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To engage in specialization (1).


v. special·ized, special·izing, special·izes
Biology To become adapted to a specific function or environment; undergo specialization.
Biology To adapt to a particular function or environment; cause to undergo specialization.

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Q. Is there a special diet for FMS I heard that there is a connection between my diet and FMS- what is it? And what should I eat or not eat (that is the question ? )

A. My neighbor next door has this - he always looks so tired! I will tell him abot this link _Laura_ - thanks.

Q. Are there any special forums for parents to kids with cancer? I think my sister could really use that kind of support group of people who are going through the exact same thing they never dreamed to be.

A. But how should I tell her to go there? she acts like she doesn't need help. she says she isn't the one who needs treatment and she wouldn't want to waste time and energy on herself now- only on the kid. How do I convince her it's important?

Q. Anybody know any special cakes for diabetes patients? not just sugarless... something that was specially designed maybe...? any recipes??

A. Thank you diabetes community!!! you are good people... I invite you to try the cakes once they're ready...

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So if you've got a favourite class, you can read up on the post for more details on their specialisations.
Cisco Specialisations require channel partners to fill the following job roles with individuals who have met specific testing requirements: an account manager, responsible for the sales and customer engagement processes; a sales engineer, responsible for the network planning and design; and a field engineer, responsible for the implementation and support of the specified Cisco solution.
The Deloitte report indicates that specialisation is a major strategic trend in the banking industry, with risks and benefits both requiring careful assessment.