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Instructor | Definition of Instructor by Merriam-Webster
The student to instructor ratio is 4 to 1 or better with extensive small group and individual skills instruction. — alvaro montano, Houston Chronicle, "Planet Hockey offers young players chance to improve skill set at Willowbrook camp," 11 July 2018
Instructor - definition of instructor by The Free Dictionary
My instructor sometimes looked in upon me when he was out for an evening tramp, and I noticed that he was more likely to linger and become talkative if I had a comfortable chair for him to sit in, and if he found a bottle of Benedictine and plenty of the kind of cigarettes he liked, at his elbow.
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Become An Instructor. Since 1871, a major objective of the National Rifle Association has been to provide education and training in the safe and proper use of firearms.