How To Use Seldom In A Sentence

  • The genus Barclaya is very seldom seen in association with Cryptocoryne species.
  • Isadora seldom could pay her own way, but that never stopped her. ISAAC CAMPION
  • February is seldom a month to bring many people much cheer but this year for Championship clubs on the breadline, it will be tougher than ever. Chelsea's £50m deal for Fernando Torres worries Uefa | Digger
  • The boa and the rattlesnake are homebodies that seldom travel more than a couple of miles in a lifetime.
  • Pride slays thanksgiving, but a humble mind is the soil out of which thanks naturally grow. A proud man is seldom a grateful man, for he never thinks he gets as much as he deserves. Henry Ward Beecher 
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  • Groups of pot-bellied old men in seldom worn suits stood in clusters, leaning in to catch a word, laughing, lining up for photos taken by children and grandchildren.
  • Glen is a lone wolf and seldom joins in the activities of the neightbourhood.
  • Things are seldom as/how/what they seem.
  • It was seldom spectacular, lacking the Van Gogh-like, wild-eyed artistry of Cunningham, but it worked.
  • I seldom say a harsh word to any one, but I was not master of myself then, and I spoke right out and called him an anisodactylous plesiosaurian conchyliaceous Ornithorhyneus, and rotten to the heart with holophotal subterranean extemporaneousness. Mark Twain`s speeches; with an introduction by William Dean Howells.
  • It was a book which fulfilled his desire to discover a place seldom visited, and was also to influence this once-aimless student to eventually find a direction, and become a travel writer.
  • The cases of the nouns do not vary in form, adjectives are seldom inflected, and only two tenses of the verbs remain, the present and the perfect, e.g., ich geh and ich bin gange. Chapter 2. Non-English Dialects in America. 1. German
  • The rooms filled with conferees and conference papers seldom interest me.
  • We, being my partner Brett and I, set forth to the agreed hotspot, taking a 25 minute journey along a bumpy and seldom travelled track known only to a select few.
  • True friendship is like sound health.The value of it is seldom known until it is lost. 
  • In summer they go barefoot, but seldom barelegged, as has been lately asserted by a traveller.
  • Venison was seldom served without this accompaniment, but furmety, sweetened with sugar, was a favorite dish of itself, the ‘clean broth’ being omitted when a lord was to be the partaker.
  • Well-known breeds -- including dachshunds, poodles and collies -- will participate, as well as breeds you'll seldom see outside a dog show, such as the Chinese crested, Tibetan spaniel and spinone Italiano. post-gazette.com - News
  • This practice , which is seldom followed, requires extra care and " bookkeeping ".
  • He could not anticipate the demands on his time, so he could seldom commit to any meeting in advance.
  • Seldom has a more acidulous portrait of the city been drawn by one of its preeminent members.
  • His book is unspeculative to a degree seldom met with outside railway timetables. Times, Sunday Times
  • In theory, but seldom in practice, their supposedly superior knowledge gave them a monopoly over the practice of physic and the authority to supervise the work of surgeons.
  • The jury is out on gold, and I have seldom seen such a divergence of opinion - if you cut out the World Gold Council, that is.
  • A hasty man is seldom out of trouble. 
  • People with creativity are seldom found nowdays.
  • But there can seldom have been more fulsome affair than the $275 a head extravaganza last week to celebrate John Howard's 30 years in parliament.
  • In addition suboptimal dietary iron intake was found in many of the patients though this was seldom the sole cause for anaemia.
  • Even in our sensual days the strength of delight is in its seldomness or rarity, and sting in its satiety; mediocrity is its life, and immoderacy its confusion. A History of Elizabethan Literature
  • A photograph is usually looked at - seldom looked into. Ansel Adams 
  • Nothing you do for children is ever wasted. They seem not to notice us, hovering, averting our eyes, and they seldom offer thanks, but what we do for them is never wasted. Garrison Keillor 
  • Besides the above-mentioned roles, I also had the pleasure to see her shine in two other seldom performed roles in the Ruzimatov gala in St. Petersburg.
  • Although first cousin to the melodious mockingbird, a catbird's song is seldom musical.
