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One of them told VOSD she started receiving hundreds of dollars in water bills this spring and said she had to use her child’s college textbook money to try and cover them.
The nonfiction books of today are not the textbooks of yesteryear.
Walking through the marble halls of Congress is far more powerful than reading about the institution in textbooks.
Amy Wilson, 29, an architect based in Washington state, has a textbook pandemic job-loss story.
Her detailed virus photos have appeared in textbooks and science articles.
The district said the 2017-18 school year was the last for which it sent outstanding textbook fees to collections.
THE PANDEMIC HASN’T STOPPED THIS SCHOOL DISTRICT FROM SUING PARENTS OVER UNPAID TEXTBOOK FEESBY ELLIS SIMANI, PROPUBLICA, AND KIM KILBRIDE, SOUTH BEND TRIBUNEDECEMBER 12, 2020PROPUBLICA
I have always been taken by the books of Helen Keller, for, in essence, they are textbooks meant to teach us how to observe life.
FIVE SCIENTISTS ON THE HEROES WHO CHANGED THEIR LIVES - ISSUE 93: FORERUNNERSALAN LIGHTMAN, HOPE JAHREN, ROBERT SAPOLSKY,DECEMBER 2, 2020NAUTILUS
The 2010 “Flash Crash,” where algorithmic traders helped wipe nearly $1 trillion off the stock market in minutes, is a textbook example, and widespread use of automated trading software has been blamed for the increasing fragility of markets.
One reason to suspect that ads do work well is the underlying assumption that firms like Unilever who buy so much advertising are — as Econ 101 textbooks tell us — profit-maximizers.
School meals are just as important to students’ ability to succeed in school as textbooks and transportation.

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