray (British graphic artist) - Graphic artist
 Seville Haghbedeh Bethan Wyn Henderson Kate Hollands William Gwynne Howell Dharshan Jawaharatnam Dharshi Jawaharatnam Emily Margaret Johnson Gareth Rhun Jones David Hong-Yi Kang Aislinn Kerr Mohammed Arif Lalji Charlotte Elizabeth Charlotte Elizabeth: see Elizabeth Charlotte of Bavaria.  Lawley Catherine Sarah Lawson Matthew William Layfield Thomas James George Marriott Iain Marsh Amy Louise McCann Craig Malcolm McDowall Catherine Teresa McGillycuddy Hannah Caroline Morison Stephanie Lisa Mulcahy Rebeca Northey Thomas Christopher O'Neill Liam Osowicz Mital Patel Rikul Patel Shinalee Sabreena Patel Viraj Patel Myles Joseph Povey Lauren Jade Price Jessica Anne Prior Asel Qader Morva Rahim-Salehi Simon David Ralphs Angharad Robinson Harpreet Kaur Rooprai Benjamin Rowlands Benjamin Schindehutte Suhani Shah Michael Allan Shaw Ashish Soneji Callum Robert Steele Rhian Torne Aly Abdulmalek Virani Zara Wani Francesca Rose Warwick Angharad Welply Olivia Rose Williams Martin Stefan Woolf To receive the Diploma of Higher Education in Dental Hygiene dental hygiene
n.
The practice of keeping the mouth, teeth, and gums clean and healthy to prevent disease. Also called oral hygiene.
 Khalid Ahmed Helen Baker Fiona Christopher Roxanne Coffey Kathryn Conaty Natalie Genevieve Porter Harriet Thomas Cardiff School of Healthcare Studies To receive the degree of Bachelor of Science in Diagnostic Radiography radiography: see X ray.  and Imaging Ruth Joan Albert Alice Ancora Emma Bayliss Natalie Ann Bayliss Claire Margaret Bellamy Caitlin Bennett Rachel Elizabeth Capp Sarah Childs Nicola Clynes Anna Cooke Emma Louise Daykin Poppy Louise Dunton Bryn Royston Evans Joanne Evans Sinead Flannery Lisa Marie Fleming Gina May Francis Nicholas James Gapper Sera Elen Griffiths Catherine Grace Hackett Edward Anthony Hall Sioned Mair James Emma Faye Jones Mared Jones Nurhazimah Binti Kepli Amy Jane Ladd Nicola Leng Ceriann Lewis Georgina Lidgey Michelle Lim Jing Ling Dean Simon Keith Marriott Rahha Masood Richard Moore Julie-Ann Moreland Anna Morley Sophie Nagle Jonathan Nicholls Georgina Payne Carol-Ann Power Thomas Clinton Roberts Boatametse Setobele Nichola Tracy Smith Caryn Louise Soper Louise Spencer Ffion Elin Williams Benjamin John Winton in Intra and Perioperative perioperative /peri·op·er·a·tive/ (-op´er-ah-tiv) pertaining to the period extending from the time of hospitalization for surgery to the time of discharge.

