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One of its user posted that it was terrible that the villagers were under-educated.
There is a touch of the Victorian Board School Trustees about what we have - the great and good of a community deigning to dictate to under-educated and socially inferior teachers how they must improve.
The series follows longtime Midwife Joni McCann and assistant Andrea Casas as they strive to educate and empower women through home birth while being confronted with misconception, fearful relatives and an under-educated society.
Shaikha Manal holds the title of Ambassador for Dubai Cares, as Shaikha Manal took responsibility for educating girls in the "Dubai Cares" initiative and led a campaign to help under-educated girls "break the barriers of ignorance and darkness of illiteracy" and achieve their right to knowledge.
He had considerable influence on Yeats who 'feeling himself to be under-educated, distinctly gauche, and disastrously provincial' was drawn to the 'cultured, erudite, handsome, fastidiously elegant, and worldly sophisticated Johnson'.
To take part in this march we have to get our people ready," he said and added nearly 70% of "our people are under-educated or illiterate.
And the man who was described in court as 'unskilled, under-educated and unsophisticated' was sentenced to life for the murders of Brett Flournoy, 31, and David Griffiths, 35.
She said that something had to be done about "underachieving, under-educated, under-loved, under-financed, under-guided young kids, who become violent, anti-social, drug or alcohol dependent and ultimately criminal young adults.