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  • n. Plural form of schoolroom.


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  • More than this, I like the cursing of pre-pubescent boys, of children who are just learning that there is a world of language beyond the polite language that is encouraged at home and in schoolrooms, a world of language that is dark and dirty and forbidden and thrilling beyond measure.

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  • As Mr. Brooks glanced at them and recalled the schoolrooms of the old missions, with their monastic shadows which half hid the gaudy, tinseled saints and flaming or ensanguined hearts upon the walls, he feared that the little waif of Mother Church had not gained any cheerfulness in the exchange.

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  • He also noted some "encouraging signs" on religious freedom, including a European court ruling that allows crucifixes to remain in Italian schoolrooms.

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  • Homes, schoolrooms, playgrounds, and other places are crumbling as wild nature reclaims the land.

    Japanese Nuclear Crisis Renews International Safety Concerns

  • Raised on a Minnesota dairy farm, she was a student teacher in the bare schoolrooms of the Dakotas.

    Karen Dalton-Beninato: Dancing Under the Country Club Sprinklers

  • Or some big-government liberal would have hired 6,000 people to fill potholes or clean up parks or repair schoolrooms.

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  • It's the time when the garden is full of new and constantly changing possibilities every time you step outside, where the farmer's markets are essentially throwing their produce at you and even though the kids are once again ensconced in schoolrooms nobody is quite ready for the warm, golden nights to end.

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  • In 2 schoolrooms there are two-storied beds along the wall in a row.

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  • Do public appearances in very mixed senior centers, schoolrooms, factories.

    Arthur Kretchmer: Obama, the Sequel

  • Virginia Tech, we decided to circumscribe or define what was appropriate compensation for purely mental anguish by limiting that payment to those who were actually in the schoolrooms where the gunman did his shooting.

    Transcript: Kenneth Feinberg


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