REBEP

AcronymDefinition
REBEPRehabilitation of Basic Education Project (Sierra Leone)
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In Winesburg, as in all Ohio towns of twenty years ago, there was a section in which lived day laborers.
But I have reason to believe that in this section of Copan is a large city, the existence of which has not been made certain of by any one save myself--and, perhaps, Professor Beecher.
Grandfather had explained to Ambrosch that some day, when the country was put under fence and the roads were confined to section lines, two roads would cross exactly on that corner.
It did not yield to her hand; and the white curtain, drawn across the window which formed the upper section of the door, struck her quick perceptive faculty as something unusual.
But though this sculpture is half man and half whale, so as only to give the tail of the latter, yet that small section of him is all wrong.
As soon as it was over I showed to Sir Ozana these words which I had written on the inside of his hat: Chemical Department, Labor- atory extension, Section G.
This gorge--along whose bottom pours the swift Neckar-- is confined between (or cloven through) a couple of long, steep ridges, a thousand feet high and densely wooded clear to their summits, with the exception of one section which has been shaved and put under cultivation.
I got under the table and raised the blanket, and went to work to saw a section of the big bottom log out -- big enough to let me through.
The learned men from other planets and other systems come here and hang around a while, when they are touring around the Kingdom, and then go back to their own section of heaven and write a book of travels, and they give America about five lines in it.
In one place, far from the section usually traversed by tourists, the names "BECKY & TOM" had been found traced upon the rocky wall with candle-smoke, and near at hand a grease-soiled bit of ribbon.
Take one day; share it into sections; to each section apportion its task: leave no stray unemployed quarters of an hour, ten minutes, five minutes--include all; do each piece of business in its turn with method, with rigid regularity.
Citizen Doctor," said the first, reluctantly, "he has been denounced to the Section of Saint Antoine.