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educator

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A person who demonstrates, instructs, leads, or teaches clients, families, patients, or students.
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It was vital to educate retailers and seed companies about nematodes and this new product as well.
An MCU interviewee indicated that Marines educate in a broad-based way to develop problem solvers.
We believe that the way we in the United States educate our military, especially senior officers, provides a model for civilian education on national security issues.
Maybe it was to bring awareness and educate the young about cancer and the constant need for blood and platelet donations.
Educate coaches that they play a key role in promoting a steroid-free choice.
The goal of the MSPAlliance is to educate the end-user consumer on the business value associated with using an MSP for corporate IT governance.
An interactive product finder that educates consumers on which rechargeable batteries and accessories are right for them, depending on usage, devices and individual lifestyle.
The donor's close ties to Concord, and a desire to support an initiative that educates young people about philanthropy, prompted the gift.
During the past 25 years, Educate and its predecessors have provided trusted, personalized instruction to millions of students, improving their academic achievement and helping them experience the joy of learning.
Produce for Kids - an organization that seeks to educate kids on the benefits of eating fruits and vegetables so they can have healthier lifestyles - announced today that it has teamed up with health expert Dr.
org), which uses the location of Haiti to educate players about the obstacles to education faced by children in developing countries.
Through a series of programs, webinars and events, the Black Duck Compliance Vanguard Alliance will educate companies on harnessing the full value of today's software development paradigms while mitigating the risks associated with those models.