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  • n  a statement of fundamental facts or principles
  • n  the elementary stages of any subject (usually plural)
    he mastered only the rudiments of geometry
  • n  the remains of a body part that was functional at an earlier stage of life

  • Slowlypeople in Western Europe acquired the rudiments of nationalidentity, defined at first largely in religious terms.
  • After several hours of frustration, I began to discover the rudiments of how to use virtual blocks of instruction to get the robot to move, respond to a clap, back up when it hit a .
  • Some came with nothing, not even the rudiments of English.

  • Javagal Srinath in Sify
    The most important thing is that the fundamentals or the rudiments of the art of pace bowling will not change in them. You got to pitch the ball in the right areas with correct length,Srinath said.
  • James Henry Webb in Seattle Times
    Unlike other British settlers, Scots-Irish migrated "directly to the wilderness of the Appalachian Mountains, bypassing even the rudiments of colonial civilization," Sen. Jim Webb writes in his 2004 book, "Born Fighting: How the Scots-Irish...
  • Anna Bligh in The Australian
    Suggestions from Dr Flegg that this material should be made public only indicates how little he knows about the legal process in Queensland,Ms Bligh said. "He needs to study the rudiments of the legal system and let the courts get on with...

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