Easter term


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Easter term

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(Law) the term at the Inns of Court following the Hilary term
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At the end of the Easter term there were the sports, and he would be able to go in for the races; he rather fancied himself over the hurdles.
(31) King's College Magazine, Ladies' Department, number XIII, Easter term 1901, 6.
He was meant to come back to work in Easter term then asked to stay on leave.
"He was meant to come back to work in Easter term but suddenly and unexpectedly requested to remain on leave.
Keynes' 1931 Michaelmas Term lectures were postponed until the Easter Term of 1932 (Rymes 1989, p.
"The current figure for persistent absence, up to the end of the Easter term 2008, is 8.4%, which is 2% better than for the same period in 2007 and 5% better than for the same period in 2006.
A further 2,000 will get one by the Easter term and 4,000 by the end of summer, making a total of 8,000 - more than a tenth of the city's 70,000 secondary school pupils.
The council's executive board will be told that the headteacher at Acton junior school had told governors she would be retiring at the end of the Easter term.
Lovell reported a ``very busy period'' up to Christmas, and outlined 44 days, starting from the return to school in January, on which education officer Steve Varey would be conducting events during the Easter term.
Siobhan collapsed over her books in the library at John Moores university on the last day of the Easter term.
Jackie added: "She'll have problems in the Easter term when her class start to learn French.