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- ‘Before Bolton School, Mr Marsden held bursarial positions at two other state schools.’
- ‘Not content with discharging single-handed his heavy bursarial duties he undertook to compile a register of all members of the College since its foundation.’
- ‘The daily running of the College falls into two main divisions, bursarial and tutorial.’
- ‘David and Helen Belchamber offer to review the bursarial management of smaller schools at a price that they can afford.’
- ‘Additional bursarial support is available to ensure that any boy is able to join the choir if it appropriate for him regardless of his family's financial position.’
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