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di·dac·tic

(dī-dak'tik),
Instructive; denoting medical teaching by lectures or textbooks, as distinguished from clinical demonstrations involving patients or laboratory exercises.
[G. didaktikos, fr. didaskō, to teach]

didactic

[dīdak′tik]
Etymology: Gr, didaskein, to teach
pertaining to classroom teaching or instruction.

didactic

adjective Referring to teaching; instructive; with explicit rules.

di·dac·tic

(dī-dak'tik)
Instructive; denoting medical teaching by lectures or textbooks, as distinguished from clinical demonstrations with patients or laboratory exercises.
[G. didaktikos, fr. didaskō, to teach]
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That is the message I impart to the students I teach didactically and take into clinical.
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Didactically stated her story seems over-simple: Hazel Motes, an hysterical fringe preacher, tried to found a church "Without Christ" and, progressively preaching nihilism, negates his way back to the cross.
50) According to Wickham, therefore, the play didactically replicates the moral absolutes of the Harrowing.
These behaviors are positively valued in the novel because they allow for the sublimation of reproductive energies into a didactically useful form of masculine sensibility.
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