Examples of supervision in a Sentence
Young children need constant supervision.
She's responsible for the supervision of a large staff.
Recent Examples of supervision from the Web
In 1972, fashion designer, real-estate investor, and businessman, James Goldstein, purchased the Sheats house and it was restored under Lautner’s supervision.
And those numbers don't include the more than 200 children living with relatives or close family friends who are under children services' protective supervision and are working through a case plan, Ream said.
Never in my household was the use of a firearm anything but a privilege. I was only permitted to shoot under the strictest supervision.
Amid the upsurge in Palestinian stabbings, shootings and car rammings that began in the fall of 2015, the Ministry of Public Security eased the criteria for obtaining a gun permit, but maintained the same levels of supervision and control.
Among the other protesters, Ken Ward, of Corbett, Oregon, was convicted in Washington last June of burglary and sentenced to two days in jail plus community supervision and community service.
Some of us even learned to cook hovering above the pot, carefully adding potatoes and carrots and chunks of meat under Mom's close supervision.
In other words: It was used as an absolute last resort for families who felt otherwise hopeless in the face of a neurological disease, and under strict medical supervision.
Following the Constitution and the rule of law, Trump urged Congress to do its job and pass legislation to do what Obama did by fiat: address the future of these illegals who came to America under parental supervision.
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First Known Use of supervision
administration, care, charge, conduct, control, direction, governance, government, guidance, handling, intendance, management, operation, oversight, presidency, regulation, running, stewardship, superintendence, superintendency;
SUPERVISION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of supervision for English Language Learners
: the action or process of watching and directing what someone does or how something is done : the action or process of supervising someone or something
SUPERVISION Defined for Kids
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