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I took this description and tweaked it a bit for Man at Arms.

Two thoughts: Students aren't always studying under peers. I know of a couple cooks and scribes who are currently studying with a more experienced cook or scribe who is not a peer, but who consider the relationship to be a mentor student type of relationship.

Does anyone in the services sector use the term student? I've not heard it used that way, but that doesn't mean anything.

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