Definitions for "Professional"
Engaged in by professionals; as, a professional race; -- opposed to amateur.
A person who prosecutes anything professionally, or for a livelihood, and not in the character of an amateur; a professional worker.
A professional golfer who is paid to teach or to play in competitions.
The definition varies among associations but most term professional the following activities of a person over eighteen. being paid for riding, driving, or showing at halter; for training or boarding; for instructing; for conducting seminars or clinics; in some situations for being employed as a groom or farrier; for use of name or photo in connection with advertisement; for accepting prize money in classes.
As defined by the changes to the FLSA in August 2004, a professional occupation is one who is not exempted by military, technical or low-level training. The new rules dictate that people with equivalent knowledge and perform the same work are now exempted if they “obtain such knowledge through a combination of work experience and intellectual instruction.
An occupational category for unclassified staff whose assignments require either college graduation or specialized professional training but whose principal activities are administrative rather than instructional, e.g. Librarians, counselors, physicians, and some directors and department heads if more than 50% of their job is administration. (Most officers of administration are included in this category.)
an upgrade of the PETRA Lite by several features that enable most information from an analysis to be transferred to a model and the model then to be used for generating source code
the staff at Small-Business Showcase and the approach used to create, upgrade and maintain your Internet PowerPages Web ad
the staff at AdGeeks and the approach used to create, upgrade and maintain your Internet web page.
a person who possesses a personal body of knowledge and of know-how which is recognized and valued by the market
This is a person who is a recognised professional. An accountant, actuary, doctor, solicitor, vet, etc., are all recognised as being members of a profession. In recent years the term has widened and takes in some senior managerial positions. Not all lenders go as far as this. Therefore, some high earners will be able to borrow more from certain lenders than others..
A person who is a member of a recognised profession, such as a doctor or solicitor. The definition of a professional can vary substantially from lender to lender with occupations such as banker being accepted as a profession by some but rejected by others. Many professions are disquvalified from practicing if they become bankrupt.
Keywords:  skill, expert, sion, diems, experience
A person who uses a combination of specialized knowledge and expertise tempered with seasoned judgment gained from experience to perform his or her work.
somebody very competent; somebody who shows a high degree of skill or competence in their field.
(pro FES sion al) adj: having great skill or experience in a particular field or activity The commander must have a staff who are professional.
a fast fine grain black and white film, ideal for a wide range of uses including pictorial and fine art photography
a medium speed black and white film offering exceptionally fine grain for when very fine detail is required
a medium speed, fine grain, black and white film, ideal for pictorial and fine art (more
development Activities designed to help teachers expand their knowledge and ability to help students learn; in-service days are used for professional development.
Students seeking a post-bachelor's degree or certificate in the Duluth School of Medicine and the Twin Cities Medical School, Law School, School of Dentistry, and Colleges of Pharmacy and Veterinary Medicine.
an excellent choice for practitioners and students alike
Keywords:  titleist, fitter, cobra, club, custom
a Titleist and Cobra custom club fitter
Keywords:  knower, understands, sought, dose, self
a person who understands dose
a self-governing knower of a field of understanding and practice whose work is sought by others as of value
antigen presenting cell]: a cell whose predominant functions include presentation of antigen, for example, macrophages, dendritic cells, and B lymphocytes. Virus-infected cells present antigen as long as they are infected, but presentation is not their predominant function.
a stress-free, user-friendly program and the reporting feature is the best asset
a well established cleaning business that provides a friendly, reliable and cost effective service to both the domestic and commercial sector
Keywords:  doesn't, feel, job, his, best
a man who can do his job when he doesn't feel like it
a person who can do his best at a time when he doesn't particularly feel like it
a person who does a good job even when she doesn't feel like it
a Surfer who earns his living and receives his motivation from participating in surfing contests
One who makes his living playing pool.
Keywords:  traumatic, process
a traumatic process
Keywords:  exponent, leading, game
a leading exponent of the game
a plus Qwest is an equal opportunity employer
an individual who is licensed or certified by the state or who is an employee of a facility licensed, certified, or operated by the state
professional and para-professional employees as defined by local policy (MATRIX)
Keywords:  dreams, teammate, floral, bridge, shop
(1) person who makes a living from bridge;(2) paid partner or teammate.
a person qualified or employed in one of the professions
a person, that dreams for others well
Keywords:  promotional
a tool that enables the efficient production of these inexpensive prototypes with an increased efficiency by generating source code
a pro because they constantly review their numbers/systems/ logs/charts/ whatever you want to call them
a comprehensive software reference containing pictures and data for ornamental plants
Someone who displays fireworks as part of their business or profession.
Keywords:  artist, counted, desired, achieve, time
an artist that can be counted on to achieve the desired results on time, every time
Of or pertaining to a profession, or calling; conforming to the rules or standards of a profession; following a profession; as, professional knowledge; professional conduct.
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of or relating to or suitable as a profession; "professional organizations"; "a professional field such as law"
a leading provider of solutions for your hand protection problems
a non-profit association disability home
Being paid to do an activity as the significant portion of one's income.
Keywords:  way, life
a way of life
Keywords:  top, rated
Top Rated