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navigation, sailing, seafaring - fishing - calling, career, profession, vocation - specialisation, specialism, speciality, specialization, specialty - employment, job, labor, labour, toil, work - minister, Secretary, Secretary of State - berth, billet, entry, item, office, place, position, post, situation, spot - apprenticeship - captaincy, captainship, mastery - apprenticeship, housemanship, internship, practical, practical training, training, training period - rulership - stewardship - bookbinding - carpentry, woodcraft, woodwork, woodworking - literature - architecture - medicine, practice of medicine - preventive medicine - alternative medicine - accountancy, accounting - costing - practice - optometry - role - confer with, consult - future, next, succeeding - emeritus - agrarian, agricultural, farming - commanding, ranking, top-level, top-ranking - administer, administrate - assist, attend, attend to, serve, wait on - do, exercise, practice, practise - archepiscopal, archiepiscopal - episcopal, pontifical - professorial - rabbinic, rabbinical - Bench - applied scientist, engineer, technologist - enologist, fermentologist, oenologist - abbess, mother superior, prioress - abbess, abbot, archimandrite - abortionist - accompanist, accompanyist - accountant, auditor, bookkeeper, comptroller, controller, pay clerk - actor, histrion, player, role player, thespian, trouper - adjutant, aide, aide-de-camp - adjutant general - administrator, administratrix, execute, executive - administrator, decision maker - adman, advertiser, advertising agent, advertising executive, advertizer, publicity agent - literary agent - agent provocateur, agitator, instigator, provocateur - agriculturalist, agriculturist, cultivator, grower, nurseryman, planter, raiser - agronomist - alchemist - alpinist - anatomist - anchor, anchorman, anchorperson, anchorwoman, presenter, radiobroadcaster, radiocaster, ringmaster, telecaster - apprentice, learner, prentice, trainee - archdeacon - antiquarian, archaeologist, archeologist - architect, designer, master builder, structural engineer - archivist - archpriest, hierarch, high priest, prelate, primate - army engineer, military engineer - arrowsmith - art director - artilleryman, cannoneer, gunner, machine gunner - illustrator - astrologer, astrologist - astronaut, cosmonaut, spaceman, spacewoman - astronomer, stargazer, uranologist - au pair - auto-mechanic, automobile mechanic, car-mechanic, grease monkey, mechanic - aeronaut, airman, airwoman, aviator, aviatrix, flier, flyer - ayah - baas - baby doctor, paediatrician, pediatrician, pediatrist - baby-minder, babysitter, baby-sitter, child-minder, sitter - bacteriologist - bailiff - ball boy, ball girl - ballerina, danseuse - bullfighter, toreador, torero - picador - torero - baron, big businessman, business leader, king, magnate, mogul, power, top executive, tycoon - barrister - barkeep, barkeeper, barmaid, barman, bartender, mixologist - basileus - batman - beadle, verger - apiarist, apiculturist, beekeeper - bellboy, bellhop, bellman, buttons, page, page boy - biochemist - biologist, life scientist - blacksmith - bo's'n, bo'sun, boatswain, bos'n, bosun - bobby - bookkeeper - bookseller - bootlegger, moonshiner - bouncer, chucker-out - breeder, stockbreeder, stock breeder - bricklayer, mason - brigadier, brigadier general - Brother - administrative official, bureaucrat - burgomaster - busboy, waiter's assistant - businessman, man of affairs - businesswoman - butler, pantryman - calif, caliph, imam, imaum, kalif, kaliph, khalif, khalifah - cameraman, camera operator, cinematographer - campaigner, candidate, nominee - captain, skipper - cardiologist, heart specialist, heart surgeon - bearer, carrier, Carrier, toter - caterer, caterer's, catering company, catering firm - census taker, enumerator - PM, premier, Prime Minister - Chancellor, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Secretary of the Treasury - chaplain - chapman - chartered accountant - CEO, chairman and chief executive officer, chairman and managing director, chief executive officer, chief operating officer - chiropodist, foot doctor, podiatrist - choreographer, dance captain - cleaner - cleaner, dry cleaner - clergyman, man of the cloth, reverend - churchman, clergyman, cleric, divine, ecclesiastic, minister - coal miner, collier, pitman - cobbler, shoemaker - columnist, editorialist, editorial writer - commissar, political commissar - commodore - compositor, setter, typesetter, typographer - concessionaire, concessioner - conductor, director, music director - candymaker, confectioner - connection - consul - chef, chef de cuisine, chief