  • I seldom say a harsh word to any one, but I was not master of myself then, and I spoke right out and called him an anisodactylous plesiosaurian conchyliaceous Ornithorhyneus, and rotten to the heart with holophotal subterranean extemporaneousness. Mark Twain`s speeches; with an introduction by William Dean Howells.
  • The fasciated honey-eater has loudly called “with a voice that seemed the very sound of happiness”; the leaden flycatcher, often silent but seldom still, has twittered and whispered plaintively; the sun-birds are playing gymnastics among the lemon blossoms, and the centre of activity for butterflies is the red-flowered shrub bordering the wavering path. Tropic Days
  • Small wonder that he seldom responds to the challenge.
  • As Gould once noted, the truth is only one weapon, seldom the best, in a debater's arsenal.
  • My conclusion was that no device worked better than simply recorking the bottle and standing it on the kitchen counter (my flat is seldom warmer than 65 degrees).
  • He seldom smiles; he gave this interview because he wants to purge himself of his deep and dark secrets.
  • It is therefore seldom appropriate to treat disorders of language and communication by trying to influence presumed underlying causes.
  • The traffic on that highway was busier than ever now, but the off-ramp that served the Grove was seldom used. EVERVILLE
  • A great affecter of wits and such prettinesses; and his company is costly to him, for he seldom has it but invited. Microcosmography or, a Piece of the World Discovered; in Essays and Characters
  • Ginevra lifts what can only be called a trouser leg, because that is what it is, though they are very seldom seen alone. Alice Sit-By-The-Fire
  • Seldom has a central banker looked more secure in his war against marauding politicians.
  • I have seldom felt the need to recognise these as distinct from rise-fall and fall-rise respectively.
  • A man of gladness seldom falls into madness. 
  • There are already massive researches about sole type complex networks, but the research work which mutually affected between the different types of networks are certainly seldom.
  • The demand for quarters, seldom refused to a vanquished foe was at once found to be in vain. Red Coats and Rebels - the war for America 1770-1781
  • They seldom say "no" because they fear disapproval or what they define as rejection. Tracey Marks, M.D.: Why Are We So Stressed Out?
  • True friendship is like sound health, the value of which is seldom known until it be lost. 
  • Occasionally there may be a dull ache, or even more seldom, acute pain.
  • I seldom go home after five o'clook in the afternoon.
  • City inhabitants can seldom get used to country life.
  • My father is an ex-serviceman. As he is introspective and taciturn, I seldom hear the word "love" in his speech even once. According to mother's evaluation, he is a thin-skinned man.
  • Men of courage, men of sense, and menof letters are frequent: but a true gentleman is what one seldom seen. 
  • The Blue Horizon was on a seldom-used shipping lane, its heading intersected by a small red dot a short distance in front of them.
  • Great men’s sons seldom do well. 
  • For person and complexion they haue broade and flatte visages, of a tanned colour into yellowe and blacke, fierce and cruell lookes, thinne haired vpon the upper lippe, and pitte of the chinne, light and nimble bodied, with short legges, as if they were made naturally for horsemen: whereto they practise themselues from their childhood, seldome going afoot about anie businesse. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation
  • Additionally all towns of any size employed watchmen, but even in the largest their complement seldom ran to three figures.
  • In the very last pew, on the aisle, sat an eager old colored woman -- one of those typical "mammies" now so seldom seen -- in an old-fashioned bonnet and shawl. Ruth Fielding on the St. Lawrence The Queer Old Man of the Thousand Islands
  • Doors have seldom opened and slammed shut with more dizzying rapidity in a stage farce. Times, Sunday Times
  • This law is seldom enforced, but the next morning the authorities agreed to confiscate our little chimpanzee.
  • Kaffir blankets haunted the refuse-heaps, and fought with gaunt dogs for picked bones and empty meat-tins, and were found dead not unseldom, after full meals of strange and dreadful things. The Dop Doctor
  • It is at our mother's knee that we acquire our noblest and truest and highest , but there is seldom any money in them. 
  • Still, the quantity of the predicate is often an important consideration; and though in ordinary usage the predicate is seldom predesignate, Logicians agree that in every Negative Proposition (see § 2) the predicate is Logic Deductive and Inductive
  • Such knowledge as management did possess was vague or unreliable and seldom committed to writing.
  • Even Ford, who seldom smiled, laughed out loud a few times.
