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Writeacher, I left out a sentence I would like you to check.

1) Mr. Gradgrind's name is composed of two words: Gradgrind: Grade: a particular standard or level of quality of a product + Grind: to crush into powder. Actually, he crushes his students with rules.

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    Very funny! And correct!

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