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“They grew up 15 minutes from each other, were in the same grade, and shared similar friend circles,” the lawsuit says.

Because this kind of software is professional grade, it is expensive.

Fairfax County’s schools superintendent is recommending a return of students across grades over the next three months but is receiving a mixed reaction.

The departures will come midway through the school year and for the upper grades, weeks before their quarter ends in late January.

She was working for a bank in the village of Park Forest, and my brother and I were both in grade school when it happened.

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Of course, when it comes to grading acting performance, age shouldn't be anything but a number.

Grading on that standard, two Palestinian voices at AIPAC, the pro-Israel lobby is revolutionary.

The symbolism of a gun-control group grading members of Congress for the first time is a display of power in itself, Glaze says.

After less than a year, the faculty were furious because there were not enough TAs to do all their grading for them.

I've spent the morning grading papers and trying to figure out why the Orthodox Union (OU) wants to disturb my Yom Kippur.

If the wages are graded according to capacity, then the grading is done by the everlasting elective officials.

It was perched high above the sidewalk, for the street but a few years since was a gully, and the grading had deepened it.

It means tearing up those rails, grading a new line—and you'll pay for it.

The rocky nature of the site permitted little grading, but it added to the picturesqueness.

This absence of the collar is quite likely caused by its inter-grading with the Hutchins goose.

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On this page you'll find 57 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to grading, such as: allocation, allotment, analysis, arrangement, coordination, and designation.

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