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lumper

[′ləm·pər]
(systematics)
A taxonomist who tends to recognize large taxa.
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Its payment platform is designed specifically for Carriers, Shippers and 3PL to send and receive instant lumper fee payments through the MyLumper electronic system.
In the interest of full disclosure, the author of this article would be defined as a lumper. A lumper defines both the unsafe conditions and unsafe behaviors as a near miss with the understanding that any event, however small, can contribute to the development of a knowledge base of what exactly is going on at the work site; working conditions meet big data.
It offers an extensive range of potatoes and keeps at the forefront of consumer trends by regularly introducing new varieties--most recently the Irish Lumper Potato which has not been commercially cultivated since the potato famine of the 1840s.
A conservative historian, Jack Hexter, once argued that what differentiates studies of the past is not method, political alignment, or period studied, but whether or not an author is a 'splitter' or a 'lumper'.
Besides rats, lumper and his militia are assisted by talking earthworms and one small boy who opens doors for them, since the Nightshade exit is inside a room in his house.
Calling himself a 'lumper' rather than a splitter,' he attempts to combine this research into a more integrated whole, centered on this one particular theme.
Summary: French "Spiderman" Alain Robert has been charged with criminal trespass and fined after climbing the Petronas towers in Kuala Lumper.
The authors start with the intention of comparing ways in which for-profit colleges and universities (FPCU) and traditional colleges and universities (TCU) are alike and different, termed "lumper" or "splitter'1 approaches.
olens depending on ones "splitter" or "lumper" tendencies.
He is in the intellectual tradition of a splitter, and not a lumper, in his scholarship.
The lumbering lumper asserts "all abnormal liver tests are anathema!"