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teaching

  

      n  
1    the art or profession of a teacher  
2    sometimes pl   something taught; precept  
3    modifier   denoting a person or institution that teaches  
a teaching hospital     
4    modifier   used in teaching  
teaching aids     


Nuffield teaching project  
      n   (in Britain) a complete school programme in mathematics, science, languages, etc., with suggested complementary theory and practical work  
teaching aid  
      n   any device, object, or machine used by a teacher to clarify or enliven a subject  
teaching fellow  
      n   a postgraduate student who is given tuition, accommodation, expenses, etc., in return for some teaching duties  
  teaching fellowship      n  
teaching hospital  
      n   a hospital that is affiliated to a medical school and provides the students with teaching and supervised practical experience  
teaching machine  
      n   a machine that presents information and questions to the user, registers the answers, and indicates whether these are correct or acceptable  
teaching practice  
      n   a temporary period of teaching in a school undertaken under supervision by a person who is training to become a teacher  
team teaching  
      n   a system whereby two or more teachers pool their skills, knowledge, etc., to teach combined classes  
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n.
technique used for smoking a marijuana joint in two, consisting in one person inhaling the smoke exhaled by the other one
slang
n.
police crowd management technique that consists of herding people into a compact group. AKA corralling
o.
The discovery of admissible evidence using techniques with computers and electronic digital devices is called cyber forensics
[Tech.] presentation of discovered data as evidence in court

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