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specialists

noun as in person who is an expert in a field

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This is a well-documented phenomenon which does not worry specialists.

French media have trotted out specialists to explain the phenomenon and have generally pinpointed its origins abroad.

Miller hired a team of specialists to make sure each image was flawlessly created.

He consulted with specialists in Los Angeles, Boston and Baltimore.

The first hour is all about proving that the specialists took a rigorous approach to finding their couples.

He had much of the many-sidedness distinguishing the Elizabethan era, and seldom seen in this age of specialists.

For special subjects experts and specialists are invited, and much valuable information is often afforded.

There were men and women among the Rejects who had been specialists in various fields.

The cough persisted in spite of all efforts of specialists to alleviate it.

Herodotus tells us of the tradition of the number of different kinds of medical specialists in existence among the Egyptians.

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On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to specialists, such as: scholar, doctor, consultant, guru, authority, and professional.

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

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