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use "pedagogue" in a sentence

As before, Dewey was the leader in the attack on the pedagogue, who was wiry, active, and strong.

During his service in the Lützow Free Corps in 1813 and 1814 - when he was involved in two campaigns against Napoleon - Fröbel befriended Wilhelm Middendorf, a theologian and fellow pedagogue, and
1839 the synod, under Cooke's guidance, organised an education scheme of its own, and applied to the government for pecuniary aid.

There are two types of bias: 1) Direct or pecuniary and 2) Reasonable apprehension of bias.

Also published as part of Social Process 1913: The Sphere of pecuniary valuation, American Journal of Sociology 19, 188-203.

When in 1797 he published his Picturesque Tour on the Wye, the chilling reception with which it met and the pecuniary loss to which it led proved how low his reputation had fallen.

His pecuniary resources failed him.

The city grew more pecuniary, impoverishing the most stripped, and enriching the nobility and the clergy.

The question of why the Maritimes fell from being a centre of Canadian manufacturing to being an economic hinterland is thus a central one to the study of the region's pecuniary difficulties.

It was indeed a stringent organization, in which each member had to give their time and interests to the company rather than themselves, nor could they assume pecuniary liabilities without company approval, or drink or gamble, all under penalty of a fine.

Requires the abandonment of tariff approach for non-pecuniary loss.

Specific and pecuniary legacies (next paragraph) may be more important.

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