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Apprentice

One who learns a trade or occupation by working directly under a skilled person. For example, an apprentice may study under a blacksmith to learn the trade. The apprentice may be paid a small amount or may simply receive room and board.

apprentice

see TRAINING.
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Mr Prentice also said that Mr De Montfalcon's shop sold "a variety of quirky items" as well as art and musical instruments.
Mr Prentice became active in the volunteer sector but it was not until he was in his 80s, shortly after the death of Nancy, that he was given his own Senior Hour Sunday slot.
She tweeted: "Smile high my dear friend Pede Prentice, you will always be remembered in our jockey family.
ECHO Head of Sport David Prentice (right) presents the Dixie Dean Award to Graeme Sharp DAVID MUNN
The Northern Policy Institute recruited Prentice to write a commentary as part of a series of commentaries on the regional transportation strategy which will cover topics of airships and marine tourism.
Prentice claimed one of the men outside the pub had been "brandishing an ashtray", and "certainly didn't hear any mention of acid", according to Mr Haycock.
Gray's bravery stood out most, and Prentice saw the same qualities when Vaughan came through the ranks at Everton.
Talking about the challenging scene, Prentice said that he learned a lot from playing the controversial role.
Car mechanic Prentice flew 4,500 miles from Louisiana to propose to Katt three months after hooking up online.
He deposited almost $900,000 of this loot into two bank accounts he held jointly with his wife at the time, Teressa Prentice. The rest of the money was probably squandered through gambling.
Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation Chief Allan Adam is one of many people to recognize former Premier Jim Prentice for his dedicated work.
Meridian Energy Group expects to use a fee-based business model at a 55,000 barrels per day (bpd) refinery it plans to build in North Dakota, CEO William Prentice said.