sabbatical

[adj] - of or relating to sabbatical leave 2. [n] - a leave usually taken every seventh year
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sabbatical

adjective of or relating to sabbatical leave; `sabbatical research project`
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sabbatical

sabbatical leave noun a leave usually taken every seventh year
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sabbatical

adjective of or relating to the Sabbath; `Friday is a sabbatical day for Muslims`
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Sabbatical

• (a.) Of or pertaining to the Sabbath; resembling the Sabbath; enjoying or bringing an intermission of labor.
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Sabbatical

Sabbatical or a sabbatical (from Latin sabbaticus, from Greek sabbatikos, from Hebrew shabbat, i.e., Sabbath, literally a "ceasing") is a rest from work, or a hiatus, often lasting from two months to a year. The concept of sabbatical has a source in shmita, described several places in the Bible ({bibleverse||Leviticus|25}, for example, where the..
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Sabbatical

[TV series] The film, follows Patrick Marlowe (who is on sabbatical), his paleontologist wife Dr. Julie Marlowe, and their children, as they leave the big city for Julie`s dinosaur dig in Saskatchewan`s Avonlea Badlands (located south of Regina). To be close to the dig The family moves to the fictional small town of Beacon Vista. On their w
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Sabbatical

According to ancient Jews it occurred every seven years. The fields were not cultivated and wild fruits were left for the poor. All debts were canceled and Hebrew slaves were to be set free
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Sabbatical

A voluntary arrangement whereby an employer allows an employee paid or unpaid leave for a specified
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