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practitioners

noun as in expert

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Some natural health practitioners also say activated charcoal can be useful to treat minor digestive issues.

The Pritzker transforms architects from being merely good practitioners in a fairly insular field into global celebrities.

Both require of their practitioners discipline and a certain type of constitutional fortitude.

A lot of patients are fed up with being plied with pharmaceuticals and are turning to alternative practitioners.

Practitioners recommend that Botox should start as early as our 20s so that wrinkles do not have the chance to form.

In spite of these facts the hypophosphites continue to be employed by many practitioners.

With such notions abroad, quackery must have been rife, and serious medical practitioners had many difficulties to contend with.

I went on to a new variety of health crank, the real "nature cure" practitioners.

This man made himself a professional man, just as did the early practitioners of medicine—concocters of herbs in the beginning.

Practitioners who were not members of the College of Archiaters had no pay, no rights, nor emoluments.

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On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to practitioners, such as: professional, specialist, master, doctor, and pro.

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

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