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third grade

n
(Education) (in the US) the third year of school, when children are eight or nine years old
ˌthird-ˈgrader n
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One of the men first hit her with the butt of his pistol on the head while her daughter, who is a third-grader, pleaded with them to not hurt her mother.
According to a statement recorded with the police, the third-grader was standing outside her house when the accused man signalled her toward him.
Each year, the firm presents a ball and a book to every third-grader at a local elementary school for the summer.
"You should never give up on your dreams," said Copeland, whose friends know her better as third-grader Breanna Davis.
The 31-year old 'Halo' singer spoke to Novak, the third-grader at Eastchester Elementary School, about the organization and its lifesaving work and highlighted the need to be 'unselfish' and have compassion, in order to impact the world, People Magazine reported.
Ramona, the exasperating but lovable third-grader, has delighted young readers for over 50 years through the books of Newbery Medal-winning writer Beverly Cleary.
Don't try writing on it; your text will look like a third-grader's penmanship.
While this San Francisco third-grader was going for goals, she saw something that troubled her.
Imai is accused of killing Yuki Yamakawa, a third-grader at a local elementary school and resident of the apartment building, on March 20, 2006.
Author Tony Robles authored the politically incorrect Joey Gonzalez, Great American, a book depicting a third-grader's dream of succeeding without special preferences and any condescending attitude toward Hispanics displayed by a teacher.
Then a Marine City, Michigan, third-grader, she wrote:
You can't ask a third-grader to do passe simply to do it.

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