- n. Plural form of studier.
“Just like everything else, you have to consider the PURPOSE of the study, ie, the pre-conceived conclusion the "studiers" want to promote.”
“Â Meals are the perfect time to catch up with fellow studiers -- after all, everyone has to eat!”
“Meals are the perfect time to catch up with fellow studiers -- after all, everyone has to eat!”
“Do you concentrate on the seven who know how to read, try your best to make passionate readers and serious studiers -- bona fide college material -- out of them?”
“Will this be the dividing factor between disposable-income-collectors and avid studiers who collect only after much thought and gallery-hopping?”
“ A large green canopy above sheltered the few studiers and paper browsers from a light rain that fell continuously through the sunlight.”
“I never generalized and imagined these destructive groups defined socialism, but it was easy to focus on my feminist work and leave the Marxist study groups to the Marxist studiers.”
“Medical school admissions, though the MCAT and undergrad scores, screen for hyper-studiers who are very ambitious.”
“Maybe I'll also write it out in romaji for non-Japanese studiers, that means writing it out in roman letters--the letters of our alphabet--so you can read it even if you don't read Japanese.”
“They were great studiers of the world around them.”
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