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The potential solutions to reduce the spread of the virus extend far beyond the schoolhouse.
When the Union men held a meeting in a schoolhouse the smouldering fire was fanned into a blaze.
The Baptist Chapel and schoolhouse looked as if they were cut out of red cardboard against the night.
MUSHROOM TOWNOLIVER ONIONS
The little schoolhouse was crowded to the doors night by night.
WAYSIDE COURTSHIPSHAMLIN GARLAND
It was the schoolhouse near the Barnes place, the scene of the dance.
You're the one Pierre met at the dance at the Crittenden schoolhouse.
The schoolhouse, I suppose, serves similarly as a snowmark for the people at the farm.
AULD LICHT IDYLLSJ. M. BARRIE
Sandy (aside, rising slowly to his feet, with his back to schoolhouse door).
It was already after seven o'clock, quite too late to go to the schoolhouse after the missing book.
As she reached the first turning toward her own home, she looked off in the other direction, where the schoolhouse stood.

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