from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An expert accountant.
- n. An ending forming nouns of agent used in connection with abstract nouns in -logy. The formation is mainly English.
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Now, more than two centuries after Paley kicked his stone aside, it has gained an advocate in geo logist Jan Zalasiewicz.
The trouble begins when the neuro logist turns philosopher and tries to use these insights to get closer to "what makes us human."
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"Hopefully everyone has learned to be weather alert when we know a severe weather outbreak is coming," said WAFF Chief Meteoro-logist Brad Travis.
He has drawn many of his notices from places whither the mere genea - logist never travels; and has brought not only history, biography, g-nd anecdote, but all the belles lettres, and
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a rare opportunity has arisen for an events logist ….
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