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(ˈspɛʃəˌlaɪzə) or


a person who specializes in something
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Noun1.specializer - an expert who is devoted to one occupation or branch of learningspecializer - an expert who is devoted to one occupation or branch of learning
enologist, fermentologist, oenologist - a specialist in wine making
expert - a person with special knowledge or ability who performs skillfully
attache - a specialist assigned to the staff of a diplomatic mission
canonist - a specialist in canon law
criminologist - a specialist in criminology
crystallographer - a specialist in crystallography
dietician, dietitian, nutritionist - a specialist in the study of nutrition
educationalist, educationist - a specialist in the theory of education
fingerprint expert, fingerprint man, fingerprint specialist - a specialist in identifying fingerprints
Germanist - a specialist in the study of Germanic language or culture or literature
graphic designer, designer - someone who specializes in graphic design
graphologist, handwriting expert - a specialist in inferring character from handwriting
decorator, designer, house decorator, interior decorator, interior designer, room decorator - a person who specializes in designing architectural interiors and their furnishings
limnologist - a specialist in the study of freshwater ponds and lakes
meteorologist - a specialist who studies processes in the earth's atmosphere that cause weather conditions
oculist, optometrist - a person skilled in testing for defects of vision in order to prescribe corrective glasses
orientalist - a specialist in oriental subjects
Teutonist - a specialist in the history of the Teutonic people or language (especially with respect to the Teutonic influence on the history of England)
arborist, tree surgeon - a specialist in treating damaged trees
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Columbia County Bread and Granola, a specializer of locally grown grains and manufacturer of nutritional foods, is located in the Greater Susquehanna KIZ, administered by the Columbia Montour Chamber of Commerce.
Alemaayehu Geda points out that although the literature traces the debt crisis to events in the 1970s and 1980s, the structure for such a crisis was built on its specialization as a primary export specializer (Geda 2003: 79-80).
In principle, the specializer could perform the addition on x, but not on y.
Ideally a specializer should be free of any limits that restrict its behavior.
In the Beetaloo basin assets, group s 98% possessed Australian subsidiary which now has taken a 70% stake with local operator Origin Energy and South African gas-to-liquids specializer Sasol acquiring 35% each.
Relating this to sport, MacPhail, Gorely, and Kirk (2003) conducted an 18 month-long ethnographic study of an English athletic club and noted "a shift of position" of its members from sampler to specializer in the 12-15 age range.
The Tempo project has targeted `C as a back end for its run-time specializer.
investment bank Goldman Sachs launched JRE, a specializer in energy development and operations for setting up Japan's renewable energy market, while JRE targets toboost power capacity up to 1,000 MW over the next five years.
The specializer also performs a postprocessing renaming phase which allows us to automatically fulfill the independence condition as well as to avoid the restriction to specialize only innermost terms.
The resulting specializer improves significantly upon earlier work with respect to speed and size of the specialized programs.
Subareas of faculty performer specialization Number Percent of all performance specializers Voice 238 22.

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