- n. Plural form of schoolchild.
“An early project was to involve Berlin schoolchildren in a performance of the “Rite of Spring.””
“Today, when everyone is worried about obesity in schoolchildren, we face different problems.”
“While these mothers tend to be, as indicated, top media professionals, the overwhelming preponderance of brown schoolchildren is something no one seems to particularly notice.”
“I don't like feeling so strongly about people and I've tried not to, but Clifford, I can't see him or hear him or read about him without feeling the same way I do when a group of noisy, vulgar, anti-social, egotistical, talentless but vain schoolchildren crowd onto a bus and start screaming obscenities, while all the normal adults look out the window and pretend not to hear.”
“The greatest enemy of Washington's schoolchildren is the WEA.”
“One in five (British) schoolchildren is unable to find the United Kingdom on a map of the world.”
“Exciting reverence in schoolchildren, providing shelter for despots, summoning false memories of stability, harmony among the public.”
“Kiyosawa K, Sodeyama T, Hayata T, Ohike Y, et al. (1992) Prevalence of antibody to hepatitis C virus in Japanese schoolchildren: comparison with adult blood donors.”
“Over 600 schoolchildren from the German and Swiss School in Madrid got to enjoy”
“Not necessarily, because part of the justification for the lessened First Amendment rights of schoolchildren is the school’s in loco parentis role, which obviously would not apply to non-students.”
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