practitioners

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

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That is often the case with practitioners who don't have much to do in their profession.

Many of the practitioners were barbers, and others clergymen.

Caring then becomes a moral imperative for practitioners of the profession of nursing.

The practice of the criminal law does this to some of its practitioners.

There are more than three hundred and fifty practitioners of the law, in this city.

As in the case of ether, the American practitioners were the first to employ nitrous oxide as an ansthetic.

Some practitioners favor the employment of adjuvants to the quinia.

If one does not simplify the work, the practitioners will simplify it in their own way—by neglecting it.

Another thing is that there is no common formula accepted by all practitioners.

It was to assist in checking these practitioners that the state stepped in.