Symington, the prep., gazed out of the window as only preps.
"Just go and see if there are many left in the prep.," said Captain Dowden to his orderly.
It is possible also that a prep., as 'fore or to, may have been effaced before 'Men.'
prep., Clive had found, was an excellent time for the doing of such little jobs.
prep., who, from the nature of their preparatory work, took certain courses in the collegiate department of the Institute.
We have to use our brains during school hours and prep., though we do have jolly times in between.
Symington, the prep., thought that was very funny and laughed aloud, and hoped he did not disturb his host by so doing.