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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpractisingprac‧tis‧ing British English, practicing American English /ˈpræktəsɪŋ/ adjective  1 a practising Catholic/Muslim/Jew etc2 a practising doctor/lawyer/teacher etc
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practisingChanges in rights of audience may well result in a slimming down of the practising Bar.Applicants for both posts should be practising Christians in agreement with the Trust's aims and purposes.Over 500 of the prisoners are practising Christians.Working alongside the students will be practising musicians, architects, painters and dancers.Harri was the only practising Muslim in the class.For trainers or practising professionals needing a refresher course.Such was my sole experience in dabbling with the occult, when I met Beth and Ida Perry - practising spiritualists.The perspective on pedagogy that informs this book, then, makes considerable demands on the practising teacher.
From Longman Business Dictionarypractisingprac‧tis‧ing /ˈpræktəsɪŋ/ British English, practicing American English adjective a practising lawyer, doctor etc is working as a lawyer, doctor etcJudges have invariably spent most of their working lives as practising barristers.
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