cook, executive chef, head chef, head cook, master chef, master cook - coordinator - coppersmith - copywriter - coroner, court doctor, forensic doctor, medical examiner - Barbary pirate, corsair - artificer, artisan, craftsman, craftswoman, journeyman, tradesman - croupier - conservator, curator, custodian - custodian, keeper, steward - dairymaid, milkmaid - defense contractor - demographer, demographist, population scientist - dental practitioner, dentist, tooth doctor - dermatologist, skin doctor - detective, investigator, police detective, tec - anatomopathologist, diagnostician, pathologist - dietician, dietitian, nutritionist - director, manager, managing director, superintendent - director, theater director, theatre director - disc jockey, disk jockey, dj, jock - distiller - DA, district attorney - double agent - dragoman - drudge, galley slave, navvy, peon - earner, wage earner - ecologist - electrician, lineman, linesman - compiler - engine driver, engineer, locomotive engineer, railroad engineer - ear, nose and throat specialist, ear-nose-and-throat doctor, ENT, ENT man, nose and throat specialist, otolaryngologist, otorhinolaryngologist, rhinolaryngologist - bug-hunter, bugologist, entomologist - ethnographer - ethnologist - etymologist - executioner, public executioner - exporter, exporting - eradicator, exterminator, terminator - farmer, granger, husbandman, sodbuster - blacksmith, farrier, horseshoer - Father, Padre - fellah - filmmaker, film maker, film-maker, film producer, moviemaker, movie maker - finance minister, minister of finance - fire-eater, firefighter, fire fighter, fireman - fish merchant, fishmonger, fishwife - foreign minister, secretary of state - freelance, free lance, free-lance, freelancer, independent, self-employed person - gangster, mobster - bin man, dustbinman, dustman, garbage collector, garbageman, garbage man, refuse collector, sanitation man, sanitation worker - gaucho - gendarme - general officer - family doctor, general practitioner, GP - geographer - geologist - geometer, geometrician - gilder - glass cutter, glass-cutter, glassworker, glazer, glazier - goatherd, goat herder - governor general - grammarian, syntactician - gravedigger - gaoler, jailer, jailor, prison guard, screw, turnkey, warder - gun, gun for hire, gunman, gunslinger, hired assassin, hired gun, hired killer, hitman, hit man, shooter, torpedo, triggerman - gynaecologist, gynecologist, woman's doctor - barber, coiffeur, coiffeuse, hairdresser, hairstylist, styler, stylist - hangman - hatmaker, hatter, milliner, modiste - hauler, haulier - chief, chief of state, headman, head of state - caregiver, health care practitioner, health-care practitioner, health care professional, health-care professional, health care provider, health practitioner, health professional, PCP, primary care provider - drover, herder, herdsman, shepherd - Holy Roman Emperor - horticulturist, plantsman - boniface, host, innkeeper, inn-keeper, landlord - immunologist - importer, importing - footslogger, foot soldier, infantryman, marcher - infielder - decorator, designer, house decorator, interior decorator, interior designer, room decorator - houseman, intern, interne, medical intern, resident - fool, jester, motley fool - book dealer, jobber, middleman, wholesale bookseller, wholesale dealer, wholesaler - judge, jurist, justice, lawyer, magistrate - justice of the peace, magistrate - Kaiser - jack, laborer, labourer, manual laborer, manual worker, workman, workwoman - lama - landscape architect, landscape gardener, landscaper, landscapist - lascar - lasher - bibliothec, librarian - licensed practical nurse, LPN, practical nurse - lieutenant colonel, lieutenant-colonel, light colonel - lieutenant commander - air marshal, lieutenant general - lifeguard, lifesaver - lighthouse keeper - locater, locator - lookout, lookout man, picket, scout, sentinel, sentry, spotter, watch - Lord Chancellor, Lord High Chancellor - mahout - carrier, letter carrier, mail carrier, mailman, mailwoman, postman, postwoman - majordomo, major-domo, seneschal - manicure, manicurist - fashion model, manakin, manikin, mannequin, mannikin, model - man-at-arms - gob, Jack, Jack-tar, mariner, navigator, old salt, rating, sailor, salt, sea dog, seafarer, seaman, tar - mason, stonedresser, stonemason - mercer - midshipman - accoucheuse, midwife - mikado, tenno - chaplain, Holy Joe, military chaplain, padre, sky pilot - dairy girl, dairyman, dairywoman, milkmaid, milkman - collier, miner, mineworker - government minister, minister - funeral director, funeral undertaker, mortician, undertaker, undertaker's assistant - charlatan, mountebank - muadhdhin, muazzin, muezzin - Mollah, Mulla, Mullah - music critic - musketeer - mycologist - mythologist - announcer, broadcaster, linkman, newscaster, newsreader - nurse - accoucheur, accoucheuse, female midwife practitioner, male midwife, male midwife practitioner, midwife, obstetrician - ombudsman - operator - lens maker, optician, spectacle manufacturer - orthodontist - osteopath, osteopathist - rightfielder, right fielder - centerfielder, center fielder - leftfielder, left fielder - Panchen Lama - newsboy, newsgirl, paperboy, papergirl - paramedic, paramedical - parapsychologist - para, paratrooper - Member of Parliament, Parliamentarian - party girl - pacha, pasha - pawnbroker - pencil pusher, penpusher - perfumer - P.O., petty officer, PO, U.S.P.O. - Pharaoh, Pharaoh of Egypt - apothecary, chemist, dispensing chemist, druggist, pharmacist, pill pusher, pill roller - pharmaceutical chemist, pharmacologist - philologist, philologue - lensman, photographer - poet laureate - Bishop of Rome, Catholic Pope, His Holiness, His Sanctity, Holy Father, pontiff, pope, Roman Catholic Pope, Vicar of Christ - porn merchant, pornographer - practician, practitioner - praetor, pretor - prefect - primus - operative, PI, private detective, private eye, private investigator, shamus, sherlock - processor - professional, professional person - car parts dealer, property man, property manager, property master, propman, prop man, props man - bawd, bawdy wench, cocotte, cyprian, fancy woman, harlot, hooker, hustler, lady of pleasure, loose woman, male prostitute, prostitute, sporting lady, tart, tramp, trollop, whore, woman of the street, working girl - assistant provost marshal, mayor, provost - headshrinker, head-shrinker, psychiatrist, shrink - clinical psychologist, psychotherapist - publican, tavern keeper - publiciser, publicist, publicizer - quartermaster general - Queen's Counsel - radiologic technologist - radiologist, radiotherapist, roentgenologist - estate agent, house agent, land agent, real estate agent, real estate broker - rear admiral - registered nurse, RN - fireman, relief pitcher, reliever - fixer, maintenance man, repairer, repairman, service man - restauranter, restauranteur, restaurateur - chief assistant, man Friday, right-hand man - rock star - running back - salesgirl, saleslady, saleswoman - rep, representative, salesman, salesperson, sales rep, sales representative, saleswoman - satrap - guide, pathfinder, pioneer, scout, trailblazer - second baseman, second sacker - 2nd lieutenant, second lieutenant - intelligence agent, intelligence officer, operative, secret agent - Attorney General, United States Attorney General, US Attorney General - Secretary General - seismologist - marketer, seller, trafficker, vender, vendor - sacristan, sexton - cropper, sharecrop farmer, sharecropper - shogun - market keeper, shopkeeper, storekeeper, tradesman - impresario, promoter, showman - signalman - silversmith, silverworker, silver-worker - skivvy, slavey - contrabandist, moon curser, moon-curser, runner, smuggler - caseworker, social worker, welfare officer, welfare worker - specialiser, specialist, specializer - consultant, medical specialist, specialist - spokesman, spokesperson, spokeswoman - interpreter, representative, spokesperson, voice - starting pitcher - actuary, statistician - docker, dockhand, dock-walloper, dockworker, dock worker, loader, longshoreman, lumper, stevedore - flight attendant, steward - air hostess, hostess, stewardess - floozie, floozy, ho, hooker, hustler, slattern, street girl, streetwalker - grand Turk, sultan - supercargo - provider, supplier - tamer - principal, taskmaster, taskmistress - assessor, tax assessor - collector of internal revenue, exciseman, internal revenue agent, tax collector, taxman - animal stuffer, stuffer, taxidermist - lorry driver, lorry-driver, teamster, truck driver, trucker - televangelist - bank clerk, cashier, teller, ticket clerk - acting representative, temp, temporary, temporary worker - test pilot - thatcher - third baseman, third sacker - tight end - sheetmetal worker, tinner, tinsmith - arborist, tree surgeon - audiotypist, typist - guide, usher - loan shark, moneylender, profiteer, shylock, usurer, usuress - verger - doctor, vet, veterinarian, veterinary, veterinary surgeon - vice admiral - vizier - attendant, warden, warder - warlord - warrant officer - laundress, laundrywoman, washerwoman, wash-off, washwoman - horologer, horologist, watchmaker - security guard, watcher, watchman - amah, wetnurse, wet nurse, wet-nurse - wheeler, wheelwright - wing, winger - maker, manufacturer, wright - yardie - zoo keeper - animal scientist, zoologist - office, power[Domaine]

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