Which preposition to use with diplomas

of Occurrences 33%

The Diploma of the appointment to the Order of the Rose, under the Imperial Sign Manual, together with the Decorations of the Order, have been transmitted to me by his Excellency Don Pereira de Andrada, Your Majesty's Representative at the British Court.

from Occurrences 17%

Frequently during the happy distribution hour printers could be heard quoting from the dramatist and the poet, and occasionally the affairs of church and state would receive serious consideration, and often the subject would be handled in a manner that would do credit to the theologian or the diplomat, but modern ingenuity has made it probable that no more statesmen will receive their diplomas from the composing room.

at Occurrences 9%

SEE Hawkes, Herbert E. With a diploma at stake.

for Occurrences 9%

If there was any thing likely to gratify him more than a new club, it was the public testimony of respect from a learned body; and this he received from Trinity College, Dublin, in a diploma for the degree of Doctor of Laws, an honour the more flattering, as it came without solicitation.

in Occurrences 8%

"A young man who carries his diploma in his pocket can enter every door," Monsieur Servien observed, as he imbibed the wine with fitting respect; it had been good stuff once, but was past its prime.

as Occurrences 5%

On leaving Philadelphia, Mrs. Morland and the delighted Caroline stopped at Princeton to be present at the annual commencement, and had the happiness of seeing their beloved Edward receive his diploma as bachelor of arts; after hearing him deliver, with great applause, an oration on the beauties of the American character.

to Occurrences 4%

"Mr. Hurd will take a diploma to you, with others to different persons near Boston.

on Occurrences 3%

I'll stake my diploma on that.

before Occurrences 2%

The Medical and Theological Departments take students to their graduation and upon presentation of their diploma before the State Board they are admitted to the State Examination.

per Occurrences 1%

The price of the diploma went up to 220 strings in 1101, and the then government sold 30,000 diplomas per year in order to get still more cash.

with Occurrences 1%

In Albert Durer's composition, Joachim is seen in the foreground kneeling, and looking up at an angel, who holds out in both hands a sort of parchment roll looking like a diploma with seals appended, and which we may suppose to contain the message from on high (if it be not rather the emblem of the sealed book, so often introduced, particularly by the German masters).

without Occurrences 1%

"The best conservatories of music in the world require of their students a large amount of practice in concerted performance and will not grant diplomas without it.

from Occurrences 1%

<b>MCMANUS MANSFIELD, BLANCHE.</b> Diplomas from the New Orleans Centennial and the Woman's Department, Chicago, 1903.

Which preposition to use with  diplomas