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pundit

1. (formerly) a learned person
2. a Brahman learned in Sanskrit and, esp in Hindu religion, philosophy or law

pundit

An expert or knowledgeable person. From "pandit" in Hindi. See guru.
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WHEN it comes to picking football pundits you have to give Sky Sports a pat on the back.
The five regional winners will then attend a boot camp with talkSPORT's chief pundit Mark Saggers where the People's Pundit will be crowned.
euro]is week, ex-Liverpool greats, Sky Sports pundits Jamie Carragher and Graeme Souness, took Chelsea to task as the London side exited the Champions League.
During the visit, the JI delegation met with the Hindu pundits Prem Chand, Sajan, Ashok Kumar, Bhagwan Das and Mohan Sadhu and congratulated them on Diwali.
In comparison with the existing Pundit Lab(+), the Pundit PL-200 provides an extended range of measurement modes and superior features for on-site testing: Assessing the concrete uniformity using standard A-Scans and the new Line Scan functionality, estimating the compressive strength of concrete or measuring the surface velocity and the depth of perpendicular cracks.
Academics--especially PhDs--are "natural" pundits because they are so educated.
The first time you nominate a pundit, you will be automatically entered in a drawing for a Kindle.
Now a Sky TV pundit, Redknapp went on to wed singerturned-TV star Louise Nurding, 36.
The pundits seemed to have a pretty consistent view regarding John Terry and the captaincy of England.
Now, only six Kashmiri pundit families dwell in the area.
Would you care to retain me as your own personal consulting pundit at a special introductory rate?
The Peritus Pundit gives you the opportunity to compete against a national audience of political enthusiasts in picking the next President of the United States.