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Students who score a three or higher on the five-point scale are often able to earn college credit or bypass introductory college classes in topics from biology to world history.

A 30-day introductory course is meant to be a “wide funnel,” and more in-depth, long-term curriculum will also be available.

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The learning activity can be entirely screen free as introductory paper guides are included in the pack.

Half of the drivers were told the system was called “AutonoDrive” and given introductory information that focused on how it would reduce their workload.

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If writing a blog post, I’ll generally add it right below the introductory paragraph.

As with any introductory episode to anything, Iron from Ice is a bit slow.

We were both studying introductory Arabic at the Saifi Institute in the Gemmayzeh area in Beirut, Lebanon.

In this introductory piece, perhaps it will be helpful to state right up front who is doing the writing.

That week, he signed up for the Introductory Course and, soon after, passed the Advanced Exam on his first try.

At an event at the National Press Club, Bozell gives an introductory speech but then has Graham come up to take questions.

This volume had an introductory sketch on Jan Diaz by M. de Clagny.

The history of the Namaqualand Mission has been sketched in outline in our introductory chapter.

Twelve years later, in 1754, his true Pamela established, he reverted to his introductory letters.

There had come to him an introductory statement; it was a smashing thing—a thing that would arrest and stun!

A new introductory chapter brings the story down to the last few years.


On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to introductory, such as: inaugural, preparatory, anterior, basic, beginning, and early.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.