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teach

[tēch]
(control systems)
To program a robot by guiding it through its motions, which are then recorded and stored in its computer.
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The holy church teaches that thou should'st ne'er laugh an old man to scorn.
Now, in conclusion, the method which teaches adherence to the true order, and an exact enumeration of all the conditions of the thing .
But there is another part of the indictment which says that he teaches men not to receive the gods whom the city receives, and has other new gods.
The proof of this proposition turns upon the greater degree of influence which the State governments if they administer their affairs with uprightness and prudence, will generally possess over the people; a circumstance which at the same time teaches us that there is an inherent and intrinsic weakness in all federal constitutions; and that too much pains cannot be taken in their organization, to give them all the force which is compatible with the principles of liberty.
Experience on a former occasion teaches us not to be too sanguine in such hopes.
The art of war teaches general principles of organization, movement, and discipline, which apply universally.
Your son teaches you to talk Latin, my dear, which is wholly incomprehensible.
Nature herself, as we have said, teaches the choice of the proper measure.
Ssu-K`ung T`u, more than any poet, teaches how unreal are the apparent limitations of man.
The tiger, whose nature teaches him to delight in shedding blood, needs but the sense of smell to show him when his prey is within his reach, and by following this instinct he is enabled to measure the leap necessary to permit him to spring on his victim; but man, on the contrary, loathes the idea of blood -- it is not alone that the laws of social life inspire him with a shrinking dread of taking life; his natural construction and physiological formation" --
Then Ulysses cut off a piece of roast pork with plenty of fat (for there was abundance left on the joint) and said to a servant, "Take this piece of pork over to Demodocus and tell him to eat it; for all the pain his lays may cause me I will salute him none the less; bards are honoured and respected throughout the world, for the muse teaches them their songs and loves them.
And the prince that lacks this skill lacks the essential which it is desirable that a captain should possess, for it teaches him to surprise his enemy, to select quarters, to lead armies, to array the battle, to besiege towns to advantage.

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