Examples of practitioner in a Sentence
a French doctor who was once the most famous practitioner of natural childbirth
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But the jazz world has a tendency to leave even its best practitioners needing a steadier income.
Its high practitioner is the great W. G. Sebald, whose brilliant novels have cast an influential shadow over a generation of writers including Rachel Cusk, Teju Cole, Sheila Heti and Ben Lerner.
The museum nods to famed Scandinavian design with a 1958 chair by one of its highest-profile practitioners, Denmark’s Arne Jacobsen (1902–1971).
According to the Washington Post, Lomas was a longtime practitioner of plant medicine.
Fanciful ideas about the unconscious meanings of toilet reading aside, there is no evidence that its practitioners are abnormal.
In March 2017, the FDA issued a broader warning against one of the procedures, specifically citing Arata as one of its practitioners.
Having survived Whole30, I was fully prepared to cut out grains and gluten to find the answer to my prolonged GI distress, but then my health practitioner prescribed an elimination diet that also nixed corn, potato, and tree nuts.
Powers is a reflective practitioner who is dedicated to integrating curriculum, school projects, and student interests into everyday practice by connecting his classroom to the greater community.
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PRACTITIONER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of practitioner for English Language Learners
: a person who works in a professional medical or legal business
: a person who regularly does an activity that requires skill or practice
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