- 1) obsolete particularity
- 2) North America That in which one specializes; a chosen expertise or talent.
- 3) A particular or peculiar case.
- 4) law A contract or obligation under seal; a contract by deed; a writing, under seal, given as security for a debt particularly specified.
- 5) Law A contract or agreement that creates a greater obligation than an ordinary contract or agreement because it is executed under seal.
- 6) A special pursuit, occupation, aptitude, or skill.
- 7) A branch of medicine or surgery, such as cardiology or neurosurgery, in which a physician specializes; the field or practice of a specialist.
- 8) An item or product of a distinctive kind or of particular superiority.
- 9) That for which a person is distinguished, in which he is specially versed, or which he makes an object of special attention; a speciality.
- 10) Particularity.
- 11) obsolete A particular or peculiar case.
- 12) (Law) A contract or obligation under seal; a contract by deed; a writing, under seal, given as security for a debt particularly specified.
- 13) a distinguishing trait
- 14) the special line of work you have adopted as your career
- 15) A special or particular matter or thing; something specific or exceptional in character, relation, use, or the like.
- 16) In law, an instrument under seal, containing an express or implied agreement for the payment of money.
- 17) A special product or manufacture; something made in a special manner or form, or especially characteristic of the producer or of the place of production: as, a dealer in specialties; also, an article to which a dealer professes to pay special attention or care, or which is alleged to possess special advantages in regard to quality, quantity, or price: as, fountain-pens a specialty. See the second quotation under speciality, 2.
- 18) A special quality or characteristic; a distinguishing feature; a speciality. See speciality, 1.
- 19) The fact or condition of being special or particular; particularity of origin, cause, use, significance, etc.
- 20) A special employment or pursuit; a distinct occupation or division of duty or interest; that which one does especially, either by choice or by assignment.
- 21) The special or distinctive nature of anything; essence; principle; groundwork.
- 1) chiefly UK That in which one specialises; a chosen expertise or talent.
- 2) An attribute or quality peculiar to a species.
- 3) Special points of consideration; particulars.
- 4) A distinguishing mark or feature.
- 5) Chiefly British A specialty.
- 6) (Law) See Specialty, 3.
- 7) A particular or peculiar case; a particularity.
- 8) The special or peculiar mark or characteristic of a person or thing; that for which a person is specially distinguished; an object of special attention; a special occupation or object of attention; a specialty.
- 9) A special matter or thing; a characteristic or distinctive object, pursuit, diversion, operation, product, or the like; a specialty. See specialty, 6.
- 10) A special characteristic or attribute; a distinctive feature, property, or quality; a condition or circumstance especially distinguishing a class or an individual.
- 1) Suppose that a pharmaceutical company has a subsidiary which produces specialty chemicals.
- 2) The second point is that the specialty skill niche does require a skill that is both unique and different.
- 3) Third, a business occupying a specialty skill niche must constantly work on improving its own skill.
- 4) But within these limitations, the specialty skill niche is a highly advantageous position.
- 5) But once these companies had attained their controlling position in their specialty skill niche, they retained it.
- 6) In recent years this has been more widely recognized and both doctors and nurses have increasingly made a specialty of the care of the aged.
- 7) They have since moved back to the US, where the yeast spread can only be bought from specialty food stores.
- 1) Each one has its own ethnic culture and accompanying array of food specialities.
- 2) The speciality chemicals producer serves a range of industries.
- 3) All the heroes of the day had particular specialities.
- 4) There are certainly quite a number of speciality dishes to try.
- 5) Classes range from regional specialities to comfort food.
- 6) Its clients include speciality chemicals companies and producers of food and drugs ingredients.
- 7) During the day there is also a pool snack bar and at night a stylish gastronomic restaurant offers regional specialities.
- 8) Or there are many speciality restaurants.
- 9) The speciality fish dish is recommended.
- 10) Where to eat Britannia has six speciality cafés and restaurants.
- 11) The third option is bolt-on purchases of makers of speciality food ingredients.
- 12) One speciality is a dish made of goose, kidney beans and other vegetables and meats.
- 13) There are a number of new features on board, including speciality restaurants.
- 14) The seafood platter is the restaurant 's speciality.
- 15) These shows have a large following, which has been enhanced by the growing interest in regional food specialities.
- 16) The house speciality is absinthe.
- 17) The most common dishes are those prepared from chicken, but for a speciality dish in this field watch out for roast duck.
- 18) Once, their core skill was a speciality; now it is being mastered by the masses.
- 19) Try the house speciality, salt and pepper deep fried squid - divine.
- 20) The Imperial gourmet restaurant features foie gras specialities; spa treatments include a body soufflé and a mango and mint facial.
