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  • The studnet is right, if a student or even a teacher had a c. c.w and was carrying a gun lots of those school shootings could have been stopped a lot sooner.

    Student Talks Guns, Prof Call Cops

  • I think that either you need to use spell check or "studnet" is some kind of wierd slip of the tongue.

    Memphis Commercial Appeal Stories

  • These reasons to the studnet are probably bigger than the knowledge/training value.

    The Creation of Ritual Goods, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Totally understand her/his pressure to run a studnet show thing ...

    London buses

  • (I did manage to pick up some new jeans, though, since I tend to wear through them fairly easily, and since I'm so scrawny, I can't wear these relaxed fit styles and Sears has always been reliable for carrying studnet-cut or at least straight-leg Levis.)

    Breakfast in Bed

  • He is nine years older than me but he was a famous name in studnet activism at the time I was a young student at IC.

    Wednesday, November 19, 2008

  • Er... in the end his grad studnet managed to fax the papers fine!

    Hello Kitty Zombie, goth loli and MORE S&M plus my seizures

  • My form III students took the exams in their crowded classrooms, with hardly enought space for the monitoring teacher to slip between dests and move about the classroom, and PLENTY of opportunity for studnet eyes to drift onto their neighbors'work.

    still learning

  • When a student says "unfair", especially when a studnet says "unfair" with a tone of extreme righteous indignation, what they mean is, "things didn't go exactly how I wanted them to and in the manner that would benefit me personally most."

    An email to which I did not respond.

  • Or just let the studnet roam around with a gun in his hand until his parents arrive?

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  • I usually get "stunted."

    October 28, 2009

  • It is an awkward word to type. I generally end up with stuent

    October 27, 2009

  • I do the same thing. gah!

    October 26, 2009

  • What usually comes out when I try to type "student" on my QWERTY keyboard. Perhaps my subconscious is trying to tell me something...

    October 26, 2009