convent school

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Translations
مَدْرَسَة راهِبات
klášterní škola
klosterskole
klausturskóli
kláštorná škola
rahibeler okulu

convent school

convent school

nscuola retta da suore

convent

(ˈkonvənt) , ((American) -vent) noun
a building in which nuns live.
convent school
one run by nuns.
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Similarly provincial government should take potential steps for female education at primary and secondary school level.
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Michael Guinan said paying attention on female education and health is need ofthe hour and these girls can play pivotal role for the betterment of the society.
Michael Guinan said paying attention on female education and health is need of the hour and these girls can play pivotal role for the betterment of the society.
The next chapter deals with the education of women in colonial India and it was from small and modest beginnings that the slow spread of female education began.
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