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crammer

a person or school that prepares pupils for an examination, esp pupils who have already failed that examination
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Although it looks like a relatively simple device, designing a hopper crammer requires a tricky combination of experience and engineering.
Like a crammer offering intensive revision classes before finals, No 10, Downing Street (office of the British prime minister) coordinated briefings over last week for MPs still uncertain about the prospective vote on military intervention in Syria against Daesh (the self-proclaimed Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant).
Sitcom staple Kelsey Grammer's third ex-wife, former "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" cast member Camille Crammer, was granted in their 2011 divorce the erstwhile couple's almost five-acre equestrian compound that's tucked into the rustic-luxe rear of the guard-gated and celeb-favored Serra Retreat in Malibu.
Bob Crammer had 7lb of roach and Steve Smith recorded a mixed catch of bream, roach and perch as well as the odd gudgeon At Derwent Reservoir, roach moved into the weeded areas to spawn, producing a dramatic upturn in the feeding patterns of some quality roach and bonus perch.
Sue Crammer, Rosemary's friend, said: "For many years she has been a true and good friend.
GHS Studio, Jonathan Crammer, CEO & Founder, 44 161 796 4922, jcrammer@ghsstudio.
Gulen, who is believed to have millions of followers in Turkey and runs private crammer schools around the world, has vehemently denied all the allegations against him.
Having scraped his School Certificate at a crammer in London, his parents hoped he would embark on a career, but all he wanted to do was write.
The World Bank report, which underlines that "high-stakes exams are at the core of the different ability tracks that students are placed in and thus contribute to unequal opportunities and outcomes," acknowledges that attending a crammer course increases a student's chances in entrance exams, but only if significant amounts of money are invested (about $1,250 per year).
The participants were classified into three crammer groups, according to the date they started to study for the midterm examination: extreme crammers (n = 55), light crammers (n = 69), and noncrammers (n = 44).