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“According to a local newspaper account, a teacher from a village middle school said officials burst unannounced into the school at around 3pm one afternoon and started sifting through the ashtray and bins in the staff-room.”
“So these notes were just descriptive: bizarre exchanges with customers, staff-room scenes, the service corridors.”
“If anyone is serious about rooting you out, they will now mount a trans-national investigation by forming a “staff-room squad” whose sole purpose is to define who reacts in which way to certain key phrases from or about The Book.”
“Major hospitals in Harare and Bulawayo have been paralyzed by an eight-week strike by doctors and nurses, and teachers belonging to the militant Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) have engaged in "staff-room sit-ins" to press for large pay-hikes.”
“ On Monday, on her return to school, the gossip and speculation in the staff-room proved to be even worse thanSophie had feared.”
“Those dismissed included teachers who did not participate in the strikes that began last week, but took part in staff-room sit-ins,”
“Furious that hordes of lower-school kids were running for cover across the hallowed patch of grass outside the staff-room window, our headmaster, Mr. Charles, came outside to reprimand the entire playground.”
“Finally they were left in the bare staff-room, looking at the debris of blankets and muddle left from the chaos.”
“The headmistress also came into the staff-room for the coffee.”
“‘Come into the staff-room and tell me, while I tidy my hair.’”
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