practitioner

[ prak-tish-uh-ner ]SEE DEFINITION OF practitioner

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His father was a member of New Inn, and a practitioner of the law in Wiltshire.

Do you seriously think of becoming a practitioner of medicine?

The practitioner may be unwilling to risk it, if the patient consents.

In special cases it may be modified as expedient in the judgment of the practitioner.

And this is just the education which suits the future practitioner.

From that day,” he says, “I became less and less a practitioner of that cruel fishing.

No, Moonlight, my friend, I am a practitioner who treats for love.

Eli admitted Mr. Jackson, the Christian Science practitioner.

This work gives just the information the practitioner needs.

“Prithee, friend, leave me alone with my patient,” said the practitioner.

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