Definition of Seminars

1. Noun. (plural of seminar) ¹



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Definition of Seminars

1. seminar [n] - See also: seminar

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seminars

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Literary usage of Seminars

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1. The Continental Legal History Series by Association of American Law Schools (1912)
"Unofficial Academic Courses : seminars and Disputations. - The reform of pedagogical method is connected with a change in the organization of academic ..."

2. The Free Agent Marketing Guide: 100+ Marketing Tips for Free Agents by Douglas Florzak (2004)
"11er plan was to win the silent auction and pitch her idea to have Office Depot host in-store marketing seminars for small businesses. ..."

3. The Training of Teachers for Secondary Schools in Germany and the United States by John Franklin Brown (1911)
"The custodian is chosen from among the candidates, and the members of the seminar have ready access to books and magazines. Other Modern seminars. ..."

4. The Training of Teachers for Secondary Schools in Germany and the United States by John Franklin Brown (1911)
"Other Modern seminars. — The work done in the gymnasial seminar of the Franckesche Stiftungen may be taken as typical of the best that is done ..."

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