mechanician


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mechanician

(ˌmɛkəˈnɪʃən) or

mechanist

n
1. (Professions) a person skilled in making machinery and tools; technician
2. (Mechanical Engineering) a person skilled in making machinery and tools; technician
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The mechanician came when I was away; I haven't seen him yet," he said, not looking at her.
The Yankees, the first mechanicians in the world, are engineers-- just as the Italians are musicians and the Germans metaphysicians-- by right of birth.
Mechanicians, natural philosophers, soldiers, sailors, petitioners, memorialists, people with grievances, people who wanted to prevent grievances, people who wanted to redress grievances, jobbing people, jobbed people, people who couldn't get rewarded for merit, and people who couldn't get punished for demerit, were all indiscriminately tucked up under the foolscap paper of the Circumlocution Office.
Aside from this he hasn't a pennyworth of feeling or taste; in a word he is a mechanician.
Except for the stretch to get a mechanism for the nonlocality, the orthodox quantum mechanician is happy and vindicated.
Belytschko is a world renowned computational mechanician whose innovative and fundamental contributions to solid mechanics have enabled the solution of previously intractable problems and inspired new directions of research.
and the Mechanician in Early Modern Britain," Renaissance Drama
Let it not be forgotten," the quintessential mechanician, Sidney Webb, said, "that what we are in pursuit of is not the better housing, feeding and clothing of the people except as a means to an end--the development of individual character.
As the work was "black" (a mechanician in a university workshop did it after working hours and I paid him "in the hand"), the apparatus was built predominantly over the weekend and cost 12,000 Shillings (USD 1000.
most recently worked as principal lab mechanician in the department of
Gver the following thirty years a number of professional astronomers--from the great celestial mechanician Forest Ray Moulton to one of the pioneers of photoelectric photometry, Charles M.
The clock had originally been given to the astronomer and mechanician, James Ferguson, by the clockmaker Thomas Mudge, and when Ferguson's effects were sold, Peckett obtained it in 1777.