“Go to an expensive area of town,” continues the instructress.
“Business theory teaches us one important lesson,” says the instructress.
She was the same who deferred the plague of Athens ten years by a sacrifice, and was my instructress in the art of love.
She had the sense to put herself in the hands of an instructress.
To inaugurate a course of vocal instruction, place the residence of the instructress.
As for Cynthia, she revelled in her position as instructress.
"Miss Gertrude, permit me to remark that you are lacking in respect to your instructress," returned Miss Fisk, reddening.
Their instructress in the French language was named Blanchard, and was already there.
Thucydides says that Athens was at this time the instructress of Greece, as she was the source of its supplies.
His mother was his companion, his playmate, and his instructress.