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workshop

a group of people engaged in study or work on a creative project or subject
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Workshop

[′wərk‚shäp]
(astronomy)
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workshop

A building or room used for handi-craft work.
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According to source, he was to attend the Work Shop on 'Human Rights and the Rule of Law' in Manchester's Hull University between 11 and 18 August.
The objective of the work shop is to eliminate evil of child abuse from society and to provide awareness to the NGOs to implement mechanism in schools and society regarding children protection.
The Trainer of the work shop teach and practically done different methods which were using during an emergency like situation while more than twenty journalist were participating in the Works shop.
"The MEEN work shop will be a summarised version of the
we considered that medium amount of tiny comparison waste time collection material in operatory work shop is equal 1115.62 [+ or -] 4105.6, in Enginearying work shop 921.63 [+ or -] 2893.82, in montaqzh work shop 225.05 [+ or -] 468.37 and in painting work shop 151.43 [+ or -] 459.62.