- 21) The range of fancy sandwiches, soups and salads is fantastic, but save room for the house speciality pound cake.
- 22) Thanks to the efforts of the telly chefs, more and more of us want fine dining, locally sourced products and seasonal specialities.
- 23) Especially lobster rolls, which I had heard were the speciality of the house.
- 24) With operations across the globe, the company makes and distributes food packaging, plastic containers and speciality products such as litter and recycling bins.
- 25) As well as local channels, it could help those who want to broadcast on speciality subjects like cooking and fitness, where viewers can interact and ask questions.
- 26) ‘Such thinkers rarely wish to venture outside their speciality, and rarely wish to comment on large-scale issues.’
- 27) ‘New workers were and still are assigned randomly to different specialities.’
- 28) ‘‘Ice wine’ is a speciality of these parts.’
- 29) ‘The management of pain is the speciality of Dr Andrew Lawson.’
- 30) ‘Desultory talk is a speciality of mine’
- 31) ‘Cleaning and tidying was not her speciality.’
- 32) ‘Keeping people at arm's length was my speciality.’
- 33) ‘Its speciality is coffee mugs with the stamp ‘Bone Tibet’.’
- 34) ‘One speciality of Nurnberg craftsmen was metalworking.’
- 35) ‘A speciality of Ma Li is the so-called woodblock reduction technique that he and other artists developed in Yunnan.’
- 36) ‘The third speciality of the artist were landscapes prints.’
- 37) ‘He has won medals in both the 100m and 200m, but his speciality is the 200m.’
- 38) ‘In several countries, nuns are recognized as making excellent pastries; many convents produce sought-after specialities.’
- 39) ‘One of the company's key concerns is the promotion of regional specialities that are in danger of extinction.’
- 40) ‘Local specialities include pasta stuffed with rice and spinach.’
- 41) ‘The most common grape varieties are local specialities.’
- 42) ‘Whole roast pig is a speciality of the region.’
- 43) ‘Cheese steak is the Philadelphia speciality.’
- 44) ‘Guests are always keen to try local specialities, so there is some pressure to offer local dishes too.’
- 45) ‘Nanjing even has a speciality vegetarian restaurant.’
- 46) ‘This local speciality was prepared for us, by a Seychellois friend of our host.’
- 47) ‘Throughout their huge selection, authenticity and simplicity govern to produce delicious Thai and Laotian specialities.’
- 48) ‘You can buy small bottles of aromatic oils from speciality shops.’
- 49) ‘Ryan sources most of the stock, travelling to food fairs and meeting speciality food companies.’
- 50) ‘West End theatres used to run revues or present speciality acts like an American singer surrounded by dancers and back-up acts.’
- 51) ‘With charges for speciality services steadily rising, healthcare moves out of the reach of the common man.’
- 52) ‘There were more than a handful of sports speciality channels.’
- 53) ‘A short stroll along memory lane reveals an interesting range of speciality shops including antiques, art and craft, gift shops and galleries.’
- 54) ‘It is the largest British speciality card retailer.’
- 55) ‘The shop employs a staff of 3 people, and according to Mrs Thiemann, is the only such speciality shop in the country.’
- 56) ‘Amenities in Delgany village include schools and speciality shops.’
- 57) ‘A shopping centre is to be built on the main street, and this will also incorporate restaurants and speciality shops.’
- 58) ‘The hospital, which opened its doors in 1995, runs a number of speciality clinics.’
- 59) ‘The other industries with good growth rates are speciality chemicals with 42% and even computer hardware at 37%.’
- 60) ‘They now hope to branch out into salons and speciality stores.’
- 61) ‘speciality herbs and ingredients for Thai cuisine is grown in the hotel gardens.’
- 62) ‘The waterside area is now home to numerous restaurants, boutiques and speciality shops.’
- 63) ‘Designer clothing would be an example of a speciality good.’
- 64) ‘I appreciated the juicy, freshly cut limes, attentive service and some of the speciality items on the menu.’
- 65) ‘For dining and entertainment, the property will offer five options including a casual and a speciality restaurant, a lobby lounge and three bars.’
- 66) ‘A speciality machine shop can turn the inside of a titanium ring to make it bigger but cost wise it might be cheaper to buy a new one.’
- 67) ‘I handed each of them a glass of apple juice and a bowl of my speciality trail mix.’
- 68) ‘His specialty is oncology - working with children with cancer.’
- 69) ‘My specialty is immunology, and I was involved in some of the early descriptions of AIDS.’
- 70) ‘Orthodontics, the oldest speciality in dentistry, enhances the appearance and health of one's teeth.’