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Origin of seminar
Examples from the Web for seminar
Ah, yeah, when you said seminar I thought you attended some sort of corporate speech.Al Pacino Does What He Wants to Do: 'The Humbling,' Scorsese, and That 'Scarface' Remake|Alex Suskind|September 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Now, Neilson is proposing legislation that would force couples to complete at least part of the seminar before filing for divorce.
"I used to be afraid of you guys," di Castro joked with the cops at the Rio seminar.
Years ago, I attended a seminar on evolutionary psychology that inevitably came round to the discussion of drugs.
They may be inclined to seek a “missionary-in-chief,” someone who can take the message from the seminar room into the street.
He pointed to the books and said, "I have just been having a seminar here, in Danish literature."America To-day, Observations and Reflections|William Archer
These papers are then discussed by the members of the seminar and sharply criticised by Prof. Dziatzko.
The ideal plan would be for this room to adjoin the university library like a seminar room.
The new education is preserving the valuable features of recitations by adopting and developing the Seminar.The Teacher|George Herbert Palmer
Members of the Society will receive copies of Clark Library seminar papers.
Word Origin for seminar
1887, "special group-study class for advanced students," from German Seminar "group of students working with a professor," from Latin seminarium "breeding ground, plant nursery" (see seminary). Sense of "meeting for discussion of a subject" first recorded 1944.