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academist

(əˈkædəmɪst)
n
a person belonging to an academy or society, usually of science, art or literature
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On is part, the Academist Ali Hussein said that there is "a clear defect in power service, including a drop in voltage that reaches housing compounds, thing that caused damage to electrical appliances, in addition to non-commitment to the programmed power cuts system."
rABSTRACTION rules the roost at the Lupton Square Gallery, Honley, where the main attraction is the work of Royal Academist Sandra Blow.
Sabah Riza, an Academist in Baghdad University's Sports Education College told Aswat al-Iraq on Tuesday.
The symposium will assign a suitable space for discussing the topics and the working papers to be presented during the sessions, indicating that more than 120 participants including academists, researchers and experts who are interested in the Omani popular poetry issues from inside and outside the Sultanate, as a large number of popular poets and interested persons were invited to this symposium from the Arabian Gulf states and sisterly Arab states in addition to more than 17 media associations including periodicals, magazines, cultural supplements concerned with the popular poetry in the Arab world, in addition to a number of satellite TV channels specialized in the local cultural issues.
If I accept this group as central to the growth in American music of a continental individuality, I do not by that imply the unimportance of the American academists, descendants of Horatio Parker.