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Mas·ter

(mas'tĕr),
Arthur M., U.S. physician, 1895-1973. See: Master test, Master two-step exercise test.
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master

(mas′tĕr)
In robotic surgery, a device driven by the hand movements of the surgeon or interventionist. The movements of the master are mimicked, reduced, or refined by the surgical instrument (the "slave") in the operative field.
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The company works with schools to deliver a wide range of literacy initiatives including the Mastery project, which is already an established practice in English schools.
'MPs need to have better mastery of the Bahasa [Malaysia] in Parliament.
Hopefully, however, being educated men, the envoy and the AG will readily have understood that the newspaper meant absolutely no malice against them or against anybody else.Happily, the envoy might have understood, too, that a loose mastery of a European language related to the envoys own mother tongue was the problem.
The scarcity of research on ethno-racial background and mastery is surprising, given mastery's implications for the causes and consequences of ethno-racial inequality.
Personal Power Mastery is currently being taught on nearly every continent on the globe, either by Vermeeren or one of his certified trainers.
Although the new transcript is still in development, the current sample model displays student mastery in such areas as analytical and creative thinking, leadership and teamwork, and integrity and ethics.
You can build mastery by regularly doing any activity that gives you a sense of competence, achievement or control.
The winners of regional level (seven regions)now will compete at national level of Math Mastery Competition 2018 for the title of 'Brain of Pakistan', The final round will be held on Saturday (February 03) in Lahore at Punjab College Campus 10, 31 Main Gulberg III, Lahore.
(2014) found that expert kayakers showed higher performance and mastery goals (ego and task) than novice kayakers.
As shown in Figure 1, analyses indicated that the simple slopes for the interaction between the interest-based studying intervention and mastery was marginally significant for interest-based studying, [beta] = -.20, p = .063.
Nurturing these five self-focused skills will fuel your quest for personal mastery.