  • RTU has popular applications in electric power dispatching automation systems, but it seldom used in hydropower station Supervisory Computer Control Systems (SCCSs).
  • A threatened blow is seldom given. 
  • Juveniles of rotan are seldom predators, adults feed mostly on fish; young of rotan, bitterlings, minnows.
  • Fraudsters are seldom caught, because they are often from out of town and are using burner phones and generic email addresses.
  • Eschewing schools and musical fashions, he wrote a great deal of music which is seldom heard, exploring bitonalites and partly delving into the realm of atonality.
  • Men of courage, men of sense, and menof letters are frequent: but a true gentleman is what one seldom seen. 
  • The policy of their chiefs has on this occasion been admired, and might surely be excused; but a pious baud is seldom produced by the cool conspiracy of many persons; and a voluntary impostor might depend on the support of the wise and the credulity of the people. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
  • His drawings are generally in pen outline, with a wash of bistre, or other warm colour; sometimes he makes use of black and red chalk; they are seldom finished with colours, but have often portions rendered lighter and broader by means of a wash of white. Rembrandt and His Works Comprising a Short Account of His Life; with a Critical Examination into His Principles and Practice of Design, Light, Shade, and Colour. Illustrated by Examples from the Etchings of Rembrandt.
  • I have seldom been so moved by the reconciliation of the lovers, human and fairy.
  • Most of us, however, take life for granted. We know that one day we must die, but usually we picture that day as far in the future. When we are in buoyant health, death is all but unimaginable. We seldom think of it. The days stretch out in an endless vista. So we go about our petty tasks, hardly aware of our listless attitude toward life.
  • True friendship is like sound health, the value of it is seldom known until it be lost. Charles Caleb Colton 
  • Drawn wells are seldom dry.
  • Seldom have we witnessed a more shameless display of rude and vulgar behavior towards an invited guest.
  • The lyrics tell the story of two mashers ‘who seldom had any cash,’ but their evening bucked up when the two met two ladies whose ‘cheeks were in bloom, like the roses in June’.
  • It was a very controlled and contained piece, the dancers seldom moving from outside a small circle of light.
  • True friendship is like sound health.The value of it is seldom known until it is lost. 
  • Fears about the corrupting influence of commerce have led governments to intervene, but seldom with much effect. Times, Sunday Times
  • A good horse should be seldom slashed.
  • We seldom go out.
  • An evil chance seldom comes alone. 
  • Macho characters portrayed by Marlon Brando and James Dean were fleshed out with brazen working-class energies in their American T-shirts, until then seldom worn uncovered save by laborers. The English Is Coming!
  • Even if it wasn't a day for an early service he very seldom overslept. HIDING FROM THE LIGHT
  • She seldom smiles and takes offense at the least excuse, crying rivers of tears and wailing.
  • He seldom went to the ground, and when he did it was usually a fleeting visit. Provided You Don't Kiss Me: 20 Years with Brian Clough
  • At every opportunity he strides straight forward and throws huge, windmill haymakers with his right hand that seldom connect.
  • Seldom had he seen such beauty.
  • End user attitudes to seldom offered spyware screening services from ISPs mirror attitudes to spam filtering when such services were in their infancy four or five years ago.
  • Even in our sensual days the strength of delight is in its seldomness or rarity, and sting in its satiety; mediocrity is its life, and immoderacy its confusion. A History of Elizabethan Literature
  • Smith tells us that Quin and Hayman were inseparable friends, and so convival, that they seldom parted till daylight. All About Coffee
  • We write regularly but seldom meet.
  • He believed that natural selection - or as in his own case, divine dispensation - would provide, and it seldom did.
  • There seldom passed much talk between them: Linton learnt his lessons and spent his evenings in a small apartment they called the parlour: or else lay in bed all day: for he was constantly getting coughs, and colds, and aches, and pains of some sort. Wuthering Heights
  • But so seldom do we hear of a godly woman - or of a godly man either, for that matter.
