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Although both languages, in relation to everyday language, can be defined as specialistic, their reception, especially today, is not restricted to the same manner.
Then there's a kind of specialistic fetishistic 'diaper man' character and the last one is a pole dancer and her hillbilly husband who is quite violent and nasty - and then the Ku Klux Klan come on.
Class A hospitals have specialistic and wide specialistic medical service facilities.
Originals are hard to come by, although they occasionally appear in specialistic stores such as Tom Tom in London's Covent Garden or at www.
In fact, one of the successful diffused mechanisms of coordination employed by complementary professional firms is to cross-reference clients with demands in contiguous specialistic fields.
Of course, a great professional liability exists in stepping on the toes of nationalist or specialistic pride.
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