per·i·op·er·a·tive
adj.
 Practice Mohammed Abdulaziz Al Khamis Ruqaiya Abdullah Said Al-Jardani Meshari Almeshari Sultan Mohammad A Al-Sulmi Rachel Ogden Claire Louise Regester in Occupational Therapy Kirsty Bevan Tracy Janet Mary Buchanan - Thomas Amy Byfield Camila Chaplin Joanne Clark Lynette Marie Coles Fiona Ruth Margaret Cooper Jessica Anne Court Sophie Elizabeth David Elin Davies Sarah Mary Edwards Sara Jane El-Khatib Sally Feyi-Waboso Lailli Forouhandeh Siobhan Gilliam Andrew Green Lavonah Laone Gure Suzanne Lynne Hanna Alison Kay Hawkins Lucie Henley Farzin Hirji Karl Hocking Rhian Kimberley Hughes Hayley Jones Natalie Jones Sarah-Jane Jones Victoria Rosemonde Kierkegaard Janice Melonie Lang Lisa Lindsay Cherie Lorraine Lynch Siobhan Marie McMullen Rhian Morgan Charlotte Louise Owen Katie Page Miriam Frances Page Jenna Marie Patten Rebecca Mary Lucy Phillips Ethan Jack Sanger Sohum Shirish Shah Donna Anne Shire Julian Alan Smith Lowri Smith Janine Thomas Sally Ruth Waldock Laurel Kim Wall Adele Louise Walters Nicola Anne Watkins Amy West Melissa Williams in Physiotherapy Caroline Frances Diana Arden Adam Bartlett Philip Bell Charlotte Bowman Amanda-Jane Brady Hannah Bundy Joanna Burn Rhiannon Burton-Dadd Daniel Callaghan Aoife Canavan Rhys Carter Tessa Louise Champion Lucy Hannah Clark Catherine Collier Emily Collom Megan Cottingham Elizabeth Mary Catherine Coulborn Olivia Briony Cross Elisabeth Dale Suhanna Binti Damon Paul D'Arcy Sioned Haf Davies Reno Defeo Rosemary Donohue Rebeca Eluned Edwards Stephanie Ekins Catrin Mair Evans Louise Diana Everard Sarah Jane Farnell Neil Gallagher Sarah Elizabeth George Rachel Louise Gifford Sophie Harper Rosemary Holden Vanessa Howells Sara James Indeg Jameson Clair Louise Jones Heledd Medi Jones Rosie Jones Amy Kings Kamila Kuchalska Susan Ellen Lear Christopher John Lewis Justine Lewis Megan Elisabeth Lewis Stacey Louise Mahoney Benjamin John Marshall Josephine Maskell Zoe Masters Peter Mennear Kate Laura Moores Kain Moss Susannah Grace Normanton Krishna Cameron Danias Owen Charlotte Lindsey Park Rachel Sarah Pascoe Hannah Pask Maria Pinnington Hethajini Rajavarothayam Stephanie Rees Katie Richardson Jonathan Riddell Victoria Roberts Adam Michael Roche Harriet Catherine Rogers Adam Rutter Deep Singh Catherine Smaill Mark Anthony Smith Amy Southall Chloe Bonita Bonita (Spanish and Portuguese for "beautiful") is the name of:
  • Bonita Magazine, an international men's magazine
  • Bonita, California
  • Bonita, Louisiana
 Stanaway Laura Ruth Stevens Rebecca Faye Stevens Eve Elizabeth Stringer Zllah Langford Theobald Bethan Thomas Elizabeth Harriet Thomas Samantha Jean Tylor Kate Verney John Brian Walter Heather Louise Warwick Ceris Bethan Westlake Sally Wilkinson Emma Louise Williams Rebecca Louise Wing Jonathan James Wride in Radiotherapy and Oncology Christopher Neil Bray Donna Gahan Chirag Jitendra Rasiklal Lakhani Hazel Louise Lofts Jamie Normanton Theodore Luke Oliver Sophie Owen Bethan Puxty Rebekah Abigail Rees Rebekah Sizer Jennifer Alison Towell Lowri Beth Wedgbury Emily Winkworth To receive the Certificate of Higher Education A Certificate of Higher Education (CertHE) is a higher education qualification in the United Kingdom. It is awarded after one year full-time study (or equivalent) at a university or other higher education institution.  in Assistant Radiographic radiographic (rā´dēōgraf´ik),
adj relating to the process of radiography, the finished product, or its use.
 Practice (Diagnostic Radiography) Rhiannon Buckley Laura Jayne Freeman Clare Hamlin Laura Jane Leesley Caroline Lindsay Quinton Alison Louise Thomas Katie Thomas To receive the Diploma of Higher Education in Operating Department Practice Eleri Jayne Cadreman Melanie Jane Coles Natalie Maria Cortes Lewis George Drew John Hallybone Daniel Jones Clayton Landells Emma Jayne Lane Carolyn Lewis Qiuli Lu Jade Palmer Cerys Richards Emma Judith Ridgeon Gemma Russell Gavin Keith Talbot Presentations for Higher Degrees To receive the Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Illustration Carly Beard Simon Brinkworth Alice Kenny John Wayne Owens To receive the Postgraduate Diploma in Occupational Therapy Jennifer Margaret Budd Gemma Davidson Rachel Leah Downton Karen Greene Sarah Louise Griffiths Laura Hetherington Katherine Jane Salisbury Grainne Scannell Emma Margaret Sheppard Hannah Margaret Vaughan Mia Louise Williams in Surgical Care Practice Randy Guro Judith