be at the end of sth: to have almost nothing left of sth
I’m at the end of my patience.
They are at the end of their food supply.
in the 'end:
1.after a long period of time or series of events
He tried various jobs and in the end became an accountant.
2.after everything has been considered
Ex: You can try your best to impress the interviewers but in the end it’s often just a question of luck.
I think that we must use "college of applied training" because I don't see "college for applied training" on the Oxford dictionary
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