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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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The process is in the final stages and the facility will be made available soon," Crammer said.
The most prominent victim of Mary's reign was Thomas Crammer, Archbishop of Canterbury, who sent himself to his death by claiming the Pope was "Christ's enemy".
He expressed a tentative interest in the Diplomatic Service, but Sir George leaned more toward the military, and Osbert was sent to a crammer.
Based on the contributors' own experience of typical problems and dilemmas, and including thorough explanations for each answer, this book is not just an exam crammer, but a valuable learning tool.
Basically, a double-flighted feed section is best used for either grooved-barrel extruders, where the extreme pressure buildup needs to be balanced around the screw, or where the screw is going to be subjected to a side load from a feeder, crammer, or stuffer, which is common in recycling applications.
This is a pounds 250 one-day crammer course where the instructors, most of them racers themselves, guide you through both on-track and classroom knowledge that will get you up to speed to take on the challenge of a racing career.
In addition to the usual horizontal pushing device, this shredder has a pneumatically operated crammer acting from above.
A BBC education site reports that Teachers are having to go back to school to learn grammar well enough to teach it in Grammar Crammer for Teachers (2000).
Sheila's oldest daughter Devra Crammer, 36, said: "I shouldn't think that age is barrier, she is very young at heart.