Caroline Florence Madill Vusumuzi Christopher Mhlongo To receive the degree of Master of Clinical Dentistry in Endodontology Ahmed Abu-Haimed Ahmed Mohammed A Alamri Ayman Ali Majed Aljawad Fatima Abdulla Al-Sheeb Ali Mohammed Saad Alshehri Arwa Saeed M Bafail Eyman Ahamed A Elhadar To receive the degree of Master of Science in Implantology Michael Colin Page Margarita Vochaiti in Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy Sarah Louise Moore in Neurorehabilitation Jai Vardhan Hada Charikleia Nikolopoulou Nisha Pawale Sneha Vobbilisetty in Occupation and Health Sarah Louise Chambers in Occupational Therapy Sophie Ann Olley in Physiotherapy Miral Mesfer Mohamad Al Kahtani Mona Al Matar Charles Sunday Johnson Gado Ewa Anna Petlicka Amy Louise Rees Jennifer Helen Slater in Radiography Mansour Marzouq H Almotairi Olusola Idowu Bello Benard Botwe Angela Eposi Ilome Mercy Nachalwe in Sports Physiotherapy Faisal Salem Fraih Alenezi Husam Abdullah Saad Almalki Saskia Anne Blair Hozefa Juzer Dahodwala Victoria Charlotte Griffin Joanne Marie Hanna Rohit Kalpalliwar Nikos Karavidas Yu-Ju Lin Emma Jayne Mark Joanna Stephen Paul Lee Williamson in Tissue Engineering Aishah Alhodhodi Abeer Saad Al-Mouallad Xin Li To receive the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Tariq Alhamad Samuel Dremmel Charlotte Emanuel Walter Gutstein Leona Ho Philip Hugh Jones Vedran Kajic Nicole Kane-Maguire Chi Pooi Lee Mohammad Hosein Nekoofar Jennifer Marion Turner Ashley Wood Cardiff School of Nursing and Midwifery midwifery (mĭd`wī'fərē), art of assisting at childbirth. The term midwife for centuries referred to a woman who was an overseer during the process of delivery. In ancient Greece and Rome, these women had some formal training.  Studies To receive the degree of Bachelor of Midwifery Angela Rose Amey-Jones Claire Leanne Ball Joanne Bowen Sharlee Brain Hannah Brown Felicity Letitia Callan Luisa Maria Canale Luisa Citrone Jodie-Anne Georgina Clark Gemma Davies Rebecca Louise May Dowden Katherine Fischer Gemma Louise Francombe Amy Garrett Rachel Gibbs Hannah Goulden Alice Hammond Jessica Lorraine Holmes Sian Jenkins Lisa Ann Madge Jessica Louise McDonnell Jenna Parsons Lauren Quirke Katie Louise Richards Chloe Isobella Rowsell Sophie Savigar-Jones Victoria Southall Emily Claire Strange Katherine Williams To receive the degree of Bachelor of Nursing in Adult Nursing Jennifer Lucy Austwick Rebecca Louise Avery Lisa Anjelique Baker Elizabeth Victoria Grace Balmer Angela Barksby Leah Barnett Susan Marie Beddoe Laura Christina Bisset Sophie Elizabeth Bodenham Vianne Louise Britten Deborah Jane Brown Sarah Louise Brown Natalie Burrows Kirsty Butler Lisa Joanne Butts Claire Louise Calway Jennifer Louise Carr Emma Coles Sophie Jane Collett Joanna Emma Louise Cook Georgina Kathleen Cooper Laura Jane Creed Cheryl Anne Davies Danielle Davies Debra Marie Davies Julia Ann Davies Megan Wyn Davies Sian Eleri Gwyneth Davies Sophie Davies Tracey Dickinson Rebecca Driscoll Lauren Dykes Claire Louise Edwards Rachel Edwards Neal David Elliott Stephanie Elliott Hannah Louise Evans Peter Thomas Everton Rachael Lauren Francesca Ferreira Leonie Ann Fisher Jessica Louise Fitzgerald Katherine Anne Forbes Katie Forrest-Warren Naomi Mary Foster Katharine Fournier Stacey Darrelle Gilbert Fiona Gloster Emma Kate Goom Emily Louise Grace Charlotte Louise Greatbatch Katie Griffiths Samantha Hall Therese Harper Annelise Claire Harrhy Samantha Harris Caroline Head Hannah Henry Rebecca Herron Lucinda Hesp Nicholas Stephen Hewitt David Steven Hill Katharine Hobbs Rhian Hopkins Samantha Jane Hopkins-Giles Hayley Ann Hosker Cheryl Leigh Hoskin Grace Howard James Raymond Hughes Jennifer Sian Hughes Jessica Amy Hyne Elizabeth Jackson Anwen Mair James Joshua Michael James Victoria Louise James Scarlett Elisabeth Jinman Jessica Rose Johnson Ellen Jones Katy Louise Jones Kayleigh Jones Laura Jones Natalie Joy Jones Jodie Keech n. 1. A mass or lump of fat rolled up by the butcher.  