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Weegy: the pinning ceremony has been a long-held graduation tradition that signifies that you are now a full-fledged nurse. The nurse pinning ceremony dates back 1,000 years ago and began as a Maltese cross, a symbol of Christianity. [ Over the years, the pin became a coat of arms and eventually has morphed into a design that signifies the school from which you graduated. Read more: What Happens at a Nursing Pinning Ceremony? | eHow.com ]
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