/ (prəˈtʃɑːrək) /
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(in India) a person appointed to propagate a cause through personal contact, meetings, public lectures, etc
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In the UK, COTTON CANDY is more commonly known as…
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PQ, PQE, Pr, pr0n, PRA, pracharak, practic, practicable, practical, practical art, practical effect
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