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“Harry Truman had previously had the lowest end-of-term approval at 32 percent, as measured by Gallup.”
“This last part brings up the elephant that few undergraduates admit is in the room: students feel entitled to receiving an end-of-term cash stimulus in the form of returning their textbooks.”
“Steve Walton, executive dean of E.M.B.A. programs at Emory University, says that the program's new attempts at engaging spouses -- including letting them plan end-of-term and holiday parties -- is a direct response to student feedback.”
“From solitary confinement, Ken wrote to ask how her end-of-term exams had gone, and which universities she was thinking of applying to.”
“At least until the end-of-term fog settles in, I find that my students have done the reading, and often have something to say about it.”
“It's late on Tuesday with no further posts, so Nich must have had a good end-of-term do.”
“The notion seemed too incredible to be believed, but Jane had not been able to stop herself from staring when the old woman came to an end-of-term singing concert.”
“It's overlong, though, and rather like an end-of-term exercise by smart sixth-formers in a media studies class.”
“This, their first solo UK show, resembles more the aftermath of an art college end-of-term party than an exhibition, and will include the construction of the world's first wireless guitar stilettos.”
“Robin, now 22, has read the book, he says, and seen the film – at school in an end-of-term chemistry lesson.”
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