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- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
- human nature as it really is. In a certain sense this failure
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
- child's feelings, will fail to have any impact, at least until
- it. If you fail to present arithmetic or writing lessons
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
- must not fail now to confirm the student's heartfelt conviction
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
- post at a high school. Mendel failed his exam brilliantly,
- permitting failed candidates to retake their exams after a
- certain period of time. Gregor Mendel did so and again failed
- failed candidates were sometimes hired as teachers, and so
- even though he had twice failed his exam. Since this had been
- properly, and this is a lamentable failing. Knowledge of
- candidates are doomed to fail their exams.
- education in one's own school, pupils were to fail their
- Speaking of failing an exam — and here I am speaking to
- fail in botany — if that were the only intention! I
- fail an exam. In this chapter of life also, some very strange
- matter of failing or passing an exam is a very tricky
- For many, a failed graduation exam means being cast out of the
- graduation exam would fail! This is how diametrically opposed
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