But two can also efficiently serve eight; or with unaccompanied dishes an expert servant can manage eight alone, and with one assistant, he can perfectly manage twelve.
As I looked out of the coach window, and observed that an old house on Fish-street Hill, which had stood untouched by painter, carpenter, or bricklayer, for a century, had been pulled down in my absence; and that a neighbouring street, of time-honoured insalubrity and inconvenience, was being drained and widened; I half expected to find St. Paul’s Cathedral looking older.
We acknowledge Dean Schneider's ability as an engineer and as an educator, but until he has submitted proof, we must question his ability and training as an observer of physical characteristics as indicative of character and aptitudes.
The instructor repeats much for the sake of emphasis; he multiplies illustrations, not important in themselves, but important for the sake of stressing his point.
Lord Peel, the British Undersecretary for War, presided, and the reader must picture to himself the not too large and quite dignified room of assembly in that building, and all these fine, grave, Soldierly figures quietly intent upon the lecturer's words.
In a little while the Professor signalled to me, so I got up and joined him.
Isocrates himself demanded ten minæ, or L.33 : 6 : 8 from each scholar.
He was sounding like a schoolteacher again. "
It is the duty of the stenographer to attend to all correspondence of the department, including dictation from the supervisor and the assistant supervisor.
We sat togetherfour hours, in which time I wrote down a great number of words incolumns, with the translations over against them; I likewise made ashift to learn several short sentences; for my tutor would orderone of my servants to fetch something, to turn about, to make abow, to sit, or to stand, or walk, and the like.
A letter exposes to all the evil of consultation, and where the mind is anything short of perfect decision, an adviser may, in an unlucky moment, lead it to do what it may afterwards regret.
A great executive, especially as a relentless driver and rigid disciplinarian.
'Perhaps I can get a guide among your lads, and he might stay at the Grange till morning--could you spare me one?'
The Mentor was the managing editor of Steve Jackson Games and a professional game designer by trade.
These accomplishments the richer citizens seem frequently to have acquired at home, by the assistance of some domestic pedagogue, who was, generally, either a slave or a freedman; and the poorer citizens in the schools of such masters as made a trade of teaching for hire.
The publication offended the Abbé Nollet, preceptor in Natural Philosophy to the royal family, and an able experimenter, who had form'd and publish'd a theory of electricity, which then had the general vogue.
I sought out a pundit for aid in my stumbling interpretation.
Neither occupation was likely to teach a fourteen-year-old girl how to "fake" a plate.
Picton went with his trainer at once, leaving Rita with her brother and Hector.