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1  He was always yelling, outside class.
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2  Coming unprepared to all your classes.
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3  This girl in my class's mother took us.
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4  The teacher would go first, then the class.
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5  He could drive you crazy sometimes, him and the goddam class.
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6  Well, a bunch of us wanted old Ernie to be president of the class.
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7  Or you'd have a substitute taking the class, instead of Miss Aigletinger.
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8  It's this course where each boy in class has to get up in class and make a speech.
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9  "This boy, Curtis Weintraub, that's in my class, pushed me while I was going down the stairs in the park," she said.
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10  But you should've seen him when the headmaster, old Thurmer, came in the history class and sat down in the back of the room.
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11  His teachers were always writing letters to my mother, telling her what a pleasure it was having a boy like Allie in their class.
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12  He was in my math class, but he was way over on the other side of the room, and he hardly ever got up to recite or go to the blackboard or anything.
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13  Even though it was Sunday and Phoebe wouldn't be there with her class or anything, and even though it was so damp and lousy out, I walked all the way through the park over to the Museum of Natural History.
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14  I mean he was all stooped over, and he had very terrible posture, and in class, whenever he dropped a piece of chalk at the blackboard, some guy in the first row always had to get up and pick it up and hand it to him.
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15  The floor was all stone, and if you had some marbles in your hand and you dropped them, they bounced like madmen all over the floor and made a helluva racket, and the teacher would hold up the class and go back and see what the hell was going on.
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