Definition of Apprenticeships

1. Noun. (plural of apprenticeship) ¹



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Definition of Apprenticeships

1. apprenticeship [n] - See also: apprenticeship

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Apprenticeships

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apprehension
apprehensions
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apprentice
apprentice(a)
apprenticeage
apprenticed
apprenticehood
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apprentices
apprenticeship
apprenticeships (current term)
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appressorium
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Literary usage of Apprenticeships

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1. History of the middle and working classes: With a Popular Expositon of the by John Wade (1833)
"... requiring long apprenticeships or high Premiums—High Profits of Chemists and Apothecaries, more properly Wages—Profits of Country Shopkeepers . ..."

2. An Introduction to the Study of Labor Problems by Gordon S. Watkins (1922)
"Examples of Corporation Schools and apprenticeships. 1. Southern Pacific Railroad.—This company's school has been operated as a systematic scheme for ..."

3. A Practical Guide to the Quarter Sessions and Other Sessions of the Peace by William Dickinson (1820)
"apprenticeships are placed first. There have been divers statutes enacted on the subject of disputes between apprentices and their masters; which give an ..."

4. Dictionary of Historical Allusions by Harbottle, Thomas Benfield, d. 1904 (1904)
"members of the guild, with special reference to the granting of apprenticeships and the payment of the necessary fees thereupon. The regulations of these ..."

5. History of the Middle and Working Classes, with a Popular Exposition of the by John Wade (1834)
"... requiring long apprenticeships or high Premiums—High Profits of Chemists and Apothecaries, more properly Wages—Profits of Country Shopkeepers —Effects ..."

6. A Dictionary of the Booksellers and Printers who Were at Work in England by Henry Robert Plomer (1907)
"[Stationers' Register of apprenticeships.] BENINGTON (EDWARD), bookseller (?) at Oxford, 1647. A pamphlet entitled: A Gallant speech spoken by His Highness ..."

7. The London Medical Gazette (1831)
"... cries Dr. Jacob and bra paru, who says the College is not thro*u open, or that apprenticeships art required? Ask the shoal of Irish ftu- ..."

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