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Definition of Avocationally
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Literary usage of Avocationally
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1. Educational Sociology by David Snedden (1922)
"... it is desirable that the American people should always have some persons enthusiastically devoted, avocationally, to keeping alive, and in prosecuting ..."
2. Newsboy Service: A Study in Educational and Vocational Guidance by Mrs Anna Yeomans Reed (1917)
"... follows: (1) 5.3 per cent. of elementary pupils are engaged vocationally or avocationally in an energizing occupation which offers excellent opportunity ..."
3. Man and the New Democracy by William Arch McKeever (1919)
"With all spending part time in the field avocationally as helpers and backers of the common good, with thousands offering suggestions and schemes for the ..."
4. Catalyzing Inquiry at the Interface of Computing And Biology by John C. Wooley, Herbert Lin (2005)
"avocationally, he is a long-time folk and swing dancer, and a poor magician. In addition to his CSTB work, he is published in cognitive science, ..."
5. Asking the Right Questions About Electronic Voting by Richard F. Celeste, Dick Thornburgh, Herbert Lin (2006)
"avocationally, he is a long time folk and swing dancer, and a poor magician. Apart from his CSTB work, a list of publications in cognitive science, ..."