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Education an examination in the practical skills of a subject
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Buyers in the mid-size estate market are craving more practicality than ever before to cater for families and lifestyle activities," said Andy Gilson, Vauxhall's marketing director.
Vehicles were put through a series of specially devised tests for stability, hill starts, acceleration and braking, and practicality.
Franklin abandoned the study of electricity because of its seeming lack of practicality.
We look forward also to maintaining a standard of excellence and practicality of which Jack Pulec would be proud.
There's a pleasing element of wit in Nengudi's reconfigurations of this alternately protective, constrictive, and "improving" article of women's clothing, as the dissected nylons demonstrate the absurd practicality of their own construction.
The practicality component of the major proposes the careful, reflective reading of literature to deepen the students' appreciation of life and sharpen the perception of how language is used.
Designed with practicality in mind, the new nx9010 is reliable, easy to use and features the all-in-one functionality of having a hard drive, optical drive and floppy drive all included.
Thornton, in particular, chews up the scenery, playing a tasteless two- timer who glibly defends wife swapping as having the built-in practicality of a used-car trade-in.
The Lonwood series with foam options offers the ideal mix of practicality and style.
The importance and practicality of teaching etudes to develop the young musician cannot be stressed enough.
We've rated them according to their style, glamour and practicality.
The Holy See regards these aspects, not only as immoral, but as lacking in charity and practicality in situations where people lack food and clean water.