interclass

interclass

(ˌɪntəˈklɑːs)
adj
occurring between or involving two or more classes
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The course highlights poetic structures and topics and uses poetry sharing through student projects and interclass performances.
Although every crime is a violation of community,(1) community concerns acquire special significance with interracial and interclass crimes where offenses can easily be seen as injuries one of you inflicted against one of us.
Although it is beyond the scope of this project to historicize in any depth the parallels between Longstreet's rhetoric of consensus and interclass relationships in the antebellum South, much less to claim Longstreet as a precise representative of patrician attitudes, I nevertheless contend that Georgia Scenes does indicate the broad contours and essential preconditions for the establishment of such political and cultural cohesion as did develop across class lines.
1999), Intraclass and interclass transfer of training for vigilance.
Interclass has been instructed to proceed with the second phase of the new workshops for the Motor Industry Research Association, on the A5 at Higham-on-the-Hill.
Support governmental efforts to mitigate the negative consequences of capitalism and interclass competition (e.
Nuts and bolts: Next year's inaugural Winston Showdown in Tennessee will offer the richest purse in NHRA history and will feature interclass racing between top fuel and funny cars.
Every teacher uses cooperative learning; the school staff structures daily classwide, interclass, and schoolwide cooperative activities.
To estimate intra- and interclass correlations, an ANOVA model was fit with reviewer, model, and reviewer x model interaction, based on results of the previous ANOVA.
Schools have class and interclass committees of parents and teachers that can send recommendations to the school's council of teachers.
Where for Machiavelli Rome's greatness evolved by means of the bracing effects of conflict among the orders, Silvano's writers instead celebrated peace and interclass harmony in Venice.