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professionalised

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of professionalise.

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Examples

  • As DJing becomes increasingly 'professionalised' or formalised in a scene (eg introducing pay rates, introducing a DJ roster, introducing preferences for particular types of music), then it becomes more 'regulated'.

    dogpossum

  • 'professionalised' left-wing politics does often seem to descend into crude nepotism, lazy corruption and the idea that wooing westminster purse-carriers is the way to emancipation.

    k-punk

  • It needs to be seriously managed, professionalised, results-based – and I'm very happy that the Department For International Development DfID is really exemplifying that approach right now.

    Aid: 'We're not arguing for a culture of dependency. We're arguing to end it'

  • "Teachers have been de-professionalised and de-skilled by interference from successive governments who have told them what to do and how to do it," he says.

    Bett 2011 | In search of leadership

  • As Mary Fitzgerald discusses in this month's Prospect, standup has been professionalised.

    Talk politics, lose a crowd

  • In an age where there has been a remarkable increase in the number of elected members and the Party has professionalised in many aspects, including the very substantial number (over 100) of individuals who now depend on the Party or its politicians for their wages; there is a danger that the voice of members is being under represented.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • That in a less professionalised era 'e's told they were called' daisy roots '.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Even with those I think a professionalised & tooled up defence force will be one of the key spending priorities of any national government.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Venue for next Thursday?

  • Politicians have become professionalised and ever more insular.

    John Rentoul today puts Trevor Kavanagh and myself in the...

  • In an age where there has been a remarkable increase in the number of elected members and the Party has professionalised in many aspects, including the very substantial number over 100 of individuals who now depend on the Party or its politicians for their wages; there is a danger that the voice of members is being under represented.

    What is the role of the Party President?

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