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This tag is for questions about correctly using a word. The word has to be provided within the question. The question should be limited to the usage of one word. For the usage of complete phrases there is the tag phrase-usage.

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I've seen the terms "Software assurance practitioner" and "Safety assurance practitioner" used in internal documents at work to describe the class of people performing those functions. It was a sample …
answered Oct 4 '18 by Paul Johnson
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Possibly a little dated, but "a man about town" could be used.
answered Apr 30 '16 by Paul Johnson