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a series of lectures dealing with a subject

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completed a three-year period of general and obstetrical nursing training and attended the prescribed course of lectures and been successful in passing the Final Hospital Examination .
AN attraction is offering a behind-the-scenes look at the world of modern medicine through a course of lectures delivered by medical professionals.
This work is the longest ever written by Berlin and he wrote it in 1950-1952 in preparation for a course of lectures he gave at Bryn Mawr College in the US.
The material is based upon a course of lectures and seminars in clinical pharmacology and therapeutics at the U.
They helped to establish a medical professor's credibility with his audience, particularly at the beginning of a course of lectures.
Thanks to a course of lectures called The Sociology of Deviance, Harry was about to have his thesis published by Oxford University Press as he escaped.
The Community Outreach/Social Analysis & Action Program of the School of Education, Mount Saint Mary Campus, requires education students to spend 80 hours working in an approved community service organisation of their choice (supported by a course of lectures and a substantial handbook of reading materials).
As a part of his research program, Henry had adopted an annual course of lectures under Institution auspices, but he did so as much for its public relations value as for the diffusion of knowledge.
200 YEARS AGO: Mr Handsford most respectfully informs the ladies and gentlemen of Birmingham and its vicinity, that he proposes to deliver a course of lectures on his grand orrery, as soon as 40 subscribers are obtained.
Based on a course of lectures, the essays tend to be self-contained, and there is a certain degree of repetition, especially between the two volumes.
Five years later he moved to New York, where he ``attended a course of lectures at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, graduating in 1830,'' according to a local history.
He began to revive during the winter of 1811-12 when his course of lectures on William Shakespeare attracted a large audience.
00--During the summer semester of 1941 Martin Heidegger gave a course of lectures on Grundbegriffe (Basic Concepts) at the University of Freiburg.
He wrote A Syllabus of a Course of Lectures on Chemistry (1770), Sermons to Gentlemen Upon Temperance and Exercise (1772), An Address to the Inhabitants of the British Settlements in America Upon Slave-Keeping (1773), and An Inquiry into the Influence of Physical Causes Upon the Moral Faculty (1786).