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Long invariably had a speciality defense designed for whoever the Beavers were playing that week.
Every 19th-century household displayed a sprig of mistletoe at Christmas time—respectability and stolen kisses being a Victorian speciality.
China Times, a newspaper in Beijing, estimates that as many as 6,000 speciality towns are being developed.
On a conference call with analysts Tuesday, Mr. Breen left open the possibility of further breakups down the road for the speciality business, which investors and analysts have suggested.
Revenues at CVS Health reached $177bn last year, riches which come from 9,700 retail pharmacies and from its operations in mail-order drugs and sales of more expensive speciality medicines.
The owner of Magic Flowers, a speciality flower shop at 7201 W. Wilson Ave.
Caffeine Corps has leased space in Olde Shell Square at 5552 Old Shell Road and offer speciality energy and coffee drinks, according to Pratt Thomas of Merrill P. Thomas Company.
There are fewer tech-speciality planets than there used to be, too, as too many free prerequisites floating around would break the game.
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First Known Use of speciality
Synonymslong suit, métier (also metier), forte, specialty, strong suit, thing
Related Wordsarea, arena, bailiwick, business, circle, demesne, department, discipline, domain, fief, fiefdom, field, line, precinct, province, realm, sphere, terrain; element; aptitude, aptness, bent, faculty, flair, genius, gift, knack, talent; pursuit, racket, vocation; inclination, leaning, partiality, penchant, predilection, predisposition, proclivity, propensity, tendency
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