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ologist

(ˈɒlədʒɪst)
n
(Education) informal an expert or student in an academic branch of learning
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The climate (forecast) is leaning toward a 65 or 66 percent clear," said David Bishop, a meteor ologist for the National Weather Service.
COAST AUSTRALIA A (BBC2, 8pm) MORE natural wonders from the land Down Under with arche ologist, presenter and shampoo ad model waiting to happen, Neil Oliver.
Tory & Ko jewellers is the brainchild of Wellington women Victoria Taylor, jeweller, designer and gem ologist, and Kirstin O'Brien, from a family of jewellers.
The anesthesi- ologist administered more, and the procedure began.
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ologist Frank Pope and rwater photography to world that lies off our The first progr world of giants th ern seas.
With the help of an archae- ologist, the team filming Escape From Colditz uncovered a maze of secret rooms and tunnels.
Harvard soci ologist Theda Skocpol has suggested in her recent work, Social Policy in the United States, that we turn welfare programs for mothers and dependent children from means tested charity into universal entitlements on the social security model.
D Fleming, MD, State Epidemi ologist, State Health Div, Oregon Dept of Human Resources.
Instead of offshore flow we're getting onshore flow, which brings cooler air inland," said Kirsten Elson, a meteor ologist with the National Weather Service in Portland.
The panel is made up of information expert Christine Gifford; TV producer Katy Jones; ex-Northern Ireland deputy chief constable Paul Leighton; crimin ologist Professor Phil Scraton; ex-associate Department of Health medical director Dr Bill Kirkup; archivist Sarah Tyacke and broadcaster Peter Sissons.