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practitioner

noun as in expert

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This fragmentation makes it hard to find a practitioner based on symptoms alone.

From Fortune

SEO practitioners have for years been told that nofollow links have zero value.

It has also highlighted conversion therapy practitioners, conferences and webinars.

It’s true that TechSEO practitioners do not have to be developers in order to be excellent at their job.

The company saw the capability for software and technology to transform the construction industry long before practitioners did.

Yet their biggest star, a master practitioner of the sport, could face prison time for much less onerous financial crimes.

For both the possessed and the priest-practitioner, driving out the devil can be dangerous to mind, body and spirit.

If you continue to have diarrhea or explosive gas, you do need to see your practitioner.

In the case of a falsely reassuring prenatal test, there are two possibilities for a lawsuit against a health practitioner.

In fact, Dr. Rakesh Patel, a family practitioner in Arizona, has seen enormous improvements in very sick patients.

He was a good country practitioner, and, I suppose, knew the ordinary routine of his work quite well.

A study of blood bacteriology is useful, but is hardly practicable for the practitioner.

As yet, it is the only agglutination reaction which has any practical value for the practitioner.

Andrew Cantwell died; an Irish practitioner and writer on medicine of considerable abilities.

As Dr. Sitgreaves supported her from the chaise, she turned an expressive look at the face of the practitioner.

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On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to practitioner, such as: doctor, master, professional, specialist, and pro.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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