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  • n. Plural form of specialization.


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  • There was a time when intellectual fashion, as separate from utility, demanded that certain specializations like engineering and science were familiar with calculus but, with the PC becoming mainstream, even the vast majority of those specialties don't need calculus.

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  • Klejment, University of St. Thomas history professor, earned her Ph.D. in U.S. history from the St.te University of New York at Binghamton, where one of her specializations was the history of American women.

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  • The new fiction film production and documentary expression specializations began in 2009 as two-year programs that enable 20 students to undergo a full year of hands-on training followed by a year of constructing an actual movie.

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  • The NY Times would have many, many more (namely specializations within general beats) and a smaller paper would have many less (it would combine general beats into one). en EspaƱol

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  • We must especially support and increasing make family practice with "specializations" in adult general practice, pediatric practice....etc a financially desirable way to practice with an emphasis on preventive medicine.

    No Perfect Health Care System, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • The NGE delivered the final blow of this "only combat matters" thinking by its squashing of all entertaining and healing professions down to one class each, and all crafting professions down to one class with four "specializations" so that it wouldn't be necessary to remove existing schematics... but the combat professions received all six remaining classes of the nine primary classes.

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  • To increase revenue growth, the new Brocade Value Incentive Programs (VIPs) are true pay-for-performance programs that focus on quality in partnership deliverables, such as specializations and a set of measurable objectives, as a way for partners to increase their incentive payouts on a cumulative basis.

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  • Criminal defense in the military justice system and filing habeas appeals in the civilian system are two different specializations.

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  • While it does not sound like much, that increase is enormous - as much as $450 million a year - because it applies to all active-duty troops rather than targeting key specializations that the military needs.

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  • Becoming a competent ME requires much more/harder work and training than most other professional specializations.

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