Specialist

A stock exchange
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Specialist

[arena football] In arena football, a specialist was a player, other than a quarterback or placekicker, who was exempt from the league`s one-platoon system (`Iron Man`). Under the original Arena football system, six of the eight players on each team were required to play both offense and defense. One of the two offensive positions was requi...
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Specialist

a species with narrow food preferences, habitat preferences, or both (after Ricklefs 1979:871) (see Generalist).
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specialist

Organism which has adopted a lifestyle specific to a particular set of conditions. Contrast with generalist.
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Specialist

On an exchange, the member firm that is designated as the market maker (or dealer for a listed common stock). Only one specialist can be designated for a given stock, but dealers may be specialists for several stocks. In contrast, there can be multiple market makers in the OTC market.
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Specialist

Is a person on the floor of an exchange who is supposed to buy when others are selling, and sell when others are buying so as to maintain and orderly market. In doing so, specialists run risks and they are compensated by the spreads.
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Specialist

A doctor who treats only certain parts of the body, certain health problems, or certain age groups. Normally, a specialist has received advanced training in a specialty field. For example, some doctors treat only heart problems. Some health plans require enrollees to obtain a referral from a primary care provider prior to seeing a specialist in ord...
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Specialist

A member of a US stock exchange who holds an exclusive franchise to trade in one or more securities on the exchange floor. The specialist in return is obliged to maintain a fair and orderly market in the stocks in which he or she is registered.
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specialist

[n] - practices one branch of medicine 2. [n] - an expert who is devoted to one occupation or branch of learning
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Specialist

A member of a stock exchange, a market maker, who provides a market in one or more securities. A... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/specialist.htm?id=1344&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of specialist'>more</a>
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Specialist

Spe'cial·ist noun One who devotes himself to some specialty; as, a medical specialist , one who devotes himself to diseases of particular parts of the body, as the eye, the ear, the nerves, etc.
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specialist

specializer noun an expert who is devoted to one occupation or branch of learning
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specialist

noun practices one branch of medicine
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specialist

(spesh´әl-ist) a health care professional whose practice is limited to a particular area, such as a branch of medicine, surgery, or nursing; especially, one who by virtue of advanced training is certified by a specialty board as being qualified to so limit his or her practice.
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Specialist

• (n.) One who devotes himself to some specialty; as, a medical specialist, one who devotes himself to diseases of particular parts of the body, as the eye, the ear, the nerves, etc.
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Specialist

On an exchange, the member firm that is designated as the market maker (or dealer for a listed common stock). Member of a stock exchange who maintains a 'fair and orderly market' in one or more securities. Only one specialist can be designated for a given stock, but dealers may be specialists for several stocks. In contrast, there can be ...
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Specialist

[Singapore] In the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF), specialists are the group of ranks equivalent to non-commissioned officers in other armed forces. This term was introduced in 1993, for a more `positive` rank classification. In the SAF, warrant officers are not considered specialists. Like many other modern militaries, the specialist corps f...
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specialist

An expert at activities not usually done by auditors (such as an appraiser for valuation).
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Specialist

a species with narrow food preferences, habitat preferences, or both (after Ricklefs 1970:871) (see Generalist).
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specialist

A member of a stock exchange through which all trades in a given security pass.
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specialist

Type: Term Pronunciation: spe′shăl-ist Definitions: 1. One who has developed professional expertise in a particular specialty or subject area.
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specialist

A number of businesses, charities and universities may have material that could be of use to you in your research. For example, if you had an ancestor who worked for a bank there may be personnel records, if somebody was helped by a charity or a hospital you may be able to look at the file relating to the case. Most are listed here at www.hmc.gov.u...
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specialist

In medicine, a doctor or other health care professional who is trained and licensed in a special area of practice. Examples of medical specialists include oncologists (cancer specialists) and hematologists (blood specialists).
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Specialist

Is a person on the floor of an exchange who is supposed to buy when others are selling, and sell when others are buying so as to maintain and orderly market. In doing so, specialists run risks and they are compensated by the spreads.
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Specialist

[rank] Specialist (abbreviated `SPC`) is one of the four junior enlisted ranks in the U.S. Army, just above private first class and equivalent in pay grade to corporal. Unlike corporals, specialists are not considered junior non-commissioned officers (NCOs). ==Recruits with college degrees and officer candidates== New recruits enlisting int...
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