The great proportion of the boys are home boarders (Town Boys).
The only exception is the Hamidieh school for boys - a government institution which takes both boarders and day-scholars.
The number of scholars, called King's Scholars, on the foundation is 60, of which 40, who are boarders, represent the original number.
It is a large house, devoid of boarders, though a weathered sign offers such accommodations.
Hardly a noble house of Spain or Italy was not represented in the fleet, and the princes headed the boarders.
The wool-growing industry has been almost entirely destroyed by the competition of Australia and the West, and the people are now engaged mainly in dairy-farming, timbering, graniteand marble-quarrying, and in keeping summer boarders.
Mathematics and classics are taught in them and the masters are allowed to take boarders.
She made the long-neglected garden profitable; kept pigs and poultry; rented other gardens; stocked a fishpond; farmed in a small way; and had her house full of boarders.
This 9.2 inch rifle guarding the island " aircraft carrier " is intended to " repel boarders.
boarders aged 8 to 11.
More... Are there any schools that take boarders only?
By June 1953 that number had increased to 172, including 14 boarders.
boarders at the school 's hostel, Mundesley House, from Monday to Friday.
Pensioner claimants can deduct £ 20.00 for each one. £  Income from non-family boarders (meals included ).
More experienced boarders will enjoy a varied choice of terrain.
Time for a beer break and a chat with fellow boarders.
full boarders can either return home or stay with a family in the UK.
She had about fifteen young boarders of thirteen or fourteen years of age.
It was surprisingly quite, except when the skate boarders decided to use it instead of their ramp.
Certain times are allocated specifically for slope use by snow boarders.
Kirkeby was built in 1990 to accommodate Oundle's first girl boarders.
Tactile warning surfaces (Section 4) should not be used on raised bus boarders.
Ross then went straight down the boozer, aptly named the fish tank and made friends with all the other injured skiers and boarders.
deaf pupils are boarders who live a long way away.
pensioner claimants can deduct £ 20.00 for each one. £ Income from non-family boarders (meals included ).
skate boarders decided to use it instead of their ramp.
It is also popular with swimmers, surfers and body boarders due to the protective westerly swells.
untracked snow - including boarders!
The swivel guns were sufficiently light weight to be carried at the highest points in the ship to give a vantage over boarders.
I still love leading groups to wherever there 's untracked snow - including boarders !
First time boarders must be evaluated in person before their scheduled stay, so be sure to make arrangements for this beforehand.
Surf boarders know that blowing sand can stick to the wax on their boards, making the surface feel like sandpaper rubbing against their flesh.
While often broken up into regions, road maps aid travelers when navigating around a metropolitan area or traveling through state boarders.
Further ensuring its authenticity, the stockings were then placed on traditional styled boarders after dyeing.
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