lumper


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lumper

[′ləm·pər]
(systematics)
A taxonomist who tends to recognize large taxa.
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But remember, this was a lumper program; we wanted to hear about them all.
The cast includes Kenny Doughty (Sean in Stella) as Gaz, Craig Gazey (Graeme Proctor in Coronation Street) as Lumper, Simon Rouse (DCI Jack Meadows in The Bill) as Gerald and Kieran O'Brien as Guy.
The Smethwick-based engraver, who grew up in Kuala Lumper, in Malaysia, has been honing his self-taught skills for more than 35 years.
In other words, Hooker was a lumper and the colonists were splitters.
lumper or a splitter, but Haidt counts five--harm, fairness,
The crew agreed that if caught in the light, the skipper would put the plane into a spiral dive, and the navigator, a husky wheat and wool lumper from Gulgong, would leap forward to help pull the plane out of the dive when it had escaped the light.
In 1847 Irish people became so dependent on the humble lumper potato that when it failed more than a million people died within two years.
I fall into the lumper camp because performing a single assay is less expensive than performing multiple assays.
Summary: French "Spiderman" Alain Robert has been charged with criminal trespass and fined after climbing the Petronas towers in Kuala Lumper.
LUMPER " This is a sad story because this is the potato the Irish grew almost exclusively when they were hit by the Potato Famine.
on-call roadside maintenance, lumper services, onboard information technologies, etc.