Definitions

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  • n. A student of biology; one versed in the science of biology.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A student of biology; one versed in the science of biology.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One skilled in, or a student of, biology.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. (biology) a scientist who studies living organisms

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Examples

  • Sean B. Carroll the biologist is the one who wrote the review of Behe's book, Edge of Evolution.

    Blogginheads Controversy

  • May 18th, 2010 at 3: 51 pm oh Joe, if you think being a biologist is a necessity for commentary, then by all means self-censor.

    Blast From the Past

  • And my point as a as a biologist is any fool can help save it.

    A Promise

  • An armchair wildlife biologist is just as ignorant as an armchair quarterback.

    Wisconsin Senator Demands Firing of State Deer Managers

  • The wildlife biologist is the government's point man for drafting and executing policies to eradicate avian threats from the friendly skies.

    Bird hit man loves his human-life-saving job

  • • Bird hit man Michael J. Begier loves his human-life-saving job: Michael J. Begier wildlife biologist is the government's point man for drafting and executing policies to eradicate avian threats from the friendly skies.

    What if the Postal Service runs out of money?

  • A biologist is surveying King Island (off Tasmania) for red hairy snails after recent fires.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • One such biologist is a Canadian, Johnstone, who identifies totally with the wolves, giving them names and ascribing a personality to each, feeding rabbits to the one that is too old and toothless to kill his own prey.

    Media

  • The inspiration of the poet, of the painter, of the economist, and biologist, is in the revelation which they receive of what to do and why to do.

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • Dr. Richard Snyder, a biologist from the University of West Florida, is leading a team that continues taking samples to search out the lingering signs of oil, whether contaminating tiny sea life or hidden in layers deep under the coastline.

    Gulf Oil Spill Crude Remains Beneath The Sand 6 Months Later (VIDEO)

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