- n. Plural form of facilitator.
“Private adoption from birth mothers or facilitators is fraught with difficulties.”
“However, the process for the facilitators is difficult, since it is hard to predict what the key issues will be in advance.”
“In Jordan during the first five years of the Iraq war, U.N. administrators directed more than 4,000 Iraqi nationals-called "facilitators"-to implement projects on the ground.”
“Volunteer "facilitators" - at each table led the discussion and took notes on the main points made and issues raised by people.”
“In time, whatever we will call the facilitators of these transactions will have different roles and will be compensated differently – but they will be there.”
“After class yesterday I played some basketball with a mix of trainees, LCFs language and culture facilitators aka language teachers, current volunteers, and host family members.”
“We call ourselves facilitators, from the Latin word facilis, meaning “easy.””
“DAVE ISAY: Well, the facilitators are the core of StoryCorps, and they're these people who come from all over the country and are hired just because they're amazing listeners.”
“Sometimes, one of the facilitators is the doctor calling out orders to the students, sometimes they play a family member.”
“Whether these different faces are expressions of her "facilitators" or of herself is probably a moot point.”
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