- Induction (birth), induction of childbirth
- Rite of passage
- Introduction of an individual into a body such as the armed forces
- Formal introduction of a priest into possession of the position to which she or he has been presented and instituted
- Student orientation, an induction program for new students at Universities
- Teacher induction, the support and guidance provided to novice educators in the early stages of their careers
- Induction (teachers), the period of one year following qualification as a teacher in the United Kingdom
- Induction (play), an opening scene in a play, notably used in early English plays
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Famous quotes containing the word general:
“The reputation of generosity is to be purchased pretty cheap; it does not depend so much upon a mans general expense, as it does upon his giving handsomely where it is proper to give at all. A man, for instance, who should give a servant four shillings, would pass for covetous, while he who gave him a crown, would be reckoned generous; so that the difference of those two opposite characters, turns upon one shilling.”
—Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (16941773)
“According to the historian, they escaped as by a miracle all roving bands of Indians, and reached their homes in safety, with their trophies, for which the General Court paid them fifty pounds. The family of Hannah Dustan all assembled alive once more, except the infant whose brains were dashed out against the apple tree, and there have been many who in later time have lived to say that they have eaten of the fruit of that apple tree.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)