pyrotechnist


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py·ro·tech·nics

 (pī′rə-tĕk′nĭks)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
1. The art of manufacturing or setting off fireworks. Also called pyrotechny.
2. A fireworks display.
3. A brilliant display, as of rhetoric or wit, or of virtuosity in the performing arts.

py′ro·tech′nist n.

pyrotechnist

(ˌpaɪərəʊˈtɛknɪst)
n
(Chemistry) a person who makes fireworks
References in classic literature ?
The little Princess had never seen a firework in her life, so the King had given orders that the Royal Pyrotechnist should be in attendance on the day of her marriage.
So at the end of the King's garden a great stand had been set up, and as soon as the Royal Pyrotechnist had put everything in its proper place, the fireworks began to talk to each other.
Then ten o'clock struck, and then eleven, and then twelve, and at the last stroke of midnight every one came out on the terrace, and the King sent for the Royal Pyrotechnist.
Let the fireworks begin," said the King; and the Royal Pyrotechnist made a low bow, and marched down to the end of the garden.
piles I = 100 m, during construction measures Pyrotechnist approximately 34 days.
Pyrotechnist Kyle Ramsay sets a 3-inch mortar rack between 4-inch mortar batteries for tonight's fireworks show at Springfield's Island Park.