- crunch + -er (Wiktionary)
“Wayne Rooney has cranked up the tension ahead of tomorrow's title cruncher by revealing: I hate Liverpool.”
“I work as a University number cruncher, which is not my passion but does me just fine for now.”
“But even then, I remember I had a little Apple IIe and Wordstar (which, sadly, Vin STILL uses as his word cruncher of choice).”
“I am an uninspired number cruncher and that Venn diagram is not used in the way I expect it to convey information about gnats intersecting with my teeth!”
“For Greenspan was not a mere technician or a number cruncher.”
“Ben, for all his many flaws (and they ARE many), is a superb number-cruncher who knows the normal partisan leans of precincts across the county, and I'll remain pessimistic unless and until we KNOW Marsden has won.”
“He was a devout Catholic, but he also was a practical, cautious guy -- a number cruncher -- and the idea of giving up a job that suited him so well for one so different seemed a little crazy.”
“FiveThirtyEight. com is the best number-cruncher out there.”
“An aide handed Nahda politburo member Said Ferjani a memo from a party number cruncher who predicted the party would win 50% to 55% of seats in the incoming assembly.”
“WASHINGTON—On Monday, Congress's non-partisan number cruncher released an 11-page report describing how the newly minted debt-ceiling deal would cut the deficit by at least $2.1 trillion.”
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