sabbatic


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Related to sabbatic: sabbatical leave, Sabbatic Goat
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of or relating to the Sabbath

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He had spent a sabbatic year, 1950-1951, at UC Davis, then in 1952 became Professor of Botany and Chairman of the Department of Botany at UC Davis.
I am grateful to Professor Sharon Rives and the College of William and Mary for a sabbatic opportunity to learn more about political philosophy.
It is common for teachers to take a leave of absence or a sabbatic. Therefore an absence of two years instead of one was used to indicate a separation.(14) In fact, many teachers in the sample were absent for one year and then returned to teaching in the same district.
Since some of these absent teachers re-appeared the following year (e.g., returning from a sabbatic) two-year absences were our preferred definition for a job separation.