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SCHOOL
ADVANCED PUPILS
BRANDLER
BINOCULAR OPTICS
MARIE-AIMÉE ROGER-MICLOS
DISCHI FONOTIPIA
ANTHONY VAN HOBOKEN
TITIAN
BEWICK
ROYAL PUPILS
BRILLIANT PUPILS
VERTICAL PUPILS
HORIZONTAL PUPILS
FRANZ LISZT
RENOWNED PUPILS
SECONDARY SCHOOLS
SECONDARY SCHOOL
PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS
PRIVATE PUPILS
SEVERAL PUPILS
NUMEROUS PUPILS
CAREL
STAR PUPILS
THREE PUPILS
YOUNGER PUPILS
FELLOW PUPILS
LAST PUPILS
EXIT PUPILS
FORMER PUPILS
FAMOUS PUPILS
GIFTED PUPILS
HOUSE
INTERESTING
COACH
CULTURE
PRINCIPAL
SEVEN
NAMES
NAME
FUTURE
HEADACHE
BUILDING
MIDDLE
PART
OWN RIGHT
GROUP
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Definitions

  1. Pupils are reminded that they are required to have the usual standard of school dress code during exams, or if in school for study leave.
  2. Pupils are instead given questionnaires to discover if they prefer to learn through "visual, auditory or kinaesthetic" (Vak) teaching.
  3. Pupils were aged 12-17 years, sons of the Hiberno-Norman gentry and perhaps the wealthier merchants of the town.
  4. Pupils are staying away from school because of this, a primary school teacher in Masvingo province told IPS.
  5. Pupils are also not allowed to use their handphones on their way from the foyer to the school gate.

School

  1. The Trouble Makers Guide to School - A collection of one hundred pranks aimed at school pupils.
  2. Pelikan makes also entry-level fountain pens and fountain pens for school pupils, for example "Pelikano" and "Future".
  3. In the middle of the century, Downside is said to have sent the highest proportion of pupils to Oxbridge of any school in the country.

Advanced Pupils

  1. Often, cheder teachers would let pupils advance to the next level of learning too early because advanced pupils had to pay more money for lessons.

Brandler

  1. But, like Brandler and Thalheimer, he and his partner Rosi Wolfstein had been allies and pupils of Rosa Luxemburg.

Binocular Optics

  1. The distance between the user's eyes (pupils) and the adjustment of binocular optics to adjust for differences in individuals.

Marie-Aimée Roger-Miclos

  1. Of his pupils, only one, Marie-Aimée Roger-Miclos (1860-1950), recorded in the early 1900s for the Fonotipia company.

Dischi Fonotipia

  1. Of his pupils, only Marie-Aimée Roger-Miclos (1860-1950) recorded, in the early 1900s, for Dischi Fonotipia.

Anthony Van Hoboken

  1. He taught the piano and music theory privately, with Wilhelm Furtwängler, Anthony van Hoboken and Felix Salzer among his pupils.

Titian

  1. His sumptuous coloring and fluent, atmospheric landscapes had a great effect on the Venetian painting school, especially on his pupils Giorgione and Titian.

Bewick

  1. What distinguishes these pupils of Bewick especially is, that they were artists as well as engravers, capable of producing the designs they engraved.

Royal Pupils

  1. Scarlatti is noted for the keyboard sonatas (he wrote over 550 of these!) that were composed for his royal pupils.

Brilliant Pupils

  1. The assistant chosen, doubtless at Bolland's suggestion, for he had been one of his most brilliant pupils in the humanities, was Godfrey Henschen (b.

Vertical Pupils

  1. The vertical pupils and brass-colored irises give spadefoots the most beautiful eyes of any Florida frog or toad.

Horizontal Pupils

  1. Frogs can have horizontal pupils, like tree frogs and true frogs, or vertical pupils, like the painted frogs.

Franz Liszt

  1. His two most famous pupils were Sigismund Thalberg and Franz Liszt.

Renowned Pupils

  1. A true violinist's violinist, Rosand carries on two traditions of playing, directly descending from renowned pupils of Eugene Ysae and Leopold Auer.

Secondary Schools

  1. Ossetian is taught in secondary schools for all pupils.

Secondary School

  1. Crickhowell High School is a secondary school with approximately 670 pupils.

Primary School Pupils

  1. Children's paintings Brilliant colour and lively scenes - a slideshow of paintings showing how primary school pupils from primary school see Llanybydder.

Private Pupils

  1. In her later years she took many private pupils, including the composers Malcolm Williamson, Alison Bauld, Brian Elias and Robert Saxton.

