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Pediatrician A doctor for children
Encyclopedia A series of books which provide a child a well-rounded knowledge on all subjects
Pedagogue Tutor who escorted children to school
Pedagogy Art or skill of teaching children
Paideia education of children in all aspects of their society
Pedant Person who makes an excessive or inappropriate display of learning
Pedantic Overly concerned with minute details and formalities in teaching
Pedantry Slavish attention to formal rules or minute details
School A place of education; a group of fish swimming together; to teach or educate
Scholastic Of or pertaining to schools or school education
Scholar A student who is taught, especially one who is learned in classical languages and literature
Scholarly Pertaining to, or characterizing a scholar; learned, erudite
Scholarship The attainments of a scholar in learning; a grant-in-aid to a student at a school or university
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