practician

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practician

(prækˈtɪʃən)
n
1. a practitioner or practiser of any profession, skill, or art
2. a practical person; someone whose knowledge is practical rather than theoretical
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.practician - someone who practices a learned professionpractician - someone who practices a learned profession
clinician - a practitioner (of medicine or psychology) who does clinical work instead of laboratory experiments
Gongorist - a practitioner of the affected elegant style of the Spanish poet Gongora
homeopath, homoeopath - a practitioner of homeopathy
professional, professional person - a person engaged in one of the learned professions
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Finally, to serve both academe and the practicians, we need to heed the calls for modesty of McSwite, Bourgon, Clark and Swain and Lodge and Gill.
Practicians face with many small yet significant mistakes that are caused by the specialists themselves.
Second, verse practicians are not interested in the question of how many degrees of quantity there 'actually' are in Estonian, their problem is how to divide all existing syllables into light, heavy or ancipitia.
This method requires the practicians to have knowledge of the absent persons ID numerical codes, and is especially favoured by low turnout rates)
The total majority of Russian (as well as Western) experts and practicians definitely declared about bad readiness for the global crisis and management ineffectiveness in the major part of Russian business.
Until 1930, the scientific apicultural research in Romania did not have an organized framework, even though many valuable apiculturists and practicians asserted themselves as observers, experimenters and promoters of the most advanced techniques and scientific methods in apiculture.
This has presented new challenges to the management field, both to the theoreticians and practicians, with respect to the need to base their decision on more flexible and sophisticated instruments.