  • But, conversely, this jumble drives home a point seldom stressed: Theological differences may have mattered greatly to devotees, but a bronze caster or stone carver was just as happy making a Buddha as a Vishnu; the iconographies differed, but the styles stayed the same. A Crayon Heir
  • The tragedy of soldiers blinded by war is an emotive issue seldom aired in public. Times, Sunday Times
  • Seldom had the King evinced more gaiety of heart than at this particular period, or appeared to derive greater amusement from the gossipry of the Court and the gallantries of the courtiers; and he no sooner ascertained that Mademoiselle d'Entragues had become the mistress of Bassompierre than he said laughingly to the Duc de Guise: The Life of Marie de Medicis
  • In this age of dietary obsessions and national guilt about fat, the joy of eating and the quirks of the palate are seldom discussed, a dirty little epicurean secret.
  • Misfortunes never [seldom] come alone [single]. 
  • In simple cases of jaundice the neutral salts have seldom produced much good effect; but I have obtained considerable success from the diascordium, in doses of half a drachm to a drachm. The Dog
  • Ellie seldom wears slacks.
  • We come away well-pleased with ourselves, perhaps, but seldom have we taken the least delight in others' efforts.
  • We seldom leave home without an umbrella or some sort of waterproof clothing ‘just in case’ and take a great interest in weather forecasts since what happens plays a big part in the direction of the daily lives of many of us.
  • Simple, sincere people seldom speak much of their piety. Little Women
  • A threatened blow is seldom given. 
  • There seldom passed much talk between them; Linton learnt his lessons and spent his evenings in a small apartment they called the parlour; or else lay in bed all day; for he was constantly getting coughs, and colds, and aches, and pains of some sort. Wuthering Heights
  • Misfortunes never [seldom] come alone [single]. 
  • True friendship is like sound health, the value of it is seldom known until it be lost. Charles Caleb Colton 
  • Often the fact is that we have plenty of time for walking the dog in our neighbourhoods but we seldom spend the time to take a walk to be with our parents.
  • It was his wont to paste up long altar-pieces of Liana's charms, charms which her father had sought to enhance by means of delicate and almost meagre fare, by shutting up his orangery, whose window he seldom lifted off from this flower of a milder clime -- until she had become a tender creature of pastil-dust, which the gusts of fate and monsoons of climate could almost blow to pieces. The World's Greatest Books — Volume 07 — Fiction
  • He is an able politician, and extremely artful in accomplishing any particular object; it is remarked that he seldom fails.
  • Happily racing is seldom hit by thuggish behaviour. The Sun
  • This was an extraordinary case, and I am therefore the more particular in it, because I came so much to the knowledge of it; but there were innumerable such-like cases, and it was seldom that the weekly bill came in but there were two or three put in, 'frighted'; that is, that may well be called frighted to death. A Journal Of The Plague Year
  • Shrub roses underplanted with catmint or lavender will seldom suffer from greenfly infestations.
  • Indeed, this apophthegm he seldom repeated since his marriage, except in the company of a very few intimates, to whose secrecy and discretion he could trust. The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle
  • She had never known colic, which had troubled Olivia so, and she was seldom stricken with so much as a cold. EVERY SECRET THING
  • For the first purpose it is seldom mounted with a sharp "Point of War" and never sharpened for the purpose of recreating a medieval joust .
  • Elgar's Sea Pictures seldom rise above the fustian level of their poetic texts, and among the six Chausson items only two or three were memorable.
  • His "Levities" are by their title exempted from the severities of criticism, yet it may be remarked in a few words that his humour is sometimes gross, and seldom sprightly. Johnson's Lives of the Poets — Volume 2
  • To this day, Janet says, the museum still has a wonderful collection of dried plants, seldom seen by members of the public.
  • Even the use of stone cladding is another area where the machine-sawn masonry seldom lives up to expectations and slabs of stone can often look like concrete.
  • Fears about the corrupting influence of commerce have led governments to intervene, but seldom with much effect. Times, Sunday Times
  • They seldom were given sleeping 60 medication for fear it would push them too far from consciousness.
  • Seldom before had music possessed such hyper-sensitivity, such visceral intensity, such manic-depressive immediacy.
  • This experience probably gives an explanation [353] why the quinquefoliolate variety is so seldom met with in the wild state. Species and Varieties, Their Origin by Mutation
  • THERE is seldom a dull moment these days at the Vitality. Times, Sunday Times
  • Instead, they move from set-piece to set-piece, seldom bringing anything but the most crude of psychological baggage along with them.
