Our wheat harvest seemed miraculous to the people in the district, heavy as the first crop off the land ought to be.
A number of little businesses were started; they went on at first but slowly, but from day to day their progress became more rapid; and now sixty carts full of the various products of the district set out every Monday for Grenoble, and there is more buckwheat grown for poultry food than they used to sow for human consumption.
Bernard smiled down upon the assistant district attorney as upon a naughty child.
In the corridors were many people, and with his eyes on the broad shoulders of the assistant district attorney, Thorndike pushed his way through them.
The judge'll be here in a minute, now," said the assistant district attorney, and went inside a railed enclosure in front of the judge's bench.
The first man in the line was already at the railing, and the questions put to him by the judge were being repeated to him by the other assistant district attorney and a court attendant.
Austin says," continued the district attorney, "she's looked into this case, and asks to have the man turned over to her.
Being at last convinced, the Hajji breathed on our Sahib's forehead, to sink into his brain news concerning a slave-dealer in his district who had made a mock of the law.
He was in thy District three months to my certain knowledge, and I looked by every runner that thou wouldst send me in his head.
At length the District
Attorney called the wood-chopper to the bar, Billy gave an extremely confused account of the whole affair, although he evidently aimed at the truth, until Mr.
Now, prompted largely by the reporting requirements under the No Child Left Behind law, the Matsu and Birmingham districts
have sophisticated student information systems that allow them to efficiently collect the data they need and save staff resources.
Fourteen school districts
in the Antelope and Santa Clarita valleys potentially stand to lose about $15 million.
As part of a larger exploration of four school districts
, this single case analyzes teachers' perceptions about the hierarchical or collaborative nature of decision making in their district
and how this perception is related to their beliefs about who has influence over decision making.
151 has a higher tax rate, it has less to spend per pupil than many southwest suburban school districts
But more than six months later, as the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported, school districts
had "pulled their punches" on taking action against NCLB.