Recent Examples of speciality from the Web
Greg and his wife, both doctors, arrived in Houston in late July to do advanced medical training in their respective specialities.
His speciality is clay, having reached the quarterfinals in the Barcelona and Lyon Opens.
Another independent operator, Grégory Noel, makes a speciality of exorcising farms.
The shop also participates in several local events throughout the area, with its food truck and cart, offering onsite speciality drinks.
Most of the Navy Yard’s tenants—around 330 businesses, adding more than $2bn a year to the city’s economy—are smaller advanced manufacturing firms, making speciality products.
The chef, caterer and award-winning actor recently signed on with Grand Central Publishing to pen his first book, focused on two of his specialities: entertaining and cooking.
This year, 82 hospitals cracked the top 50 in at least one speciality.
The real VIPs aboard the iconic Cunard Liner Queen Mary 2 live on Deck 12 with their own bedding and, sometimes, speciality food brought from home.
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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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