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  • v. Present participle of chaperone.

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Examples

  • Nonetheless, it wasn't hard to imagine him relishing the idea of chaperoning an overnight stay at the prison, which offers guests the opportunity to sleep on wooden planks on the floor.

    Catherine Price: A Place Not to See Before You Die -- That I Saw

  • I'm chaperoning, which is a very terrible thing, but I've promised that Ida and I will hang out in the shrubbery and get drunk.

    readersguide Diary Entry

  • A on test = no contacts.fuckityfuckfuck. i realise it's only a slight change in aesthetic, but i've been dreaming of fresh-eyes since i discarded the last, overused, insufficient pair in the parking lot of valleyfair whilst riina and i were "chaperoning" my uncle's youth retreat to the state fair, valleyfair (amusement park), tubing down apple river and mall of america (all done in two days ...

    pojken Diary Entry

  • Claude Moore Recreation Center Teen Night Program: Volunteers are needed to help with check-in and check-out, organizing and helping with activities and chaperoning from 6 to 9: 30 p.m.

    Loudoun County volunteer opportunities

  • But she said she doesn't understand why school officials chaperoning the event allowed him to go to another part of the building without shoes or the glasses he wears for nearsightedness.

    Mom: Questions unanswered in student's 3-story plunge at McKinley High School

  • A tenured economics professor at Colby College was forced to resign late last month after allegations surfaced that he set up a hidden surveillance camera to take photos of female students in a bathroom while chaperoning an international student trip, according to court documents.

    Colby Professor Resigns Amid Secret-Camera Flap

  • In this particular story, Vern and Grace receive the unsavory duty of chaperoning various magical creatures who've been invited as guests to a Mensa meeting in Florida.

    Book Review: Magic, Mensa and Mayhem

  • I first went to Europe in 1970, chaperoning my old SC mill-town high school band.

    Matthew Yglesias » The European Bogeyman

  • For parents, that means months of purchasing, planning, nagging, chauffeuring, chaperoning and negotiating, says Emily Glickman , an educational consultant in New York who helps parents navigate private-school admissions.

    The Post-Labor Day Letdown

  • At some sites, such as Lotsa Helping Hands, families needing assistance with such tasks as paying bills or chaperoning doctor's visits also can post financial and medical records, and some plan to add services that allow families to solicit donations to cover medical and other bills.

    Sending Out An Elder-Care SOS

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