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logician

a person who specializes in or is skilled at logic
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Martin Gardner, himself a renowned math puzzler, compared Professor Smullyan to the Oxford logician Charles Dodgson, who also was an author better known by his pen name, Lewis Carroll.
Arabic logicians were content with writing glosses.
ROUGHT DOWNAd Hoc 27th; Struggles Glory 1st; Logician 1st.
1st: Marlborough, Paris Pike, Inn At The Top, Wicked Crack, Goguenard, Carryonharry, Red Ark (ur), Struggles Glory (bd), Logician (bd)
MARK BRADBURNE, flying the flag for Scotland in the weighing room, is hoping for a change of luck in the National on long-shot Logician.
LOGICIAN is napped to gain a well-deserved victory in the PML Handicap Chase at Ascot today.
Principal danger could be the ex-Australian chaser Logician, who has been brought over here with the intention of being aimed at the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
Moments after the laboratory results are sent, care providers can access the results within Logician, Medscape's full-featured EMR, where they can be reviewed within a patient's complete medical record.
LOGICIAN, who came from Australia with hopes of winning the Tote Cheltenham Gold Cup, got off the mark at Bangor.
Gold Cup hopes Legal Right and Logician are both in the Mildmay Of Flete, with Royal & SunAlliance Chase fancy Behrajan and Martell Grand National candidate Beau in the William Hill.
OHSU, which has 420 hospital beds and manages about 450,000 ambulatory patient visits per year, will first install Logician in three pilot clinics, then follow with a rollout to all OHSU ambulatory clinics over the next 18 months.
Since MedicaLogic's Logician Internet was only recently released, usage numbers are not available.