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specialisations

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  • noun Plural form of specialisation.

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  • Tens of thousands of officers refusing to work overtime, handing in specialisations (i. e firearms), work to rule on meal breaks, the withholding of what little good will is left in the jar. etc etc etc

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  • The specialisations could be a positive way to demonstrate to customers why they would choose DiData to not just do the consulting and design, but also the deployment, management and operation of the environment, Brown said.

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  • While the nonprofit world is vast and the specialisations within it are many, the number of successful organisations within those specialisations is limited.

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  • Though derived from different specialisations and institions, our observations are partial, driven by fragments of evidence from purposively selected sites and interpreted by people with particular values and perspectives, so we cannot overstate the representativeness of these conclusions.

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  • Whether for becoming a professional or an expert researcher, in the different fields of modern knowledge in Tibet today, it is extremely important to use the Chinese language to achieve the required specialisations.

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  • I should do some research into pet skills and some research into leatherworking specialisations, maybe I'll do that later today ...

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  • Whether for becoming a professional or an expert researcher, in the different fields of modern knowledge in Tibet today, it is extremely important to use the Chinese language to achieve the required specialisations.

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  • I struggled to memorise the specialisations of brain areas.

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  • Whether for becoming a professional or an expert researcher, in the different fields of modern knowledge in Tibet today, it is extremely important to use the Chinese language to achieve the required specialisations.

    Importance of education

  • Whether for becoming a professional or an expert researcher, in the different fields of modern knowledge in Tibet today, it is extremely important to use the Chinese language to achieve the required specialisations.

    Importance of Education

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