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learning cottage

learning cottage n. a residential trailer (British ‘caravan’; American ‘mobile home’) used as a temporary or portable classroom. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

learning cottage

learning cottage  n.— «Photo Fifth-graders in Erica Allen’s class at Lockheed Elementary School place their book bags into plastic bins outside their “trailer,” which has been dubbed a “learning cottage...

learning cottage

learning cottage  n.— «Somehow, trailer (be it on a farm, or in a public school parking lot) just seems to lack esteemable associations. So now they’ve coined the term “learning cottage” to soften up the blow…at the same...

cross-decking

cross-decking  n.— «Cooperation was evident at sea during the excercise both in simulated air strikes and anti-submarine warfare. The Kennedy and Ark Royal participated as a team with their planes “cross-decking”—landing and...

cross-decking

cross-decking  n.— «Neither did, a Navy officer said, adding that five years ago these ships were “cross-decking” vital equipment, or trading it back and forth, because there weren’t sufficient supplies for both.» —“U.S...

set

set  n.— «Street gangs, called “sets” in gangster slang, have plagued Southeastern neighborhoods for decades. Schorr ran through a partial list: Neighborhood Crips, West Coast Crips, 5/9 Brims, Lincoln Park, Skyline Piru...

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