professional person

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Kevin is probably the most focused, intense, professional person I've been around since Jim Courier.
He said the uniform of a professional person like a doctor, lawyer, has an independent and distinct recognition in the society.
Leader of the Opposition Syed Khurshid Ahmad Shah is of the view that a professional person should be appointed as Chairman of PCB to improve the game of cricket.
Needless to say, I regarded them as a serious matter given that I am both a constituent of his and a professional person based in his constituency.
If legal advice is required, the services of a competent professional person should be sought.
I am afraid to say that it is a premature statement coming from a professional person.
A Lieutenant Pigeon B Captain Sensible C Sergeant Pepper D Private Lives QUESTION 3 - for 3 points: What professional person might take the Hippocratic Oath?
She was a good-natured, professional person," Paul McNamara said of his wife.
Opened by a professional person who operates absentee.
I can't believe that any professional person would not want the opportunity to play there.
The 1980s brought us "Yuppies", which stood for Young Upwardly (Mobile) Professional Person.
Gillani has often described Kayani who became army chief when former military ruler Pervez Musharraf quit the post in November 2007 as "pro-democracy and a highly professional person.
A professional person or a young couple, perhaps with a family.
Without it, he negates everything that makes him a professional person and becomes at best a routine technician or hired hand, at worst a hack.
She is a respected and professional person, so why was her judgement - which damns the Government - ignored?
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