Posted by Barney on January 22, 2003
In Reply to: Re: Graduate of peers/peer posted by R. Berg on January 21, 2003
: : I would like to know
the meaning of this combination: graduate of peers. It is said about him: aged
24, of old Tokyo stock and a graduate of peers
: : and they are two of them doing gymnastic together
: : Thank you very much
: I don't know what that combination means. Peers are people of one's own age or one's own (social, professional) standing.
To me the expression is unknown and meaningless.