Practiced

  • (adj): Skillful after much practice.
    Synonyms: practised
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Some articles on practiced:

Comedy (drama) - Types of Comic Drama
... See also History of theatre Ancient Greek comedy, as practiced by Aristophanes and Menander Ancient Roman comedy, as practiced by Plautus and Terence Ancient Indian comedy, as practiced in Sanskrit drama ...
Street Dentistry - History
... In Europe during the Middle Ages, it was often practiced by monks, who were the most educated of the period ... becoming regulated, unlicensed dentists still practiced, often offering inferior services, prompting some to call for their prosecution ... as 5000 unlicensed dentists may have practiced in New York in the early 1900s ...
Types of Chitemene - Large Circle Chitemene
... Large circle chitemene is practiced in northeast Zambia over the extent of the Muchinga plateau within Luapula and Northern Provinces ... In Luapula province, it is practiced uniformly in all districts in the portions outside of the lowland areas surrounding Lake Bangweulu as well as those ... In Northern province, it is practiced everywhere outside of the afore mentioned Bangweulu lowlands, the Chambeshi River flat, the areas west of ...
Eli Jones
... Jones studied conventional medicine and practiced for five years before deciding that the medicine of the day was harmful, due to its dependence upon harsh cathartics like calomel ... Native Americans, went back to school, graduated, and practiced eclectic medicine for another five years ... He decided to learn homeopathy, went back to school, and then practiced as a homeopath ...
Tai Qi - Training and Techniques - Weapons
... training and fencing applications employ the jian, a straight double-edges sword, practiced as taijijian the dao, a heavier curved saber, sometimes called a broadsword ...

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Famous quotes containing the word practiced:

    A wellborn mind that is practiced in dealing with people makes itself thoroughly agreeable by itself. Art is nothing else but the list and record of the productions of such minds.
    Michel de Montaigne (1533–1592)

    In middle age, I practiced feeling old, but the real thing has been a rude surprise.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    I am not afraid of praise, for I have practiced it on myself.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)