interterm

interterm

(ˈɪntəˌtɜːm)
adj
occurring between terms
n
an intersession
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At Bluffton College he inaugurated an interterm program.
Case study I shows that there are similarities between the Exeter program, the "independent activities period" at MIT, and the interterm programs offered elsewhere in the U.S.
During the library's renovation, most library services were moved to a temporary location in the student center ballroom over the summer interterm. Since they had not been on campus to be exposed to the ongoing communication campaign the library waged the year prior to the renovation, the public relations committee wanted to make sure that all incoming first-year students were aware of the temporary library's location and how to access materials.
(67) "Faculty Assembly Approves Mandatory Interterm, Search Policy, Core Courses," Stuff, 20 March 1969.
While the program--which focuses on the making of international co-productions --was created for Singaporean students, students based in Orange County visit Singapore during Interterm (in January) to work on documentary projects.
Estimating within-group interterm reliability with and without response bias.
Those of you who attended inter airport Europe last time round will alreachi be familiar with its four key areas: interTERM INAL, interDATA, interRAMP and interDESIGN; the last segment being introduced in 2009.
Further, any additional games would likely be played during the Christmas and interterm break.
Celestino Caballero is ranked No1 by the WBA and is the "Super" champion, Dunne is ranked No2 and the "Regular" champion while Kratingdaeng is the "Interterm" champ.
"InterTerm Intensives," in a workshop format, can provide opportunities for certification to opportunities for solving contemporary business problems.
During the January Interterm of 1998, 3 heterogeneous focus groups were con ducted to test the open-ended interview questions, and to ensure the validity of the results.
Some systems go a step deeper, trying to group a corpus of terms through interterm association (such as through a thesaurus relating dog to canine and mongrel or through a latent semantic association relating Macbeth to Shakespeare).