- At school he excelled at all sports, becoming captain of athletics and representing his school in the public schools championships.
- At school, if your teacher had told the class that one kid was going to be famous, how many kids would have said it would be you?
- When I was in school, I used to do impressions of my friends at school and stuff like that.
- We didn't begin with a project for a house or a school or an office building.
- It looks at facilities like schools, office buildings and factories, and the chemicals likely to be in them.
- They found rates 50 per cent higher than levels established for American schools and public buildings.
- To be rude, I hate the nurse more then any teacher in the whole entire school.
- I'm the one with all the inside info on every single student in the whole pathetic school.
- What if the whole entire school catches it and falls into horrible states mentally and physically?
- The bell rang signalling the end of school and pupils rushed from the front exit out into the street.
- It is set in a dancing school, which opens with a scene of disarray (music and chairs scattered around).
- In this latter regard I am not sure that it is the role of design schools to produce design critics and design writers as much as it is to explore and engender critical practices.
- Art schools trained applied artists to create commercial art and decorative furnishings but offered no training in new technologies.
- It was therefore out of necessity that we were all drafted into the school's varsity basketball team.
- That's so sad for Scott because he plays tennis all his life and he's a varsity player of their school.
- Many successful people who couldn't afford Ivy League schools graduated from city and state colleges.
- Optometry courses lasting three years are taught in eight university departments and schools in the UK.
- In order to acquire the funding to expand departments, art schools and universities had to meet the formal requirements attached to the bill.
- Collaborations with other departments or schools at the university also help students explore alternatives.
- Furthermore, particular schools of artists and artistic movements are also separate markets.
- The hanging schemes did not accentuate the unique character of individual artists and schools.
- At the same time, a school of white jazz grew up in New York, led by Red Nichols, the Dorsey brothers Tommy and Jimmy, and others.
- My poetic revelation occurred in the last stages of modernism, when the various schools of the avant-garde were beginning to appear in Latin America.
- For fans of old and new school metal this is a great mix to have cranked up in your car stereo.
- Dvorak himself deliberately failed to initiate an American school of music.
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- Australians shared the same language, relied on British news for knowledge of the world, and were schooled in an education system which sustained British loyalties.
- He speaks great English, in fact, was schooled in the United States.
- Fifteen or 20 years ago I could protect my children from the excesses of consumerism and materialism by schooling them at home and putting the TV in the closet.
- Geragos has schooled him and prepared him very well.
- In her disguise as the boy Ganymede, Rosalind is able to promise Orlando a cure for lovesickness and also schools him in the art of love!
- He also has a treasure trove of beer facts and information to school anyone on the secrets of the suds.
Old English scōl, scolu, via Latin from Greek skholē 'leisure, philosophy, place where lectures are given', reinforced in Middle English by Old French escole.
- Discontinue one’s education: he left school at 16More example sentences
- She wanted to wait until the children finished school and leave school for the summer.
- With American education falling into decay, and each generation leaving school more hopeless than the last, it's good to know New York State isn't bilking its teachers.
- I was upset she was leaving school and probably ending her education.
of (or from) the old school
- see old school.
the school of hard knocks
- see knock.
school of thought
- A particular way of thinking, typically one disputed by the speaker: a school of thought that calls into question the constitutional foundations of this countryMore example sentences
- This wide-ranging mastery allows her to describe different schools of thought and research methods with a true distillation rather than simplification.
- There are a few schools of thought regarding style.
- There are a lot of people who are following too much a particular school of thought.
- The area was swarming with people the way a school of fish in a net would flop about.
- Shy leaves hide under their brethren as the icy chill dives and chases each one like a predator feasting on a school of fish.
- Inside her cluttered mind memories swam like a skittish school of fish.
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late Middle English: from Middle Low German and Middle Dutch schōle, of West Germanic origin; related to Old English scolu 'troop'. Compare with shoal1.