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- adj. Of or pertaining to the scientific method.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Scientific.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as scientific.
Now, if someone had asked me on that day, are you having any kind of scientifical relations with Mr. Wang, that is, asked me a question in the present tense, I would have said no.
"scientifical" deniers of the evidences right in front of your snot-packed NOSES that the WORLDWIDE FLUD of Naoh can explain all of geologgy BETTER than your so-called athiest materialist naturalist "Science" which you all buy into because of your unquestioning hero-woirship of Darwinianisticalismists like Hitler and P >
It may appear very strange, that a disciple of Albertus Magnus should arise in the eighteenth century; but our family was not scientifical, and I had not attended any of the lectures given at the schools of Geneva.
Maria Fischer's "Traumgedanken" book is a collection of "literary, philosophical, psychological and scientifical texts" about dreams.
Traumgedanken book is a collection of literary, philosophical, psychological and scientifical texts about dreams.
Thought Provoker is a little ruffled that there's a non-science specific thread on the front page [Lying to Advance a Cause], so I thought I'd post something genuinely scientifical that some here might be interested in.
With ten shots of Jack D in her belly, she was convinced that her scientifical mind could read tracks and deduce a corresponding fight.
When she grappled with the question of what it was, her sharply honed scientifical mind deduced one answer: manbearpig.
They cannot accept that something so scientifical actually works, and doesn't melt, blow up, etc.
Yesterday's reading was all scientifical: From Science (11 July 2008), "A Positive Test of East Antarctica-Laurentia Juxtaposition With the Rodina Supercontinent," and from the new Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology (which I could finally get to, having finished the June issue), "New protocetid whales from Alabama and Mississippi, and a new Cetacean clan, Pelagiceti."
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