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  • n. Plural form of seminar.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • His most popular prop at the seminars is a folding bike he can collapse in seconds, so it's easy to take home on the Metro if round-trip riding wears you out.

    Workout while commuting to and from work

  • The subjects of seminars from the center this year range from "Modernism" and "Italian Studies" to "Music, Sensory Ecologies and the Body" and "Cross-Cultural Poetics and Rhetoric."

    Mahindra Donates $10 Million to Harvard

  • Even as Major Nidal Hasan was praising jihad in seminars and peppering al-Qaeda with Facebook friend requests, and the Underwear Bomber was singing the praises of the World Trade Center murderers, Janet Napolitano squeezed her eyes closed and finger-painted “right-wing extremists” as the hot new terrorist threat.

    Think Progress » Giuliani Falsely Claims That Calls To Close Guantanamo Are ‘Pure Partisan Political Criticism’

  • The advice given at the seminars is probably excellent when it comes to believing in yourself and awful on the nuts and bolts of publishing in 2010.

    Kristine Kathryn Rusch » 2010 » March » 31

  • ID has already been presented in seminars, workshops, posters, and taught alongside evolution in two largest Brazilian Christian universities since 2007.

    A Familiar Battle- But This One in Asia

  • I think some of my best teaching has been in seminars -- but it is can more work for both students and teachers than a four credit course. Growing Smart

  • That said, the likelihood of nabbing admission to one of these seminars is rare, (Chicago is next, in November -- good luck!) so the DVD may be your best shot.

    Learn to light photo shoots like an expert

  • There are a couple of academic words occurring frequently in seminars and lectures that enjoy multiple pronunciations.

    To-may-to or To-mah-to

  • The class trip, which included seminars from the working girls, capped a course on American consumption and the ide

    links for 2008-04-15 « Skid Roche

  • Indeed, in seminars on balancing work and family life that I have given at dozens of major universities, including Harvard, I have never met a contingent faculty member who moved onto the tenure track, although I am certain a few must exist somewhere.

    Archive 2007-03-01


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