fellow-student love

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  • Fortson was a fellow-student in winter and a waiter in summer.

    DARKWATER

  • A fellow-student sent round an email asking in a panicky sort of way:"What's the deadline for the Philosophy essays?" and it's April 8th - I sent him a cheery auntie-ish sort of reply but then suddenly got panicky myself and settled down to work.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • A fellow-student sent round an email asking in a panicky sort of way:"What's the deadline for the Philosophy essays?" and it's April 8th - I sent him a cheery auntie-ish sort of reply but then suddenly got panicky myself and settled down to work.

    Last night...

  • He had a particular account of these events, from a fellow-student who resided in the same village, and who, having been present on the melancholy occasion, was able to place it in all its agony of horrors before his excruciated imagination.

    The Heart of Mid-Lothian

  • Now what so pleasing can there be as the speculation of these things, to read and examine such experiments, or if a man be more mathematically given, to calculate, or peruse Napier's Logarithms, or those tables of artificial [3366] sines and tangents, not long since set out by mine old collegiate, good friend, and late fellow-student of Christ Church in Oxford,

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • A fellow-student whose family controlled the publishing firm of Hodder & Stoughton gave him some art books to review in the firm's monthly, The Boohman.

    Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874-1936)

  • Yakov, as we have already related, had held aloof from his fellow-students; with one of them he had, however, become fairly intimate, and saw him frequently, even after the fellow-student had left the university and entered the service, in a position involving little responsibility.

    Dream tales and prose poems

  • Lady Constantine was forgotten, till one day, suddenly, wondering if she knew of the important phenomenon, he revolved in his mind whether as a fellow-student and sincere friend of his she ought not to be sent for, and instructed in the use of the equatorial.

    Two on a Tower

  • I remember a Korean fellow-student in Germany telling me how difficult it was to look people in the eyes.

    Multiculturalism: Its Advantages and Limits

  • He had a good friend on these occasions in a fellow-student and countryman, named Ellis, who afterward rose to eminence as a physician.

    The Life of Oliver Goldsmith

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