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toolkit

, tool kit (tool′kit″)
1. In professional education, a resource, esp. one that helps a professional improve his or her competence, knowledge, or skills.
2. In computers, software for a specific function, esp. for solving a problem.
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To aid him, he'll be using the tool kit. Armenta-Aguirre is the director of youth ministry and youth faith formation.
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This tool kit was developed, with extensive input from a collaborative team of Missouri's health care leaders, to support the promotion of healthier weight with patients.
Send your order form to claim your free Gardening Tool Kit, worth more than pounds 20, along with pounds 4.50 to cover postage.
Currently, the tool kit contains materials and information on a number of topics that fall under the various program requirements.
But, checking eBay, the victim instantly recognised his carbon fibre cycle, worth pounds 2,000, on sale for pounds 1,000 along with the tool kit.
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With that in mind, the American Academy of Pediatrics is releasing a new tool kit to help physicians streamline their well-child visits without missing important screenings or glossing over the concerns of parents.