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Do you like the other kids in your class?
My biology teacher is taking our class to the Boston Aquarium.
I have classes all afternoon.
We had to write an essay in class.
I'll be in my French class at noon.
I go to my art class on Mondays.
You could join an exercise class at your local health club.
I've started taking classes at the community college.
Since getting her degree in 1986, she has taught English classes for adults.
He attended his class reunion at Cornell University.
He graduated with the class of '87.
Garcia is a candidate who appeals to people of all classes.
Craftsmen of the period clearly belonged to a lower-middle class.
Women from all social classes attend the courses.
The race has competitions for ten classes of boats.
A man sitting in first class started the argument.
Andrews won her class by a massive 10-minute margin.
I'll say this much for him: he's got class.
When it comes to exciting cities, New York is in a class of its own.
He was clearly in a different class from all the other athletes.
It's quite a funny show, but it's not in the same class as "The Office."
Class B explosives
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