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This because I will be sitting down ready to hit the books and suddenly remember my bathroom isn't clean
Jackson as a high school coach who deliberately forefeited games when his team didn't hit the books hard enough.
kids hit the books at home for an average of about 19 minutes in 1997, compared with 16 minutes in 1981, the study found.
We feel the more relevant question is, how many black boys [and girls] can we inspire to put down their basketballs and hit the books with the hope of becoming a billionaire who can afford to buy a major sports team?
Fourth through seventh graders hit the books at the Mother-Daughter Book Club of Glen Cove, N.
When Michigan CPA Judy Trepeck wanted to establish niches in both practice management of law firms and family business consulting, she hit the books and started an active networking campaign.
Kids would rather hit the books than hit the beach, at least that's what their parents think.