How to use Sabbatical in a sentence
Quinn's sabbatical project lost its funding.
He succeeds Fr Peter Brealey, who will be moving to Chertsey after a short Sabbatical.
Most of the work of the Committee is undertaken by volunteers, but we do employ an elected Sabbatical to provide a coordinating function.
The Guild is run by sabbatical officers who have been elected by students.
We were there to enable the chaplain to go on Sabbatical leave.Advertisement
Sabbatical officers who have been elected by students.
Sabbatical position was created in 1994.
Sabbatical posts is by secret ballot.
Trevor Thomas is on Sabbatical from 1 st September to 30 th November 2006.
Sabbatical in order to pursue qualifications or undertake voluntary work is another option that enlightened employers can consider.Advertisement
Sabbatical from work, rented out my flat and went.
Sabbatical from teaching in order to move more deeply into writing.
Associate Professor takeda is planning to take a sabbatical year in the UK in 2007-2008 to pursue this research.
In civil affairs, and in the regulation of the jubilees and sabbatical years, the Jews still adhere to the ancient year, which begins with the month Tisri, about the time of the autumnal equinox.
Include sabbatical leave under the primary purpose of the time, usually research.Advertisement
Periods of unpaid leave will not be included in the calculation of the normal sabbatical entitlement.
Homerton Union of Students is the only Cambridge college student union to have a sabbatical president.
The Women 's Officer sabbatical position was created in 1994.
The election to all sabbatical posts is by secret ballot.
Trevor Thomas is on sabbatical from 1 st September to 30 th November 2006.Advertisement
He succeeds Fr Peter Brealey, who will be moving to Chertsey after a short sabbatical.
Paid sabbatical leave Some organizations do provide paid sabbaticals.
Most of the work of the Committee is undertaken by volunteers, but we do employ an elected sabbatical to provide a coordinating function.
Giving staff a sabbatical in order to pursue qualifications or undertake voluntary work is another option that enlightened employers can consider.
So eventually I took a sabbatical from work, rented out my flat and went.Advertisement
Gillian plans to use the prize money to take a sabbatical from teaching in order to move more deeply into writing.
Associate Professor Takeda is planning to take a sabbatical year in the UK in 2007-2008 to pursue this research.
I would like to request sabbatical leave from work so that I can focus on writing my book.
She took a 12 month sabbatical from the show in 2008, and began appearing regularly again in 2009.
Financial concerns, health-benefits and security are strong motivators for quickly returning to the workforce, as opposed to pursuing self-employment or sabbatical living.
The professor decided to take a few months of sabbatical leave to do research in Asia.
They should call it more of a hiatus or maybe a sabbatical, maybe even an extended leave of absence, but not retirement.
Quinn has a sabbatical from teaching and is using it all summer for a college project.
The Babylonian calendars contain explicit directions for the observance of abstention from certain secular acts on certain days which forms a close parallel to the Jewish Sabbatical rules.
Perhaps it was the Sabbatical year, when no tribute was due.
Quinn owed some residual time on his sabbatical project but his class commitments were nearly at an end.
The seventh year's fallow prevented the exhaustion of the soil, which was further enriched by the burning of the weeds and spontaneous growth of the Sabbatical year.