Notebook, 1993-



Something in which one specializes . . . . A distinctive mark or quality . . . . A distinction . . . .

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Specialty n, pl -ties [ME specialte, fr. MF especialté, fr. LL specialitat-, specialitas, fr. L specialis special] [15c] 1: a distinctive mark or quality 2a: a special object or class of objects: as [1] a legal agreement embodied in a sealed instrument [2]: a product of a special kind or of special excellence [fried chicken is my __] b: the state of being special, distinctive, or peculiar 3: something in which one specializes [Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 10th Edition. Springfield, MA, USA: Merriam-Webster, Inc. 1995.]



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