  • Habitually unpunctual, he seldom arrived at his office before 1 p.m., but then stayed late, writing heavily annotated letters of recommendation that turned many customers into friends.
  • The road from dictatorship to democracy and constitutional government is seldom smooth. Times, Sunday Times
  • Two of a trade seldom [never] agree. 
  • He seldom applied surface decoration other than subtly toned lacquers to protect the metal against tarnishing.
  • The English staff administering this territory seldom exceeds more than five or six officials, to carry out whose orders there exist a regiment of understrappers.
  • He seldom or never drinks.
  • Yet even the greatest animosities of our current era seldom reach the depth of the hatred that existed between General William Tecumseh Sherman and the newspapermen who followed his army.
  • The ulcers have seldom the typically rounded or serpiginous outline of gummatous ulcers on other parts of the body. Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities—Head—Neck. Sixth Edition.
  • A properly operating hydronic system seldom needs to be bled.
  • By what is called the impost 1692, a duty of five and twenty per cent., of the rate or value, was laid upon all French goods; while the goods of other nations were, the greater part of them, subjected to much lighter duties, seldom exceeding five per cent. III. Book IV. Of the Extraordinary Restraints upon the Importation of Goods of Almost All Kinds, from Those Countries with which the Balance Is Supposed to Be Disadvantageous
  • For the first few weeks I was seldom off the toilet bowl myself.
  • And away from the glamour and the excitement of the stage, there is often the hidden loneliness, the restless mind that seldom knows the calm of a safe harbour.
  • The Supreme Court, in other words, has seldom been a showcase of intellectual distinction.
  • (Gibson's Neuromancer, while widely admired, is seldom emulated; Hardwired, mostly written before Neuromancer was published, seems to have defined the form.) Archive 2010-05-01
  • The problem is that the corners are seldom true plumb or vertical, and this is where the difficulty lies.
  • He had seldom seen a child with so much talent.
  • We see them very seldom, if ever.
  • Time spent on reconnaissance is seldom wasted.
  • He who despises small things seldom grows rich. 
  • He couldn't bring himself to say what he thought. For one thing , she seldom stopped to listen. For another , he doubted that he could make himself clear.
  • Although no spectacular or highly valuable minerals are present, the pegmatites contain minerals seldom found in Wyoming, such as petalite, beusite, lepidolite, and tantalite.
  • Nothing you do for children is ever wasted. They seem not to notice us, hovering, averting our eyes, and they seldom offer thanks, but what we do for them is never wasted. Garrison Keillor 
  • They give a soothing impression of calm and seldom overpower the main content of a page.
  • We write regularly but seldom meet.
  • My father seldom stood back about my private affairs unless the police called in.
  • Some media moguls are self-publicists on a grand scale, but other moguls seek to minimize publicity, seldom give interviews and avoid photographers.
  • But while cynics often serve as acute commentators, they seldom make for effective organizational leaders.
  • Now, imagine how years of fry-cooking grease-laden air will affect that jute rope they are made of and what it may look like if seldom cleaned and you will get an idea why I only went there once and why the word macrame is terribly unappealing. Fashion World of SL
  • An enemy’s mouth seldom speaks well. 
  • Seldomly do you come about a debut album that is this impressive.
  • He and the girls, in common with the other members of the Comet Film Company, had to portray many different scenes in the course of a season's work, and though some of it was distasteful, it was seldom objected to by anyone, unless perhaps by Pepper Sneed, the "grouch," or perhaps by Mr. Wellington Bunn, an actor of the old school, who could not reconcile himself to the silent drama. The Moving Picture Girls at Sea or, A Pictured Shipwreck That Became Real
  • Practical Transformers Another problem is that the output voltage of transformers seldom correspond exactly to the rated voltage.
  • Although seldom more than three inches in length, the hair may be cut to a quarter of an inch at the nape of the neck.
  • A hasty man is seldom out of trouble. 
  • You'll seldom experience regret for anything that you've done. It is what you haven't done that will torment you. The message, therefore, is clear. Do it! Develop an appreciation for the present moment. Seize every second of your life and savor it. Wayne Dyer 
  • Life seldom imitates art, and the struggle to achieve votes for women was as fraught with internal factionalism and personal rivalries as any other political movement.
