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Origin of practitioner
Examples from the Web for practitioner
If you continue to have diarrhea or explosive gas, you do need to see your practitioner.
Yamuna Zake, a long time healer and practitioner, tells me at her quiet West Village yoga studio.Pain-Free Stilettos? Yamuna Zake Thinks Her Yoga Class Is the Answer|Erin Cunningham|December 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Since 1975, Travolta has been a practitioner of Scientology.John Travolta’s Masseur Lawsuits Follow Rumors of a Double Life|Marlow Stern|May 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Behind her late middle-age rejuvenation was the spell of a Hindu practitioner of ancient Ayurvedic arts.The Sexy Side of Maggie: How Thatcher Used Her Softer Quality|Gail Sheehy|January 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The practitioner, who spoke only Russian, worked out of the house on 192nd Street.
Every day Gilbert had expected some communication from that practitioner, only to be disappointed.Fenton's Quest|M. E. Braddon
It has been laid down67 with an eye to fairness both for the practitioner and the client.Opportunities in Engineering|Charles M. Horton
The practitioner scarifies over the seat of pain, and then sucks about the wound.Original Narratives of Early American History|Vaca and Others
They think it safer to use the positive pole in hand; so letting the current run from the practitioner to the patient.
But these rules admit of frequent exceptions, which every practitioner's experience will soon reveal.
Word Origin for practitioner
1540s, a hybrid formed from practitian "practitioner" (c.1500, from French practicien, from Late Latin practicus "fit for action," see practice (v.)) on model of parishioner. Johnson has as a secondary sense "One who uses any sly or dangerous arts."