Sophie Louise Keep Anna Phillipa Knechtel Faye Elizabeth Millicent Kohlman Sarah Elizabeth Lalande Serina Dorothy Lao Gwyneth Rebecca Lewis Tara Samantha Lewis Fionn Lloyd Hayley Maidment Roselyn Mainwaring Audra Maio Julie Anne Maloney Laura Elizabeth Marks Lauren Hope Marshall Katherine McDonald Carole Sian Mellish Jennifer Menin Christopher Stanley Mitchell Hollie Louise Morris Deborah Joanne Murphy Melissa Rose Murray Madeline Yvette Muston Amy Marie Nixon Rachel Nunn Claire Nute Rachel O'Brien Michael Andrew Odams-Baker Fern O'Gorman Sally Oxenham Lisa Ann Parker Richard John Pattison Megan Paull Rachel Louise Payton Megan Jayne Phillips Emily Phillis Sophie Pike Jessica Helen Platt Kelly Potts Claire Louise Price Hayley Leanne Price Karen Lesley Price Emily Sian Rees Lynsey Kate Rees Sally Jay Richards Emily Jayne Richardson Alistair Campbell Ritchie Angharad Roberts Damarys Rodriguez Leliebre Susanna Rowlands Elizabeth Jane Rudge Lucy Rushton Cara Elizabeth Sainsbury Victoria Ellen Sandall Carly Louise Smith Natalie Victoria Smith Jennifer Louise Staddon Daniel Stamp Emma Louise Stanway Paula Jane Stewart Stephen Powell Strange Natasha Street Samantha Ann Styles-Bowen Anthony James Taylor Hannah Mair Thomas Hermione Thomas Kelly Thomas Lowri Elizabeth Thomas Sian Thomas Sonia Thompson Danielle Tilley Rachel Elizabeth Tonge Louise Tugwell Cornelia Lenuta Vlad Rachael Waldron Sara Mair Weaver-Davies Deborah Whitcombe Lara Catherine Whitcombe Harriet Jade White Nerys Sara Claire Williams Sian Williams in Children's Nursing Karen Anne Aubrey Lauren Natasha Calley Jennifer Chester Dulcie Victoria Collins Hannah Collins Lucy Deacon Jessica Elisabeth Elsaesser Rachel Evans Amy Goode Anna Greasley Natasha Elizabeth Hopkins Louise Alison James Charmaine Jones Heather Llewelyn Beth Lloyd Nicola Mann Levi Dominique Mitchard Frances Obern Jessica Louise Prichard Katie Louise Richardson Amy Elizabeth Salter Elizabeth Anne Sim Emma Smith Kate Michelle Tannahill Sarah Alexandra Thomas Joanne Margaret Jane Thorpe in Mental Health Nursing Sophie Andrews Emily Jayne Boobyer Jessica Boucher Joanna Burrows Michelle Louise Cahill Peter Chetnik Cristie Ann Davies Rebecca Maria Farman Catherine Elizabeth Higgins Kenneth James Hunter Helen Gwendoline May Jones Fiona Lucy Lander Benjamin Maybury Claire Elizabeth McCarthy Jaime Miralles Gimenez Abby Morse Emma Pott Neil Pugh Hannah Rigby Catherine Rowlands Rachel Louise Thomas Carrie Amber Underwood Ffion Mair Wyatt To receive the degree of Bachelor of Science in Clinical Practice Lyndsey Bullock Kelly Carter Carly Dawn Cole Kerrys Evans Zoe Evans Anne Govier Kathryn Hague Rachael Hughes Catherine Maria Jones Karen Lim Louise Kate Ludlam Simone Patricia McCartney Louise Jane Mitchell Carmelita Muscat-Jones Kate Joanne Owen Lorraine Owens Leah Elizabeth Penny Lynsey Price Cheryl Probert Janice Maria Rees Joanne Kathleen Shires Clare Louise Smerdon Nina Smiles Julia Ann Stephens Kate Elizabeth Sugrue Bethan Claire Taylor Marissa Torres in Community Health Studies: District Nursing Dorothy Alexander Bethan Zoe Bridges Claire Victoria Dury Julie Meredith in Nursing Studies (Overseas) Qutba Salim Mohammed Al Ghafri Samir Amur Mohammed Al Nasseri To receive the Diploma of Higher Education in Healthcare Florence Oritse Moyowa Adedeji Elizabeth Hannah Johnson Mariamma Mathew Cardiff School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences To receive the degree of Master of Pharmacy A Master of Pharmacy (abbreviated MPharm or MPharm(Hons)) is an undergraduate academic degree in the field of pharmacy. In many countries, it has superseded a Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm) as the prerequisite for registration to practise as a pharmacist.  Izwan Bin Abdul Lateh Jennifer Adams Sina Akhondi Beulah Elizabeth Anderson Kirsty Michelle Bain Alistair Barnwell Katherine Louise Bayliss Sasha Marie Bettell-Higgins Gareth John Bryant Louise Chamberlain Alison Ming Wei Chan Janice Carly Chase Bethan Nia Copp Victoria Cornelius Georgina Maria Josephine Cozens Sophie Louise Croucher Bronwyn Curtis-Jones Kavita Gautam Datar Laurie Davies Matthew John Samuel Davies Bethan Sera Day Joseph Reuben Dobbs Sean Rhys Dodington James Roger Duthaler Gwawr Edena Edwards Elizabeth May Elton-Walters Sarah Ruth Elward Leah Clare Evans Sandra Marie Evens Aoife Dawn Flannagan Neo Ursula Gabaleswe Vrutti Pravin Gada Sheena Ganesh Martin Gaston Hayley Christine Gorton Malen Fflur Gwilym Veera Kaarina Hakala Catrin Aur Hart Jessica Frances Hart Zaheera Zahir Hassanali Ffion Grace Hawkins Anthony Luke Herbert Nadia Ali Hussain Higgi Wing Yin Ho Luke Fintan Hopper Carys Howell Lauren Jane Hutchinson Ilami Dibuo Igbagiri Yaquot Ismail Mohammed Jafar Aled Rhys Jones Glenn Michael Jones Nathan Jones Steffan Gareth Jones Bernadette Joyce Ali Abdulaal Jumah Soo Ra Jung Danielle Louise Kemble Emma Grace Knott Haidi Korashi Wan Jinn jinn

