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practitioner

prak ti shuh ner

  • n  someone who practices a learned profession

  • The average nurse-practitioner charges $5 plus the cost of materials for an office visit and $10 for the house calls that constitute the major part of their practices.
  • Raised amid the wheat fields of Kansas, Sister Gemma Doll is a skilled nurse practitioner with a mission to serve her patients by using the best of the Internet.
  • Massoud's place in history is assured by the fact that he was arguably the most brilliant practitioner of guerrilla warfare in the late 20th century.
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  • Scott Boras in SI.com
    We must be convinced that someone who has spent the better part of her career as a political advisor, policy advocate, and academic -- rather than as a legal practitioner or a judge -- can put aside her personal and political beliefs, and... Mitch McConnell http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitch_McConnell&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEZA1ca3PJ7nNpSJFQIuI8CQ4eMWw CNN International http://www.google.com/url?q=http://edition.cnn.com/2010/US/06/19/kagan.documents/&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGjm_qWYgjHutFCqa1Qsbh9Mpo1GQ Jun 19, 2010 76594 103560 practitioner I have no knowledge of this medical practitioner or any relationship that he has with any of our clients," Boras said. "We have never referred any of our clients to a wellness center."
  • Carla Bruni in National
    The official translation of what she actually wrote was this: "The companion of the new UK head of government is a kind of fashion icon. Aristocratic but bohemian, practitioner of yoga and close to the ecological cause, this mother of three has...

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