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sanitarian

 [san″ĭ-tar´e-an]
a public health worker skilled in surveillance of food services, water and air pollution, and sewage planning and control.

san·i·tar·i·an

(san'i-tār'ē-ăn),
One who is skilled in sanitation and public health.
[L. sanitas, health, fr. sanus, sound]

sanitarian

/san·i·tar·i·an/ (san″ĭ-tar´e-an) one skilled in sanitation and public health science.

sanitarian

(săn′ĭ-târ′ē-ən)
n.
A public health or sanitation expert.

sanitarian

Etymology: L, sanitas, health
a health professional who is an expert in the science of public health.

san·i·tar·i·an

(san'i-tar'ē-ăn)
One who is skilled in sanitation and public health.
[L. sanitas, health, fr. sanus, sound]

sanitarian

one skilled in sanitation and public health science.
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