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private practice in Occupations topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishprivate practiceˌprivate ˈpractice noun [countable, uncountable]  1 BOBBthe business of a professional person that is independent of a bigger or government-controlled organization Richard set up in private practice.2 BOBB American English the business of a professional person, especially a doctor, who works alone rather than with others
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private practiceRegistered dietitians can be located through hospitals and clinics, and many are in private practice.Solicitors and barristers in private practice are in business and must make a profit to survive.The same thing occurs in private practice.Articles which are available in commerce or industry may well include a period in private practice.At the time he was tapped for the federal job, Coffey was in private practice in Coconut Grove.Percentages are based on a total of 46,652 solicitors altogether working in private practice.Instead of going into private practice, or after some years of practice, the solicitor may seek an appointment.Logically, a far richer recruitment seam is available where case management is a day-to-day activity-in solicitors' private practice.