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In pos t-primary schools there is at present no official system of linking the home and school in the investigation of problems.
Possible, pos′i-bl, adj. that may be or happen: that may be done: not contrary to the nature of things.
Post′-pos′itive; Post′-remote′, more remote in subsequent time or order; Post′-ter′tiary, more recent than the Tertiary.
She died right yer while you was a-traipsin' an' a- trollopin' roun' frum pos' to pillar a-upholdin' your quality idees.
MINGOJOEL CHANDLER HARRIS
Ma-què-a-pos's faith could hardly stand the test of any religious creed.
Le principe pos est simple: un navire neutre convoy par un navire de guerre de sa nation est exempt de visite.
Den he go down to de pos' offis, whar de mail had jes' come in.
Dis yere's de pos'man's li'l gal what's gone away wid de misery in his laigs.
DOROTHYEVELYN RAYMOND
I am afraid it was only the slightness of our acquaintance that kept him from being pos-i-tive-ly pet-u-lent.
JOHN MARCH, SOUTHERNERGEORGE W. CABLE
I know perfectly well you don't expect ever to mean anything to anybody any more; you consider it a sheer im-pos-si-bil-i-ty.
JOHN MARCH, SOUTHERNERGEORGE W. CABLE

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pandiculationnoun | [pan-dik-yuh-ley-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION
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