Apprentice

[software] Apprentice is a program that assists in playing Magic: The Gathering over the Internet and maintains a searchable database of Magic cards. It was developed by Dragonstar Studios from 1996–1999 and based on an earlier program from 1995 by Tan Thor Jen. Christopher Warden, owner of Dragonstar Studios, acquired the code for the or
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Apprentice

[video game] Apprentice is a PC point-and-click amateur adventure game released by Herculean Effort Productions as freeware in 2003. It was created using Adventure Game Studio. The game begins with a dream of a young wizard apprentice, Pib, in which he is confronted by Lord Ironcrow, the ruler of the region. In the dream, Ironcrow tries to
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APPRENTICE

A boy rider apprenticed to a racing stable until he is aged 25 or until he has ridden 95 winners.
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Apprentice

A beginner Witch.
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apprentice

[n] - works for an expert to learn a trade 2. [v] - be or work as an apprentice
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Apprentice

Ap·pren'tice noun [ Middle English apprentice , prentice , Old French aprentis , nom. of aprentif , from apprendare to learn, Latin apprendere , equiv. to apprehendere , to take hold of (by the mind), to comprehend. See Apprehend , Prentic
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Apprentice

Ap·pren'tice transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Apprenticed ; present participle & verbal noun Apprenticing .] To bind to, or put under the care of, a master, for the purpose of instruction in a trade or business.
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apprentice

1. One who is bound by indentures or by legal agreement to serve a mechanic, or other person, for a certain time, with a view to learn the art, or trade, in which his master is bound to instruct him. ... 2. One not well versed in a subject; a tyro. ... 3. A barrister, considered a learner of law till of sixteen years' standing, when he might be cal
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apprentice

learner 1 prentice noun works for an expert to learn a trade
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apprentice

verb be or work as an apprentice; `She apprenticed with the great master`
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Apprentice

• (n.) One who is bound by indentures or by legal agreement to serve a mechanic, or other person, for a certain time, with a view to learn the art, or trade, in which his master is bound to instruct him. • (n.) One not well versed in a subject; a tyro. • (n.) A barrister, considered a learner of law till of sixteen years` standing, w
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Apprentice

An individual who enters into an agreement to learn a skilled trade and to achieve a journeyman status through supervises training and experience, usually for a specified period of time. 
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apprentice

A young employee who signs a contract (an indenture or articles of apprenticeship) agreeing to be trained in a particular skill for a set amount of time by a specific employer. During this time the wages will be relatively low but on completion of the apprenticeship they increase to reflect the increased status of the employee and to recognize the
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Apprentice

A person bound in due form of law to a master, to learn from him his art, trade or business, and to serve him during the time of his apprenticeship.
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Apprentice

Young jockey tied to a trainer whilst gaining race riding experience. When racing against professional jockeys apprentices receive weight concessions to compensate for their relative inexperience.
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Apprentice

Those learning a trade or profession.
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apprentice

one who is bound by agreement to work for another for a specific amount of time (usually seven years) in return for instruction in a trade, art or business. Since their hours were so long, apprentices usually lived in makeshift lodgings provided by their employers. The master was paid a fee. When one finished, they were a journeyman and able to hir
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Apprentice

Jockey in training
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Apprentice

A trainee jockey. An apprentice will usually ride only flat races.
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Apprentice

Young person aged 16 to 25 who is preparing a professional or technological diploma in the framework of a special work contract combining training in a company - under the responsibility of a training supervisor - and lessons given in an apprentice training centre (CFA).
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Apprentice

Individual indenture (contracted) to a training program run by a Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (JATO) in the building trades
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apprentice

one who enters into an agreement to serve an employer for a stated length of time to learn a trade.
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