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training school

noun
1.
a school that provides training in some art, profession, or vocation.
2.
an institution for the care of juvenile delinquents.
Origin of training school
1820-1830
First recorded in 1820-30
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  • Let them make their church a training school of intercession.

  • She has, as a practical step, created a training school of officers.

    Changing China William Gascoyne-Cecil
  • He was recommended for promotion and was sent to an officers' training school in France.

    The A.E.F. Heywood Broun
  • It was also the training school of the first Magyar caricaturists and comic artists.

    Tales From Jkai Mr Jkai
  • You understand, you will enter the training school as apprentices.

    The Battleship Boys at Sea Frank Gee Patchin
  • It was his first trip there since arriving at the training school.

    The Battleship Boys at Sea Frank Gee Patchin
  • To supply this demand is the purpose of the training school.

  • East of this is St. Stephen's College, a training school for the ministry.

    The Hudson Wallace Bruce
  • It opens a training school for labor in the science and art of association.

    Black and White Timothy Thomas Fortune
  • About her escaping from the training school, and her coming to me?

    Jude the Obscure

    Thomas Hardy

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