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cognoscenti

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcognoscentico‧gno‧scen‧ti /ˌkɒnjəʊˈʃenti $ ˌkɑːnjə-/ noun   the cognoscenti
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cognoscentiFood that is traditionally grown and free from the intrusion of technology will become increasingly desirable among the cognoscenti.But the cognoscenti know that the grip can be everything: in itself it can decide the entire bout.Manutius is now recognized by the cognoscenti as the father of the modern book.
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