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Böök

(buk),
Jan A., 20th-century Swedish geneticist. See: Böök syndrome.
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Furuseth was right; I was abnormal, an "emotionless monster," a strange bookish creature, capable of pleasuring in sensations only of the mind.
"Friend," said the trapper, a little positively, "would the tail of a beaver make the worse dinner for calling it a mink; or could you eat of the wolf, with relish, because some bookish man had given it the name of venison?"
Furthermore, the public schools that provide free education to the children aged 6-14 after the passing of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act (RTE) in August 2009 lack the quality of education because of untrained staff, fake grading and non-practical, bookish knowledge.
David says: "I think people have an idea I'm quite bookish and clever and intellectual, and I am, but the show reveals me to be a total idiot.
not be limited to the curriculum and bookish knowledge.
LAHORE -- Punjab Minister for Social Welfare and Bait-ul-Mal Mohammad Ajmal Cheema has said that it is our duty to create awareness among children about our cultural values and social norms, along with bookish knowledge.
At Portland's new luxury stay The Porter (from $269; theporterhotel.com), a statement wall of classics is a focal point for the subdued lobby; the bookish atmosphere is enhanced by leather lounge chairs and vintage newsprint wallpaper.
That is why Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah said, 'The bookish education is not complete education but the health and character of a child must be given equal importance.' Doubtlessly, children's health carries utmost importance because it enables them to perform well at all fronts mainly at educational, social and moral fronts.
Hidden underneath his bookish demeanor and trail-mix crumbs is a spot assassin whose appetite for destruction won't be quenched until every ledge has been pulverized, every rail ground to dust!
Noting that the present education system needs to be improved, 90 percent of employment opportunities require vocational skills but 90 per cent of our college/school output has bookish knowledge.
Noting that the present education system needs to be improved , "90 per cent of employment opportunities require vocational skills but 90 per cent of our college/school output has bookish knowledge."
Bookish Boyfriends is best enjoyed by readers familiar with Romeo and Juliet and Pride and Prejudice.