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  • n. One versed in cetology.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. One versed in cetology.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One versed in cetology.


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  • Later that year Stammwitz and his son, Stuart, began work on the project, their technical advisor being cetologist Francis C. Fraser (1903-1978).

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  • For Priya Roy the cetologist from America the place is initially a research ground but later it provides an opportunity to get rid of her guilt feeling by extending generous support to Fokir ` s widow and his son.

    Reader reviews of The Hungry Tide by Amitav Ghosh.

  • Of course, there’s more, a lot more, and in the next few posts I’d like to introduce a few details that you might not have encountered before … unless, that is, you’re a cetologist, or a close friend of one.

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  • I published on the Curbridge whale in 1997 after seeing a photo of it on a pub wall – I thought it was most likely a Risso’s dolphin (and not a narwhal as was claimed at the time) and later found out that F.C. Fraser, great cetologist of the NHM, had identified it as such in an obscure little article (Anon. 1932).

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