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practitioner

noun artificer, artisan, artist, attorney, counselor, craftsman, creative worker, journeyman, lawyer, master worker, professional, solicitor, specialist, trained person
Associated concepts: legal practitioner, single practitioner, sole practitioner
See also: addict, attorney, esquire, expert, professional, specialist
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GNP believes the key to their success is to approach each client and property as a unique situation.
However, preparing monolayer graphene nanosheets from GNPs via oxidation and reduction steps and then amtne-functionalizing the graphene nanosheets needed a lot of efforts.
The excessive focus on GNP can be forgiven as can the errors in the economic analysis.
A final example comes from developing countries, which tend to have a low GNP because so much of their economy is based on barter (the exchange of goods and services) rather than specific financial transactions.
It is likely that richer countries would have more complete reporting than poorer ones, which would lead to the opposite association between diarrhea and GNP to that reported.
It says as long as "the vector of physical output values" remain identical, real GNP should remain the same.
Third, because the VAR requires stationary data, first differences of GNP and consumption are used.
Total internal and external debt is about 88 percent of GNP, which is creating debt servicing problem.
The working assumption is that if consumer sentiment can forecast GNP movements even after controlling for fundamentals and other publicly available predictors of output, some support is provided for the idea that consumer sentiment causes output fluctuations.
Because the GNP is qualified to initiate treatment and, in most states, has at least some degree of prescriptive authority, intervention can begin at the earliest signs of worsening health.
For each of these recessions and recoveries (with the exception of the recovery following the 1980 recession), we examine the changes in GNP and some of its principal subaggregates expressed in terms of 1987 prices and expenditure weights and the prices and weights of the BEA base year closest to the event.
Real GNP on a command basis increased more than real GNP - 3.