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  • n. A person who studies dynamics.

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Examples

  • It's just that my own approach is ... "dynamicist" rather than structuralist, which means I do have some sympathy for deconstructivist and post-structuralist approaches, I guess.

    Notes Toward a Theory of Narrative Modality

  • Each square metre of this totally unremarkable watercourse, is worthy of its own treatise; each unit area deserves its own magnus opus from a fluid dynamicist.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • To some extent, I suspect my dynamicist stance is maybe a deliberate counterbalance to a natural structuralist tendency.

    A Theory of Modes and Modalities

  • Jean, lenny is a nonlinear dynamicist by training, he works on a bunch of different things including brain waves in epileptics or something like that and also economics.

    Bill Gray Presentation « Climate Audit

  • The moons were first seen by Dr. Sebastien Charnoz, a planetary dynamicist working with Dr. Andre Brahic, imaging team member at the University of Paris.

    baby geeks and moons « Ewan's Corner

  • We don't see him behind the wheel of the slick electric vehicle, but vehicle dynamicist Tesla-speak for test driver Graham Sutherland sings the car's praises in the

    Wired Top Stories

  • In the first accurate assessment of the impact of the treaty, Macquarie University climate dynamicist Murry Salby and his colleague Lilia Deschamps from the Bureau of Meteorology found that the ozone layer was about 10 per cent along the road to recovery.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • Raymond Pierrehumbert, a climate dynamicist at the University of Chicago, kindly offered to write a guest editorial to further clarify what we do and don't know about tropical glacier retreat.

    RealClimate

  • "What happens to these droplets depends on their size," said fluid dynamicist Bakhtier Farouk of Drexel University in Philadelphia.

    Livescience.com

  • (Stock photo / Mark Interrante) With the aid of a digital flow-tracking technology, fluid dynamicist Timothy Wei and his colleagues have, for the first time, directly addressed Gray's paradox -- and proven it wrong.

    HappyNews - Top Stories

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