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  • n. Plural form of schoolteacher.


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  • What sets Venetia apart from other 87-year-old schoolteachers is that she’s the only person alive to have named one of the solar system’s nine planets: she came up with the name Pluto for the outermost planet when she was an 11-year-old schoolgirl in Oxford.

    The little girl who named Pluto

  • One of his schoolteachers was a nephew of Sir Richard Gregory, who was editor of Nature, and who knew H. G. Wells.

    Making Light: Open thread 136

  • "The homes are given to working-class families, such as schoolteachers and civil-service workers, who are crucial to the resurgence of New Orleans," Mr. Riggio says.

    Rebuilding New Orleans

  • Alethea Pieters, a spokeswoman for Patrick's economic stimulus office, said yesterday that public sector jobs are "as important, if not more important" than private sector jobs because of the "critical services" some of them provide, such as schoolteachers, police and firefighters.

    Business -

  • Margaret’s handwriting was the smooth, round style used by the older generation of schoolteachers, which is exactly what Margaret was before she became an elementary school principal, which is what she was before she retired.

    The View from Saturday

  • I strongly disagree that government, tax funded "schoolteachers" are necessary for a

    Alex Jones' Prison

  • Social Security), attends to the majority of workers with social security in the entire country - In the case of ISSSTE, to workers serving the State, such as schoolteachers, which total 1800000 people, the workers of public universities, national institutes, and workers of the structure of the State. - Financial News

  • Whether you live in a family of schoolteachers or a neighborhood of factory workers and farmers, everyone values intelligence.

    Red Flags or Red Herrings?

  • New York City students are getting an extra day of summer vacation so that schoolteachers can bone up on new instructional standards.

    School's Start Delayed a Day

  • Yes, yes, clean hands are important when there's a plague about, but it's probably better simply not to put them in your mouth or touch food after you've coughed into them -- you know, the elementary precautions beaten into us by parents and kindergarten schoolteachers.

    Archive 2009-05-01


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