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shool

(ʃuːl)
n
(Tools) a dialect word for shovel
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He rose to fame with his role of a gangster in 'Satya' and later featured in hit films such as 'Shool', 'Zubeidaa' and 'Pinjar'.
As medical director of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Student Wellness Program, Purushottam Thapa is responsible for the emotional and mental health needs of the medical shool's students and residents.
2 (Saba) - A football tournament for shool students in Sabeen district of capital Sanaa kicked off on Sunday.
Al-Fatima Shool beat GBSS Shoaib Muhammadi by 13 runs at Asghar Ali Stadium Stadium.
To make the event more meaningful, Romanian artist, Dainel Nicolae Djamo, and Filipino artist, Leeroy New, will work with students from a local high shool and an elementary school.
And Mairi is running a workshop for primary shool children on Saturday, July 28, for PS5 per child.
Spring Grove Junior Infant and Nursury Shool is half a mile away and was rated Outstanding by Ofsted | EATING OUT...
Caselli, always putting together teaching and artistic production and taking part, on behalf of the Shool, in national competitions and exhibitions, such as the Mostra d'Oltremare (Overseas Exhibition) in Naples and the Mostra dell'Artigianato (Handicraft Exhibition) in Florence, where in 1966 she was awarded the First Prize.
Ashay Ghogare, Shubham Vatsa, Lokesh Tekade, Shantanu Thakare, Prajakta Yadav, Pranav Shool, Pratik Wankhade, Vivekanand Dhakane, and Satish Charjan, College of Engineering Pune
While in Idaho, Harvard government professor David Moss participated in a discussion with the state's public education stakeholders, including the superintendent of instruction, the chairs of the Senate and House education committees, several school superintendents, and high shool history, government and civics teachers.
8, Willocks Nursery Shool released a statement expressing their excitement over the toddler's admission.