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 Foul - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A professional foul is a deliberate act of foul play, usually to prevent an opponent from scoring.
A technical foul is an infraction of the rules concerning unsportsmanlike, non-contact behavior.
In basketball, a personal foul is a breach of the rules that concerns illegal personal contact with an opponent.
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 Engineer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the US, the term "engineer" is also used to denote an operator of an engine of some sort, e.g., a railroad engineer denotes the operator of a locomotive, a ship's engineer denotes the operator of the steam engine on a steamship, and a stationary engineer is normally responsible for a stationary steam engine.
Engineers and scientists are often confused in the minds of the general public.
The title "engineer" is normally used only by individuals who have an academic degree (or equivalent work experience) in one of the engineering disciplines.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Engineer   (775 words)

  
 Warrior
Professional warrior The professional army of the Aztecs was mainly consisted of a version of the special forces.
Warrior, Alabama Warrior is a city located in 2000 census, the population of the city is 3,169.
Cold warrior Cold Warrior is a phrase used to describe the men and women involved in the shaping and executing of George...
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 Professional Master's degree - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Most professional master's degrees are terminal in the sense that they are not generally used as an intermediate step to the doctorate degree in the field, though this is not always the case.
Professional Master's degrees are awarded by a university and require that a candidate already has been awarded a first degree, normally a bachelor's degree to matriculate into the program.
The common theme shared by all professional master's degrees is that the education provides a balance between theory and practical skills, so that graduates from these programs are capable of working in the respective fields.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Professional_Master's_degree   (418 words)

  
 Dominatrix Guide Disclaimer Page
Professional dominatrix, domina, Mistress and a directory of escort guides and slaves.
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 Professional Engineer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Civil Engineers account for a large majority of licensed Professional Engineers, and many of the remainder are Mechanical and Electrical Engineers whose practice involves areas that states regulate, such as HVAC systems and power engineering.
Professional Engineer is the term for registered or licensed engineers in some countries, including the United States and Canada.
The years of experience may also vary; for instance, in California it is possible to take the Professional Engineering examination with only two years of experience after a bachelor's degree, or one year of experience after graduate school.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Professional_Engineer   (1388 words)

  
 Professional wrestling - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Professional wrestling is "simulated" in the sense that the outcomes are predetermined, and their effects upon the opponent exaggerated.
In the earlier parts of the 20th Century, "professional wrestling" was at times just that, a professional contest of amateur-style wrestlers competeing for a purse with a league structure similar to professional boxing.
Modern professional wrestling usually features striking and other techniques not part of traditional wrestling.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Professional_wrestling   (2752 words)

  
 Professional body - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A professional body or professional organization is an organisation, usually non-profit, that exists to further a particular profession, to protect both the public interest and the interests of professionals.
Membership of a professional body does not necessarily mean that a person possesses qualifications in the subject area, nor that they are legally able to practice their profession - although in some countries and professions, membership of a professional body is required for somebody to legally practice.
Professional associations do not always concern themselves with licensing or the equivalent or government regulations.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Professional_body   (365 words)

  
 Professional golfer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Golf is affordable to a large proportion of the population, and most golf professionals are from middle class backgrounds, often the same sort of backgrounds as the members of the clubs where they work or the people they teach the game, and educated to university level.
Professional golfers from these countries are quite often from poor backgrounds and start their careers as caddies, for example, Angel Cabrera of Argentina, and Zhang Lian-Wei who is the first significant tournament professional from the People's Republic of China.
It is very difficult for a professional to regain his or her amateur status; simply agreeing not to take payment for a particular tournament isn't enough.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Golfer   (625 words)

  
 Fraternities and sororities - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Professional, academic or honorary societies rarely maintain a permanent housing location, and some may be barred from doing so by their national organization.
Though the Delta fraternity protagonists were meant to be portrayed positively in the film, it is often used by those skeptical of fraternities to describe the dangers of the binge drinking culture seen in fraternities.
In the case of fraternities and sororities that have disaffiliated from a national organization, the Greek letters chosen for the name of the organization are often a derivation of the previous name (for example, Phi Tau is the former Tau chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa) and thus bear no special secret meaning.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Fraternities_and_sororities   (3243 words)