(genii) class of demon assuming animal/human form. [Arab. Myth.: Benét, 13, 521]

See : Demon
 Lee Yea Kee Lee Andrew Shih Teong Lim Rachel Llewellyn Jessica Lower Mira Marina Bte Mahfodz Eleanor Kathryn Martin Jessica Leigh Merridew Katie Merriman Kirsty Anne Morris Sadia Mubeen Tubasum Munawar David Murray-Keane Rebecca Louise Myers Rachel O'Donnell Alexandria Somtochukwu Okeke Nishali Patel Roopa Patel Bethan Mary Phillips Mohamedameer Pirmohamed Anesha Premji Catherine Richards Christine Rose Eleanor Saunders Luke Antony Skinner Lewis Oliver Smart Siobhan Louise Smith Alexander Paul Speakman David John Taylor Kate Louise Taylor Carys Louise Thomas Nia Watcyn Tomos Hollie Turner Grace Annetta Viggers Natalie Jane Wall Josephine Watson Heather Louise Weerdenburg Kayleigh Williams Ramona Woods Presentations for Higher Degrees To receive the Postgraduate Diploma in Pharmacy Clinical Practice (Community and Primary Care) Nana Yaa Donkor Boatemaah Adu-Gyamfi Asiel Badirkhan Janice Suzanne Headon Jonathan Richard James Rhian Mair John Louise Margaret Manousos Ruth Mitchell Rina Bhikhubhai Patel Juliet Clare Rose Ceri Louise Tawton in Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (Health Visiting) Rachael Minnie Gillespie Lisa Joanne Hodge Deborah Ann Jones Deborah Mary McManus Claire Mary Nayler To receive the degree of Master of Science in Advanced Practice Fatima Abbas Ali Al-Rashed Elin Anwyl Guest Pei-Ling Ho Karen Elizabeth Howarth Michelle Evelyn Moseley Rachel Jane Owen Claire Bernadette Sadlier Carol Sawkins Janice Anne Waters Rosemary Shirley Anne Willis in Clinical Pharmacy Sophie Elizabeth Harding Kylie Sarah Hughes in Clinical Research Hannat Akintomide Paul Ian Cross Cephas Dzuda Deirdre McCollam Elena Pierri Laura Alice Ritchie Lavender Roline Tembo in International Pharmacoeconomics and Health Economics Tarik Mhd Saad Alatassi Raed Mohammed Alnowaiser Chun-Yu Chang Marcus Gerhard Heinbuch Nicholas Mwaura Ngugi Georg Alexander Pietsch Sabrina Elikem Afi Seglah Altyn Tastandiyeva in Nursing Studies: Advanced Nursing Practice Gareth Jon Beechey Joanne Grace Gregory Jamuna Joseph Jennifer Ann Lewis Nicola Noble in Nursing Studies (Germany) Dunja Kagermann Gabriele Kielburger Manuela Mahlmann Peter Wolfensberger Esther Zazzi in Pharmacy Clinical Practice (Community and Primary Care) Ceri Elizabeth Milbourne in Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (Health Visiting) Helen Swann To receive the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Nor Hayati Abu Samah Ghaith Aljayyoussi Monerah Alsoraj Sally Anstey Justin Simon Bice Jenna Louise Bowen Callum John Cooper Danielle Francombe Mohammed Inaam-Ul Haq David Malcolm John Houston Silvia Meneghesso Yupares Payaprom Leanne Elizabeth Jane Roberts Salah Waheedi Cardiff School of History, Archaeology and Religion To receive the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Ancient and Mediaeval me·di·ae·val  
adj.
Variant of medieval.


