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  • noun Plural form of astrologist.

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Examples

  • No sooner had the dust cloud spread a momentary fog around the radiant young man -- like a hurricane eclipse of the sun -- than he darted into the narrow and dark hallway of an old-fashioned office building devoted to theatrical agencies, all-night lawyers, and "astrologists," and started up the stairs.

    The Gay Rebellion

  • That's inconsequential, apparently, but making reference to Nancy Reagan's bizarre habit of consulting "astrologists" is a high crime.

    AroundTheCapitol.com

  • No matter that the astronomy instructor who started it all in a weekend newspaper interview said it was an old story – very old; 2,000 years old, actually – and that astrologists were insisting it wouldn't change a thing.

    Minnesota Prof Stunned By Response To New Astrological Dates

  • There are parts of economics that would give palm readers and astrologists a bad name — in particular, modern macroeconomics, of course, i.e., the experts who should know all about the effects of deficit spending but never have figured itout.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Starve the Beast:

  • No matter that the astronomy instructor who started it all in a weekend newspaper interview said it was an old story – very old; 2,000 years old, actually – and that astrologists were insisting it wouldn't change a thing.

    Minnesota Prof Stunned By Response To New Astrological Dates

  • No, that's not the prediction of some political pundit, but rather the word from the stars based on the latest astrological reading of Bob Marks, one of New York City's leading astrologists.

    Dan Dorfman: Stars Signal More Political Uheaval

  • The cup is decorated with astral figures that evoke scientific thinking in the early medieval period by Western and Eastern astrologists.

    Revolutionary Writings

  • Whenever the story comes up, astrologists have to rush to calm their clients' fears, telling them that there are two distinct brands of astrology: the sidereal variety that does take the position of the stars into account, and the tropical variety.

    The Great Zodiac Revolution of 2011 (Follow-up post -- you had to see this coming)

  • Apperently a bid by astrologists to get a share of the tax increase narrowly failed.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » In Case You Didn’t Already Know that California has Lost It

  • No, that's not the prediction of some political pundit, but rather the word from the stars based on the latest astrological reading of Bob Marks, one of New York City's leading astrologists.

    Dan Dorfman: Stars Signal More Political Uheaval

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