A system of visits to ships by officer instructors for the purpose of affording instruction and for inspection, as well as for the purpose of lecturing, was instituted, and arrangements were made for giving instruction in signalling.
"The instructor in boxing?" asked Belle.
Though some credit must be given to the physical instructors of the Army!who in the last twelve months especially have done a wonderful work.
" "One of my instructors at Annapolis complimented me on having very capable hands," Dave told her dryly.
The former part hath a more feminine turn and does hold me up something as an instructor to young ladies: but upon my modesty's honour I wrote it not.
It is now a primary moral duty, enforced by all our juvenile instructors with every citizen, to adapt his family to his means; and thus a regard which each individual has for his offspring, is the salvation of the State.
Garrick, who was to be placed at Colson's academy, accompanied his former instructor on this expedition to London, at the beginning of March, 1737.
He was not, however, to give up his studies; and as it is customary to allow half-time to students engaged in school-keeping,that is, to count a year, so employed, if the student also keep on with his professional studies, as equal to six months of the three years he is expected to be under an instructor before applying for his degree,he would not necessarily lose more than a few months of time.
The first Europeans to instruct this rabble were Frenchmen, but England, Russia, Germany, and Austria have all supplied officers and instructors within the past fifty years, without, however, any good result.
I will say this to your credit, sir, that if she has not disgraced herself, it has been in some measure because you wisely forbore from pressing your suit while you were received as an instructor beneath my roof.
Take part in class discussions and talk informally with the instructor outside of the classroom.
Officers should qualify themselves as instructors by fencing with each other.