Several Pupils

  1. Frazz often has comic conversations with several pupils at the school where he works.

Numerous Pupils

  1. Bewick had numerous pupils, several of whom gained distinction as engravers.
  2. Bewick was for many years in partnership with his former master, and in later life had numerous pupils, several of whom gained distinction as engravers.
  3. With the help of numerous pupils, of whom Ciro Ferri was the most important, he painted many other frescoes and easel pictures in Rome and Florence.

Carel

  1. Because of his renown as a teacher, his studio was filled with pupils, some of whom (such as Carel Fabritius) were already trained artists.

Star Pupils

  1. Cecchetti had begun to teach ballet by this time and also cast one of his star pupils, Luigi Albertieri, in the performance.

Three Pupils

  1. At any rate, by 1628 he already had three pupils, Jan Lievens, Gerard Dou and Jan Joris van Vliet.

Younger Pupils

  1. Some schools also have special mediators, who are student volunteers trained to resolve conflicts between their classmates or younger pupils.

Fellow Pupils

  1. Her best- renowned piece was The Dying Swan choreographed for her by Michel Fokine, one of her fellow pupils in the School of Imperial Ballet.

Last Pupils

  1. He was one of the last pupils of Franz Liszt.

Exit Pupils

  1. We analyze the effects of vignetting owing to rotation of the eye in visual instruments with real exit pupils.

Former Pupils

  1. The "old boy network" of former pupils was a quick way to promotion, and a public school tie helpful in a career.
  2. The panelling "up School" is similarly, but officially, painted with the coats of arms of many former pupils.

Famous Pupils

  1. One of her more famous pupils was Martha Graham, who attended Ms. St. Denis' school of dance, Denishawn, that she had started with her husband, Ted Shawn.
  2. This school had famous pupils from all over the Greek world, such as the historians Ephorus and Theopompus and orators Isaeus, Lycurgus, and Hypereides.
  3. Most notable amongst Rambert and Craske's many famous pupils, and the most important link, through them, to Cecchetti, was Sir Frederick Ashton.

Gifted Pupils

  1. Carel Fabritius (1622 - 1654) was a Dutch painter and one of Rembrandt 's most gifted pupils.

House

  1. During this period, pupils must be "up house" (see "Up"), in the Library, or in the Computer Room; "You may not leave the school during prep".

Interesting

  1. His eyes are interesting because they include pupils; this of course changes with Steamboat Willie where he is seen with oval, button-like eyes.

Coach

  1. As a coach, his pupils included Ronnie Robertson and Dick Button.

Culture

  1. In many cases, pupils have negative expectations towards learning Swedish which may foster a negative attitude towards the Swedish language and culture.

Principal

  1. By 1762 he had been appointed principal of the academy and included among his pupils was the great Dutch flower painter Jan van Os.

Seven

  1. Pupils remain at primary school for seven years completing Primary One to Seven.

Names

  1. He had known only his first name, but when pupils responded to roll call with two names, Booker desperately added a famous name, becoming Booker Washington.

Name

  1. Rhondda Cynon Taf Council has angered parents and pupils alike, who want the name to remain the same.
  2. As their name suggests, preparatory schools are designed to prepare pupils for entrance examinations for fee-paying independent schools.

Future

  1. There was no difference between the groups in the proportion of pupils intending to use emergency contraception in the future.

Headache

  1. Associated signs and symptoms include headache, projectile vomiting, a decreased level of consciousness, and fixed or dilated pupils.

Building

  1. The royal couple met with some of the pupils inside the building, and then walked down the stairs  to see the performance in the Margot Fonteyn theatre.
  2. One of his most famous pupils, Thomas Hardwick Junior, helped build parts of the building during his period of training.

Middle

  1. For the convenience of pupils who cannot attend school while living at home hostels are attached to many middle and high schools.

Part

  1. At the Council, the Dhamma was divided into various parts and each part was assigned to an Elder and his pupils to commit to memory.
  2. At the age of five, he took part in the annual concert together with other pupils from the school.

Own Right

  1. Few of the pupils and assistants of Titian became well-known in their own right; for some being his assistant was probably a lifetime career.

Group

  1. Harry secretly gathers a group of the other pupils and begins teaching them defensive spells to prepare for the coming war against Lord Voldemort.
  2. The teacher had a group of pupils in Utsjoki and there was a tutor in Nuorgam.

Categories

  1. Knowledge > Education > Schools > School
  2. Arts > Visual Arts > Artists > Rembrandt
  3. Education > Learning > Teaching > Teacher
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  5. Music > Composers > Composer > Liszt

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