Geographic knowledge increases through travel and language proficiency, among other factors.
Our sharpshooters have taken firearms safety courses and regularly qualify with the weapon proficiency.
Artists tended to aim for a popular audience with as much technical proficiency as possible.
He still retains a pretty high level of mechanical and technical proficiency.
Handedness reflects our brain's bilateral organization, which goes hand-in-hand with our proficiency with language.
If true, that would mean they possessed general proficiency with firearms but no military experience.
The result is a proficiency that leaves the lasting impression of vanishing ink.
The new version will also ask for more-detailed information about language proficiency.
We provide immediate feedback on proficiency and give step-by-step explanations of every problem.
Additional consideration will be given to applicants with proficiency in a foreign language.
Word Origin and History for proficiency
1540s, probably from -cy + Latin proficientem (nominative proficiens), present participle of proficere "accomplish, make progress; be useful, do good; have success, profit," from pro- "forward" (see pro-) + root of facere "to make" (see factitious).