schoolteaching love


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  • n. Serving as a teacher in a school.


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school +‎ teaching


  • She reminds us, from the start, of the septuagenarian Miss Daisy's schoolteaching past by her habit of treating her son and employee as if they were recalcitrant pupils.

    Driving Miss Daisy – review

  • He took up schoolteaching and then publishing; as A. B. Campbell & Co. he produced Health for All, Handicrafts and Stamp Magazine.

    Commander A. B. Campbell

  • She had given up her schoolteaching job in Idaho to marry her beau, Clarence “Jack” Jackson, a surveyor who spent most of his time on the road and had finally sent for her from the Nevada desert.


  • "I thought I'd left my schoolteaching days back in Texas," she said, disgusted like.


  • So she left schoolteaching and concentrated on four kids and a lot of hard work.

    OpEdNews - Diary: Going Like 60, into a Speed Bump

  • It felt good to be able to recall incidents of his life and his commitment to the Chapel, to schoolteaching, rugby, old cars and cycling - a well rounded person.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • To Miss Kimmel, Tom Horn was a knight in shining armor, the Western horseman she had dreamed of meeting when she accepted her schoolteaching contract.


  • To reach twenty-two unmarried in the mid-19th century was to approach spinsterhood and a lifetime of embroidery, good works, and schoolteaching.

    Mark Twain

  • Teaching means many different things, but six lessons are common to schoolteaching from Harlem to Hollywood.


  • Did they get more lowly jobs, schoolteaching or something unrelated to education at all?

    Harvard Professors Lack Clue Regarding What McCarthyism Was


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