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- n. The duty of a tutor; tutelage
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The office, duty, or care of a tutor; guardianship; tutelage.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Guardianship; tutelage.
- n. The office of a tutor or instructor.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. teaching pupils individually (usually by a tutor hired privately)
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This led in December 1788 to Frend's dismissal from his tutorship, meaning that he was forbidden from teaching but allowed to continue to reside at Jesus as a fellow.
a member of the present senior class, well approved by the Faculty, offers as a candidate for a tutorship which is to become
One of my colleagues finished just six weeks into his ten-week tutorship.
"Under such charming tutorship," he murmured, gallantly.
No Average GMAT score N/A Median GMAT score N/A Class Format % Lecture 15% % Case studies 15% % Simulations 5% % Team projects 10% % Other methods 55% Other methods include Individual participants presentation, In-company-projects, coaching-tutorship, invited corporate speakers Cohort-based?
While still in my first five weeks tutorship, my tutor took a day off.
Saul holds the Uke in his lap, like a steel guitar, and seems to strum backwards, but with more tutorship, I know he will be a star.
I judge Mbeki on a different scale, than, let's say, Arap Moi, the former Kenyan dictator, because Mbeki's of a purer pedigree and his tutorship was clean and democratic.
Mr. Tyrold hoped it was an entire discontinuance of all pupilage and tutorship; and that Dr. Orkborne might henceforth be considered as a mere family friend.
The madrassas 'main curriculum was rote repetition of a message reverberating across centuries of Islamic tutorship without scientific or any other knowledge relief.