schoolchildren


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Well," he added after he had dosed them round and they had taken his prescriptions, with really laughable humility, more like charity schoolchildren than blood-guilty mutineers and pirates--"well, that's done for today.
The final stage of the All-Russian Olympiad of schoolchildren of the National Technological Initiative (STI) was completed in Sochi.
The World's Largest lesson is a lesson, which is held for 1,000 schoolchildren of 10 schools of the city.
Summary: Survey of 10,000 schoolchildren under 15 reveals 90% suffering from teeth-related diseases
OKARA -- A man in Okara charged with sexually abusing and filming schoolchildren will be presented before a court on Friday.
The concept of school gardens has obtained wide support in the Southeast Asian region to focus on the nutrition of schoolchildren and introduce them to agriculture at a young age.
A 12-year-old girl who has been immunized with Dengvaxia has died, raising to three the number of schoolchildren in Pampanga province who have died after inoculation with the dengue vaccine since December last year.
Speaking on the resolution, she said that it will be encouraging if schoolchildren in primary schools are taught by female teachers because they know how to treat a child well.
During his visit to the school, the minister inaugurated a new classroom for autistic schoolchildren including acoustically insulated compartments to facilitate interactive teaching/learning process, as well as a group corner to prepare autistic children for inclusion in regular classes.
The number of schoolchildren in Latvia has decreased almost 25 per cent in the past twelve years, according to the Education and Science Ministry's statistics.
ACigarette NORIKO CABLE, a senior research fellow at University College London's Institute of Epidemiology and Health - who has just led a study examining whether happiness and awareness of alcohol or smoking-related harm is associated with young people's drinking and smoking behaviours - says: "Our study looked at the patterns of alcohol or cigarette use among 1,729 UK children aged 10 and 15, and our findings correlate with a declining trend in alcohol and cigarette use among schoolchildren.