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scientist

[′sī·ən·tist]
(science and technology)
A person having the training, ability, and desire to seek new knowledge, new principles, and new materials in some field of science.

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As a learned person who discovers, invents, and develops new ideas, the scientist represents experimentation and invention. In the popular mind, the scientist also symbolizes eccentricity and absentmindedness.

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came to England, and there the officers and the scientists, filled with compassion for the pitiful wreck of a man they had rescued from the jungles, furnished Paulvitch with funds and bid him and his Ajax Godspeed.
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An astronomer is a scientist who studies the planets and the stars.
Another scientist similarly commented that she like working with teachers because they challenged her with questions about the relevance of the research or monitoring work: "...
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This one will be an asteroid "with our name on it," in the words of David Morrison, a scientist at the NASA Ames Research Center and one member of a small community of astronomers, physicists, engineers, and other scientists who think a lot about such an unthinkable event.
A scientist studying hearing at the University of California at San Francisco is now suffering what Blakemore has endured for years.
Probing is investigative in nature and takes place outside of the scientist's core knowledge domain.

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