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 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.
The mechanician came when I was away; I haven't seen him yet," he said, not looking at her.
Munther Al-Khatab, an owner of car maintenance workshop, said: "Saudi mechanicians have proven over the past four years their commitment and serious work.
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Mechanicians without college education included 18 percent of all innovators and 57 percent of innovators without a college education.
In this volume of proceedings, physicists, chemists, materials scientists, and mechanicians deal with a wide variety of applications of multifunctional materials.
Around 200 elevator attendants and mechanicians went on strike demanding pay increase.
Only gradually, in the ensuing decades, did celestial mechanicians come to realize that this was a gross overestimate; Pluto's bulk is actually less than 1% of Earth's.
Seventeen applicants became officers, 48 received enlisted rank, and 5 became aviator mechanicians.
In October, a New York Times editorial said: "The flying machine which will really fly might be evolved by the combined and continuous efforts of mathematicians and mechanicians in from one million to 10 million years.