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Miss Miller was now the only teacher in the room: a group of great girls standing about her spoke with serious and sullen gestures.
Nay, gracious Teacher, deny me not what I know it is in thy power to perform.
He was taken aback to find that the old teacher accepted the present as though it were his due.
As yet no free schools had been started for coloured people in that section, hence each family agreed to pay a certain amount per month, with the understanding that the teacher was to "board 'round"--that is, spend a day with each family.
The teachers are safe in their rooms; we have set ourselves right with Francine.
When the arithmetic came, the little teacher was surprised to find her scholar quicker in some things than herself, for Phebe had worked away at the columns in the butcher's and baker's books till she could add so quickly and correctly that Rose was amazed, and felt that in this branch the pupil would soon excel the teacher if she kept on at the same pace.
Did a subject interest her was there space in it for either romance or imagination, she would fly through it with her subtle, active mind, leaving her two fellow-students and even her teacher toiling behind her.
The trustees have hired a new teacher and it's a lady.
Anytus is the type of the narrow-minded man of the world, who is indignant at innovation, and equally detests the popular teacher and the true philosopher.
As the days passed into weeks, even the teacher praised him, for he saw him attentive, hard working, and wide awake, always the first to come in the morning, and the last to leave when school was over.
Passion for power: the terrible teacher of great contempt, which preacheth to their face to cities and empires: "Away with thee
But Vassily Lukitch was thinking of nothing but the necessity of learning the grammar lesson for the teacher, who was coming at two.