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1. One who instructs; a teacher.
2. A college or university teacher who ranks below an assistant professor.

in·struc′tor·ship′ n.
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Noun1.instructorship - the position of instructor
berth, billet, post, situation, position, office, place, spot - a job in an organization; "he occupied a post in the treasury"
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References in classic literature ?
Before the first of June, Gaston Cleric was offered an instructorship at Harvard College, and accepted it.
His key appointments included an instructorship at the PMA and at the Command and Staff College Quetta; Director General, Military Intelligence; Director General, Inter-Services Intelligence; Inspector General, Training and Evaluation at GHQ; and Commandant, National Defence College.
instructorship if I wanted it, but that I wouldn't want it.
(53) Malia then took a nontenure-track instructorship at Harvard.
A teacher is recognised by many ingredient traits such as positiveness, energy, alertness, consistency, instructorship, organisation, resourcefulness and common sense.
Adhering to a Fourierist progression, The Romance of the Harem introduces a prototypical modality of American colonial intervention, deploying a Fourierist-feminist instructorship in order to reform preexisting practices of masculinist colonial violence.
Upon graduation, Floyd landed a summer instructorship at Florida State University (FSU), teaching, in addition to piano, theory and keyboard harmony.
A second set of conditions is harder to quantitatively evaluate: the intangibles of instructorship and CRM between instructor and student.
When John Cell was offered a one-year instructorship at Duke, they married, and moved to the United States.
There are reasons why an instructorship might not help an instructor return to her home discipline.
The debate (if it can be so called) is whether that fact is relevant to whether Endriga's instructorship should have been renewed, everything else remaining the same.
Allen Instructorship Award at University of Illinois Peoria.