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Word: rubric

Definition: title or heading (in red print); directions for religious ceremony; protocol


Sentences Containing 'rubric'

Apart from songs, most other content is presented in the rubric "The World Now," which includes news, interviews, sports, etc. Songs.
In 2007, RCampus added iRubric rubric builder and assessment system for enhanced and streamlined standards-based assessments for evaluation of student learning outcomes.
Safi further argues that micro-managing the reform process is counterproductive, and is likely to play into the hands of anti-democratic forces intent on stemming out the fledgling democratic forces under the rubric of safeguarding national independence and countering foreign interference.
The fourth conference, under the rubric "International Campaign against US and Zionist Occupation", was held 23–26 March 2006, on a platform expressed through the slogans "With the Resistance in Palestine and Iraq" and "Against Globalization, Imperialism and Zionism".
The land in question was part of Eva's tocher (dowry) and is known to be Falside from the rubric on King William's charter.
Today the Kirov/Mariinsky Ballet's score for "Swan Lake" has this variation titled with a rubric that says "Variation of Chabukiani", and this same solo is used by nearly every company when they perform "The Black Swan Pas de Deux", though there are often differences in the music regarding orchestration from production to production (for example, the Kirov/Mariinsky Ballet's version of this music is orchestrated for solo clarinet at the start, whereas in the west it is usually the full violin section that plays throughout).

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