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headmaster

noun as in dean

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Arndt said that in 2009 she reported the allegation to new headmaster Jon Balsbaugh “so that it didn’t fall by the wayside because Dave was still there,” according to an audio recording of her police interview.

In 2015, he returned to the Minneapolis area to become headmaster of another Christian school.

The headmaster of a school wondering how she could better handle hard conversations with the powerful and wealthy parents of her students.

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Meanwhile, Benjamin says, the Board watched, applauded the parents, and barred the headmaster from responding.

It really was a surprise to see, after that dancing scene, that she was the rigid headmaster of a military school.

Abd Ar-Rahim al-Hammadi, who goes by the name Abu Omar, is the assistant headmaster at the school.

I knew the headmaster there, he had set it up to have lunch with the head of the English department.

Unamused, the headmaster had destroyed the issue and threatened to bounce Bonzo's creator from school.

French, who was expecting the headmaster of his church schools, gathered up some papers and left the room.

Trevor made a note in his mind to effect these improvements in future essays, and was getting up, when the headmaster stopped him.

Trevor waited till the headmaster had gone back to his library, gave him five minutes to settle down, and then went in.

“Yes,” said the headmaster, seemingly roused by the silence following on the conclusion of the essay.

The headmaster nearly always invited a few of the house prefects to Sunday supper during the term.

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On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to headmaster, such as: principal, superintendent, administrator, and director.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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