• Technical education, the academic and vocational preparation of students for jobs involving applied science and modern technology. Technical education has as its objectives the preparation of graduates for occupations that are classed above the skilled crafts but below the scientific or engineering professions.
(n.) That branch of philological science which treats of the history of words, tracing out their origin, primitive significance, and changes of form and meaning.
(n.) That part of grammar which relates to the changes in the form of the words in a language; inflection
The truth about Isis is much worse | Scott Atran Read more Etymology can often mislead.
(7) We didn't want to hide behind 'erotica' – because it's not etymologically accurate for one thing, and I'm very fussy about that kind of stuff, and there's a class element to it.
(8) Etymologically and semantically bound to nursing, little is known about the term nurturance.
(n.) Criticism; grammatical learning.
(n.) The study of language, especially in a philosophical manner and as a science; the investigation of the laws of human speech, the relation of different tongues to one another, and historical development of languages; linguistic science.
(n.) A treatise on the science of language.
I) After the war, Auerbach notes mournfully, the standardisation of ideas, and greater and greater specialisation of knowledge gradually narrowed the opportunities for the kind of investigative and everlastingly inquiring kind of philological work that he had represented; and, alas, it's an even more depressing fact that since Auerbach's death in 1957 both the idea and practice of humanistic research have shrunk in scope as well as in centrality.
(2) After a brief philologic introduction on some correlated concepts of pathogenesis we suggest the concept of pathological physiognomy of the organs.