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Lehrer {pl}Plural (die) teachers
Pädagogen {pl}Plural (die) teachers
Lehrerschaft {f}Femininum (die) teachers
Lehrerinnen {pl}Plural (die) (female) teachers
Die Aufsässigen (ein US-amerikanischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr 1984) Teachers
Tanten {pl}Plural (die) [fam.] (Kindergärtnerinnen, Erzieherinnen) teachers
Fräuleins {pl}Plural (die) [veraltend, neg.] (Lehrerinnen, Erzieherinnen) teachers
Erzieher {pl}Plural (die) (Lehrer, Kindergärtner) teachers
Erzieherinnen {pl}Plural (die) (Lehrerinnen, Kindergärtnerinnen) (female) teachers
Pädagoginnen {pl}Plural (die) (Lehrerinnen) (female) teachers


After having made a few preparatory experiments, he concluded with a panegyric upon modern chemistry, the terms of which I shall never forget: "The ancient teachers of this science," said he, "promised impossibilities and performed nothing.
The young lady teachers “showed off”—bending sweetly over pupils that were lately being boxed, lifting pretty warning fingers at bad little boys and patting good ones lovingly.
The young gentlemen teachers “showed off” with small scoldings and other little displays of authority and fine attention to discipline—and most of the teachers, of both sexes, found business up at the library, by the pulpit; and it was business that frequently had to be done over again two or three times (with much seeming vexation).
And you never can be sorry for the trouble you took to learn them; for knowledge is worth more than anything there is in the world; it’s what makes great men and good men; you’ll be a great man and a good man yourself, some day, Thomas, and then you’ll look back and say, It’s all owing to the precious Sunday-school privileges of my boyhood—it’s all owing to my dear teachers that taught me to learn—it’s all owing to the good superintendent, who encouraged me, and watched over me, and gave me a beautiful Bible—a splendid elegant Bible—to keep and have it all for my own, always—it’s all owing to right bringing up!
OF CRIMES, EXCUSES, AND EXTENUATIONS A Crime What Where No Civill Law Is, There Is No Crime Ignorance Of The Law Of Nature Excuseth No Man Ignorance Of The Civill Law Excuseth Sometimes Ignorance Of The Soveraign Excuseth Not Ignorance Of The Penalty Excuseth Not Punishments Declared Before The Fact, Excuse From Greater Punishments Nothing Can Be Made A Crime By A Law Made After The Fact False Principles Of Right And Wrong Causes Of Crime False Teachers Mis-interpreting The Law Of Nature Secondly, by false And False Inferences From True Principles, By Teachers By Their Passions; Presumption Of Riches And Friends Wisedome Hatred, Lust, Ambition, Covetousnesse, Causes Of Crime Fear Sometimes Cause Of Crime, As When The Danger Is Neither Present, Crimes Not Equall Totall Excuses Excuses Against The Author Presumption Of Power, Aggravateth Evill Teachers, Extenuate Examples Of Impunity, Extenuate Praemeditation, Aggravateth Tacite Approbation Of The Soveraign, Extenuates Comparison Of Crimes From Their Effects Laesae Majestas Bribery And False Testimony Depeculation Counterfeiting Authority Crimes Against Private Men Compared Publique Crimes What CHAPTER XXVIII.
Paul And Barnabas Made Apostles By The Church Of Antioch What Offices In The Church Are Magisteriall Ordination Of Teachers Ministers Of The Church What And How Chosen What Of Ecclesiasticall Revenue, Under The Law Of Moses In Our Saviours Time, And After The Civill Soveraign Being A Christian Hath The Right Of Appointing The Pastorall Authority Of Soveraigns Only Is De Jure Divino, Christian Kings Have Power To Execute All Manner Of Pastoral Function The Civill Soveraigne If A Christian, Is Head Of The Church Cardinal Bellarmines Books De Summo Pontifice Considered The First Book The Second Book The Third Book The Fourth Book Texts For The Infallibility Of The Popes Judgement In Points Of Faith Texts For The Same In Point Of Manners Of The Popes Temporall Power CHAPTER XLIII.
False Teachers Mis-interpreting The Law Of Nature Secondly, by false Teachers, that either mis-interpret the Law of Nature, making it thereby repugnant to the Law Civill; or by teaching for Lawes, such Doctrines of their own, or Traditions of former times, as are inconsistent with the duty of a Subject.
And False Inferences From True Principles, By Teachers Thirdly, by Erroneous Inferences from True Principles; which happens commonly to men that are hasty, and praecipitate in concluding, and resolving what to do; such as are they, that have both a great opinion of their own understanding, and believe that things of this nature require not time and study, but onely common experience, and a good naturall wit; whereof no man thinks himselfe unprovided: whereas the knowledge, of Right and Wrong, which is no lesse difficult, there is no man will pretend to, without great and long study.
The Punishment of the Leaders, and teachers in a Commotion; not the poore seduced People, when they are punished, can profit the Common-wealth by their example.
In short, the Kingdome of God is a Civill Kingdome; which consisted, first in the obligation of the people of Israel to those Laws, which Moses should bring unto them from Mount Sinai; and which afterwards the High Priest of the time being, should deliver to them from before the Cherubins in the Sanctum Sanctorum; and which kingdome having been cast off, in the election of Saul, the Prophets foretold, should be restored by Christ; and the Restauration whereof we daily pray for, when we say in the Lords Prayer, "Thy Kingdome come;" and the Right whereof we acknowledge, when we adde, "For thine is the Kingdome, the Power, and Glory, for ever and ever, Amen;" and the Proclaiming whereof, was the Preaching of the Apostles; and to which men are prepared, by the Teachers of the Gospel; to embrace which Gospel, (that is to say, to promise obedience to Gods government) is, to bee in the Kingdome of Grace, because God hath gratis given to such the power to bee the subjects (that is, Children) of God hereafter, when Christ shall come in Majesty to judge the world, and actually to govern his owne people, which is called the Kingdome of Glory.

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