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By means of these, they have become eminent proficients in various departments of science.
The Fathers of the Church were proficients in the art of abuse, and very ingeniously defended it.
There are few, whether wealthy or otherwise, who are not proficients in one or other of these accomplishments.
Considering the difficulty of reading verse, I am not surprised to find but few who are proficients in this art.
The preparation of the best optical glass is now made a great mystery by one or two proficients.
The city is a good school for studying human nature, and its people are proficients in the art of discerning character.
The experience obtained by the "Four" in the Maud had made them proficients in the duties of their present positions.
These are proficients in good eating; adepts in culling of delicacies, and the modes of dressing them.
There seems no end to the pretty devices which proficients in painting can accomplish.
Indeed, the Administration of which he formed a humble part were all proficients in it.

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alfrescoadverb | [al-fres-koh ]SEE DEFINITION
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