half-course

half-course

[′haf ¦kȯrs]
(mining engineering)
The drift or opening driven at an angle of about 45° to the strike and in the plane of the seam.
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The event will be a half-course race consisting of challenges with elements of fire, ice and electricity.
Registration is now open for these courses and workshops: Learning-Centred Teaching in Higher Education, full course, September 7 to November 30; Cheating: What Instructors Need to Know, workshop, September 22; Lecturing: basic skills and techniques, half-course, October 18 to November 22; Instructional Skills, three-day workshop, December 6 to 8; The Centre for Teaching and Learning sponsors and facilitates these events for faculty, staff and students.
DURs can be offered as either a full-credit or half-course credit for faculty and for students.
Never mind, it was the first day of Aries, whereafter, as Geoffrey Chaucer said in the Prologue to the 'Canterbury Tales', "and the young sun/His half-course in the sign of the Ram has run", i.
It ended my teaching career and stopped my studies just before I gained my degree - with just one last half-course to finish.
The intervention administered to the experimental group is a provincially mandated half-course for Grade 10 students that is designed
That the research found significant differences over the period of a half-course is promising, although the finding that the gains in career maturity as a result of the course were found to be gender-specific suggests that the intervention is not suited to the specific needs of males and females.
Fastest on the 14-mile half-course was, you guessed it, Baverstock B.
In addition the incumbent will be required to teach a total of two half-course units in an associated course(s), will sit on the Technical Resources Committee, and will be expected to be involved in, and be aware of research in chemical education.
Daly didn't smoke the course, but he smoked the half-course, negotiating the pressure-filled back nine Sunday puffing a cigarette for nearly every hole.
Some universities give recognition for only a half-course credit.