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SCHSchool
SCHSchedule
SCHSearch
SCHSemester Credit Hours
SCHScholar (title)
SCHSchizophrenia
SCHSantander Central Hispano (bank in Spain)
SCHSuccinylcholine
SCHSocket Head
SCHStudent Credit Hour (degree criterion)
SCHSpace Center Houston
SCHSynchronization Channel
SCHSeparate Confinement Heterostructure
SCHSubconjunctival Hemorrhage (bleeding in the mucous membrane touching the eye)
SCHSupplemental Channel
SCHSupracervical Hysterectomy
SCHSchwannomin
SCHSingapore Conference Hall (Singapore)
SCHSix Continents Hotels, Inc
SCHStatistical Clearing House (Australia)
SCHSuprachoroidal Hemorrhage (bleeding above the choroid; between the retina and white of the eye)
SCHSociety of Christ (religious order)
SCHSubchorionic Hemorrhage
SCHState Clearinghouse Handbook (California)
SCHSupplemental Code Channel
SCHSpindle Cell Hemangioendothelioma (pathology)
SCHSingular Cardinals Hypothesis
SCHSpindle Cell Hemangioma
SCHSimulated Congressional Hearing
SCHStandish Community Hospital (Standish, Michigan)
SCHSisters of Charity, Halifax (religious order)
SCHSub Carrier Horizontal
SCHScholl, Inc.
SCHService Circuit Handler
SCHShelter Complex Headquarters
SCHSingapore Changi Hospital (Singapore)
SCHSecrétaire de Chancellerie (French: Secretary of Chancery)
SCHShips Characteristics Handbook
SCHSequencer Chassis
SCHSquare Cartridge Heater
SCHSurface Combustor-Heater
SCHSpencer Chemical Company
SCHSociety for Colonial History
SCHSoftware Change History
SCHSupporting Checkout
SCHShopping Cart Hero (game)
SCHSeattle Children's Hospital (Washington)
SCHSt. Clair Hospital (Pennsylvania)
SCHSwedish Covenant Hospital (Chicago, IL)
SCHSRAG (Space Radiation Analysis Group) Console Handbook (US NASA)
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Although I admired scholarship so much in Cleric, I was not deceived about myself; I knew that I should never be a scholar.
The scholars followed after him in a wild mob, and I was left alone in the school-room, still in a Highly-Magnified state and free to do as I pleased.
But there was one scholar China failed to reckon on--Jacobus Laningdale.
Avonlea scholars often spent noon hour picking gum in Mr.
When I lay asleep, then did a sheep eat at the ivy-wreath on my head,--it ate, and said thereby: "Zarathustra is no longer a scholar.
George's education was confided to a neighbouring scholar and private pedagogue who "prepared young noblemen and gentlemen for the Universities, the senate, and the learned professions: whose system did not embrace the degrading corporal severities still practised at the ancient places of education, and in whose family the pupils would find the elegances of refined society and the confidence and affection of a home.
sometime a scholar of Lincoln College, Oxford, and himself a relation of their English editor.
Nor was this the only start Mr Swiveller had of the market-gardener, for determining to show the family what quality of man they trifled with, and influenced perhaps by his late libations, he performed such feats of agility and such spins and twirls as filled the company with astonishment, and in particular caused a very long gentleman who was dancing with a very short scholar, to stand quite transfixed by wonder and admiration.
The teacher's desk and chair stood on a platform in one corner; there was an uncouth stove, never blackened oftener than once a year, a map of the United States, two blackboards, a ten-quart tin pail of water and long-handled dipper on a corner shelf, and wooden desks and benches for the scholars, who only numbered twenty in Rebecca's time.
When the villagers saw the two scholars so unexpectedly appearing in shepherd's dress, they were lost in wonder, and could not guess what had led them to make so extraordinary a change.
The scholars sit on long benches, with desks before them.
Here is one of the finest scholars, one of the most original men of genius, and one of the most industrious of the literary profession of our country, whose temporary suspension of labor, from bodily illness, drops him immediately to a level with the common objects of public charity.