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specialisation

A period of acquisition of special skills or specialty knowledge, usually in a formal educational setting, which is closed with an examination by a specialty board and a certificate of special expertise awarded (board certification).
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The cabinet had earlier issued directions, which barred the advisers and special assistants to prime minister from using executive powers in decision making and policy formulation.
Minister for Power Division Omar Ayub Khan interacted with the special persons and took photographs on the occasion.
This one window operation will continue till tomorrow and it is expected that more than 200 special persons will be able to get their special CNICs free of cost.
It is a common fallacy that special education is only least important branch of general education system; this impression is flawed, because special education in numerous means more demanding and difficult than general education.
the statement also stated, Mustapha Lamus, senior special assistant on Special duties, Ibrahim Abdulahi as senior special assistant on investment and economic planning and James Thomas as senior special assistant, Liaison Office, Abuja.
A busload of 20 people with special needs were accompanied by 12 volunteers of Sadiq Almutamir, including sign language interpreters for the deaf pilgrims.
He added that the two special education schools would be upgraded to high school level in the district besides constructing their own buildings of the special education schools.
RA 11113: Declaring March 24 of every year a special non-working holiday in Ligao City, Albay in commemoration of its founding anniversary.
She would have Special Olympics athletes come to her house to swim in her pool.
Speaking on the occasion Senator Siraj-ul-Haq said special quota should be reserved for special persons in federal government jobs.
During a regular session, lawmakers can consider bills on any topic; during a special, if a bill is not on the governor's agenda, it's out of bounds.