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- n. Someone who works with radiography.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who makes pictures by means of X-rays or who studies the action of such rays by the photographic method.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who makes radiographs
In Florida, radiographer Jason Smith is also working, but his hours have been cut and now he's facing foreclosure.
Maybe it's Cindy, the businesslike Mom and head-screwed-on radiographer, who is the one who needs to wake up to her own self-generated dissatisfaction.
Cindy, meanwhile, has missed her chance of becoming a doctor and has had to make do as a radiographer.
And a radiographer works in the NHS from the age of 23 and retires at 68.
In 1971, Pauline left Romford for Lancaster Polytechnic now Coventry University, to study science before training as a radiographer in Coventry.
It was a puzzle contraption, and it was empty apart from what the radiographer identified as fragments of bone, wrapped in what appeared to be wire, each wire connected in turn to the locks on the boxes.
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