1alumno masculinoalumna femeninoeducando masculino formaleducanda femenino formala pupil of Mozart — un discípulo de Mozart
- Reports of abuse by gangs of students on both fellow pupils and teachers occur daily.
- Lancaster University is offering dozens of school pupils a taste of student life this summer.
- It also has four primary schools and one high school, meaning good pupil to teacher ratios.
- The individual schools, pupils and teachers involved are not identified in the programme.
- He told delegates the primary school pupil had attacked four teachers.
- In the second school, pupils were taught in bare rooms at the top of a narrow, stone staircase.
- Many students and school pupils returned home due to their teachers being on strike.
- I have been in academic life now, pupil, student and teacher, for over half a century.
- One in every five secondary school pupils plays truant, according to Whitehall.
- Former pupils and teachers joined together to mark the closure of a school.
- A former sixth form pupil at Ulverston Victoria High School is returning as head teacher in September.
- Both teachers and pupils are looking forward to the new school term and all its challenges.
- When I teach school pupils I make sure they have fun as well as know basic co-ordinated moves.
- Over a quarter of all secondary school pupils in Rochdale played truant last year.
- A good third of Hartman's helpers were high school pupils and university students.
- Her killing has shocked teachers and pupils at her old school Southlands High, in the town.
- The teachers also taught the pupils to sing one or two songs in a different language.
- Teachers are seen by pupils not to teach but as a way they can justify themselves at the next inspection.
- A school is teaching pupils the importance of hand washing following an outbreak of ringworm.
- The relation of master and apprentice was very close, not at all like the relation of pupil and teacher today.
1(of eye)pupila femenino
- If the glint appears right in the centre of the pupil then it means the person is making eye contact.
- The procedure involved displacing the lens from the pupil into the vitreous cavity.
- It is held to the eyes and uses a green flashing light to scan the pupils.
- The cornea is the clear part of the outer layer of the eye that covers the iris and the pupil.
- It was not necessary for us to agonise over the state of the retina or retinal vessels through a small undilated pupil.
- Look at the eyes again, concentrating on the light reflex in the iris and pupil.
- It varies the size of the pupil and the thickness of the lens of the eyes to adjust for brightness and for distance.
- The tests will dilate the pupils and make it impossible to drive or do close work for several hours afterwards.
- If the pupil is not dilated, the inflamed iris will stick to the lens, which can lead to scarring.
- The pupils do not change size when a bright light is projected into them.
- His pupils were dilated, and there was mild local swelling at the bite site.
- Muscles controlling the iris change the size of the pupil according to light conditions.
- Calmly I went in and looked in the mirror only to find that my left pupil was grossly dilated, the right one being normal and reacting.
- The pupils should be dilated and the fundus examined in a darkened room.
- The pupil shrinks with age, allowing smaller amounts of light to filter into the eye to assist with vision.
- He says he has been prescribed pills which reduce the blurring by reducing the size of his pupil but he says he cannot drive at night now.
- The cornea is hazy because of oedema, and the pupil is semidilated and fixed to light.
- Perhaps I did not observe closely enough the reaction of his pupils to light and accommodation.
- Staff in eye clinics often warn people whose pupils have been dilated not to drive home.
- Her pupils responded by dilating to a bright light.