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- n. Alternative spelling of specialization.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See specialization, specialize.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of specializing; making something suitable for a special purpose
- n. the special line of work you have adopted as your career
- n. (biology) the structural adaptation of some body part for a particular function
Judging by the numerous conferences and reseller functions I've attended that have put this topic first on the schedule, the term specialisation can largely be taken as vendor-speak for channel partners capable of going deeper into a technology area, a market area or a services area.
The good doctor (his specialisation is dentistry, by the way - never thought we'd say nce things about a dentist) goes on to sayWe share all these as a gift to build better friends across the border and hope to shed the image of hatred and violence and give way to a peaceful co-existence between to lovely nations.
The drive for specialisation is driven by the concern for jobs, and while the specialist may be good at one thing, industry and professions need students with a broad background.
His area of specialisation is climate change, which isn’t a field that is short of sceptics.
This process of customising a machine for a particular input to slot A is called specialisation or partial evaluation.
Businesses in the west, however, have been hooked on the concept of '' specialisation '' and that means competency dependence is rife.
There is a tendency with all such groups to view their area of specialisation as an end in itself, whereas I've always believed that good writing should be a means to an end.
For example, a very sound (and exceedingly efficient) system of science education I had seen, is for the general science course to be split up into three sections (physics, bio, chem) corresponding to the three terms, and have each be taught by a different teacher with a different specialisation, as opposed to a science generalist.
This deal will meet our goals to make Ipsos brand a worldwide brand, synonymous with excellence in each of its fields of specialisation and better able to attract and keep clients, said Didier Truchot, co-president of Ipsos.
Most courses will allow some specialisation, so you may get the chance to study international politics, global development, or intelligence and surveillance studies.
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