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1. We enrolled him as a member of the society.
2. Recently he enrolled in the Chinese Medical Association.
3. Cherny was enrolled at the University in 1945.
4. How many students have enrolled for this course?
5. Currently, over 500 students are enrolled on the course.
6. He enrolled in the army after graduation.
7. She enrolled on a local Women Into Management course.
8. He was enrolled in the army.
9. She enrolled in college yesterday.
10. I enrolled for/in/on the modern art course.
11. He enrolled himself in the army.
12. 73 candidates enrolled on the course .
13. He has enrolled himself in advanced English.
14. He is enrolled as a part-time student.
15. He enrolled in the navy when he was 18 .
16. They checked to see if she enrolled among the voters of their district.
17. He enrolled with an employment agency for a teaching position.
18. Don't tell me you've enrolled in the Open University!
19. Several years ago she enrolled at Hunter College.
20. Classes began soon after we enrolled.
21. Bill enrolled in a four-year teacher-training course in Albany.
22. Many have enrolled in self-defense classes.
23. For the spring term, about 58 students have enrolled.
24. In February 1991 Allitt applied to be enrolled for training as a sick children's nurse at Boston Pilgrim hospital.
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25. Diana was enrolled at a girls' day-school, Charles at a nearby kindergarten.
26. Among the 23 enrolled patients, five were lost to follow-up as early as 3 months.
27. The remaining 73 patients were enrolled in the pulmonary or medical clinics and had a previous diagnosis of asthma.
28. They have been studying hard from the moment they enrolled.
29. All the children that have arrived at school age are enrolled.
30. Six months later she went to prison as a suffragette, having lied about her age and enrolled as a militant.
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