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Awarded or in possession of credentials.‘impeccably credentialed professionals’
- ‘Programs owned by state and local governments were 6% more likely to employ these higher credentialed staff than nonprofit programs.’
- ‘They believe that life on earth was bioengineered by aliens and they have followers all over the world, including many genuine credentialed scientists.’
- ‘With this well credentialed cast, I expected a little more in the way of acting, but found most of it rather unexciting with very little differences between emotions.’
- ‘Every side with an interest in this question draws on its own bank of experts, credentialed researchers, and files full of studies.’
- ‘There, for the ‘reduced’ fee of $75, I was to get, within three days, a credentialed psychotherapist's response to a sex-related question.’
- ‘Before the holiday weekend is over, I will do a final post on last week's convention and my role there as a credentialed blogger.’
- ‘And it's no better to lose your hard-earned money to a credentialed huckster than to an out-and-out con man.’
- ‘It represents the brick and mortar essentials for a successful surgical procedure: credentialed staff, technology, a surgical suite, and mechanisms to maintain asepsis.’
- ‘The third-party inspections were to be done by a group of credentialed inspectors.’
- ‘The first sentence of the preface identifies the intended audience of this book as pre-service teachers, credentialed instructors, and other readers interested in the structure and functions of English.’
- ‘Despite their credentialed heft, the panelists quickly resorted to high-minded drivel.’
- ‘I was a credentialed member of the media the whole week.’
- ‘There are probably groups out there with more credentialed talent.’
- ‘He exists solely as a credentialed source for anti-global warming propaganda.’
- ‘Of the 97 credentialed writers at the Mariners camp during spring training, 80 were Japanese.’
- ‘What you want is a credentialed sports psychologist or psychotherapist who also works with hypnosis.’
- ‘In regions with competitive markets for lawyers, the men and women who choose jobs as prosecutors tend to be better credentialed than those in uncompetitive markets.’
- ‘These variously credentialed business advisers work with corporate HR offices for weeks or months to inculcate a philosophical message that they believe will change the fabric of a company.’
- ‘Since personal property appraisers are not currently regulated by state or federal government agencies, consumers are turning to trained and credentialed appraisers.’
- ‘He used a credentialed source to back up a certain claim.’
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