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  1. I hope your recent editing of my "Choate Rosemary Hall" article was ad hoc and (so far as you were aware) purely constructive. But there is a history here of mischief-making and I owe it to you to tell you about it. My two contributions to Wikipedia have been an enlargement of the article for Choate and the creation of "Eight Schools Association."

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  3. Choate Rosemary Hall - Wikipedia

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    Choate Rosemary Hall (often known as Choate; / tʃoʊt /) is a private, co-educational, college-preparatory boarding school in Wallingford, Connecticut, United States. Founded in 1890, it took its present name and began a co-educational system with the 1971 merger of The Choate School for boys and Rosemary Hall for girls.

    • 1890
    • Choate
    • Wild boar
    • Latin: Fidelitas et Integritas, (Fidelity and Integrity)
  4. List of Choate Rosemary Hall alumni - Wikipedia

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    List of Choate Rosemary Hall alumni From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The following is a list of notable alumni of Choate Rosemary Hall, also known informally simply as Choate.

  5. Rosemary Hall (Greenwich, Connecticut) - Wikipedia

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    Rosemary Hall was an independent girls school at Ridgeway and Zaccheus Mead Lane in Greenwich, Connecticut. It was later merged into Choate Rosemary Hall and moved to the Choate boys' school campus in Wallingford, Connecticut. The Greenwich campus of Rosemary Hall was opened in 1900. The oldest surviving building was built in 1909.

    • Renaissance, Gothic Revival
    • 1909
  6. Talk:Choate Rosemary Hall - Wikipedia

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    I hope your recent editing of my "Choate Rosemary Hall" article was ad hoc and (so far as you were aware) purely constructive. But there is a history here of mischief-making and I owe it to you to tell you about it. My two contributions to Wikipedia have been an enlargement of the article for Choate and the creation of "Eight Schools Association."

  7. Category:Choate Rosemary Hall - Wikimedia Commons

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    Media in category "Choate Rosemary Hall" The following 21 files are in this category, out of 21 total. Andrew Mellon Library - Choate Rosemary Hall.JPG 3,264 × 2,448; 3.55 MB

  8. Kristen Clarke - Wikipedia

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    She attended Choate Rosemary Hall, where she was the only girl to join the boy's wrestling squad. Clarke earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Harvard University, where she was involved with initiatives to support and champion African-American students, including being president of the Black Student's Association.

  9. Choate - Wikipedia

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    Choate Rosemary Hall, a prep school in Wallingford, Connecticut Choate House (Massachusetts), a historic house on Choate Island in the Crane Wildlife Refuge, Essex, Massachusetts Choate Creek, a creek in Michigan Choate House (Pleasantville, New York), 1867 house converted into a private sanitarium

  10. Choate (law) - Wikipedia

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    "Choate", as used in American law, means "completed or perfected in and of itself", or "perfected, complete, or certain". It is a controversial word due to its etymology as a back-formation from the old and well-established word "inchoate" that dates from 1534, meaning "in process of formation".

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