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Duckworth used to be, like Amanda Markey is now, a schoolteacher.
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At its center is David Balfour, who at 17, following the death of his schoolteacher father in 1751, hikes to the small town of Cramond, near Edinburgh, with a letter for an uncle he never knew he had.
Essential workers—health-care workers, grocery workers, and many schoolteachers, among others—are at high risk for infection because they cannot socially distance.
When he was 9, his father, a schoolteacher, died, leaving the family in poverty.
So they did, in the summer of 1965, my mother was a schoolteacher, she had the summer off.
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The schoolteacher has mixed these episodes with his teaching; he has nourished with them infantile imaginations.
Herbert Miller, the young schoolteacher, when he heard the demand made by Hank Sprowl, felt that he was in great danger.
THE DARE BOYS IN VIRGINIASTEPHEN ANGUS COX
The Prime Minister is a poor Welsh schoolteacher's son, without early education.
Yes, I see it too, and I will be a schoolteacher if we have to hold our first school in the open air.
Suddenly the schoolteacher rapped on the desk and bade us come to order and Ransom Walker was called to the chair.
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