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serving to instruct or enlighten or inform

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Having been interviewed myself on racing matters by Michael Parkinson (doping), Brough Scott and Julian Wilson (on Sha Tin racecourse), I found the wealth of racing experience and knowledge demonstrated by the latter pair led to petinent and instructive questions, which I hope that, in my case, led to apt answers.
Estimating Home Building Costs is an instructive guide to practical material design and building using unique techniques discovered by the innovative design of author W.
Based on the preview, Ganz's notes are instructive and stimulating.
With the author's obvious enjoyment of the subject matter and his ability to explain difficult concepts, this book will be both instructive and enjoyable for anyone with an interest in the night skies.
Daniel Callam's concise and compelling summary of Vatican II, in your November issue, was both instructive and helpful, as he presented the Council in broad historic context, relating the threats to humanity identified by John XXIII in Salutis humanae and the larger history of Councils in the Church, to the time of the Fathers.
While the principal takes the lead and demonstrates strength in the instructive phase, the leadership roles of teachers expand as they negotiate the transition phase.
With instructive directives, patients specify their preferences concerning therapy or classes of therapies.
Spock's America exerted pressure on the authors to write instructive, cautionary tales.
INSTRUCTIVE, but rarely interesting, and plot-free, but not in a way that favors good characterization, Andrew Niccol's ``Lord of War'' is a well-meaning but hopelessly confused indictment of modern arms dealing.
Showing little of the country's underside, Snyder's juxtaposition of two controlled forms of image production--detached panoramas and hysterically moving mass ornaments--is nevertheless more instructive and more fascinating than a journalistic expose made with clandestine footage might have been.
low need, low quality; low need, high quality; high need, high quality; and high need, low quality) can be very instructive.
Children's art can be instructive for adults as well.
The book's striking coverage of major health care issues will certainly inspire many social workers to greater participation in policy development and client empowerment; hence, readers might have benefitted from a brief instructive discussion of the basic advocacy methods available to most social workers (such as arranging community meetings and lectures on topics such as health care policies and programs, retirement policies and planning, and long-term care as well as engaging local merchants and businesses in community education efforts through distributing informational brochures).
We hope you will continue to find the information we provide to be instructive and practical.
With its autobiographical influence, the book is inspiring, instructive and humorous.
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