specialise

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  • He specialises in taking over at under-performing schools and turning them around within two years.
  • He now has his own studio and specialises in engineering and production.
  • During the total career, he has covered major national and international stories, specialising in national politics.
  • The commercial district is made up mostly of small businesses specialising in professional services.
  • Schools which perform highly may specialise in an additional area for example sports or technology.
  • Each hospital district contains a central hospital and other specialised units.
  • Each family would "specialise" by making one or more of the parts required.
  • Many specialise in a particular type of goods or sell different things on different days.
  • First, it allows students to experience subjects at university level before specialising.
  • For the first time since the 1960s there were also significant acts who specialised in soul.
  • This city had different specialised districts, much as is seen in modern city planning today.
  • The afternoon Drive programs specialise in local community news and political issues.
  • The company then specialised in civil and military pilot training aircraft.
  • I am going to specialise in something when I get there. Cited from The Loom of Youth, by Alec Waugh
  • He currently runs his own law practice, specialising in employment law.
  • It specialises in moving image, new media and performance based art.
  • Then he decided to specialise and became a five times Dutch champion.
  • Some specialised fields of economics deal in market failure more than others.
  • Individual birds specialise in one technique or the other which they learn from their parents.
  • Specialising in international law, she conducted part of her studies in the Soviet Union.
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