postprimary

postprimary

(ˌpəʊstˈpraɪmərɪ)
adj
(Education) of or relating to education after primary school
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The Irish FA's Heather Wright said: "Electric Ireland's involvement in the girls' postprimary school football is very welcome.
Postprimary education has a little impact in formal reasoning.
29] In a prospective study of 5 years duration from 2000 to 2005 in postprimary school students, McCann and others studied the association between parental control, parent-child attachment, and parental solicitation on adolescent alcohol use.
Slides were incubated with the primary antibody for 15 minutes, with postprimary polymer for 8 minutes, and were blocked with 3% hydrogen peroxide for 5 minutes and 3,3'-diaminobenzidine (brown chromogen) for 10 minutes, followed by hematoxylin counterstain for 5 minutes.
a supporter of front-runner Hillary Clinton and broker of the postprimary peace between Clinton and then-Illinois Sen.
However, several factors can influence the relationship between nasality and nasalance, including the phonetic (target sounds) and linguistic (complexity of production) contexts of the speech stimuli [5] and the speaker's condition during sampling (for example, with or without the use of nasal decongestant, prior to nasometric evaluation [15] or pre or postprimary surgery [14]).
Between December 2007 and January 2013, we treated patients with postprimary TKA flexion contractures with CPSNB in conjunction with an aggressive physical therapy regimen.
Consequently, unaddressed visual-spatial and visual-motor perceptual difficulties in the primary school years can place a considerable financial burden on parents, schools, and society with regard to providing postprimary school remedial interventions (Decker, Englund, Carboni, & Brooks, 2011; Frostig, Lefever, & Whittlesey, 1966).
1 LV is a paucibacillay form of postprimary tuberculosis which develops from an endogenous source by hematogenous or lymphatic route.
Distinguishing between the Effects of primary and postprimary Education on Economic Growth, Review of Development Economics 7(1): 1-22.
Reactivation Tuberculosis: Also known as chronic TB, postprimary disease, recrudescent TB, endogenous reinfection, and adult type progressive TB.