Bachelor's Hope

Bachelor's Hope may refer to:

  • Bachelor's Hope (Centreville, Maryland), listed on the NRHP in Maryland
  • Bachelor's Hope (Chaptico, Maryland), listed on the NRHP in Maryland

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22, 1855 – May 18, 1916) was the first woman in the British Empire to receive a Bachelor's degree ... She received a Bachelor of Science ... in 1874 and graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Science and English Literature on May 25, 1875 ...
UNSW School Of English, Media And Performing Arts - Undergraduate Degrees Offered
... Bachelor of Arts (with Majors in English Media, Culture and Technology Film Studies Theatre and Performance Studies and Music) Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) (This program is not ...
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... Heraclitus Plato Epicurus Horace Plotinus Augustine Aquinas da Vinci Copernicus Raphael Brahe Galileo Descartes Pascal Locke Spinoza Newton Leibniz Bayle Vivaldi Handel Pope Voltaire Hume Smith Kant Gibbon Beethoven Schopenhauer Buchanan Schubert Chopin Kierkegaard Thoreau Brahms James Van Gogh Nietzsche Kafka Tesla Sartre. ...

Famous quotes containing the words hope and/or bachelor:

    Selfishness must always be forgiven you know, because there is no hope of a cure.
    Jane Austen (1775–1817)

    James Bond in his Sean Connery days ... was the first well-known bachelor on the American scene who was not a drifter or a degenerate and did not eat out of cans.
    Barbara Ehrenreich (b. 1941)