There are even stores which specialize in selling forgeries.
And garnering a great one depends on an ability to specialize, distinguishing yourself from the pack.
Today, a handful of quick-eats joints in and around Newark specialize in the signature sandwich.
Then he linked up with rebels who specialize in helping would-be defectors escape.
Over there is the world, which drives people to specialize in ever-narrowing areas of knowledge.
In everything but in criticism it is necessary to specialize.
You do not intend to specialize in criminal law, do you, Mr. Hamilton?
During his preliminary days at the university, the man who would win money on the races should specialize in science.
But it is not probable that they will ever specialize to the same extent as men do.
His brother forbids his marriage with any English donzell, for Edward dares not specialize what alone he dreads.
specialize spe·cial·ize (spěsh'ə-līz')
v. spe·cial·ized, spe·cial·iz·ing, spe·cial·iz·es
To limit one's profession to a particular specialty or subject area for study, research, or treatment.
To adapt to a particular function or environment.