subspecialty

[suhb-spesh-uhl-tee, suhb-spesh-]
noun, plural subspecialties.
a lesser or minor specialty: a cinematographer with a subspecialty of portrait photography.

Origin:
1925–30; sub- + specialty

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But if she had, she could have explored where else she could have worked in her chosen field and hopefully even subspecialty.
But that interest has long since become a specialty, even a subspecialty.
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