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rudiments

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrudimentsru‧di‧ments /ˈruːdəmənts/ noun [plural]  formalSIMPLE/NOT COMPLICATED the most basic parts of a subject, which you learn first syn basicsrudiments of the rudiments of windsurfing
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rudimentsAnd he was now teaching young Patsy, unbeknownst to his elder brothers, the rudiments of the noble art of self-defence.It turned out he had had the rudiments of classicism flogged into him as a schoolboy.The left alone has the rudiments of a comprehensive rational critique which could challenge it.Her first pupils all now knew the rudiments of typing.It was here that I had to learn the rudiments of technique.Oscar De La Hoya was learning the rudiments of seven-card stud poker.So, the rudiments of the game are securely locked in.Or sit in a tiny planetarium for an introduction to the rudiments of stellar navigation.rudiments ofCoach Phillips taught me the rudiments of the game.
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