school-children love

school-children

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  • Then they both grinned widely, like school-children.

    The Puppet Maker

  • The statement comes just days after the victims, including eight school-children, were dragged out of their homes in the Kunar province and shot to death over the weekend.

    Shooting Handcuffed Children. The Word Swine Comes To Mind

  • In all, 642 people, including 190 school-children, were killed, almost the entire population of the village.

    Shadow Knights

  • You can be pretty sure activists, many of whom will be wearing masks this time, are going to try to avoid being herded, and if their numbers are bolstered by school-children and solidarity groups, that might make for a volatile mix.

    Cribsheet daily 24.11.10

  • Scholars as well as school-children long considered New England the Eden of our national cuisine.

    One Big Table

  • This incredibly patronizing 1950 Colonial Film Board short film explains the intricacies of bus-riding to ignorant foreigners newly arrived in London, unravelling the mysteries with helpful advice like, "Be sure to board a bus headed to your destination," and explaining that drivers aren't allowed to run over school-children.

    Boing Boing

  • I would encourage school-children to shout "Local-lujah!"

    Reverend Billy: A Good Mayor

  • If you want to know what the prevailing orthodoxy is, you have only to listen to school-children; out of the mouths of babes and sucklings comes all the one-sided propaganda about smoking, rain forests, ivory and fur coats.

    [cry rape] sorting out the truth from the lies

  • Said Rep. George Miller about the latest study, "This report makes it shamefully clear that the only individuals benefiting from this significant investment were the president's cronies -- not the school-children the program was intended to serve."

    Gerald Bracey: Is Reading First a Flop?

  • MSNBC'S Keith Olbermann spoke of NBC's decision to air Cho's material, mentioning that the network executives decided to run the footage because if they didn't, "the material would end up in the tabloids," and that they, as a legitimate news outlet, would handle the material more responsibly (which a bit like arguing that if you don't sell cigarettes to school-children, someone else will - and then selling the kids cartons instead of packs.)

    Cintra Wilson: Celebrity 2.0: Fame Kills

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