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The difficulty of educating handlers of bills in distant places as to American credits.READINGS IN MONEY AND BANKINGCHESTER ARTHUR PHILLIPS
(a) That the Department should consider whether some better method of educating these children can be evolved.REPORT OF THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON MORAL DELINQUENCY IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTSOSWALD CHETTLE MAZENGARB ET AL.
There seemed to be no disagreement on the question of educating boys and girls of primary-school age together.REPORT OF THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON MORAL DELINQUENCY IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTSOSWALD CHETTLE MAZENGARB ET AL.
But she soon saw the need of educating the young people to the ideals and principles of peace.WAYS OF WAR AND PEACEDELIA AUSTRIAN
Edward Forster had maturely weighed the difficulties of the charge imposed upon him, that of educating a female.NEWTON FORSTERCAPTAIN FREDERICK MARRYAT
It must stand as a whole, educating the entire people, and looking to all for support, or it cannot be permanently maintained.THOUGHTS ON EDUCATIONAL TOPICS AND INSTITUTIONSGEORGE S. BOUTWELL
He must get on as well as he could, educating, improving, helping himself.ART IN ENGLANDDUTTON COOK
You've got a lot to learn, and I'm going to start right in educating you.THE VARMINTOWEN JOHNSON
Yet we are where we are today with regard to scarce food and dear meat because we didn't begin educating the young farmer sooner.PROCEEDINGS OF THE SECOND NATIONAL CONSERVATION CONGRESSVARIOUS
In educating her grandsons, the great empress excluded the fine arts.HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE, NO. VII, DECEMBER 1850, VOL. IIVARIOUS

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