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residential course/school etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishresidential course/school etcresidential course/school etcespecially British English if you are on a residential course, you are living in the institution where you are studying residential
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residential course/school etcThey joined the six-day residential course after a careful selection process.Casey is now in a residential school for children with emotional problems and / or learning disabilities.As a challenge the chief of the Poltava guberniia Department of Education offered him the directorship of this residential school for war-orphans.In fact I hear that several Outward Bound schools are offering fortnight-long residential courses on the safe removal of the fleecy top.The money raised will pay for two outdoor residential courses, organised for college students and Fairbridge.The residential course will be a combination of talks, demonstrations and hands-on experience.Therefore, the concerns raised do not apply necessarily or equally to all residential schools working with such children.
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