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- n. Plural form of bridger.
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Some are calling for huge incentives to attract "ivy league" graduates or private-sector "bridgers" into the teaching profession - a great and smart idea, but there are far too few of them to address the challenge.
There is no reason we should expect to succeed where others have failed, particularly as our position is more diametrically opposed to Syria's then that of most of the would be gap bridgers.
Yer story gave me a three tissue drippy eyes, runny nose, remembrants of my over the bridgers, both the two and the four footed.
Public libraries will be the site, as natural bridgers of the digital divide, where users seek this access.
The Jennings singing lesson, at fifteen dollars a half-hour, was rather an expensive hypocrisy; but the women who used it as a cloak for idleness as utter as the mere yawners and bridgers and shoppers had rich husbands or fathers.
In a situation like that, it's helpful to have the support of countries that can act as bridgers, countries that can reconcile the divisions that would otherwise cause the whole operation to unravel.