studier

studier

(ˈstʌdɪə)
n
(Education) someone who studies
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I did not know before," continued Bingley immediately, "that your were a studier of character.
On the other hand Michael Stephens, a studier of Saudi Arabian affairs at the Royal United Services Institute in London believes that the move Crown Prince Mohammed made was a more refined way of making sure there will not be challenges to his power.
He's a people studier, and that's probably what he enjoys about the job.
5[degrees]C in a chamber they died within 30 min (O'Farrell and Studier 1970).
I'm a studier of botany," says Turner, who was an artist-in-residence at S.
The roughly even sex ratios we found among flying young agrees with information from the literature (O'Farrell and Studier, 1975) although some bats apparently alter sex ratios in certain circumstances (Barclay, 2012).
thysanodes (O'Farrell and Studier, 1973), the length of time on the floor is directly related to level of risk.
The method used for the protein extraction was that of Laemmli (1970) as modified by Studier (1973), one gm ground in mortar with two ml extraction buffer (20 mL of 10% SDS, 10 mL glycerol, 6 mL of 1 Mtris and 0.
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