preceptor

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The headmaster or principal of a school, especially a private school
A teacher or tutor
{n} a teacher, instructor, tutor, master
The head of a preceptory among the Knights Templars
{i} teacher, professor; instructor, tutor
The superior of a preceptory was called by the Templars a Knight Preceptor; a “Grand Preceptor” was the head of all the preceptories, or houses of the Knights Templars, in an entire province, the three of highest rank being the Grand Preceptors of Jerusalem, Tripolis, and Antioch Houses of these knights which were not preceptories were called commanderies
means an individual who provides or directs the training and experience required for an individual to become an authorized user, an authorized medical physicist, an authorized nuclear pharmacist, or a Radiation Safety Officer
Head of Preceptory
One who gives commands, or makes rules; specifically, the master or principal of a school; a teacher; an instructor
teacher at a university of college (especially at Cambridge or Oxford)
the resident knight or sergeant in charge of a preceptory of the Military Orders preceptory a monastery of the Military Orders; used particularly to refer to establishments of the Templars
the headmaster or principal of a school, esp. a private school
The superior of a preceptory was called by the Templars a Knight Preceptor; a “Grand Proceptor” was the head of all the preceptories, or houses of the Knights Templars, in an entire province, the three of, highest rank being the Grand Preceptors of Jerusalem, Tripolis, and Antioch Houses of these knights which were not preceptories were called commanderies
preceptors
plural of preceptor
preceptorship
the position of preceptor
preceptor

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    [ pri-'sep-t&r, 'prE-" ] (noun.) 15th century. From Latin praeceptor, from the verb praecipiō.

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