laboratory (lab´o-ra-to-re, lab´ra-)

A place equipped for the performance of tests, experiments, and investigative procedures and for the preparation of reagents, therapeutic chemical materials, and so on. [Mediev. L. laboratorium, a workplace, fr. L. laboro, pp. -atus, to labor]
personal growth l. a sensitivity training setting in which the primary emphasis is on each participant's potentialities for creativity, empathy, and leadership. See also sensitivity training group.


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