Definition of Ineducability
1. [n -TIES]
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Literary usage of Ineducability
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1. Abandoned to the State: Cruelty and Neglect in Russian Orphanages by Kathleen Hunt (1999)
"... deepened by an official diagnosis of mental retardation, subjects Russian children to prejudicial stereotypes of ineducability and inherited deviance. ..."
2. Inductive Versus Deductive Methods of Teaching: An Experimental Research by William Henry Winch (1913)
"Boys of this kind are the despair of the teacher, but the evidences yielded by his work do not point so much to stupidity as to ineducability. ..."
3. The Elements of Child-protection by Sigmund Engel (1912)
"... entirely upon the degree of mental debility. In cases belonging to group (c) education is impossible. The question of ineducability is of importance, ..."
4. Thyrotomy, for the removal of laryngeal growths, modified by Ephraim Cutter (1871)
"From the ineducability of the patient, arising from natural causes, as extreme youth, a small throat, pendent epiglottis, obstinate tongue, ..."
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