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- n. A person concerned with action or practice, as opposed to one concerned with theory.
- adj. Practical.
- adj. Cunning, crafty.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Practical.
- adj. Artful; deceitful; skillful.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Concerned with action; practical, as distinguished from theoretical.
- Skilled; skilful; practised.
- n. Practice, as opposed to theory; practical experience.
- n. One concerned with action or practice, as opposed to one concerned with theory. See the quotation.
A fin practic in honor of a xcllant vowl slipping out of currnt us.
Also I was told you need to practic shoot with what you will hunt with, does that mean shoot with your broadheads?
Minimal and practic at the same time, I assume that it will solve tha problem to transportation for every citizen.
Ms. Campbell and her teachers immersed themselves in test-score data and worked to change the teachers 'classroom practic es.
Secretary Clinton, in a live address this morning at the Newseum, marked a major turning point for promoting freedom of expression, and made clear the Obama Administration's intent to put into practic ...
Make the connection to advice (noun) and advise (verb) – the morphology is the same but the distinction in pronunciation has been lost from practic,se.
In the '06 elections, if we stick with this idea of "service and competent management" then each candidate can argue he or she can be more competent and provide better service and we don't tie them to failed conservative policy and practic.
So i am getting my practic to barbicue == MOOSE== IN ALASKA after the ELECTION ==?
Mai brudder wud practic himz violencez n da kitteh wud stan up n bang da door slot in tyme wif mai brudders moosic- wuz berry phunny to watch…..
They that intend the practic cure of melancholy, saith Duretus in his notes to Hollerius, set down nine peculiar scopes or ends; Savanarola prescribes seven especial canons.