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professional class


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  • n. A social and economic demographic, commonly identified as part of the upper middle class.
  • n. the groups in society composed of highly educated professionals.


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  • In the cities, there is a large, affluent, professional class that has already rejected the sweet, heavy, feminine, Oriental scents that the hippies ushered into favor in the sixties, as well as the clean, wholesome, fruity and herbal scents associated with the backpacker chic of the seventies.

    La insistencia de J├╝rgen Fauth

  • Every rank of life had members among the first martyrs of the Church of Gaul: the aristocracy were represented by Vettius Epagathus; the professional class by Attalus of Pergamus, a physician; a neophyte

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI


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