  • Among these, the chief was Dr. Gray, who was an enemy to every thing that approached to fanfaronade, and knew enough of the world to lay it down as a sort of general rule, that he who talks a great deal of fighting is seldom a brave soldier, and he who always speaks about wealth is seldom a rich man at bottom. The Surgeon's Daughter
  • It is not a severe attack," my father wrote at the beginning, "yet it is attended by fits of exceeding discomfort, occasional comatoseness, and even delirium to the extent of making the poor child talk in rhythmic measure, like a tragic heroine -- as if the fever lifted her feet off the earth; the fever being seldom dangerous, but is liable to recur on slight occasion hereafter. Hawthorne and His Circle
  • Two of a trade seldom agree. 
  • So the rocks were uncovered now, which seldom tasted the air, and the stems of the great oarweed, or tangle, which grew from them, were bent into a half-circle by the weight of their broad leathery fronds, as, no longer buoyed up by the sea, they lay trailing on the sands.
  • And therefore, such peace-makers as these before-mentioned do seldom do much greater good than to quiet their own consciences in the discharge of so great a duty, and to moderate some few, and save them from further guilt, and to leave behind them, when they are dead, a witness against a wilful, self-conceited, unpeaceable world. The Reformed Pastor
  • He who despises small things seldom grows rich. 
  • Silence does seldom harm.
  • Trees of mature growth are “_accrued_”; when with leaves, “_in foliage_” (but these two terms are so seldom used that they may be entirely disregarded); with fruit or seeds, “_fructed_” or “_seeded_”; if without leaves, “_blasted_”; and if their roots are exposed, “_eradicated_.” The Handbook to English Heraldry
  • Men of courage, men of sense, and menof letters are frequent: but a true gentleman is what one seldom seen. 
  • Seldom seen, soon forgotten.
  • ‘The document's ‘legalese’ can be off-putting to those unversed in such language and ‘a lot of small-business owners very seldom pull out the plan document to make sure that they've met all of its requirements,’ he says.
  • But its residual detection method, degradation dynamics, degradation model in plant and soil and influence on the physiological and biochemical characters of plant were seldom reported.
  • Seldom does one individual possess all the talents required to meet each of these challenges.
  • He grew to manhood a pure and honest youth, free from the vices of his age, and "endued", says Sewel, "with a gravity and stayedness of mind seldom seen in children". The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI
  • The station is seldom manned in the evening.
  • She seldom, if ever, reads a book.
  • When first he had glimpsed her off there on that narrow strip of rockbound coast he was mildly surprised, for it was a desolate spot and seldom frequented by bathers so late in the season. Archive 2008-12-01
  • Liza is seldom wrong, especially about matters of art and pop culture. LITTLE MISS NO NAME (correction to earlier post)
  • We were seldom at home.
  • But while cynics often serve as acute commentators, they seldom make for effective organizational leaders.
  • My spirit apprehends instinctively the right and the true; and through life I have relied on intuitions; which some have called a rashness, recommending colder cautions; but these latter have seldom paid their way. My Life as an Author
  • Among other plants which may cause serious mischief, but are seldom suspected, are such harmless-looking flowers as the meadowsweet, herb-paris, the common fool's-parsley, found growing in quantities in the gardens of unlet houses and neglected ground which has been in cultivation, mezereon, columbine, and laburnum. The Naturalist on the Thames
  • Divines of all denominations, Protestant and Catholic, have also their 'At homes' and their 'Congregations,' and innocent amusement is not unseldom mixed with religious teaching at their meetings. Dutch Life in Town and Country
  • Now that we have a baby, we seldom get the chance to go to the cinema.
  • True friendship is like sound health, the value of it is seldom known until it be lost. Charles Caleb Colton 
  • We travel, then, in part just to shake up our complacencies by seeing all the moral and political urgencies, the life-and-death dilemmas we seldom have to face at home.
  • The small, nondescript moth is seldom noticed as it flies in the evening.
  • He is a husband and father again and the smile that seldom dared show its face is now a fixture. Times, Sunday Times
  • A one-day game is like a nice film - briefly satisfying, but seldom remaining long in the memory.
  • We very seldom go the speed limit because of signals and switches through town.
  • He seldom wears a tie, but the Aberdeen University graduate donned neckwear with his suit to meet MSPs in Edinburgh.

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