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5 Comments

  1. Hi! That a nice infographic, I love it! (Hope you got my messages from earlier!)

  2. laurey says:

    we have the old fashion wooden desks and unattached wooden chairs

    the wooden desks have the top of the desk that you raise up to store your books scribblers pens pencils etc etc

    the school teacher herself / himself has a wooden swivel chair and a wooden desk

    also have the school tawse in 1 of the drawers

    laurey

  3. Tom says:

    Great post, excellent infographics. You hit the nail in the head !

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