- 美 [ˈpjup(ə)l]
- 1.someone, especially a child, who goes to school or who has classes in a particular subject
- 2.the black round part in the middle of your eye
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He is only 1. 2 meter's tall with a childish face, wearing the children's shoes, looks like a pupil from his appearance.
"Dick" said the dwarf, thrusting his head in at the door, "my pet, my pupil, the apple of my eyes, hey, hey! "
In vascular, gastrointestinal, bladder, uterus, bronchus, and hair roots around the pupil where the muscle is called smooth muscle.
By the time Hu arrives to check on him, the injured pupil has resumed practice, gritting his teeth as he kicks a heavy bag.
Small pupil size has been used to predict mortality in adults with diabetes but has not often been used in adolescents.
She was trying to figure out, but who cares if it, don't let this kind of shoddy stationery mislead more pupil.
Father: You know, Tom, when Lincoln was your age, he was a very good pupil. In fact, he was the best pupil in his class.
His fine clothes were a tatter, his face a ruin. A shard from his sword transfixed the blind white pupil of his left eye.
In trying to instruct our own public opinion, we are dealing with a pupil apt to think itself quite sufficiently instructed beforehand.
Among the children was Manya Sklodovska. She was a very bright pupil. She was deep in the book she was reading.
At the end of each term an attendance report for each pupil will be generated from the system by the admin to be sent to parents by post.
The pupil how that year winter worship into the daughter village door, began to see, collar hanging decorations like named river "s lake. "
In his youth, Socrates was a pupil of the philosopher Archelaus, and thereafter practised philosophy without ever writing any of it down.
Mike holding his hands cup, a pair of Qing Ling's pupil of the eye looking straight into my eyes, but was a bit too hot steamed dim.
On a bare stage with a couple of heavily annotated books, Mr Sands is like an eager pupil in a natty suit, charismatic yet nervous.
Weston's faithful pupil did not forget either at ten, or eleven, or twelve o'clock, that she was to think of her at four.
The pupil's eyesight in writing is usually damaged caused by the distance between the eyes and the paper is too close.
The Father and His Son Father: You know, Tom, when Lincoln was your age, he was a very good pupil.
He continued to the future recipient: 'I do not know if you are a pupil, a woman or a man.
The prioress, that pronounced prognosticator, immediately took a fancy to Cosette and gave her a place in the school as a charity pupil.