  
 Professional development - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Professional development refers to vocational education with specific reference to continuing education of the person undertaking it in the area of employment, it may also provide opportunities for other career paths.
More specifically professional development encompasses the developing of skills relevant to the one's current occupation, for example, leadership training for managers and training for specific techniques or equipment for technicians, metal workers, medical practitioners and engineers.
Generic professional development may be oriented to generic life skills or general personal coaching.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Professional_development   (209 words)

  
 Professional degree - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A professional degree is an academic degree that is regulated under common laws of the Swedish government and examined and awarded by prescribed schools and universities, and intended for those wishing to follow a given profession.
The professional degree is often similar to Bachelor of Science or Master of Science, depending on the title of the profession and on the years of education which varies between 90-330 ECTS.
In the United States, professional degrees refer to graduate degrees that are specific to a particular vocation, or profession.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Professional_degree   (517 words)

  
 Professional dominatrix
Professional dominatrix: woman hired to function as a top or sadist
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 Professional - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sometimes the professional status of an activity is controversial, for example there is debate as to whether or not professionals should be allowed to compete in the Olympic Games.
That is to say, behaving professionally would indicate that the person's actions remain in accordance with specific rules, written or unwritten, pertaining to behavior, dress, speech, etc. By extension, the adjective professional can indicate that someone has great expertise or skill in a craft or activity.
The opposite of professional is amateur or, disparagingly, "rank amateur." Sometimes an amateur can perform as well or better than a professional, but this tends to be an exception.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Professional   (296 words)

  
 Professional humor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Professional humor is distinct from in-jokes, which can be appreciated by only a member of a specific profession or community.
A speaker at a professional seminar will often break the ice with a bit of professional humor.
The title of the accountancy journal Accountancy Matters has been represented as an example of ironic professional humour.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Professional_humor   (185 words)

  
 MSN Encarta - Professional Wrestling
The win-loss record of a professional wrestler, therefore, does not indicate how successful he or she is. Many professional wrestlers never win titles but nonetheless capture the imagination of fans and attract spectators and television viewers to the sport.
Many professional wrestling matches are held in huge arenas that seat thousands of people, but others take place in small venues, such as high school gyms, bingo halls, and halls operated by the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW).
Professional wrestling developed from amateur wrestling, but while the two sports resemble each other in some ways, they are not closely related.
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 Professional sports - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Professional athleticism is seen by some as a contradiction of the central ethos of sport, competition performed for its own sake and pure enjoyment, rather than as a means of earning a living.
Although the sport began as amateur compoetition, the Australian Football League is an elite professional league and has been for nearly 80 years since its initial formation as the Victorian Football Association and then the Victorian Football League in 1897.
In 1888 thanks to the introduction of professionalism a new format for competition between the clubs was possible and The Football League was introduced to help further the commercialisation of football.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Professional_sports   (1907 words)

  
 Professional responsibility - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Professional responsibility is the area of legal practice that encompasses the duties of attorneys to act in a professional manner, obey the law, avoid conflicts of interest, and put the interests of clients ahead of their own interests.
Attorneys who violate professional responsibility rules may be subject to sanctions ranging from reprimands to temporary suspension to permanent disbarment.
The remaining three states test professional responsibility on their local bar examinations.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Professional_responsibility   (1907 words)

  
 Diving - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Divers are judged on whether they completed all aspects of the dive, the conformance of their body to the requirements of the nominated dive, and the amount of splash created by their entry to the water (less being better).
In breath-hold diving even at shallow depths it crucial to equalize your ears by blowing gently against the roof of your mouth with your mouth and nose closed allowing air to move up in to your middle ear and equalize the pressure created by immersion.
On the platforms, dives may occur in the four previously mentioned directions starting from either an upright (on foot) position or from a handstand.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Diving   (2733 words)

