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On Match of the Day three things are certain almost every time: Gary Lineker offering a frank assessment of the day's action, Ian Wright giggling like a schoolgirl and Alan Shearer offering brutal honesty.
That prompted squeals from a group of schoolgirls on Friday and tears from a woman on Saturday.
Earlier this year, a Jordanian soldier convicted of killing seven Israeli schoolgirls in a 1997 shooting rampage was released after 20 years.
In Mozambique, 83 percent of schoolgirls polled do not feel comfortable changing their sanitary materials in school toilets, according to a 2017 UNICEF poll of nearly 45,000 girls and women in 19 countries.
A schoolgirl and education campaigner in Pakistan, she was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman two years ago.
Some of the performances are rather broad from the young actresses playing the schoolgirls, including Laurence, and Elle Fanning who speaks volumes with the fluttering of her eyelids.
Now, the rule has flipped: If female bus drivers or schoolgirls can show up in skirts, shouldn’t males be able to enjoy the same air on their legs, especially when temperatures are so dangerously high?
According to Pryor, students at Washington formed their own chapter of the KKK, and were known by the local Freedmen’s Bureau to attempt to abduct and rape black schoolgirls from the nearby black schools.
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First Known Use of schoolgirl
SCHOOLGIRL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of schoolgirl for English Language Learners
: a girl who goes to a school
SCHOOLGIRL Defined for Kids
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