mediaeval
Adjective

same as medieval

Adj. 1.
 History Thomas Brain James Dewhirst Mathew Kelly - Smith Kate O'Hara in Ancient History Hannah Alderson Adam Kevin Pius Aruede Sian Astill James Barnett Oliver Maxim Brown Stephanie Rhian Davies Faye Elizabeth Florence Docherty Morgan Lewis Edwards Sharna Louise Jane Gower Marvin Harris Thomas Hunt Michael Ken Laws Sarah Mullen Rachael Elizabeth Olive Joseph Sanders Duncan Charles Selmes Andrew John Smith Rebecca Zoe Elizabeth Smyth-Osbourne Richard Spenceley Carmen Talbot Matthew Tilling Jessica Treacher in Ancient History and French Nicholas Fish in Ancient History and History Peter Andrews Sarah Ann Booth Caroline Dadd James Harding Charles Knapp Hayley Price Michael Sheehan Jenny Sissons Sarah Smith Andrew Christopher Woollatt in Archaeology Kelsie Armstrong Iain Christopher Birkett Emily Louise Bowyer bow·yer  
n.
1. One who makes or sells bows for archery.

2. Archaic An archer.
 Victoria Challes Jonathan Patrick Durman Lisa Therese Etten Elliot Heade James Timothy Hicks Emily Victoria Johnson Simon Joules Miranda Helen Kean Sophie Rebecca Leytham Lara Eleanor Meek Dominic Middleton-Frith Anna Miles Purdey Miles Rebecca Alys Stanford Leo Leo, in astronomy
Leo [Lat.,=the lion], northern constellation lying S of Ursa Major and on the ecliptic (apparent path of the sun through the heavens) between Cancer and Virgo; it is one of the constellations of the zodiac.
 Adam Peter Sucharyna Thomas Stuart Thomas Megan Frances Tudor in Archaeology and Ancient History Fiona Kate Appleton Anna Christine Baldwin Michelle Jane Blundell-Humphreys Saul Bowden Bethany Josephine Christie Nicolle Grieve Lucy Alexandra Harries Matthew Thomas Hart Owen Llywelyn Jones Caroline Parkin parkin
Noun

