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Synonyms for expert

a person with a high degree of knowledge or skill in a particular field

having or demonstrating a high degree of knowledge or skill

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Perfectly," Aynesworth answered; "I still think, however, that much the wiser course would be to send an expert to the mine first.
It was a lucky thing that in Lord John we had found an expert driver, for it was no easy matter to pick one's way.
It is a very cold scent upon which the Metropolitan expert is generally asked to run.
They were geological experts sent to investigate the old question of the alleged supply of gold from the rocks round here, upon which (as it was said) the small city-state had so long maintained its credit and been able to negotiate with its neighbours even under the ceaseless bombardment of bigger armies.
Experts and officials had been promised great prizes or international advantages, and some even said that the Prince's secret apartments and strong military protection were due less to fear of the populace than to the pursuit of some private investigation of--"
He had wondered just what was precisely the reason for the Guggenhammers and the big English concerns sending in their high-salaried experts.
He put trusted agents to work on the heels of great experts, and on the creeks where they began to buy he likewise bought.
The Guggenhammer experts concluded that it was too big for him to handle, and when they gave him an ultimatum to that effect he accepted and bought them out.
The mysterious sun-sickness, which the experts of Australia could not fathom, still ripped and tore my tissues.
I do the legwork to ensure that I hire the best expert I can, an exceptionally qualified one who will help me win my case.
INFOMINE draws upon a hybrid collection design that consists of metadata created by (1) subject experts (at INFOMINE and at collaborating institutions); (2) machine processes or machine processes with expert refinement; and (3) external collaborating institutions that share data streams of records, which are imported through OAI-PMH or other means, translated as needed, and then added to the INFOMINE collection (for example, MARC records of the University of California Shared Cataloging Project and Dublin Core records from some collections within the NSDL).
To help triers of fact understand the impact of different types of financial transactions or attach a measurable value to a plaintiff's injury CPAs often are called on to serve as expert witnesses.
These opportunities to serve as expert witnesses, however, can open the door to professional liability exposure.
Under recent court decisions, an expert witness whose work fails to meet professional standards may find himself/herself being hauled back into court as a defendant in a malpractice claim.
The only difference between Paladin and today's expert witnesses is that he often rejected compensation in order to take on just causes.
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