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O’Brien was born in New Haven and went to Notre Dame High in West Haven after the nuns at St. Boniface grammar school, noticing that the young boy was a charmer, warned his mother not to send him to a school with girls.
Ball inherited her appreciation for language and writing from her father, a grammar school teacher and minister who could often be found working at the typewriter in his study.
Bob attended grammar school at St. Anthony’s in Cicero, Illinois and graduated from St. Phillips Basilica in Chicago.
His mother worked in one of the houses as a prostitute, and when the nuns at his Catholic grammar school discovered the nature of the family business, he was expelled.
Executive Produced by RuPaul, World of Wonder co-founders Randy Barbato and Fenton Bailey and WOW's Tom Campbell, the show is set in a grammar school for baby drag queens.
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First Known Use of grammar school
GRAMMAR SCHOOL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of grammar school for English Language Learners
: a school in the U.S. for young children
: a school in Britain for children over age 11 who have passed an entrance exam
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