Brit a moist spicy ginger cake usually containing oatmeal [origin unknown]
 Rebecca Claire Rusk in Archaeology and History Sophie Elizabeth Davies Stephanie Hubert Bethan Williams in Archaeology and Mediaeval History Jack Merrylees Rachel Phillips in History Thomas Baker Bethan Barritt Elizabeth Barsby Sam Blaxland Isobel Bowen William Henry Bradley Hannah Brafield Nathan Bridson Helen Wendy Alison Chamberlain Sophie Christina Clayton Daniel Robert Cooke Lewis Antonio D'Ambra Claire Dass Ashley James Davies Catrin Elen Davies Jasmine Charlotte Davis Joanna Davis Simon John Delfosse Kelly Loraine Deremaux Eddie Duffy George Dugdale Lowri Edwards Thomas Evans Miriam Fisher Amy Marian George Sophie Jade Gidley Dominic Hammond Andrew Harding Amy Victoria Harris Amy Louise Herbert Jack Hicks Alice Hobbs Jessica Prudence Hodges Athelstan Holt Lauren Hope Isabel Hughes Samantha Naiomi Jenkins Harriet Angharad Johnson Daniel James Jones Kerry Ellen Jones Emily Mary Kneale Jacob Norman Lamb Samantha Jane Lelii Jennifer Louise Lewis Nicholas John Lewis Rosie Lewis Kathryn Louise Livingstone Sonia Llewellyn Adam Michael Marshall Ffion Morgan Jennifer Susan Morgan Eleanor Mowbray James Neaves Gemma Victoria Nicholls Richard Antony Nott Richard O'Connor Bessie O'Dell Hannah Owen Thomas Richard Parkes Louise Jane Peddie Rebecca Leigh Phillips William Poley Robin Scott Porter Esme Pugh Aimee Rees Jessica Fflur Reeves Jessica Louise Reilly Kate Roberts Anna Catherine Roguski Elizabeth Savage Ben Spooner Elliot Thomas Robert Thomas Samantha Thomas Georgina Vyrnwy Tipping Asha Verma Jack Charles Webb Stephanie Webster Eleanor Mary Rose Wells Lydia Mary Williams Natalie Williams Rebecca Williams Morten James Wright Alis Gwen Young-Powell in History and Economics Henning Kuhlmann in History and French Rebecca Louise Lakey in History and Italian Laura Windsor in History and Spanish Alexander Gilmour Le May Georgina Tarry tarry /tar·ry/ (tahr´e)
1. filled with or covered by tar.

2. thick, dark; resembling tar.


tarry

said of feces that are black and glutinous. See also melena.
 in History with Welsh History Nicola Jayne Hall Caio Llyn Iwan Hayley Jane Rees Susanna Whitby Elizabeth Lorna Williams To receive the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Religious and Theological Studies Rogan Nicholas Allport Rosanna Amour Michaela Arthur Liam John Biggart-Hutchinson Danica Bolton Michaela Jayne Brinkley Hannah Victoria Brooks Sarah Cook Sophie Ann Cooke Susannah Lucy Crown Sarah Catherine Cummins Adam Curtis Anna Clare Dakin Simon Dalton Gareth Daniel Davies Rachel Davies Ian Douglas Hope Marie Ellis Leticia Erro-Castillo Joshua Freeman Amaryllis amaryllis (ăm'ərĭl`ĭs), common name for some members of the Amaryllidaceae, a family of mostly perennial plants with narrow, flat leaves and with lilylike flowers borne on separate, leafless stalks.  Gallagher William Benjamin Garner Gemma Louise Hamblin Sophie Harding Rebecca Louise Harman Sarah-Jayne Heath Jennifer Lucy Hogan Yasmin Janet Khan Matthew James Martin Lianne McDermid Sarah Moss Melissa Muchemwa Thomas Parkin Lauren Annabelle Partridge Benjamin Gaheris Pointer Megan Bryony bryony: see gourd.  Reynolds Dean Aaron Roberts Maud Ryder Samantha Josephine Smithey Eirian Teague Natasha Tiley Charlotte Trombin Steffan Vickers Lucy Webber Stephanie Whitney Sarah Williams-Beynon in Religious Studies and Archaeology Rhiannon Catrin Baker in Religious Studies and Education Ceri Elizabeth Eynon in Religious Studies and English Literature Annabel Jennifer Alcock Rosie Hancox Louise Elizabeth Larsen in Religious Studies and History Lauren Kate Gillingham Charlotte Louise Hacche Katie Louise Halil Alithea Constance Mary Williams in Religious Studies and Music Patrick Graham in Religious Studies and Philosophy Fiona Hollands-Hurst Nina Kaur-Hamilton Hannah Leach in Religious Studies and Politics Christopher Mark Duncan in Religious Studies and Social Philosophy and Applied Ethics Jayne Guilford Laura Marie Morgan Sarah Fiona Moyle in Religious Studies and Spanish Kirstyn Robyn McKee in Sociology and History Matthew Brian Wilson To receive the degree of Bachelor of Science in Archaeology Kirsty Elena Beecham Rachel Elizabeth Clare Nicholas Dawson Vincent Deluca Luke Green Stuart Hicks Shoned Nia Jones Karen Heather Mason Christopher Mark Matthews Diana Alisa Sanchez in Conservation of Objects in Museums and Archaeology Christine Harrison To receive the degree of Bachelor of Theology Noun 1. Bachelor of Theology - a bachelor's degree in theology
ThB

