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- n. The position or role of a teacher.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The office of teacher; the post of teacher; an appointment as a teacher.
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- n. the position of teacher
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These passages, I say, show clearly the stamp both of the apostleship and the teachership: the authority for admonishing whomsoever and wheresoever he pleased is asserted by Paul in the Epistle to Philemon, v: 8:
If I could not get a pupil-teachership in some London school (and I believe I could by advertising) I could stay with you, and be governess to Georgina and Myrtle, for I am sure you cannot spare time enough to teach them as they ought to be taught, and Emmeline is not old enough to have any command over them.
Already at the early age of 30 years, through perseverance and push, he has forged his way as teacher through the teachership of schools at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church, Grand Cane, Dotson Academy and Spring Ridge Industrial Institute, to the principalship of the West End Public School, of Shreveport.
It was on her lips to tell him that she had resigned the teachership; but she forbore.
Therefore Mr. Samuel would certainly be elected; and counting on this, he felt sorry to have missed the chance of giving the teachership, by his casting vote, to one of his own sect -- some broad-minded, undenominational person who would teach the little ones to abhor all that savoured of popery.
Hester's letter accepting the teachership had put Mr. Sam in something of
And such a one might contend that, even if the common idea of definite precursorship and teachership be a mistake, the more subtle doctrine that such work as Scott's, and as Miss
If I could not get a pupil-teachership in some London school (and I believe I could by advertising) I could stay with you, and be governess to
German fluently, she had all but got a good teachership in a school, only she had no certificate of character.
Mohun on the pupil-teachership for him, as after he had passed the seventh standard he could not otherwise go on with his education, though she did not think he had much time for teaching.