SATs


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SATs

(sæts) education
n acronym for
1. (Education) standard assessment tasks
2. (Education) standard assessment tests
3. (Education) standard attainment tests
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In the evening he returned, bearing a buck upon his shoulders, and they skinned the buck and ate of it as they sat by the fire.
Little Benjamin sat down beside his cousin, and assured him that Mr.
Then she sat and wept and screamed with all the strength of her body, over the misfortune which lay before her.
It was in a turret, looking over the tops of the trees in the Anlage; and the bed was in an alcove, so that when you sat at the desk it had not the look of a bed-room at all.
After we sat down to our waffles and sausage, Jake told us how pleased the Shimerdas had been with their presents; even Ambrosch was friendly and went to the creek with him to cut the Christmas tree.
Anyone who picked an apple gained admittance into the golden castle, and there in a silver room sat an enchanted Princess of surpassing fairness and beauty.
But there is reason to believe that President Dunster sat in it, when he held the first Commencement at Harvard College.
In the street infants played or fought with other infants or sat stupidly in the way of vehicles.
In the middle of this lake sat the Snow Queen when she was at home; and then she said she was sitting in the Mirror of Understanding, and that this was the only one and the best thing in the world.
IN a large and pleasant garden sat little Annie all alone, and she seemed very sad, for drops that were not dew fell fast upon the flowers beside her, who looked wonderingly up, and bent still nearer, as if they longed to cheer and comfort her.
The count sat on the sofa between two guests who were smoking and talking.
Although he was half ashamed of himself, he strolled back once more into the kitchen, and, drawing up a stool, he sat down just where he had discovered Hannah Cox, sat still and listened.