bachelor's degree, baccalaureate - an academic degree conferred on someone who has successfully completed undergraduate studies
 Richard Paul Bellingham Jonathan Bugg Steven Leo Bunting Heidi-Maria De Gruchy-Lambert Ian Drew-Jones Alexandra Grace Jonathan Mark Grant Dale Philip Norman Andrew Perrin Craig Aaron Vaughan To receive the Certificate of Higher Education in Practical Theology Linda Batt Susan Joan Bethel Jennifer Kimber Helen Millard Valerie Irene Petherick David John Smith David John Smith (May 20, 1907 – 1976) was the third son of William Smith, 2nd Viscount Hambleden and Lady Esther Gore. He was the head of W. H. Smith from 1948 to 1968. He was also Lord Lieutenant of Berkshire from 1959 to 1976.  To receive the Diploma of Higher Education in Practical Theology Ann Elizabeth Mary Evans Andrew David Carnell Highway Elizabeth Jones Leslie Jones Susan Avarina Pratten School of Welsh To receive the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Welsh Lois Angharad Kirsty Lorraine Cox Mared Fflur Davies Lowri Elen Edwards Ffion Lyn Halfpenny Ffion Wyn Hughes Bethan Angharad Huws Elin Mair Jones Non Mererid Jones Catrin Elen Le Cras Ffion Elain Lewis Elliw Mair Jonathan Pryce Sioned Mai Watkins Megan Rhys Williams Meinir Eluned Williams in Welsh and Education Elisabeth Ann Emery Elliw Vaughan Evans Katie June Griffiths Samantha Lorraine Hodges Eleri Ann Morgan Elen Mair Haf Reader in Welsh and English Literature Jonathan Edwards in Welsh and French Sara Orwig in Welsh and History Osian Gruffydd Cadi CADI. The name of a civil magistrate among the Turks.  Rhys Thomas in Welsh and Music Rhys Owain Griffiths Rhydian Gwyn Lewis Dafydd Wyn Rees in Welsh and Spanish Kayleigh Davies Presentations For Higher Degrees To receive the degree of Master of Arts Master of Arts
Noun

a degree, usually postgraduate in a nonscientific subject, or a person holding this degree

Noun 1. Master of Arts - a master's degree in arts and sciences
Artium Magister, MA, AM
 in Ancient and Medieval Warfare Philip Robert William Bovey Finnian Henry Wright in Ancient History Melissa Hannah Green Matthew David Hetherington Mark Robert Mansfield in Archaeology Teresa Siobhan Baber in History and Archaeology of the Greek and Roman World Angela Cox in History Hannah Bates Sally Isobel Roberts Laura Ann Taylor Amelia Christina Tomany Emma Jane Woosnam in Islam in Contemporary Britain Mohammed Azim Ahmed Adviya Khan Emily Rose Lewis in Late Antique and Byzantine Studies James Jeffrey Cameron Beattie Jeffrey Aloysius Donnelly in Religious Studies Rebecca Clare Shortland in Welsh History Nicki Louise Davies Geraint Philip Thomas To receive the degree of Master of Science in Care of Collections Phillippa Elizabeth Turner in Professional Conservation Jihyun Kwon To receive the degree of Master of Theology Noun 1. Master of Theology - a master's degree in theology
ThM

master's degree - an academic degree higher than a bachelor's degree but lower than a doctor's degree
 in Chaplaincy Studies Michael John Georgiou Christopher John Groocock Paschal Joseph Hanrahan Cole Andrew Maynard Anne McCormick David Michael Payne Julian Paul Raffay Sally Elizabeth Rees Richard Mark Smith in Theology Lisa Marie Harris Sally Jennifer Jones To receive the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Adam Oliver Anders Chris Dennis Kenneth James Donovan Thomas Edward Hunt Richard David William Madgwick Caroline Helen Pudney Mair Rees Llion Pryderi Roberts Christopher Phillip Timmins Layla Lara Welford Alun Dafydd Williams Simon Patrick Woodman Martin Kevin Wright TOMORROW: MORE DEGREE AWARDS
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