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    1. She’ll probably go to college and marry a doctor but never actually pursue a real profession of her own, especially after she has his first child

    2. In case you are a doctor then counseling your patients is in any case part of your profession

    3. In the case of dealing with patients in the medical profession the counseling takes a much wider and long-term meaning between the doctor or counselor and the patient

    4. In such cases the counselor is well trained in his profession and can supervise the client and modify the approach based on the inputs from the client

    5. He wanted to say that his dad didn’t have anything to worry about, that Johnny was not only doing fine, but thriving in his newfound profession

    6. The topics are usually politics, sport and profession

    7. Duties to family and friends and to one's business or profession will be more perfectly and efficiently performed

    8. The entire medical profession is trained to keep people alive, rather than keeping people comfortable so that they can die with dignity

    9. He earned that tattoo and it represented his profession and his experience and his time

    10. It's a good solid, honest profession

    11. However, the cultic prostitutes who serve at the temple of Aphrodite in Corinth flaunted their profession by going unveiled in public

    12. Here in this damp little island, where the eyes of the masses dim with disappointment when still young, this man enjoyed the luxury of profession and vocation

    13. For example, if the person says something about their profession, you could show

    14. years of age, I deemed to be the family profession

    15. Although he tried to keep an open mind and never let his personal views affect his profession integrity, what he had heard about Chas Middlesex had not attracted him to the man

    16. He sounds different, more professional … I’m reminded that writing is his profession

    17. profession, and Pierre is, well…I’m afraid he’s not that

    18. It’s apparent that online users will pay for content on their passion or profession

    19. "My profession makes me an interrogator, I'm sorry if it's offensive

    20. As a man of a civil profession seems awkward in a camp or a garrison, and is even in some danger of being despised there, so does an idle man among men of business

    21. In a profession,

    22. To excel in any profession, in which but few arrive at mediocrity, it is the most decisive mark

    23. It makes a considerable part of that reward in the profession

    24. the profession, too, makes some compensation even to them for the meanness of their

    25. creditable a profession, in which education is so easily procured, the hopes of much more

    26. always to have enjoyed a degree of consideration much superior to any of the like profession

    27. "Unlike some murderers, I've never masked my chosen profession

    28. In the meantime, it has become a profession as

    29. Then this Profession were to be esteem’d,”

    30. Even in the present state of Europe, therefore, little stock is likely to go from any other profession to the improvement of land in the way of farming

    31. A man of profession, too whose revenue is derived from another source often loves to secure his savings in the same way

    32. But a young man, who, instead of applying to trade or to some profession, should employ a capital of two or three thousand pounds in the purchase and cultivation of a small piece of land, might indeed expect to live very happily and very independently, but must bid adieu for ever to all hope of either great fortune or great illustration, which, by a different employment of his stock, he might have had the same chance of acquiring with other people

    33. To dream that you have reached the zenith of your profession indicates you are in a dead-end job

    34. Most importantly, it was so feminine; an aspect of her life she'd dreamed of developing, but under the conditions of her profession and her culture, that just hadn't been a likelihood for her

    35. The dictionary refers to a calling as a strong impulse or inclination to do a certain thing, follow a certain profession, or course of action

    36. So even though our profession or occupation may differ, the ultimate objective remains the same

    37. Not too long after the last incident, I went to visit a show house, as part of a survey that related to my profession

    38. That administration is necessarily composed of a council of merchants, a profession no doubt extremely respectable, but which in no country in the world carries along with it that sort of authority which naturally overawes the people, and without force commands their willing obedience

    39. McDonald, I admire you for your determination to protect your country and Major, I certainly admire your dedication to your profession

    40. But parliament, which gives so little attention to the application of millions, is not likely to give much to that of £13,000 a-year; and the cursitor baron of exchequer, from his profession and education, is not likely to be profoundly skilled in the proper expense of forts and garrisons

    41. In every profession, the exertion of the greater part of those who exercise it, is always in proportion to the necessity they are under of making that exertion

    42. This necessity is greatest with those to whom the emoluments of their profession are the only source from which they expect their fortune, or even their ordinary revenue and subsistence

    43. In England, success in the profession of the law leads to some very great objects of ambition ; and yet how few men, born to easy fortunes, have ever in this country been eminent in that profession?

    44. Reputation in his profession is still of some importance to him, and he still has some dependency upon the affection, gratitude, and favourable report of those who have attended upon his instructions; and these favourable sentiments he is likely to gain in no way so well as by deserving them, that is, by the abilities and diligence with which he discharges every part of his duty

    45. It is by powerful protection only, that he can effectually guard himself against the bad usage to which he is at all times exposed; and this protection he is most likely to gain, not by ability or diligence in his profession, but by obsequiousness to the will of his superiors, and by being ready, at all times, to sacrifice to that will the rights, the interest, and the honour of the body corporate, of which he is a member

    46. What are called metaphysics, or pnemnatics, were set in opposition to physics, and were cultivated not only as the more sublime, but, for the purposes of a particular profession, as the more useful science of the two

    47. But though the public schools and universities of Europe were originally intended only for the education of a particular profession, that of churchmen ; and though they were not always very diligent in instructing their pupils, even in the sciences which were supposed neccessary for that profession; yet they gradually drew to themselves the education of almost all other people, particularly of almost all gentlemen and men of fortune

    48. There was nothing equivalent to the privileges of graduation; and to have attended any of those schools was not necessary, in order to be permitted to practise any particular trade or profession

    49. It must give them public encouragement in order to their subsistence; and it must provide against that negligence to which they will naturally be subject, either by annexing particular ho0nours to profession, by establishing a long subordination of ranks, and a strict dependence, or by some other expedient

    50. And, in the end, the civil magistrate will find that he has dearly paid for his intended frugality, in saving a fixed establishment for the priests ; and that, in reality, the most decent and advantageous composition, which he can make with the spiritual guides, is to bribe their indolence, by assigning stated salaries to their profession, and rendering it superfluous for them to be farther active, than merely to prevent their flock from straying in quest of new pastors

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    profession professing assertion vow asseveration avowal career business calling employment vocation