semiprofessionally love



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  • adv. In a semiprofessional way.


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  • Or a soccer player his father played semiprofessionally or a student, if not for the three tennis courts built near the mountain resort in Serbia where his parents owned a pizzeria.

    How Djokovic Slayed the Giants

  • Her mother, who was involved semiprofessionally in opera, named her for a Wagner opera.

    Harry R. Bryant III; Isolde Chapin; Kent Sabatke; Kandiah Shivanandan; RoseMary J. Gustin; Mark E. Nejako

  • The discovery of C60 in 1985 caused me to shelve my dream of setting up a studio specialising in scientific graphic design (I had been doing graphics semiprofessionally for years and it was clear that the computer was starting to develop real potential as an artistically creative device).

    Harold Kroto - Autobiography

  • But when he moved to Rio de Janeiro at the age of 17, it was to play soccer semiprofessionally and work as a journalist.

    NYT > Home Page

  • His father, Pamphille, played semiprofessionally and his uncle, Philbert, formed part of the Trinidad news feed

  • Folk's father, Tony, loved soccer, and after emigrating from Austria in 1951, he played semiprofessionally in Los Angeles.

    NYT > Home Page

  • And the Brazilian Baseball and Softball Confederation said there are another 11 Brazilians playing professionally and semiprofessionally in Japan.

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  • "Marques has been performing semiprofessionally with some heavy-hitters in the R&B genre, and he is well-deserving of this opportunity," his mother says.

    GoTriad Archives

  • By age 13, he was performing semiprofessionally as a country-music guitarist.

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  • Peter Buffett said he had inherited his musical ability both from his father and his mother, Susan, who, he said, "played the piano around the house and sang semiprofessionally, jazz standards."

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