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- n. Alternative spelling of familiarization.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See familiarization, familiarize.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the experience of becoming familiar with something
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For instance, the MoD has drastically reduced its expenditure on language training so that most troops about to embark receive only a two-hour language "familiarisation" lecture.
Earlier on Thursday, Radebe held a "familiarisation" meeting with the board of directors of Alexcor in Cape Town.
It says they face one-off "familiarisation" costs of up to £9m, as "equality/personnel"
King's Lynn, Norfolk - as a "familiarisation" exercise.
State schools provide five, 20-minute 11+ "familiarisation" sessions, council guidelines say, and extra coaching should not be given.
The Duke – who has flown to the archipelago as part of a crew of four RAF personnel – will attend a series of briefings and take part in a "familiarisation flight" before he begins his search and rescue work.
A Ministry of Defence (MoD) spokesman said: "MoD can confirm Flight Lieutenant Wales, as part of a four-man search and rescue (Sar) crew, has arrived in the Falkland Islands on a routine operational deployment and will shortly take up Sar duties post a period of briefings and a familiarisation flight."
When he'd learned and checked off all the runners, Christopher Haig stood in the parade ring for a final familiarisation and watched the jockeys go out to race; watched them - young, thin and careless of danger - and envied them sorely.
Unfortunately ‘extreme support for Israel’ does involve familiarisation with Islam.
It was a group of 10, all travel agents, on a familiarisation tour, sponsored by China travel agencies, or
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