Noun(1) a leave usually taken every seventh year
Adjective(1) of or relating to the Sabbath(2) of or relating to sabbatical leave
(1) The paper was written whilst on sabbatical at Pennsylvania State University, where much logistical support and scientific stimulus was given by D. W. Burbank and colleagues.(2) For the next academic year, the author was on sabbatical leave and hence no data are available for the 1994-1995 year.(3) Stephen Stokes is currently on sabbatical leave.(4) Anbar decided to take some R&R through his company's sabbatical program, which allows consultants to take one or two months off per year - in addition to vacation time.(5) And Robredo chose to take a two-year sabbatical to study at Harvard University.(6) While on sabbatical in 1997, the scientist collected preserved leaves from university and museum collections in Europe and the Americas.(7) As scholar in residence, he will implement the sabbatical program.(8) Julie Jones, a 26-year-old consultant at Accenture's Chicago office, was among one of the first to sign up for the company's sabbatical program.(9) But, I also needed a sabbatical experience that would be beneficial for both SFU and myself.(10) I have a male friend who spent a post-tenure sabbatical leave writing his second book as well as caring for his newborn, while his wife returned to her law practice.(11) For starters, he not only negotiated full professorship and the Jackman Chair in Philosophy, plus a paid sabbatical .(12) A stint as a teaching assistant for an accounting class led him to substitute for the same professor the next year when that professor went on sabbatical .(13) Larrinaga plans to take a year's sabbatical to travel and study.(14) During a sabbatical term at the Institut des Hautes Ôö£├½tudes Scientifique in Paris in 1985 she studied Gromov's work on elliptic methods which became the basis for much of her later work.(15) In 1990 Bellcore created the idea of a Fellow who would spend a sabbatical at a university.(16) C. W. Woodworth spent his sabbatical from the University of California, Berkeley, at the University of Nanking in 1918.
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