I should be very glad to be near Miss Emma of course, and always am.'
I would have liked to be near Miss Desmond, as I wished to draw her out further in regard to her political principles.
That seat behind the new little girl was the only vacant one in the room located at all near Miss Brown's desk.
Near Miss Dayton's home a fine private school had been opened, which offered every advantage for girls of Randy's age.
Sometimes—after, say, a near miss on the polo field—he would wonder how polite and dignified the great old days actually had been.
She was too angry to notice how near Miss Campbell and Elinor were sitting to the open door.
Years back, an Invader bomber had scored a near miss on the building, and minor damage to stonework was unrepaired.
For that reason I should like to come back here to school next year and be near Miss North.