mini-course

mini-course

n
(Education) US a brief intensive course of study
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That these two women will grace two, oft-used bills is a big deal, in my opinion, because each new NIS bill is like a mini-course in Hebrew literature and Zionist history.
The indoor mini-course has been created Newcastle interior specialists, One Concept, who were commissioned by Lane7 to create nine mini golf holes.
Full of examples and step-by-step guidance, it details an 8 week mini-course that focuses on taking 10 minutes a day to develop mindfulness through topical essays, guided meditations and simple stretching exercises.
GOLF-MAD Gareth Bale is having a mini-course built at his home in South Wales - but it is the sweet things in life that the Real Madrid star misses most about home.
This information-packed mini-course concentrates on preparing readers to travel in Italy in a limited time by focusing on what is most useful or interesting to travelers and cutting out unnecessary vocabulary and grammar.
The parking lot is transformed into a mini-course for riders to enjoy.
It could be useful for a mini-course or a quick survey of the field, in which case it needs a competent adult to guide further reading or research, and to answer the questions it will inevitably provoke.
The mini-course will take place on Saturday, March 29 and Saturday, April 5 from 10am-11.
Chapter 3 is titled "Behavioral Factors," and as Goldberg states, it is a mini-course on behavioural psychology, as he presents how this approach fails and tends to add to the problem.
Each will make a Compufit image of the offender and name him at the end of the mini-course.
After your mini-course is set up, bring your dog to the starting point.
This book does more than provide an introductory mini-course on the knowledge and skills necessary to provide information services.