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extensive, thorough, or profound:
an in-depth analysis of the problem.
well-balanced or fully developed.
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information and reporting on compensation of college presidents and other higher education leaders.
These employers have provided
profiles full of information for prospective candidates.
coursework and discussions are now available to more students more often.
Some reporters and editors would argue that their book will provide them with a better, more
sense of a topic.
And few programs in ecology and conservation offer any
exposure to urban planning.
research projects or long articles headed for publication.
The objective is to give students an
global educational and working experience.
Not everyone you meet will have
knowledge of what you've studied.
During the next three weeks, each student chose one of four areas of focus for more
However, your writing sample should show
and preferably current knowledge of some particular sub-field or debate.
British Dictionary definitions for
carefully worked out, detailed and thorough
an in-depth study
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You'll come to learn a great deal if you study the Insignificant in depth.
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