chaperone

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one who accompanies and supervises a young woman or gatherings of young people

accompany as a chaperone

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That is all very well, " she answered, "but I am not sure that we ought to be in the gallery at Covent Garden together, with a chaperon who will sleep
And when you do your turn, take some one along for chaperon.
There is a difference," she retorted, "between a chaperon and a jailer.
In Petersburg there was a moment when a chaperon was absolutely essential for me.
The phoenix was to let, on this elevated perch, when Mr Dorrit, who had lately succeeded to his property, mentioned to his bankers that he wished to discover a lady, well-bred, accomplished, well connected, well accustomed to good society, who was qualified at once to complete the education of his daughters, and to be their matron or chaperon.
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He added that as chaperons,"we seek to provide the students with everything they need, as well as look after them.
The students will be certified as chaperons by the World Anti- Doping Agency ( WADA) and they will be eligible to work at various international events for the next two years.
Lieberman's students worked with their counterparts at Canyon, Saugus and Valencia high schools to screen bands and make arrangements for staffing, as well as recruit parents to serve as chaperons.
Peterson's company has grown to the point where it now has six full-time paid staff, and uses 200 trip chaperons from around the country.
INDIANAPOLIS--With nearly 24,000 teenagers and adult chaperons, the 26th National Catholic Youth Conference was billed as the largest Catholic youth conference in U.
National Ballet Festival '97 is expected to bring together approximately 1,500 devoted dance students and 500 artistic directors, teachers, chaperons, company board members, balletomanes, and friends.
Grundy once lettered the dance-loving maiden were gaily cast aside at much the same time as when old favourites, such as square dances, stately minuets, graceful cotillions and waltzes were succeeded by the one-step and fox-trot, while chaperons faded away like dim ghosts of the past during the war and programmes became unnecessary as a means of recording dances promised, as the fashion came in for a couple to become recognised 'dancing partners,' who would dance together throughout the evening, probably during the London season, accompanying each other to two or three dances in the same evening, or early hours of the next day.
The Prego Class Sweepstakes grand prize trip also provides for four additional chaperons.
It's important to think about not only specific teachers, school nurses or select administrators but all the people who will touch their child's life throughout the day - bus drivers, cafeteria workers, coaches, after-school volunteers, field trip chaperons, standardized test monitors, close friends, other parents, etc.