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The recollection of the ease with which he outdistanced his fellow-students was as pleasant as the breezes about the lake, and his thoughts dwelt on the opinion which he knew was entertained, that for many years no one at Maynooth had shown such aptitude for scholarship.
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He only had to look at a book to know more about it than his fellow-students would know if they were to spend days over it.
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He could have won greater honours, but his conscience reminded him that the gifts he received from God were not bestowed upon him for the mere purpose of humiliating his fellow-students.
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I remembered, too, how at Maynooth the tradition was always to despise women, and in order to convince myself I used to exaggerate this view, and say things that made my fellow-students look at me askance, if not with suspicion.
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Philip felt the eyes of his fellow-students rest on him, and he cursed himself because he could not help blushing.
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Once the physician for whom he clerked asked him to a solemn dinner, and two or three times he went to parties given by fellow-students.
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I pray thee, do not mock me, fellow-student; I think it was to see my mother's wedding.
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When about twenty years old Leonardo was a fellow-student with Perugino in the bottega of good old Andrea del Verrocchio.
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He was a silent, dignified, shadowy figure; his fellow-students considered him unapproachable, nevertheless they admired and they liked him.
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Allowing for my inexperience in the use of the language, I prospered better than I had expected, and found, to my satisfaction, that I was by no means behind my French fellow-students in medical knowledge.
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At length Mueller remembered that some fellow-students were giving a party that evening, and offered to introduce us.
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To her I was nothing, or less than nothing-a fellow-student, a fellow-lodger, a stranger.
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It ran thus:- "FRIEND AND FELLOW-STUDENT.
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The Society tries to be here for the Jewish students what the Y. M. C. A. is in a measure for our Christian fellow-students, and we can say that it has succeeded in its endeavor.
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The coldness of the young men did not escape notice; it transpired that they had been once intimates and fellow-students; yet it was now found that they hesitated at accepting invitations to the same parties.
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Mueller remembered that some fellow-students were giving a party that evening, and offered to introduce us.
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He knew too how to excite strong hatreds; and it was at this time that in a quarrel with a fellow-student he received a blow on the face which deprived him for ever of the comeliness of outward form.
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But from the very beginning of our intercourse, he was to me like a friend and fellow-student; and when standing by his side at the desk in his library, I never saw the ambassador, but only the hard-working scholar, ready to guide, willing to follow, but always pressing forward to a definite goal.
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Among the persons we met in the home-circles of our fellow-students, appeared by and by an English lady-a young widow, they said, though little in her dress or carriage suggested widowhood.
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The Latin Prize {The Catechism Prize {The Good Conduct Prize, all his fellow-students said, 'Hurrah!
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Examples of Fellow-student

Example #1
He only had to look at a book to know more about it than his fellow-students would know if they were to spend days over it.
Example #2
The necessity of living down his first folly, of creating a new idea of himself in the minds of the students, forced him to apply all his intelligence to his studies, and he made extraordinary progress in the first years.
Example #3
The recollection of the ease with which he outdistanced his fellow-students was as pleasant as the breezes about the lake, and his thoughts dwelt on the opinion which he knew was entertained, that for many years no one at Maynooth had shown such aptitude for scholarship.
Example #4
He often felt then that if certain talents had been given to him, they were given to him to use for the greater glory of God rather than for his own glorification; and his feeling was that there was nothing more hateful in God's sight than intellectual, unless perhaps spiritual, pride, and his object during his last years at Maynooth was to exhibit himself to the least advantage.