  
 Academic degree - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bachelor's degrees: B.A. or A.B. BBus, BCom or BComm, BE or BEng, BTech, BS or B.Sc.
A degree is any of a wide range of status levels conferred by institutions of higher education, such as universities, normally as the result of successfully completing a program of study.
As study in the arts or in grammar was a necessary prerequisite to study in subjects such as philosophy, medicine and law, the degree of doctor assumed a higher status than the master's degree.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Academic_degree   (2242 words)

  
 Go professional -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
Professional rankings are 1 dan through 9 dan (sometimes written 1p through 9p).
A Go professional is a professional (A person who participates in or is skilled at some game) player of the (Click link for more info and facts about game of Go) game of Go.
Professional rankings are separate from the amateur ratings (approximately 30 kyu through 7 dan).
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/g/go/go_professional.htm   (146 words)

  
 Golf - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Relatively few golfers play left-handed (i.e., swing back to the left and forward to the right), with even players who are strongly left-handed in their daily life preferring the right-handed golf swing.
Therefore, a skilled golfer must assess the quality of his or her shots in a particular situation in order to judge whether the possible benefits of aggressive play are worth the risks.
For a right-handed golfer, it consists of a backswing to the right, a downswing to the left (in which the ball is hit), and a follow through.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Golf   (7144 words)

  
 Professional wrestling slang - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Professional wrestling has accrued a considerable amount of slang, in-references and jargon.
Kayfabe, term used to describe the illusion (and up-keep of the illusion) that professional wrestling is not staged(i.e.
Sell, to make a wrestling match seem unstaged by reacting to an opponents attacks in a manner that would suggest that the techniques were being applied at full-force and that he/she is feeling the painful effects.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Professional_wrestling_slang   (7776 words)

  
 Professional
Blade (professional wrestling) A blade in the context of professional wrestling is a sharpened object used to provoke bl...
Professional warrior The professional army of the Aztecs was mainly consisted of a version of the special forces.
Professional student college slang is a term commonly used in colleges which describes a student who refuses or isn't ab...
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /topics/professional.html   (7776 words)

  
 Young America's Foundation Speaker Warrior, professional wrestling superstar
Warrior is one of the few to become the WWF champion and continues to be one of the most popular wrestlers in the history of professional wrestling.
Warrior says, “It is no matter that we live in contemporary times, when two people decide they want to rebuild enduring family traditions - heritable traditions not handed down by their own ancestors - they can, and it can be incredible.” The family currently resides in New Mexico.
Warrior was approached by Ed Conners, from the renowned Gold’s Gym, to become one of two rising amateur bodybuilding protégés the fitness behemoth sponsored annually.
www.yaf.org /speakers/warrior.html   (7776 words)

  
 Natas Kaupas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Natas Kaupas is a semi-retired professional skateboarder of Lithuanian descent.
Natas was the first skateboarder to have a professional model shoe made in his name made by Etnies.
His professional career took place mostly in the 1980s.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Natas_Kaupas   (7776 words)

  
 Skateboarding
Skateboarding is the act of rolling on or interacting with a skateboard.
Like roller skating, skateboarding is often done for recreation and as a sport, but, more often than ice skating, it can be used as a method of transportation (it is faster than walking).
Someone who skateboards is a skater (or skateboarder or most fully skateboard rider), though the shortest term may also refer to someone ice skating or roller skating.
www.sciencedaily.com /encyclopedia/skateboarding   (7776 words)

  
 Professional revolutionaries - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Professional revolutionaries (also cadre) is in origin a Leninist term used to describe a body of devoted communists who spend the great majority (or all) of their time organizing their party toward proletarian revolution.
This core is usually very small, and as a consequence does not include the vast majority of communist party members in major-policy decisionmaking once assuming state power.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Professional_revolutionaries   (7776 words)

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