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- n. Becoming professional in the use of something; having mastery of
- v. Present participle of master.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. becoming proficient in the use of something; having mastery of
- n. the act of making a master recording from which copies can be made
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Letter to M.B. *** Oh for that simple faith which thou speaks of as mastering mountains of difficulty, and that not by might or power, but by its intrinsically victorious nature!
Learning correct liaison is one of the challenges in mastering French.
Most homes lack parents until the end of the day, when they are tired and cannot easily support their children in mastering anything.
If you want to take the next step in mastering the new interface, and if you plan to attend SMX Advanced in Seattle, Washington next week, you can learn about the new interface from the people who built it.
I would say Aliens easily equals some of those other scripts you mentioned in mastering the genre they belong to in that it was somewhat transformative to the genre and the expectations of the genre.
Instead, they seem more interested in mastering the art of pushing the president and lawmakers even closer to their expectations.
It's great going to events where people think they have the next big thing in mastering (sic) control over that uncontrollable bunch of people out there in the market.
Tools for That Finishing Touch by Michael Cooper for MIX (Dec. 2006) Equalization is one of the two most-common processes employed in mastering (the other being dynamics processing) to put the finishing touch on a recording project.
What we got was some down-home cooking, southern sweet tea and a group of warm individuals that take pride in mastering the craft of print.
Regardless of whether one is a writer or a reader, one's task consists first of all in mastering a life that is one's own, not imposed or prescribed from without, no matter how noble its appearance may be.