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  • noun Plural form of academician.

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Examples

  • The tyrrany of language academicians is a constant thorn in the side of those who wish to communicate.

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  • Well I would have to refer to the academicians too.

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  • Well I would have to refer to the academicians too.

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  • Well I would have to refer to the academicians too.

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  • " Workers often called the academicians, "Genosse Herr Doktor.

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  • It would be useful to people such as academicians, researchers and investors, or anyone wanting to find information on disinvestment of PSUs in India.

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  • Norman also differed from the French of Paris later to evolve—and to be prodded, reassembled, and rationalized by French academicians—into Modern French.

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  • As a result of its academy-free status, English took a very different path from French, which, at least in France, has for nearly four hundred years been a language harnessed to some extent by the determinations of its academicians.

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  • Norman also differed from the French of Paris later to evolve—and to be prodded, reassembled, and rationalized by French academicians—into Modern French.

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  • As a result of its academy-free status, English took a very different path from French, which, at least in France, has for nearly four hundred years been a language harnessed to some extent by the determinations of its academicians.

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