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  • noun Plural form of trainee.

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Examples

  • The fellow is part of a pediatric ophthalmology team that includes University of Pennsylvania ophthalmology residents and medical students, elective trainees from the pediatric residency program at Children's Hospital, orthoptists, ophthalmic technicians, and professional administrative staff.

    Ophthalmology Fellowship

  • If not here are some of the highlights; 1. Postdocs are often referred to as trainees; if this were true, we would have training periods much longer than any profession say, neurosurgeons at about 15 + years!

    Why being a postdoc is so difficult...

  • If not here are some of the highlights; 1. Postdocs are often referred to as trainees; if this were true, we would have training periods much longer than any profession say, neurosurgeons at about 15 + years!

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • Investigators say the large number of trainees is one reason they believe another attack is inevitable.

    USATODAY.com - Al-Qaeda records solve many 9/11 puzzles, but others linger

  • The majority are Service trainees from the Commonwealth Air Training Plan who are given extra training by us for from two to four weeks; then there are the United Nations trainees who need a slightly longer course; and lastly, civilians, but before we accept these they must already be qualified radio operators and we give them a special course.

    Some Aspects of the Royal Air Force Transport Command

  • As regards Navigators, nearly all of these are service trainees from the various navigation schools in Canada and the United States.

    Some Aspects of the Royal Air Force Transport Command

  • "I have in mind a standing environmental workforce, perhaps 15,000-strong, comprised of short-term trainees plus regular workers and supervisors capable of supplying the skilled, motivated and sustained attention that large-scale environmental remediation needs," Mr Abbott said.

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  • The internal U.S. government review of Project X began in 1991 when the Pentagon discovered that the Spanish-language manuals were advising Latin American trainees on assassinations, torture and other "objectionable" counter-insurgency techniques.

    CommonDreams.org Headlines

  • The internal U.S. government review of Project X began in 1991 when the Pentagon discovered that the Spanish-language manuals were advising Latin American trainees on assassinations, torture and other "objectionable" counter-insurgency techniques.

    Consortiumnews.com

  • The internal U.S. government review of Project X began in 1991 when the Pentagon discovered that the Spanish-language manuals were advising Latin American trainees on assassinations, torture and other "objectionable" counter-insurgency techniques.

    Consortiumnews.com

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