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to impart knowledge and skill to

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a building where young people receive education

the process of being formally educated at a school

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a body of creative artists or writers or thinkers linked by a similar style or by similar teachers

the period of instruction in a school

an educational institution's faculty and students

a large group of fish

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educate in or as if in a school

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teach or refine to be discriminative in taste or judgment

swim in or form a large group of fish

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In a few moments the master arrived and school "took in.
There seemed nothing humorous about this reply, which was merely the statement of a fact, but an irrepressible titter ran through the school.
The schoolhouse was some distance from the furnace, and as I had to work till nine o'clock, and the school opened at nine, I found myself in a difficulty.
I run away from Sunday School -- and went fishing with the Cottons -- and I told ever so many whoppers to Mrs.
With six weeks before her, she might in some degree make up for lost time; and, when the school opened again, she would avoid the mortification of being put down in the lowest class, along with the children.
Alec was evidently already won, for Rose had described the old slate and brown paper copy-book with pathetic effect, and the excellent man had not only decided to send Phebe to school long before the story was done, but reproached himself for forgetting his duty to one little girl in his love for another.
But in spite of his poverty and shabby clothes, he was a leader at college as he had been at school, and might often be seen at his college gates with a crowd of young men round him, "entertaining them with wit and keeping them from their studies.
Well, hang those dresses carefully up in your closet, and then sit down and learn the Sunday school lesson.
But I'm always afraid he will," said Cecily, "and it would be such a DISGRACE to have two boys fighting over me in school.
Although any man who had proved his unfitness for any other occupation in life, was free, without examination or qualification, to open a school anywhere; although preparation for the functions he undertook, was required in the surgeon who assisted to bring a boy into the world, or might one day assist, perhaps, to send him out of it; in the chemist, the attorney, the butcher, the baker, the candlestick maker; the whole round of crafts and trades, the schoolmaster excepted; and although schoolmasters, as a race, were the blockheads and impostors who might naturally be expected to spring from such a state of things, and to flourish in it; these Yorkshire schoolmasters were the lowest and most rotten round in the whole ladder.
See Pinocchio hurrying off to school with his new A-B-C book under his arm
Our village was blessed amongst other things with a well-endowed school.
Cuff, the unquestioned king of the school, ruled over his subjects, and bullied them, with splendid superiority.
Have as little to do with him at school as you can, my lad," he said to Tom; and the command was obeyed the more easily because Mr.
To educate the people three things are needed: schools, and schools, and schools.
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