Some articles on attended:
... Following secondary school, Walker attended the Ridley School of Art ... She attended Putney School of Art, and visited Madrid, where she made copies of Velazquez ... She then attended the Westminster School of Art in London, where a then popular artist, Frederick Brown, was a teacher ...
... Scoppetta attended public schools in Manhattan, including Seward Park High School, from where he graduated in 1950 ... After serving two years in the Army, he attended Bradley University on the G.I. 1959 he was awarded a New York State Regents Scholarship and attended Brooklyn Law School at night while working in the criminal courts during the day assisting in the investigation and ...
... Growing up in Los Angeles, Hilton attended the Buckley School and the exclusive St ... She then attended her freshman year of high school at the Marywood-Palm Valley School in Rancho Mirage, California from 1995–1996 ... In New York, she briefly attended Convent of the Sacred Heart (while Lady Gaga was a student there) in 1996 before transferring again to the Dwight School ...
... Theodora attended the all-girls boarding school, Woldingham School, situated in Surrey, England, between 1994 and 2001 ... College in Alice Springs, Australia, Theodora attended Brown University under the name Theodora Greece, where she received her Bachelor of Arts on 28 May 2006 ... She attained her BA in Theatre Arts after having attended Northeastern University in Boston for two years and completing the four-year course at ...
... His early life was spent in Edgware, Middlesex where he attended Camrose Primary School until the age of 11, after which he attended Downer Grammar School ... Just before his death, he attended the school's 40th anniversary celebrations ...
More definitions of "attended":
- (adj): Having a caretaker or other watcher.
Synonyms: tended to
Famous quotes containing the word attended:
“A new idea is rarely born like Venus attended by graces
More commonly its modeled of baling wire and acne.
More commonly it wheezes and tips over.”
—Marge Piercy (b. 1936)
“Look carefully through all the claims pressing upon you in your complicated life, and decide once and for all what it is that is the one really important and overmastering duty in it, and should be the one dominating aim. Then remember that if you succeed in that, the others, so multifarious, are really no more than the fringe of the garment, and that you need not spend so much anxiety over them, provided that the one most important is faithfully attended to.”
—Anna C. Brackett (18361911)
“The greatest dangers have their allurements, if the want of success is likely to be attended with a degree of glory. Middling dangers are horrid, when the loss of reputation is the inevitable consequence of ill success.”
—Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (16941773)