Examples of conditioning in a Sentence
the team's excellent physical conditioning
With the proper conditioning, the horse will learn to trust and obey its handler.
Recent Examples of conditioning from the Web
Bengals assistant strength and conditioning coach Jeff Friday was on the Ravens staff from 1999-2007.
Long Beach schools, most of which do not have air conditioning in classrooms, will be on a minimum day schedule Tuesday due to the heat.
The eight residents who died that day were living on the second floor of the nursing home, which had no functioning air conditioning for three days.
Three out of five households in California report having air conditioning, although most of these are in the southern parts of the state.
Said Purdue didn't have air conditioning in visiting locker rooms.
This is Puerto Rico's hottest time of the year — and next to nobody has air conditioning.
Alberto Carvalho said Sunday on Twitter that all tardy notices and absences would be excused Monday and that some schools may not have air conditioning because of power failures.
The center didn't have air conditioning for three days, leaving the staff scrambling to keep residents hydrated and cool with fans and portable air units.
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First Known Use of conditioning
CONDITIONING Defined for English Language Learners
medical Definition of conditioning
- Good shoes and proper conditioning are the best bets for avoiding shin splints.
- —Current Health, November 1982
- He also got serious about his physical conditioning with a regimen that includes Pilates, weights and cardio training.
- —Alan Shipnuck, Sports Illustrated, 9 Sept. 2002
- Triathletes maintained their aerobic conditioning while developing new skills and strengthening neglected muscles.
- —Marlene Adrian, Shape, September 1991
- According to the theory, learning or conditioning is the process by which behavior is systematically and lastingly changed.
- —Harvard Mental Health Letter, December l990
- … aversive conditioning to tie undesirable actions to unpleasant stimuli and thereby break habits.
- —The New York Times Magazine, 26 Oct. 1980
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