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camp leg

camp leg  n.—Gloss: the condition of a player being unfit for regular American football season, especially in the legs. Note: The term probably comes from being overweight, out of practice, or too used to the slower schedule of the off season...

short coat

short coat  n.— «The structure of medical training in the United States is such that after a book-heavy first two years of medical school, the third- and fourth-year medical students are given their half-length white coats (hence the...

trowel fodder

trowel fodder  n.— «Excavations are often very expensive or simply use students as “trowel fodder,” providing no training at all.» —“Archaeology in Further Education” by Dave Jones Education and the...

suitcasing

suitcasing  v.— «Suitcasing A traditional method of delivering classroom training to groups of workers at remote locations. All materials required to conduct the training are packaged and either sent or hand-carried to the training...

suitcase

suitcase  v.— «A hands-on lab can be “suitcased” to a customer specified location. This traveling lab provides an environment to conduct formal classroom training in essentially the same environment as would be provided at a UTStarcom’s...

slaving

slaving  n.— «The director of the Workplace Centre at the University of Sydney, Dr John Buchanan, says the practice of employees receiving low wages in return for expensive training is referred to as “slaving,” and he says it...