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Maybe you're thinking of joining forces with the professor again, as you did when you dug the big tunnel.
I have no notion of going anywhere with Professor Bumper.
The professors assist them in the saving of their time by being promptly in their little boxed-up pulpits when the hours strike, and as promptly out again when the hour finishes.
The Professor laughed violently: then he gazed at them through his great spectacles, for a minute or two, without speaking.
But the Professor had forgotten all about them by this time, and was speaking to the Warden again.
He listened with a sceptical smile on his gaunt face, and roared with laughter on hearing that the Professor had convinced me.
When gouty Professor Wadley limped down to his seat there were general affectionate inquiries from all parts of the hall as to the exact state of his poor toe, which caused him obvious embarrassment.
Frau Professor Erlin called her establishment a family and not a pension; but it would have required the subtlety of a metaphysician to find out exactly where the difference lay.
There were the two daughters of the Frau Professor, the two other girls, one of the American students, and Philip.
Philander," interrupted Professor Porter; "their religion positively precluded the possibilities you suggest.
The professor was buried in his work and existed for nothing else.
The nearer the approach of the time when he might enter again upon those experiments which had now been neglected for the better part of a year the more self absorbed and moody became the professor.
Furthermore, Professor Caldwell did not realize Martin's concept of the average English professor.
The need which Professor Muirhead stressed is no less pressing to-day, and few will deny that philosophy has much to do with enabling us to meet it, although no one, least of all Muirhead himself, would regard that as the sole, or even the main, object of philosophy.
Sergey Ivanovitch met his brother with the smile of chilly friendliness he always had for everyone, and introducing him to the professor, went on with the conversation.
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