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  • n. Alternative spelling of master class.


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  • James Murdoch is giving the Committee a jargon masterclass. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • The England manager witnessed a masterclass from the World Cup winning fly-half

    Martin Johnson was right to pick Jonny Wilkinson over Toby Flood

  • If you are planning to sing it in Latin and would like a "masterclass" example, here is a video of Fr Guy Nicholls singing the Exsultet at the Birmingham Oratory last year:

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • In the afternoon there was a kind of masterclass, where he gave feed back on all the attendees portfolios.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • Sunderland manager Steve Bruce says his side were subjected to a "masterclass" from Liverpool duo Fernando Torres and Steven Gerrard as they lost 3-0 at Anfield.

    Le Grove

  • Last month he ran a "masterclass" to help fanatics dodge justice.


  • The Richard Rose Central Academy is adopting a 'masterclass' approach to maths lessons for year 11 pupils sitting their GCSEs later this year as it introduces measures to cope with reduced teacher numbers.

    News round-up

  • In the end, after all you've tried to do to tear this "masterclass" vocalist down, his fans will have the last say and you'll be ridiculed for all your snarkiness and belittling. soundscene (the one who is a David A. fan) Fri, Oct 31, 2008 at 12: 23 PM EST

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • There are classes as the average person understands them, but if you so desire, there is also the possibility of a 'masterclass' with say Amitabh Bachchan or MF Husain!

    The Financial Express

  • Israel was also on the minds of the audience at a Doha Tribeca Film Festival "masterclass" given by the Palestinian director Elia Suleiman, after a screening of his latest film.

    New Statesman


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