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Safety to and from school, appropriate lavoratory facilities are asymmetric interventions, but they make the process of education fairer for girls, making it possible for them to enter productive adulthood.
My reply: “If this turns out to be true we shall retire to the lavoratory for this activity!”
There was a conspicuous absence of other staff, and the little dark man radiated the air of being himself not only the ticket seller but also parcels porter, sweeper-up, lavoratory cleaner, and station-master — all of which indeed he was.
It is obvious that the absorbent vessels of the skin are very active during the lavoratory process; such soap must not, therefore, be used except by the special advice of a medical man.
The halls of the train smelled horribly of unattended lavoratory.
If the press were allowed to photograph His Highness as he really is, they’d probably snap him in a cloud of Camels in the campaign bus lavoratory. —