There are not a lot of outlets giving them that instruction.
Americans have always had an idealistic streak, reflected both in the instruction in schools and in political rhetoric.
I was only a little freaked out by the morning's instruction.
Step Three: Place aromatics in slow cooker This instruction really speaks for itself, doesn't it?
As subjects dial the numbers, the prompts will respond that they did not understand and repeat their instruction.
Needless to say, this form of instruction is in no sense scientific.
Have you had any instruction to run away with my steam-yacht?
The instruction in this school appears to have been excellent.
The Iliad and Odyssey became text-books for the instruction of Greek youth.
You know, you agree to give me instruction in conversational French.
c.1400, instruccioun, "action or process of teaching," from Old French instruccion (14c.), from Latin instructionem (nominative instructio) "building, arrangement, teaching," from past participle stem of instruere "arrange, inform, teach," from in- "on" (see in- (2)) + struere "to pile, build" (see structure (n.)). Meaning "an authoritative direction telling someone what to do; a document giving such directions," is early 15c. Related: Instructions.