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22nd Amendment an amendment to the U.S. Constitution that ensures that no person can be elected to more than two four-year terms as President of the United States. The 22nd Amendment, ratified in 1951, was passed in reaction to President Franklin D. Roosevelt's four terms in office.
baccalaureate the degree awarded to most graduates of four-year colleges in the United States; bachelor's degree. [1/2 definitions]
bachelor a person who has earned a four-year college degree. [1/2 definitions]
bicentenary a two-hundred-year anniversary; bicentennial. [1/2 definitions]
bicentennial pertaining to a two-hundred-year anniversary. [2/4 definitions]
biennial a plant with a two-year life cycle. [1/5 definitions]
black-eyed Susan any of numerous related North American wildflowers with yellow or orange-yellow petals surrounding a dark center.
congress (cap.) a two-year session of the U.S. House of Representatives, with the same members throughout. [1/7 definitions]
derby any of numerous horse races run every year and often restricted to three-year-old horses. [1/3 definitions]
-eth used to form an ordinal when a number ends in "-y".
-ey variant of -y1.
freshman a first-year student at a high school, college, or university. [2/4 definitions]
-ie a variant of -y.
JC abbreviation of "junior college," an educational institution that offers a two-year program equivalent to the first two years at a four-year college and that confers an associate degree or certificate.
jewelweed any of several plants in the balsam family having spurred orange-yellow flowers and seedpods that burst open when ripe.
junior in U.S. schools and colleges, a student in the third year of study in a four-year degree program. [1/6 definitions]
junior college an educational institution that offers a two-year program equivalent to the first two years at a four-year college and that confers an associate degree or certificate.
junk bond a low-rated, high-yield corporate bond, often issued to finance the takeover of a company.
locust any of several cicadas, including the seventeen-year locust. [1/5 definitions]
millennium according to the Bible, a future thousand-year reign of Jesus Christ on earth. [1/3 definitions]
mirabelle a small, sweet, deep-yellow fruit that resembles a plum. [1/3 definitions]