Thesaurus / advancement


Astonishingly, few mass-market digital learning tools are built or adopted with these pedagogical advancements in mind.

Term positions further provide “limited career advancement possibilities, and no standing when an individual in one of these appointments applies for a full-time position,” it said.

Mobile gaming companies, for example, slice and dice the trillions of interactions by their users to learn when to offer advancements for free and when to ask for in-app payments.

In November 2019, Milton claimed that Nikola would soon unveil “the biggest advancement we have seen in the battery world.”

Women’s economic pain from the pandemic could last a lifetime through lost earnings and less potential for job advancement, Scarborough says.

We’re not quite there yet, but SEOs and digital marketers should be prepared for what advancements like GPT-3 could potentially mean for our industry.

This has already presented itself as an advancement in the way healthcare is considered.

To illustrate perhaps the most important design advancement of Globe Life Field, Fred Ortiz of the firm HKS, the stadium’s principal architect, shared with FiveThirtyEight two images that served as inspiration.

Bright visions of future advancement passed through his mind.

Rabbi and PriestMilton Goldsmith

He was, above everything, desirous of the welfare of the Church and the advancement of religion.

Historic OdditiesSabine Baring-Gould

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