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taster

1. a person employed, esp formerly, to taste food and drink prepared for a king, etc., to test for poison
2. a sample or preview of a product, experience, etc., intended to stimulate interest in the product, experience, etc., itself
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Principal Martin Sullivan said: "We had a lot of interest in the college and in these taster sessions at our open day in October, but this open evening provides another opportunity for students to find out about the courses we offer.
The aim of the taster session is to introduce the students to golf.
The taster hikes have been organised to encourage families and young people to take advantage of the walks offered by Clwb Mynydda Cymru.
Very good -- tasty and convenient," one taster said.
Nobia Deprez, whose family hails from Ghana, owns Cafe Nobia on Middlesbrough's Marton Road and has concocted a selection of authentic dishes for the visitors to the taster night.
Mackie's said the chief taster at its PS600,000 factory in Aberdeenshire would also be expected to join tasting panels to ensure that the chocolate was up to scratch.
During the dry stone wall taster sessions attendees were taught everything from dismantling, laying foundation stones, through stones, building stone and filling, and then laying the copestones - the pieces of rock shaped for the purpose - on the very top.
Taster Sessions are one hour of instruction for a minimum of two people.
To find out more about the group or to book a taster visit www.
The pupils volunteered to take part in the taster session as part of Kirklees College's school liaison programme to offer year 11 pupils the opportunity to sample college life before making their post-school decisions.
These weekly taster classes are for everyone who is curious as to what golf is all about.
A SPECIAL golf taster session is being held in Northumberland aimed at people with a disability.