elementary school‘His mother attended the same elementary school as Rose.’
elementary educationIn effect, made elementary education free.
most elementaryI simply experienced, in its most elementary form, the sense of existing.’
elementary particlesThe other was elementary particles, the study of the very small.
very elementaryPupils in the UK and USA, taking even very elementary courses in biology and zoology, were taught the skill.
elementary operationsWe approach this by considering the elementary operations which are commonly used in the condensation of determinants.
public elementary schoolsIt divided the country into school districts, and, in those districts with inadequate provision, required school boards to be elected which would raise money through the rates to provide public elementary schools (often called ‘board schools’).
elementary levelA close link between what the picture tells you and what the sound conveys is important for elementary level students.
elementary flying trainingIn December 1937 he applied for a short-service commission in the RAF and to his evident amazement was accepted and sent for elementary flying training in 90 m.p.h.
elementary and secondaryIn that year too, Johnson secured an Education Act, providing $1.5 billion of Federal aid for elementary and secondary schools, including those run by religious denominations.
elementary coursesOnly in their most elementary courses do other academic fields offer even a partial parallel.
state elementaryThe ‘baby difficulty’, as one attendance officer called it, led to many late nineteenth-century state elementary schools opening crèches.
elementary particleThe other was elementary particles, the study of the very small.
elementary mistakeNevertheless, this elementary mistake remained unobserved for almost two decades.